John Cage - The First Meeting Of The Satie Society FLAC album
Genre: Audio recording / Classical music
Title: The First Meeting Of The Satie Society
Style: Field Recording, Contemporary, Experimental, Spoken Word
FLAC version ZIP size: 1901 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1710 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1684 mb
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The recordings have not been processed technically, no alteration made in the natural dynamics or other processes. Specially the wish of John Cage for the noises of the audience to not be removed with technical means has been respected
Ensemble – Bonner Ensemble Für Neue Musik Piano – Grete Wehmeyer Vocals – Amy Leverenz Voice – Klaus Schöning Voice, Composed By – John Cage. Recorded at Rheinisches Landesmuseum, Bonn, 3. 1985 (17:30 until 19:04)
John Cage's repertoire was heavily influenced by that of Erik Satie. During his career Satie's main intention was to ridicule what he regarded as the 'pompous' in music and became captivated by the idea of reducing musical composition to its essential elements. His music was described by critics as sardonic and witty, brief and unpretentious
Conceived by John Cage and realized through the application of programs written at Cage's request by Jim Rosenberg and Andrew Culver (1985-86), this homage to the composer Erik Satie consisted of texts (presents) by writers who knew and loved Satie's work (or who might have if they had existed in a time period thar enabled them to know. it), restructured by two computer programs. As a 'meeting' the work conjoins minds of different geographies and times, much as online communities do.
John Cage - Complete Piano Music Vol. 1-10. Happy Birthday John! John CAGE - 100th Anniversary. John Cage Piano Music. Contemporary Piano Music. Margaret Leng Tan Sorceress of the New Piano. Cabaret per Nulla (musiche di Erik Satie e John Cage). John Cage Early Piano Music Herbert Henck. In a Landscape - John Cage. Silence" About "silence - A Quiet Manifestation of the Future". Musique Americaine Pour Piano. Louise Bessette, piano Québec-5 USA-3. Music of the Night - Elisabeth Klein.
Morton Feldman, Erik Satie, John Cage: Rothko Chapel. Kim Kashkashian, Sarah Rothenberg, Steven Schick, Houston Chamber Choir, Robert Simpson. On a number of occasions Cage mounted a spirited defence for Satie, critical of the critics who assigned him a minor role in music history. To simplify: Cage was inspired by Satie, and Feldman was inspired by Cage. Mark Rothko was inspired by modern music including Feldman and Cage.
The First Meeting Of The Satie Society. The Fourth Interlude.
In 1893, Satie met the young Maurice Ravel for the first time, Satie's style emerging in the first compositions of the youngster. One of Satie's own compositions of that period, Vexations, was to remain undisclosed until after his death. By the end of the year he had founded the Église Métropolitaine d'Art de Jésus Conducteur (Metropolitan Art Church of Jesus the Conductor). The English translation was, however, criticised by John Cage; in a letter to Ornella Volta (25 May 1983) he referred to the translation as disappointing compared to the formidable value of the original biography. Vella, Alfonso, "Satie, la subversión de la fantasía", Ediciones Península 2013. ISBN 978-84-9942-248-0.
The Brown Foundation Performing Arts Theater, Asia Society Texas Center. The implications of the Feldman are spun out in works by Cage - the choral realizations of the works entitled Four2 and Five are quite unusual - and retrospectively connected to Satie, the latter played with a full sense of their significance by pianist Sarah Rothenberg. Rothko Chapel was meant to be performed in the actual chapel, but it's hard to fault ECM for choosing a pair of Texas auditoria instead: the results are sonically stunning.
|A||The First Meeting Of The Satie Society... 1. Abschnitt||19:08|
|B||The First Meeting Of The Satie Society... 2. Abschnitt||30:22|
|C||The First Meeting Of The Satie Society... 3. Abschnitt||30:18|
|D||The First Meeting Of The Satie Society... 4. Abschnitt||13:47|
- Recorded At – Rheinisches Landesmuseum, Bonn
- Artwork, Photography By – Michael F. Bauer
- Engineer, Producer – Michael F. Bauer
- Ensemble [Musique D'ameublement] – Bonner Ensemble Für Neue Musik
- Piano [Satie Songs] – Grete Wehmeyer
- Vocals [Cage & Satie Songs] – Amy Leverenz
- Voice [Satie] – Klaus Schöning
- Voice, Composed By – John Cage
NotesSubtitled: The Socie Satiety the Sozi Sattität The Socie Satiety the Sozi Sattität.
Recorded at Rheinisches Landesmuseum, Bonn, 31.3.1985 (17:30 until 19:04)
The recordings have not been processed technically, no alteration made in the natural dynamics or other processes. Specially the wish of John Cage for the noises of the audience to not be removed with technical means has been respected.
Simultaneously with the reading of John Cage and Erik Satie quotes were performed:
John Cage : Sonnekus (Nine Songs, 1985)
Erik Satie : Cabaret Songs: 1)Je Te Veux , 2)Tendrement , 3)La Diva De "L'Empire"
Erik Satie : Musique D'Ameublement : 1)Tenture De Cabinet Prefectoral, 2)Tapisserie En Fer Forge, 3)Carrelage Phonique.