Playlist for Classical Discoveries Goes Avant-Garde with Marvin Rosen
Wednesday, June 01 2011 - 11:00am - 01:00pm
Entire program will be devoted to American composer Morton Feldman (1926-87).
|WEDNESDAY ON CLASSICAL DISCOVERIES GOES AVANT-GARDE|
|Wednesday, June 01, 2011 from 11:00am till 1:00pm
Entire program was devoted to American composer Morton Feldman (1926-87).
This ambitious event - one of the largest surveys of his music ever mounted in the US - includes seven concerts at venues throughout Philadelphia, with performances by some of the leading Feldman interpreters of our time: JACK Quartet; singer Joan LaBarbara; Flux Quartet; the Either/Or ensemble; pianists Marilyn Nonken, Amy Williams, and Gordon Beeferman; and cellist Jonathan Golove. AMERICAN SUBLIME focuses on music from the last years of Feldman’s life, nearly all of it heard for the first time in Philadelphia. The centerpiece is an extremely rare performance of his monumental, six-hour String Quartet No. 2, which concludes the festival at the Philadelphia Episcopal Cathedral on June 12.
|Castellano, Jennifer||Marvin Goes Avant-Garde (first section)||Musique Concrete||Private||11:00|
|Feldman, Morton||For Aaron Copland||Christina Fong, violin||OgreOgress - no number - (O*01)||11:14|
|Feldman, Morton||Palais de Mari Aki 4||Aki Takahashi, Piano||Mode - 54||11:3|
|Feldman, Morton||Structures for String Quartet||Matthew Raimondi and Joseph Rabushka, Violins, Walter Trampler, Viola, Seymour Barab, Cello||New World Records - 80664-2 - (N*07)||12:05|
|Feldman, Morton||String Quartet No. 2 (1st 18 minutes)||Flux Quartet||Mode -112||12:20|
|Feldman, Morton||Tradic Memories (final 14 minutes)||Roger Woodward, Piano||Etcetera - KTC 2015||12:46|