Max Neuhaus - Electronics & Percussion - Five Realizations By Max Neuhaus FLAC album
Genre: Electronic / Classical music
Title: Electronics & Percussion - Five Realizations By Max Neuhaus
Style: Contemporary, Experimental
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Max Neuhaus (August 9, 1939 – February 3, 2009) was an American classical musician and artist who was a noted interpreter of the experimental percussion music in the 1960s.
Taken from the album "Electronics & Percussion - Five Realizations By Max Neuhaus" (1968) Columbia Masterworks – MS 7139.
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Includes: Earle Brown Four Systems for four amplified cymbals, Morton Feldman The King of Denmark, Sylvano Bussotti Coeur pour Batteur - Positively Yes, Karlheinz Stockhausen No. 9, Zyklus for one percussionist, and John Cage Fontana Mix for contact microphones on various percussion instruments.
Max Neuhaus, a percussionist known for creating site-specific works of sound sculpture, allowing unsuspecting passers-by to come upon musical sounds in unlikely places, died Tuesday in Maratea, a coastal town in southern Italy, where he lived. He was 69. The cause was cancer, said his sister, Laura Hansen. Among them were Electronics and Percussion: Five Realizations by Max Neuhaus and Zyklus, a Stockhausen composition that called for 21 different instruments. By 1968, however, he had set out on a career as a new kind of music maker. Seeking to define the art that Mr. Neuhaus more or less invented, one admiring critic, John Rockwell, referred to him in The Times as an environmental composer. Continue reading the main story.
When Max Neuhaus first started to play this piece there were only three percussionists in the world who could play it. Stockhausen's idea was that a performer would play the piece spontaneously, making its complex decisions on the fly. No one played it this way; it was too difficult. Everyone wrote out his own version of the score and played from it. Coming from the world of jazz, Neuhaus decided he wanted to take up the challenge of playing it spontaneously. At that time percussionists generally played only one instrument at a time.
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|A1||–Earle Brown||Four Systems - For Four Amplified Cymbals
Composed By – Earle Brown
|A2||–Morton Feldman||The King Of Denmark
Composed By – Morton Feldman
|A3||–Sylvano Bussotti||Coeur Pour Batteur - Positively Yes
Composed By – Sylvano Bussotti
|B1||–Karlheinz Stockhausen||No. 9 Zyklus For One Percussionist
Composed By – Karlheinz Stockhausen
|B2||–John Cage||Fontana Mix - Feed
Composed By – John Cage
- Manufactured By – Columbia Records
- Engineer – Fred Plaut, John Guerriere
- Percussion, Electronics, Liner Notes – Max Neuhaus
- Photography By – Don Hunstein
- Producer – David Behrman
Notes"Four Systems" and "The King Of Denmark" realized 1964.
"Coeur Pour Batteur" and "Fontana Mix - Feed" realized 1965.
"No. 9 Zyklus For One Percussionist" written in 1959, realized 1968.
|MS 7139||Max Neuhaus||Electronics & Percussion - Five Realizations By Max Neuhaus (LP, Album)||Columbia Masterworks||MS 7139||US||1968|
|CBS S 34-61 063||Max Neuhaus||Electronique Et Percussion - Cinq Réalisations Par Max Neuhaus (LP)||CBS||CBS S 34-61 063||France||1968|
|SICC 79||Max Neuhaus||Electronics & Percussion - Five Realizations By Max Neuhaus (CD, RE, RM)||Sony Classical||SICC 79||Japan||2002|
|MS 7139||Max Neuhaus||Electronics & Percussion (Five Realizations By Max Neuhaus) (LP, Album, 2-E)||Columbia Masterworks||MS 7139||US||1968|
|MS 7139, BTS 17||Various||Electronics & Percussion / The Wild Sounds Of New Music (LP, Album + 7", EP, Comp)||Columbia Masterworks, Columbia Masterworks||MS 7139, BTS 17||US||1968|