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11. radiOM.org - Morning Concert The Music of David Cope (Jun. 23, 1978) [2.925% Popularity: 0.00000]
Morning Concert: The Music of David Cope (Jun. 23, 1978) Listen Item Type: Sound Recording Duration: 149 min Event Type: Interview and Music Program Origin: KPFA In a program recorded on June 23, 1978, Charles Amirkhanian interviews San Francisco born composer David Cope. Born in 1941, Cope was at the time of this recording, a member of the faculty of Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, but was for one year only teaching at the University of California at Santa Cruz. He is the author of “New Directions in Music,” “New Music Composition,” and “New Music Notation,” in which he sets out to catalogue new music notation in an attempt to codify or standardize the growing number of innovative notation schemes. This program features an interview with Cope in which he describes his recent projects and defends the Midwestern music scene, citing composers John Marshall, Walter Mays, and pioneering American avant-garde composer John J. Becker as examples of Midwestern excellence. Also heard in this program are performances...
12. radiOM.org - Morning Concert An Interview with John Adams, Feb. 1990 [2.925% Popularity: 0.00000]
Morning Concert: An Interview with John Adams, Feb. 1990 Listen Item Type: Sound Recording Duration: 66 min Event Type: Interview and Music Program Origin: KPFA From a program recorded in February 1990, Charles Amirkhanian talks with composer John Adams about his music, including his two orchestral works, “The Wound-Dresser” and “Fearful Symmetries.” The composer of the opera “Nixon in China” also delivers a progress report on his next opera, “The Death of Klinghoffer”, as well as discussing his affinity for working with small orchestras, and other sundry topics. Born in Worcester, Mass on February 15, 1947, Adams celebrated his 43rd birthday the week of this recorded broadcast. (from KPFA Folio) Musical Selections: Nixon in China: News Has a Kind of Mystery (1985-87) (6:34) -- The Wound-Dresser [text by Walt Whitman] (1988) (18:40) Performers: James Maddalena, baritone (Nixon ; Wound) Orchestra of St. Luke’s (Nixon ; Wound) Edo de Waart, conductor (Nixon) Sanford Sylvan, baritone (Wound) Naoko Tanaka, violin...
13. radiOM.org - Homage to Darius Milhaud Concert, April 26, 1971 [2.923% Popularity: 0.00000]
Homage to Darius Milhaud Concert, April 26, 1971 Listen Item Type: Sound Recording Duration: 92 min Event Type: Music Program Origin: KPFA A concert of Darius Milhaud’s music, given on April 26, 1971, on the occasion of the composer’s retirement from the Mills College faculty after 31 years. Jean-Louis LeRoux conducts the Mills Performing Group with soloists Madeleine Milhaud, Naomi Sparrow and Betty Woo. The first selection heard, “La muse ménagère”, was played as people were still entering the music hall and therefore there is a bit of crowd noise, and the actual performer is uncertain. However this is but a small distraction from what is otherwise a wonderful tribute to one of the great 20th century composers. Part 1 of 4: Musical Selections: La Muse Ménagère, Op. 245 (”The Household Muse”) (1945) (19:00) -- Musique pour Graz, Op. 429 (1968"69) (15:30) Performers: Mills Performing Group (Graz) Jean-Louis LeRoux, conductor (Graz) Naomi Sparrow, piano (Muse) or Betty Woo, piano (Muse) Genres: 20th Century Cl...
14. radiOM.org - The Music of Peter Gena [2.922% Popularity: 0.00000]
The Music of Peter Gena Listen Item Type: Sound Recording Duration: 66 min Event Type: Music A collection of recordings of compositions by American pianist and composer, Peter Gena. Gena received his B.A., M.A., and Ph.D in musical composition from State University of New York at Buffalo and has studied with Lejaren Hiller and Morton Feldman. Gena often composes in the minimalist style of Steve Reich and Terry Riley but also has training in electronic music and has collaborated with geneticists, to develop methods of employing DNA sequences as the basis of musical compositions. Gena is a pianist, adept at playing the works of Cage, about whom he has also written extensively. Musical Selections: Beethoven in SoHo (1980) (20:37) -- 100 Fingers (1979) (17:00) -- Stabiles, First Clone (1978) (8:00) -- Modular Fantasies (1974) (8:30) -- Logos I (1975) (6:00) Performers: John Miller, elec. bass (Beethoven) Peter Gena, piano (Beethoven) Kyle Gann, piano (Beethoven ; 100 Fingers) Karen Kushner, piano (100 Fingers) Fr...
15. radiOM.org - Other Minds Festival OM 5, Concert 1: 05 “Ductwork” by Linda Bouchard [2.922% Popularity: 0.00000]
Other Minds Festival: OM 5, Concert 1: 05 “Ductwork” by Linda Bouchard Listen Item Type: Sound Recording Duration: 17 min Event Type: Music Program Origin: Other Minds French-Canadian Linda Bouchard has composed over 50 works for a number of genres, from orchestral and chamber works to dance scores, concerti, and vocal pieces. As a conductor, Ms. Bouchard has led a number of orchestras and ensembles in the U. S. and in Canada. About “Ductwork” Linda Bouchard writes: “Until I got to the job site, I had no idea how much work needed to be done. This was not your standard arrangement. I'd heard the space required an entire circulation system or else nothing would flow. I started from scratch, not knowing quite which way to turn, but as it often happens in this business, each situation creates its own patterns; one way or another the work unfolds. In the end ‘Ductwork’ turned out to be, if not a straightforward experience then at least a memorable one. ‘Ductwork’ est dédié à David Cole, mon complice le plus précie...
16. radiOM.org - Speaking of Music Jai Uttal [2.922% Popularity: 0.00000]
Speaking of Music: Jai Uttal Listen Item Type: Sound Recording Duration: 137 min Event Type: Interview and Music Program Origin: C Amirkhanian Charles Amirkhanian interviews Jai Uttal on Novemeber 11, 1991 as part of the San Francisco Exploratorium’s Speaking of Music series. Uttal talks about his trips to India and what types of music he encountered there, including temple singers from Northern India, Gypsy singers, and the Bauls of Bengals. India is a country where music permeates the air be it chants of the names of the Gods coming out of the temples, street musicians, or the pop songs of Bollywood, and Uttal made sure to sample it all. Uttal also describes and demonstrates an assortment of traditional Indian instruments and introduces a number of recordings of traditional and popular Indian music. But best of all, the program opens and concludes with a set of live music performed by the Jai Uttal Septet, which is not to be missed by any fan of Indian music. Part 1 of 2: Musical Selections: [untitled piece...
17. radiOM.org - Radiofest: New American Music Whatever Happened to the Avant-Garde ? [2.922% Popularity: 0.00000]
Radiofest: New American Music: Whatever Happened to the Avant-Garde ? Listen Item Type: Sound Recording Duration: 30 min Event Type: Documentary This is the second, mostly self-contained, half of a program produced by the American Society of University Composers in conjunction with Radiofest: New American Music, in which the state of avant-garde music in the late 1970s is explored. The program begins with a look back at a typical avant-garde performance from the heady days of the 1960s, for which an audience gathered to witness the ignition of a single jet engine. After several failed attempts to get the engine lit using a match, during which some in the audience got closer to the jet than suggested, combustion was finally achieved leading to an immediate and uncontrolled exit from the area during which fences were trampled and one person broke their leg. In contrast, the two featured composers in this program, Donald Erb, and David Cope, talk about how the avant-garde of the late 1970s is in a state of refle...
18. radiOM.org - Music by La Monte Young [2.920% Popularity: 0.00000]
Music by La Monte Young Listen Item Type: Sound Recording Duration: 89 min Event Type: Music Program Origin: KPFA Alexander Dea plays a selection of recordings of La Monte Young's early minimalist drone pieces and discusses the composer’s life and works. La Monte Young (born Bern, Idaho, 1935) has pioneered the concept of extended time durations in contemporary music for over 35 years. In addition, his work has played a central role in the development of the use of just intonation in 20th century music, and the growth of the minimalist style. In these recording Young is joined by his long time collaborator Marian Zazeela, as well as John Cale, Jon Hassell, and others. Part 1 of 2: Musical Selections: Drift Studies (1967) [excerpt] / La Monte Young -- B Flat Dorian Blues (1963) / La Monte Young -- The Volga Delta, 23rd of August 1964 / La Monte Young Performers: La Monte Young, sopranino saxophone, bowed gong (Dorian ; Volga) Tony Conrad, bowed guitar (Dorian) John Cale, viola (Dorian) Angus MacLise, hand drum...
19. radiOM.org - Music of the World A Preview of OM 12: A Festival of New Music [2.918% Popularity: 0.00000]
Music of the World: A Preview of OM 12: A Festival of New Music Listen Item Type: Sound Recording Duration: 60 min Event Type: Interview and Music Program Origin: KPFA Additional Media Files (click to view) San Francisco based didjeridu musician and KPFA radio show host, Stephen Kent, presents a preview of OM 12: A Festival of New Music, which was scheduled to be held in December of 2006 in San Francisco. After playing works by Per Nørgård, Markus Stockhausen and Tara Bouman, all featured composers and musicians at OM 12, Kent is joined in the KPFA studios by composer Peter Sculthorpe. The Tasmanian born and Australian based composer had recently revised his String Quartet No. 16 to include didjeridu and the work was to have its world premier at the Festival with Stephen Kent performing. In this interview the two discuss the influence Australian Aboriginal music has had on Sculthorpe’s work and listen to a couple of his compositions based on native songs and melodies. Note: Recordings of all the OM 12 concert...
20. radiOM.org - The Music of Silvestre Revueltas [2.918% Popularity: 0.00000]
The Music of Silvestre Revueltas Listen Item Type: Sound Recording Duration: 68 min Event Type: Interview and Music Program Origin: KPFK A program prepared by KPFK music director, William Malloch, on the orchestral music of Silvestre Revueltas, the colorful Mexican composer. Malloch illustrates the composer’s tendency to orchestrate Mexican folk music and compares two performances of “Sensemayá” in which the tempos of the piece varies dramatically. Also included is the broadcast of a rare recording of a lengthy suite compiled by the conductor Jose Limantour, from Revueltas’ music to the film “La Noche de los Mayas”. (from KPFA Folio) Musical Selections: [excerpt of a suite compiled from the score for the film “La Noche de los Mayas”] / Silvestre Revueltas [arr. by José Ives Limantour] -- [excerpt of a band in a Mexico City religious progression] -- First Little Serious Piece [excerpt] (1957) / Silvestre Revueltas -- [excerpt of unidentified Mexican folk music] -- [excerpt of unidentified orchestral music base...
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