Stockhausen, Steven Schick, James Avery , red fish blue fish - Complete Early Percussion Works mp3 flac
Percussion – Steven SchickPiano, Percussion – James Avery (2). 35:00. 2-1. Zyklus (For A Percussionist). Percussion – Steven Schick. On spine: Stockhausen: Complete Early Percussion Works Avery, red fish blue fish, Schick On CD1: Stockhausen Refrain Schlagtrio Kontakte Steven Schick, James Avery, red fish blue fish On CD2: Stockhausen Zyklus Mikrophonie Steven Schick, red fish blue fish On back: Karlheinz Stockhausen (1928-2007) Complete Early Percussion Works Steven Schick, percussion & director.
Album · 2014 · 5 Songs. Refrain, Work No. 11. Pavlos Antoniadis, James Avery & Steven Schick. 2. Schlagtrio, Work No. 1/3. Katalin Lukács, Justin Dehart & Fabio Oliveira. Mikrophonie I, Work No. 15. Red Fish Blue Fish. 5 Songs, 1 Hour 43 Minutes. Released: Oct 14, 2014. More By Steven Schick.
Kontakte, for piano, percussion & 4-channel tape. Karlheinz Stockhausen. James Avery, Red Fish Blue Fish, Steven Schick. blue highlight denotes track pick.
red fish blue fish it’s very clean and clear. fine performances and recording. Stockhausen’s early percussion music is among the most visionary of the percussion repertoire. This unique collection features some works which are almost impossible to find elsewhere. Zyklus' was not only a novel composition in terms of its treatment of time and structure, it was also the first percussion solo ever performed. percussionist Steven Schick here directs an appropriately permuated ensemble in a set of crisp performances that lend the works a newly minted aspect.
In these two works Stockhausen finally escapes the tonal/atonal quandary (Stravinsky, or Schoenberg? et. by sculpting largely un-pitched sounds, and the resulting landscapes are astounding. Mr Shick tends to dominate, but okay, he's always interesting
Steven Schick, percussion James Avery, piano; Red Fish, Blue Fish (Ross Karre, Justin DeHart, Matthew Jenkins, Fabio Oliveira, Jonathan Hepfer, Gregory Stuart). CD recording, digital: 2 sound discs, stereo. Stockhausen: Complete Early Percussion Works. Steven Schick, James Avery, Red Fish Blue Fish. DVD recording, region 0, NTSC, Dolby . surround/DTS . surround, aspect ratio 16:9, color.
Complete Early Percussion Works - 2 hs. 21 Mi. Refrain; Schlagtrio; Kontakte; Zyklus; Mikrophonie; played by Steven Schick, Pavlos Antoniadis, James Avery, Katalin Lukacs. Zyklus was not only a novel composition in terms of its treatment of time and structure, it was also the first percussion solo ever performed. Kontakte, a masterpiece for piano and percussion with 4-channel tape, challenges to performers to play together and to make the maximum number of contacts with the tape. DVD BONUS: 3 interviews with Schick on the music: – on Zyklus – with James Avery on Kontakte – with red fish blue fish on Mikrophonie. Browse this category: DVDs P-Z. Contact.
KARLHEINZ STOCKHAUSEN COMPLETE EARLY PERCUSSION WORKS mode records, mode 274/5 (S Schick, J Avery). Article in Neue Zeitschrift fur Musik · January 2015 with 2 Reads. Cite this publication. 7. Do you want to read the rest of this article? Request full-text.
|Schlagtrio (For Piano & 2 Timpanists)||16:08|
|Kontakte (For Piano, Percussion & 4-channel Tape)||35:00|
|Zyklus (For A Percussionist)||10:30|
|Mikrophonie (For Tamtam, 2 Microphones, 2 Filters, And Controllers)||31:34|
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