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Arel / Davidovsky / Ussachevsky - Son Nova 1988 Electronic Music download mp3 album
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Son Nova 1988 Electronic Music
Style:
Abstract, Experimental
Released:
1963
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US
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1165 mb
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Ussachevsky (1911-1990) was a pioneer in electronic music who composed and taught at the Columbia-Princeton Electronic Music Center. Before 1952 his music was neo-Romantic. After 1952 he composed mostly using electronic instruments and computers. He produced the first works of tape music, a uniquely American synthesis of the French musique concrète and the German pure electronic schools. With Otto Luening, he co-founded the Columbia-Princeton Electronic Music Center in 1959 and directed its course for the next twenty years as the leading electronic music studio in the United States.

Electronic Pioneers - Vladimir Ussachevsky : Metamorphosis (1957); Linear Contrasts (1958), Bulent Arel : Electronic Music N. (1960); Music For A Sacred Service Prelude and Postlude (1961), Mario Davidovsky : Electronic Study N. (1962), Kenneth Gaburo : Lemon Drops (1965); For Harry (1966) label & cat. n. CRI SD 356 pressed in: USA date: 1976 format: LP condition: Vinyl: ( sealed ) Cover: nm- ( sealed, holepunch, slight corner dents) description: Impossible-to-find still-sealed copy of this lp containing classic experimental early electronic compositions from the 50s and 60. Arel's Electronic Music N. is derived from heavily processed sine- and square-wave oscillators.

Arel: Stereo Electronic Music No. 2. 10. Ussachevsky: Computer Piece No. 1. 11. Ussachevsky: Two Sketches For A Computer Piece (1). 12. Ussachevsky: Two Sketches For A Computer Piece (2). 13. Davidovsky: Synchronisms No. 5. 14. Shields: The Transformation Of Ani. Product details. Composer: Bulent Arel, Mario Davidovsky, Otto Luening, Alice Shields, Pril Smiley, et al. Audio CD (June 10, 1994). The music on this CD is fascinating to me. It contains compositions by Professor Vladimir Ussachevsky (1911-1990) along with contributions from some of his associates and friends who were involved with Columbia University. I am excited by this aural glimpse of history in the making.

Vladimir Alexeevich Ussachevsky (November 3, 1911 in Hailar, China – January 2, 1990 in New York, New York) was a composer, particularly known for his work in electronic music. Vladimir Ussachevsky was born in the Hailar District of China, in modern-day Inner Mongolia to an Imperial Russian Army officer assigned to protect Trans-Siberian Railway interests. He emigrated to the United States in 1930 and studied music at Pomona College in Claremont, California (.

Electronic Music No. Bulent Arel. Ligeti: String Quartets & Ramifications. Electronic Music Sources, Vol. 2 (1937-1959). Forbidden Planets - Music from the Pioneers of Electronic Sound. An Anthology of Noise and Electronic Music, Vol. Various Artists. Musique Concrete 1959 No. 2 - Single.

Electronic Study No. from. Son Nova 1988 Electronic Music. Vladimir Ussachevsky. Linear Contrasts; Metamorphosis; Improvisation No. 4711. Electronic Study N. ; Music For A Sacred Service: Prelude And Postlude; Fragment. Garth Knox, Stefan Asbury, Asko Ensemble, WDR Sinfonieorchester Köln. Gérard Grisey: Prologue; Périodes; Partiels; Modulations; Transitoires; Épilogue.

Columbia-Princeton Electronic Music Center was an album of electronic music released in 1964. It was the recording of a concert performed at the McMillin Theatre (today called the Miller Theatre) at Columbia University on May 9 and 10, 1961. The stereo version was MS 6566 and the monophonic version was ML 5966. The Arel composition is completely electronic, with articulated signals over a continuous background texture. Halim El-Dabh's composition, an "electronic drama," has a text drawn from the epic of Layla and Majnun, and consists primarily of tape manipulated instrumental and vocal sounds. Ussachevsky's work has lyrics derived from the Enuma Elish creation myth, with chorus and electronic accompaniment.

Tracklist

Davidovsky* Electronic Study No. 2 6:21
Ussachevsky* Linear Contrasts 3:40
Ussachevsky* Metamorphosis 5:23
Ussachevsky* Improvisation No. 4711 0:42
Arel* Electronic Study No. 1 8:44
Arel* Music For A Sacred Service: Prelude And Postlude 6:49
Arel* Fragment 1:23

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
Son-Nova 3 Arel* / Davidovsky* / Ussachevsky* Arel* / Davidovsky* / Ussachevsky* - Son Nova 1988 Electronic Music ‎(LP) Son Nova Records Son-Nova 3 US 1963
Son-Nova 3 Arel* / Davidovsky* / Ussachevsky* Arel* / Davidovsky* / Ussachevsky* - Son Nova 1988 Electronic Music ‎(LP, RE) Son Nova Records Son-Nova 3 US Unknown