John Cage, Paul Zukofsky, New Music Concerts, Toronto - Sixteen Dances FLAC album
Genre: Classical music
Title: Sixteen Dances
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While sounding a touch haphazard here and there, a quality that might not be a negative when it comes to Cage, the largish New Music Concerts ensemble of Toronto divided up into small groupings for interpretations of Cage compositions from the early '50s. It sounds like it was a superb concert and it makes for one of the better performances of Cage works from the early days of his compositions for dance and experiments with indeterminacy or "chance" composition . The proceedings are conducted by Paul Zukofsky, who as a violinist collaborated with Cage on a series of solo violin etudes. feat: John Cage, New Music Concerts Ensemble.
Sixteen Dances is a jazz related improv/composition music album recording by JOHN CAGE released in 1984 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. Cello – Peter Schenkman Composed By – John Cage Conductor – Paul Zukofsky Flute – Robert Aitken Percussion – Robert Becker, John Wyre, Robin Engelman, Russell Hartenberger Piano – Marc Widner Trumpet – James Spragg Violin – Otto Armin. CP² Recordings – CP²/ 15 (US). Recorded at Walter Hall, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada, January 31, 1982. Thanks to snobb for the addition. No release results found : showing artist results instead. Early Electronic and Tape Music Sub Rosa 2014.
John Cage: Sixteen Dances. Released by BMOP/sound Oct 2009 16 Tracks. John Cage: Sixteen Dances is a English album released on Oct 2009. John Cage: Sixteen Dances Album has 16 songs sung by Boston Modern Orchestra Project, Gil Rose. Listen to all songs in high quality & download John Cage: Sixteen Dances songs on Gaana. Gaana is the one-stop solution for all your music needs.
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John Cage: 16 Dances; Armin Loos: Sonata N. for Violin and Piano NEW MUSIC CONCERTS, TORONTO, PAUL ZUKOFSKY, conductor; PAUL ZUKOFSKY, violin MICHAEL TORRE, piano. Jón Leifs: Baldr, Op. 34 Sinfóníuhljómsveit Æskunnar, PAUL ZUKOFSKY, music director & conductor. Artur Schnabel: Symphony No. 2 THE ROYAL PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA; PAUL ZUKOFSKY, conductor. Morton Feldman: Spring of Chosroes; Artur Schnabel: Sonata for Violin and Piano PAUL ZUKOFSKY, violin; URSULA OPPENS, piano. John Cage: Chorals; Cheap Imitation; Freeman Etudes I-VIII PAUL ZUKOFSKY, violin. Musical Observations, Inc. is a non-profit corporation founded by Paul Zukofsky in 1975 to promote new music and support musical projects he felt would otherwise be ignored.
John Cage: Sixteen Dances - Sixteen Dances: No. 12, Sixteen Dances: No. 13, Sixteen Dances: No. 11 and 16 more tracks from this album here for free. More albums by this artist. John Cage: Sixteen Dances. From: Boston Modern Orchestra Project. Count: 16. Views: 23. John Cage: Sixteen Dances tracks. Sixteen Dances: No. 12. 13.
Free download and listen John Cage: Sixteen Dances. Boston Modern Orchestra Project, Gil Rose, Джон Кейдж. Tracks count: 16. Views: 22. Джон Кейдж, Boston Modern Orchestra Project, Gil Rose - Sixteen Dances: No. 12 02:08. Boston Modern Orchestra Project, Gil Rose - Sixteen Dances: No. 13 01:23. 11 02:04.
Paul Zukofsky (Brooklyn, New York October 22, 1943 - June 6, 2017) was an American violinist and conductor known for his work in the field of contemporary classical music. His father was the American Objectivist poet Louis Zukofsky and his mother was Celia Thaew Zukofsky a Jewish musician and composer. Paul was of Lithuanian Jewish heritage through his father. Zukofsky studied violin with Ivan Galamian at the Juilliard School of Music.
- Cello – Peter Schenkman
- Composed By – John Cage
- Conductor – Paul Zukofsky
- Edited By – Joanna Nickrenz
- Engineer [Recording] – Kenneth Barnes
- Flute – Robert Aitken
- Liner Notes – William Brooks
- Mastered By – Robert C. Ludwig*
- Percussion – Robert Becker*, John Wyre, Robin Engelman, Russell Hartenberger*
- Piano – Marc Widner
- Producer – David Jaeger
- Trumpet – James Spragg
- Violin – Otto Armin
NotesRecorded at Walter Hall, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada, January 31, 1982.
Published by C.F. Peters Corp., New York, NY
Library of Congress Card Catalog No. 84-743251
|CP² 112||John Cage, Paul Zukofsky, New Music Concerts Toronto / Armin Loos, Michael Torre, Paul Zukofsky||John Cage, Paul Zukofsky, New Music Concerts Toronto / Armin Loos, Michael Torre, Paul Zukofsky - Sixteen Dances / Sonata No. 2 For Violin And Piano (CD)||CP² Recordings||CP² 112||US||2002|