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Donald Berman - The Uncovered Ruggles FLAC album


Performer: Donald Berman
Genre: Classical music
Title: The Uncovered Ruggles
Released: 2005
Style: Modern
FLAC version ZIP size: 1477 mb
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Album · 2005 · 16 Songs. The Uncovered Ruggles Donald Berman.

Mood for violin and piano represents Ruggles' earliest extant foray into dissonant counterpoint, and contains the only music we will ever hear from Ruggles' destroyed opera "The Sunken Bell. The songs Ich fühle deinem Odem, Windy Nights, and Prayer are more conventional outings, revealing his strong affinity for established nineteenth century traditions in melody and harmony.

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Album Title: THE UNCOVERED RUGGLES Reference Recording: This one. CARL RUGGLES - Premiere recordings of unpublished sketches, transcriptions, and realizations by John Kirkpatrick. Donald Berman (piano) Christopher Oldfather (second piano) Daniel Stepner (violin) Susan Narucki (soprano). New World Records - 80629-2.

Artist: Carl Ruggles, Donald Berman. Album: The Unknown Ives. Carl Ruggles, Donald Berman: best 2 tracks. Donald Berman, ProMusica Chamber Orchestra - Concerto for piano and chamber orchestra: IV. Fast, brilliant Resounding - Four World Premieres, 2011 04:49. Donald Berman, Hila Plitmann - Four Dickinson Songs: I. A word is dead Americans In Rome: Music By Fellows of the American Academy In Rome, 2009 01:32. Artist: Carl Ruggles Donald Berman.

This album is a recording of Ruggles' complete published works. A recent recording of newly unearthed ephemera was recently released but the present record is everything that Ruggles acknowledged and approved. It is a meager output for a man who lived to the age of 95 similar to the output of the equally important Edgard Varese whose complete works also fit on two vinyl records and the music is just as finely crafted. A notable exception is New World Records', & Uncovered Ruggles', posthumous reconstructions done by John Kirkpatrick and performed and produced by Kirkpatrick student Donald Berman actually makes a nice companion to the release at hand here for the Ruggles fanatic. I know they're out there. And there are digital downloads of some out of print recordings as well.

Tracklist

Evocations: Four chants for Piano (1937 - 1954)
1 Evocation No. 1: Largo (to Harriette Miller) 2:03
2 Evocation No. 2: Andante con fantasia (to John Kirkpatrick) 2:49
3 Evocation No. 3: Moderato appassionato (to Charlotte Ruggles) 1:34
4 Evocation No. 4: Adagio sostenuto (to Charles Ives) 3:31
5 Visions (1935-50) 6:21
6 March (1940-43) 4:51
7 Parvum Organum, (1945-7) 4:42
8 Valse Lente (1945-50) 5:12
9 Mood (for violin and piano) 4:55
10 Organum (1944, arranged for 2 pianos, 1946) 6:07
11 Toys 1:28
12 Ich fühle deinem Odem 2:14
13 Windy Nights 1:22
14 Prayer 1:13
15 Exaltation 1:29
16 Angels, for 4 trumpets & 3 trombones (1920, rev 1943) 3:26

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Recorded Anthology Of American Music, Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – Recorded Anthology Of American Music, Inc.

Credits

  • Arranged By – John Kirkpatrick (tracks: 16)
  • Composed By, Cover – Carl Ruggles
  • Edited By – John Kirkpatrick (tracks: 5, 6, 7-9, 13-14)
  • Mastered By, Engineer, Producer – Joel Gordon
  • Photography – John Atherton
  • Piano – Cristopher Oldfather (tracks: 10)
  • Piano, Liner Notes, Producer – Donald Berman
  • Soprano Vocals – Susan Narucki (tracks: 11-14)
  • Technician – Anthony McKenna (tracks: 9, 15-16), Jerry Mitkowski (tracks: 10-14), Paul Rattigan* (tracks: 1-8)
  • Text By – Carl Ruggles (tracks: 11), Friedrich Bodenstedt* (tracks: 12), John Galsworthy (tracks: 14), Robert Louis Stevenson (tracks: 13)
  • Violin – Daniel Stepner (tracks: 9)

Notes

Total time: 53:27.
Tracks 1-8 were recorded April 8-9, 2003 at Sonic Temple, Roslindale, Massachusetts.
Tracks 9, 15-16 were recorded September 21, 2004, at Jordan Hall, Boston, Massachusetts.
Tracks 10-14 were recorded October 10, 2004, at Recital Hall, Purchase College, State University of New York, Purchase, New York.

CD is packaged in a standard-sized grey-tray jewel case, along with a 24-page booklet with notes in English and a New World Records advertising insert (3 5/8 x 3 5/8 in.), printed on both sides.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 9322-80629-2 9
  • SPARS Code: DDD