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41. radiOM.org - Other Minds Festival OM 5, Concert 2: 07 “Improvisation 1” by Julian Priester & Sam Rivers [2.208% Popularity: 0.00000]
Other Minds Festival: OM 5, Concert 2: 07 “Improvisation 1” by Julian Priester & Sam Rivers Listen Item Type: Sound Recording Duration: 9 min Event Type: Music Program Origin: Other Minds The career of trombone legend Julian Priester has included contributions to jazz, blues, and Latin jazz, over the the last half of the 20th Century. Between the early 1950s and through the 1970s, he worked with such notables as Duke Ellington, Herbie Hancock, McCoy Tyner, Max Roach, Lionel Hampton, Dinah Washington, Muddy Waters, and Bo Diddley. As a composer he has contributed to recordings by Reggie Workman, and Jerry Granelli. Sam Rivers is one of the major figures in contemporary jazz: a brilliant improviser and one of the defining influences of multi-instrumentalism in jazz, performing on tenor and soprano saxophones, flute, and piano. The presentation of this appearance was made possible with the support of Mr. & Mrs. Jim McElwee. Musical Selections: Improvisation 1 (8:10) / Julian Priester & Sam Rivers Performers: Jul...
42. radiOM.org - Other Minds Festival OM 5, Concert 2: 08 “Improvisation 2” by Julian Priester & Sam Rivers [2.208% Popularity: 0.00000]
Other Minds Festival: OM 5, Concert 2: 08 “Improvisation 2” by Julian Priester & Sam Rivers Listen Item Type: Sound Recording Duration: 7 min Event Type: Music Program Origin: Other Minds The career of trombone legend Julian Priester has included contributions to jazz, blues, and Latin jazz, over the the last half of the 20th Century. Between the early 1950s and through the 1970s, he worked with such notables as Duke Ellington, Herbie Hancock, McCoy Tyner, Max Roach, Lionel Hampton, Dinah Washington, Muddy Waters, and Bo Diddley. As a composer he has contributed to recordings by Reggie Workman, and Jerry Granelli. Sam Rivers is one of the major figures in contemporary jazz: a brilliant improviser and one of the defining influences of multi-instrumentalism in jazz, performing on tenor and soprano saxophones, flute, and piano. The presentation of this appearance was made possible with the support of Mr. & Mrs. Jim McElwee. Musical Selections: Improvisation 2 (6:36) / Julian Priester & Sam Rivers Performers: Jul...
43. radiOM.org - Other Minds Festival OM 5, Concert 2: 09 “Improvisation 3” by Julian Priester & Sam Rivers [2.208% Popularity: 0.00000]
Other Minds Festival: OM 5, Concert 2: 09 “Improvisation 3” by Julian Priester & Sam Rivers Listen Item Type: Sound Recording Duration: 8 min Event Type: Music Program Origin: Other Minds The career of trombone legend Julian Priester has included contributions to jazz, blues, and Latin jazz, over the the last half of the 20th Century. Between the early 1950s and through the 1970s, he worked with such notables as Duke Ellington, Herbie Hancock, McCoy Tyner, Max Roach, Lionel Hampton, Dinah Washington, Muddy Waters, and Bo Diddley. As a composer he has contributed to recordings by Reggie Workman, and Jerry Granelli. Sam Rivers is one of the major figures in contemporary jazz: a brilliant improviser and one of the defining influences of multi-instrumentalism in jazz, performing on tenor and soprano saxophones, flute, and piano. The presentation of this appearance was made possible with the support of Mr. & Mrs. Jim McElwee. Musical Selections: Improvisation 3 (7:08) / Julian Priester & Sam Rivers Performers: Jul...
44. radiOM.org - Other Minds Festival OM 5, Concert 2: 10 “Improvisation 4” by Julian Priester & Sam Rivers [2.208% Popularity: 0.00000]
Other Minds Festival: OM 5, Concert 2: 10 “Improvisation 4” by Julian Priester & Sam Rivers Listen Item Type: Sound Recording Duration: 10 min Event Type: Music Program Origin: Other Minds The career of trombone legend Julian Priester has included contributions to jazz, blues, and Latin jazz, over the the last half of the 20th Century. Between the early 1950s and through the 1970s, he worked with such notables as Duke Ellington, Herbie Hancock, McCoy Tyner, Max Roach, Lionel Hampton, Dinah Washington, Muddy Waters, and Bo Diddley. As a composer he has contributed to recordings by Reggie Workman, and Jerry Granelli. Sam Rivers is one of the major figures in contemporary jazz: a brilliant improviser and one of the defining influences of multi-instrumentalism in jazz, performing on tenor and soprano saxophones, flute, and piano. The presentation of this appearance was made possible with the support of Mr. & Mrs. Jim McElwee. Musical Selections: Improvisation 4 (9:58) / Julian Priester & Sam Rivers Performers: Ju...
45. radiOM.org - New Music America 1981: Concert 4, (June 10, 1981) [1.843% Popularity: 0.00000]
New Music America: 1981: Concert 4, (June 10, 1981) Listen Item Type: Sound Recording Duration: 96 min Event Type: Music Program Origin: KPFA In 1981 the New Music America Festival came to San Francisco for a week full of concerts, sound installations, and multi-media performances. The fourth concert of the Festival, held on June 10, 1981, included works by Laurie Spiegel, Peter Gena, and George Lewis, as well as a live improvisation by LaDonna Smith and Davey Williams, and two musical performance art pieces by conceptual artist Jim Pomeroy. The concert began with two works by Laurie Spiegel, identified in the program as “The Unquestioned Answer” and “A History of Music in One Movement,” which had been previously performed on the computer but were now arranged for solo performers of the harp and piano, respectively. These were followed by an unidentified computer music piece, presented by the composer herself. Violinist and violist LaDonna Smith and guitarist Davey Williams then presented two distinctly avant...
46. radiOM.org - Morning Concert Infrared Roses: Music by the Grateful Dead [1.652% Popularity: 0.00000]
Morning Concert: Infrared Roses: Music by the Grateful Dead Listen Item Type: Sound Recording Duration: 117 min Event Type: Interview and Music Program Origin: KPFA Charles Amirkhanian introduces the Grateful Dead at their most abstract and avant-garde. “Infrared Roses,” produced by Bob Bralove, is a compilation of performances taken from the “drumz/space” improvisational portion that came in the middle of the second set of most Grateful Dead shows during the 1980s and 1990s. The album explores the nether tones and electronic trampolines of the subconscious in a brilliantly edited tour-de-force. Grateful Dead lyricist, Robert Hunter, created the names for these stunning examples of free improvisation. Despite a certain amount of time spent on fund-raising and an entertaining discussion on fountain pens, devoted Deadheads, and others, will be rewarded for their attentiveness with Bralove’s informative reminisces about what really went on during a Grateful Dead concert (and Stevie Wonder rehearsals) (from KPFA ...
47. radiOM.org - Ode To Gravity John Dinwiddie vs. the Future of Music [1.616% Popularity: 0.00000]
Ode To Gravity: John Dinwiddie vs. the Future of Music Listen Item Type: Sound Recording Duration: 79 min Event Type: Music Program Origin: KPFA Charles Amirkhanian introduces John Dinwiddie, who presents a live concert of his music written in minimal formats and featuring one to nine performers. Originally broadcast on April 25 1973, from the studio of KPFA the works include “Quiver” a work for solo prepared piano, and performed by Beth Anderson. This is followed by “Music for Eight Point Eight Piano Players,” performed by actually nine players, utilizing two grand pianos and all 88 keys on the keyboard. There are then two works for two pianos, the rather somber “The Tomb of Alexander Scriabin,” and the more energetic “My Triple Fingerrrring,” which features a series of trills. Both are performed by Anderson joined by the composer. The whole group then joins together for a group vocalization, incorporating lip and tongue trills, without any use of the vocal chords. The concert then concludes with a lengthy g...
48. radiOM.org - Speaking of Music Anthony Braxton, Dec. 5, 1985 [1.560% Popularity: 0.00000]
Speaking of Music: Anthony Braxton, Dec. 5, 1985 Listen Item Type: Sound Recording Duration: 114 min Event Type: Interview and Music Program Origin: KPFA Additional Media Files (click to view) Recorded on December 5, 1985 as part of the San Francisco Exploratorium’s Speaking of Music series, Charles Amirkhanian interviews composer and musician Anthony Braxton before a live audience. The distinguished composer and improviser, (who at the time of this recording had recently been appointed to the music faculty at Mills College in Oakland), discusses foundation materials for vocabulary and structural models in his music. Using the seminal composition “JMK-80/CFN-7 (Composition 26b)” which he premiered in 1971 at the Palace of Fine Arts Theater in San Francisco, Braxton illustrates his new methods of structuring sounds in time. Among his works is “Trillium”, a series of 36 autonomous acts which comprise 12 master operas. “Dialogues A” from this series was premiered in April 1985 in San Diego. As composer and perfo...
49. radiOM.org - Improv:21 The Chair the Fact: An Informance with Ben Goldberg [1.497% Popularity: 0.00000]
Improv:21: The Chair the Fact: An Informance with Ben Goldberg View Item Type: Video Duration: 93 min Event Type: Interview and Music Program Origin: ROVA Derk Richardson interviews Berkeley based composer and clarinetist, Ben Goldberg, on October 30, 2006 at the San Francisco Performance Library, as part of the Improv:21 series sponsored by ROVA Arts. Originally from Denver Colorado, Goldberg moved to California to study at the University of California, Santa Cruz where he received his undergraduate degree before also obtaining a Master of Arts in Composition from Mills College. Goldberg was a student of Boston Symphony clarinetist and teacher extraordinaire, Rosario Mazzeo, and has also studied with Steve Lacy and Joe Lovano. He has performed with such groups as the New Klezmer Trio, Tin Hat (formally Tin Hat Trio), Junk Genius, and his own Ben Goldberg Quintet, among others. In this program he talks about how he was influenced by the music of Steve Lacy and Thelonious Monk, as well as his general approach ...
50. radiOM.org - Improv:21 An Informance with Scott Amendola (2008) [1.339% Popularity: 0.00000]
Improv:21: An Informance with Scott Amendola (2008) View Item Type: Video Duration: 91 min Event Type: Interview and Music Program Origin: ROVA Scott Amendola, the talented percussionist and composer, is interviewed by Derk Richardson, before an appreciative live audience, recorded on May 21, 2008, at the Marsh, in San Francisco, as part of the Improv:21 series sponsored by ROVA Arts. The event begins with Amendola improvising on his normal drum kit, augmented by an assortment of samplers, digital loops, carefully placed microphones, and other various electronic devices, not to mention the occasional sleigh bell or two. Following this virtuosic display of percussion prowess, Amendola then settles in for a fascinating discussion of his early influences, and the gradual evolution that has seen him, through collaboration with a variety of talented musicians and composers, expand his definition of what music is. Starting in childhood and continuing through high school Amendola reveals that he was first captured b...
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