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71. - John Cage in Conversation with Morton Feldman, Radio Happening 2 of 5 [0.691% Popularity: 0.00000]
John Cage in Conversation with Morton Feldman, Radio Happening 2 of 5 Listen Item Type: Sound Recording Duration: 50 min Event Type: Other Finds Program Origin: WBAI John Cage and Morton Feldman recorded four open-ended conversations at the studios of radio station WBAI in New York. These meetings spanned six months between July 1966 and January 1967, and were produced as five "Radio Happenings". Both men were at transitional points in their music. Cage had completed “Variations V” in 1965 and “Variations VI” and “Variations VII” in 1966, and would publish "A Year from Monday" in 1967. Most of Feldman's important work was yet to come. These conversations between two old friends, relaxed, smoking, and throwing out ideas, are full of laughter and long ponderous silences. They form an incredible historical record of their concerns and preoccupation with making music, art, society, and politics of the moment. In 1993 these conversations were transcribed and published as "Radio Happenings I-V" by Edition MusikText...
72. - New Music America 1990: Montreal Musique Actuelles [5.873% Popularity: 0.00000]
New Music America: 1990: Montreal Musique Actuelles Listen Item Type: Sound Recording Duration: 138 min Event Type: Interview and Music Program Origin: C Amirkhanian Charles Amirkhanian reports on happenings of the 1990 installment of the peripatetic New Music America Festival, which began in 1979 and was held this year for the first time outside the U.S. Montreal Musique Actuelles highlighted the work of Canadian composers, performers and improvisers alongside the work of such well-known Americans as La Monte Young, Scott Johnson, and Alvin Curran. Among participants interviewed are Jean Piche, a composer who directed the Festival and whose own work for percussion and tape was a highlight. Also heard are the voices of Montreal composer Linda Bouchard who lives in New York and is active as a composer and conductor; Jan Wolff, artistic director of Icebreaker, an internationally acclaimed center for avant-garde music in Amsterdam; electro-acoustic music specialist Hildegard Westerkamp of Vancouver; Shannon Peet...
73. - Music Review Music and Anarchy: A Defense [5.947% Popularity: 0.00000]
Music Review: Music and Anarchy: A Defense Listen Item Type: Sound Recording Duration: 12 min Event Type: Other Finds Program Origin: KPFA This was meant as a response to a number of complaints received by the KPFA Music Department about broadcasts of admittedly avant-garde music and spoken word performances, that were described by some as “aesthetic anarchy.” Department Director Charles Amirkhanian makes an unequivocal denial of such claims, and then proceeds to read from an article defining and defending anarchy in politics and life in general. Genre: Current Events Subject: Anarchism People: Amirkhanian, Charles ; Crowely, Louise Recording Date: 2/19/1970 First Broadcast Date: 2/19/1970 Listen...
74. - Other Minds Festival OM 19: Panel Discussion and Concert 1 (Feb. 28, 2014) [4.894% Popularity: 0.00000]
Other Minds Festival: OM 19: Panel Discussion and Concert 1 (Feb. 28, 2014) Listen Item Type: Sound Recording Duration: 138 min Event Type: Lecture / Panel Discussion Program Origin: Other Minds The first concert of the 19th Other Minds Festival of New Music (OM 19) was held on February 28, 2014 in the newly inaugurated SFJazz Center in San Francisco. With a bit of the old, the new, and the old made new again, the concert included three eclectic compositions by composer Mark Applebaum: one featuring synchronized hand gestures combined with electronically processed vocalizations, another aleatoric piece for instrumental ensemble and projected graphic score, and an installation that was part sound sculpture and part unique electronic instrument called the Mouseketier. These amazing electro-acoustic pieces were followed by two works by the oft overlooked composer of new music, Joseph Byrd. Composed in the early 1960s, “Water Music” and “Animals” explore the potential of percussion music, be it with traditional i...
75. - About Ear Magazine [1.218% Popularity: 0.00000]
About Ear Magazine Listen Item Type: Sound Recording Duration: 53 min Event Type: Interview Program Origin: KPFA Two related discussions of “Ear” magazine with host Charles Amirkhanian and Ear’s editor, Charles Shere , and publisher, Anne Kish. This program provides not only a behind the scenes look at “Ear” which had, at the time of this recording on January 23, 1973, just published it’s first edition, but also at the making of a radio review, as the first segment features the three discussing both “Ear” magazine and the way in which KPFA would review it, while the second segment features a more polished or edited review that was ready for broadcast. “Ear” was founded in Berkeley CA, in 1973 by Shere, Kish, with the assistance of an all volunteer staff. Intended as a means to galvanize a sense of community among Bay Area classical musicians, the magazine featured concert listings and articles highlighting not only major performances of traditional classical music, but also more contemporary and avant-garde e...
76. - Morning Concert Alexander Kan: Mr. New Music USSR [5.872% Popularity: 0.00000]
Morning Concert: Alexander Kan: Mr. New Music USSR Listen Item Type: Sound Recording Duration: 123 min Event Type: Interview and Music Program Origin: KPFA When the ROVA Saxophone Quartet toured the Soviet Union in the mid-1980s, it was the enterprising and irrepressible Alexander Kan who invited the group and organized the visit against improbable odds. In 1988 Charles Amirkhanian turned the tables and invited Mr. Kan to the KPFA studio for a discussion. At the time, Mr. Kan was the leading Soviet producer of new music, avant-garde jazz, and experimental rock. The founder of the Leningrad Contemporary Music Club, (which throughout the late 1970s until it was banned in the 1980s, served as a solitary bastion of artistic free expression), is joined by Larry Ochs of ROVA, as they wend their way through an artistic motherlode of unofficial recordings made in performance during the 1980s. Musical selections heard range from free jazz performances by Aleksander Rjabov, Vladimir Chekasin, Sergeĭ Kurëkhin, and Anato...
77. - New Music America 1981: Concert 4, (June 10, 1981) [1.851% 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...
78. - Other Minds Festival OM 15: Panel Discussion 3 [1.268% Popularity: 0.00000]
Other Minds Festival: OM 15: Panel Discussion 3 View Item Type: Video Duration: 36 min Event Type: Lecture / Panel Discussion Program Origin: Other Minds Additional Media Files (click to view) The third night of the 15th Other Minds Festival of New Music (OM 15) began with a panel discussion with the composers whose works were to be featured in that night’s concert, which was held on March 6, 2010. Joining moderator Charles Amirkhanian on stage were, Gyan Riley, who is known for his guitar playing as well as composing, minimalist composer Tom Johnson, and violinist, composer, and indy rock personality Carla Kihlstedt. Johnson describes his fascination with minimal music, which for him means works with a limited number of notes, a single main idea, and often a mathematically based progression. Unlike the elegant simplicity of Johnson, Kihlstedt describes her composing style as “messy,” typically starting with a wide variety of ideas that are examined, aligned, and developed in a manner that she describes as “o...
79. - Morning Concert A Program of Dutch Music [5.865% Popularity: 0.00000]
Morning Concert: A Program of Dutch Music Listen Item Type: Sound Recording Duration: 127 min Event Type: Music Program Origin: KPFA Han Reiziger, Music Director of VPRO Radio, in the Netherlands, presents a selection of mostly 20th century classical music, by a variety of Dutch composers. One of the jurors for the 1973 Grad Prix du Disque, Reiziger produced a number of shows for KPFA as part of a cultural exchange program with VPRO, including this program recorded on November 11, 1974. In this show he plays a number of musical selections by Dutch composers, that were largely unknown and unavailable in the United States at that time. Featured composers include Otto Ketting, Rudolf Perdeck, Wouter Paap, Will Eisma, Willem Frederik Bon, and Tristan Keuris. Interspersed with these works of contemporary classical and avant-garde music are several selections of organ and harpsichord music from the late 16th and early 17th century by Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck, as well as short snippets of Ton de Leeuw’s “Spatial Mu...
80. - Music Review Source & Space [5.283% Popularity: 0.00000]
Music Review: Source & Space Listen Item Type: Sound Recording Duration: 18 min Event Type: Spoken Word Program Origin: KPFA In this brief program, recorded in May 1971, Charles Amirkhanian reviews issues 7 & 8 of “Source: Music of the Avant-Garde,” a biannual periodical of unusual music and art, as well as “Space” a book of poetry by Clark Coolidge. “Source,” published by Larry Austin, Stanley Lunetta, and Arthur Woodbury, was an extraordinary magazine that presented articles, musical scores, and even included actual 10” discs of recorded music. Devoted to the avant-garde, it was a premiere publication for electronic music and intermedia art that was otherwise overlooked by the more mainstream press. Amirkhanian describes the spiral bound format that combined exceptional production values with a do-it-yourself sensibility, while also listing some of the content, including works by John Cage, Mark Riener, & Alvin Lucier, among others. Amirkhanian then turns his attention to “Space” by Coolidge, describing the...
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