Ugly Culture - Christian Wolff: Braverman Music FLAC album
Genre: Jazz / Classical music
Title: Christian Wolff: Braverman Music
Style: Free Jazz, Modern, Free Improvisation
FLAC version ZIP size: 1832 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1654 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1753 mb
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Ugly Culture - Christian Wolff: Braverman Music (1979) (Cass). Bohren & Der Club Of Gore. Bohren & Der Club Of Gore - Sunset Mission (Album). Ugly Culture - Karlheinz Stockhausen: Tierkreis (Cass). Not On Label (Ugly Culture Self-released). Ugly Culture, Karlheinz Stockhausen.
Christian Wolff (less correctly Wolf, German: ; also known as Wolfius; ennobled as Christian Freiherr von Wolff; 24 January 1679 – 9 April 1754) was a German philosopher. Wolff was the most eminent German philosopher between Leibniz and Kant. His main achievement was a complete oeuvre on almost every scholarly subject of his time, displayed and unfolded according to his ive, mathematical method, which perhaps represents the peak of Enlightenment rationality in Germany.
I've always thought of Christian Wolff as a more comprehensive,all-encompassing creator. A composer,thinker in closer proximity to both a vigorous aesthetic,unpretentious truth and the committed treatment of relevant subjects for social change and political awareness. The Piano Album" (1973) being the seminal example. We find even within his "three bourgeois songs"for soprano voice and piano some semblance of his former pre-marxist bourgeois self - Again Wolff had the remarkable pianist Sally Pinkas to render each prelude a signature, a compelling gesture,a life ;We find also the exposed variegated timbres in his chamber.
Christian Wolff (composer). Not to be confused with Hellmuth Christian Wolff, Christian Wolff (baroque composer), or Christoph Wolff. Christian Wolff at his prepared piano performance, 2007. Christian G. Wolff (born March 8, 1934) is an American composer of experimental classical music. YouTube Encyclopedic. Wolff's music reached a new audience when Sonic Youth's "Goodbye, 20th Century" featured works by avant-garde classical composers such as John Cage, Yoko Ono, Steve Reich, and Christian Wolff played by Sonic Youth along with several collaborators from the modern avant-garde music scene, such as Christian Marclay, William Winant, Wharton Tiers, Takehisa Kosugi and others.
But of all this, while interesting for its seemingly anarchic purpose, would be merely academic if the music itself weren't compelling in some manner. In fact, it is compelling for exactly the opposite reason of anarchy. The "Exercises" are short, yet specific pieces are designed to allow musicians to participate in the score on the same level as a composer. For a group to perform them, individual egos are checked at the door because there is no room to "improvise" once a performance tactic has been chosen. Once decided upon, the music itself becomes.
Wolff's adventurous ideas are effectively shown in the four Exercises, where his concepts are worked out in short, digestible portions
Christian Wolff (born March 8, 1934) is an American composer of experimental classical music. Wolff was born in Nice in France of German parentage. His family moved to the United States in 1941, and he became an American citizen in 1946. Infamous Beirut DJ Ernesto Chahoud takes over the NTS signal for his monthly 'Beirut Daze' slot, recorded in Lebanon and showcasing music from his far-ranging collection. Christian Wolff has been played on NTS shows including Slime w/ Little, with Stage Space And Other Discussions first played on 19 April 2013.
|A||–Christian Wolff||Braverman Music Part 1|
|B||–Christian Wolff||Braverman Music Part 2|
- Bass [Double Bass] – Martin Ingenhütt
- Composed By – Christian Wolff
- Guitar – Andreas Reisner
- Saxophone – Christoph Clöser
NotesMade in West-Germany.
Live 15.10.91, Stockholm