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Tracklist

1Igor I Am A Fool, I Slap Myself
2David BeardsleyScience Friction
3Steven Dressler Salty Old Man Of The Sea
4Tim Smith Rooms
5Brian DornbachThank You Mr. Mao
6Karl FuryNo Direction
7Jemy FukashGuide To Living: Level 1 Exterminating Sheep

Notes

A Recital Without Musicians Of Electro Acoustic Music. All pieces created, produced, and engineered by the respective artists for the Trenton (New Jersey) Avant Garde Festival 1995.

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It features Coltrane playing several compositions by Ornette Coleman accompanied by the members of Coleman's quartet: Cherry, Charlie Haden, and Ed Blackwell. The album was assembled from two unissued recording sessions at Atlantic Studios in New York City in 1960. The Avant-garde World of Musique Concrete. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Performer: Various Genre: Electronic Album: The Trenton Avant Garde Festival Presents: A Recital Without Musicians Released: 1995 Style: Abstract, Experimental. Free Download links. MP3 version ZIP size: 1876 mb FLAC version RAR size: 1810 mb WMA version ZIP size: 1118 mb. All pieces created, produced, and engineered by the respective artists for the Trenton New Jersey Avant Garde Festival 1995. Tracks In This Album. I Am A Fool, I Slap Myself - Igor. Rooms - Tim Smith. Salty Old Man Of The Sea - Steven Dressler. Science Friction - David Beardsley. Thank You Mr. Mao - Brian Dornbach. No Direction - Karl Fury. Guide To Living: Level 1 Exterminating Sheep - Jemy Fukash. Similar Artists. avant-garde of the 1950s and 1960s paralleled those of the 1920s: new colonial wars and occupations, the Cold War, the struggle for racial equality, demands for gender equality, and the unraveling of some settled social conventions. This created a different avant-garde, reflected uncertainty and anguish instead of the modernist optimism of the 1920s. most potent expression of these trends was found in two twentieth-century forms: film and jazz. The New Wave cinema from France and Italy examined confusion and desperation. Avant Garde Film Festival, Raleigh, North Carolina. AGIFF7 2015 Raleigh, NC, USA. In my last column, I wrote about how Indian independent musicians have embraced virtual concerts to make up for the lack of live music gigs, which are their prime source of income. I outlined how theyve been struggling to find ways to monetise these online performances, something that has just got more difficult for indie music promoters after the Indian Performing Rights Society announced that its now mandatory for organisers to obtain a licence for a livestream, the cost of which starts at Rs 20,000 for a free, ad-supported or. As part of the service, the Art Unites team guides musicians on how to set up. The avant-garde are people or works that are experimental, radical, or unorthodox with respect to art, culture, or society. It is frequently characterized by aesthetic innovation and initial unacceptability. The avant-garde pushes the boundaries of what is accepted as the norm or the status quo, primarily in the cultural realm. The avant-garde is considered by some to be a hallmark of modernism, as distinct from postmodernism. Many artists have aligned themselves with the avant-garde movement, and. The October Revolution in Jazz & Contemporary Music, a four-day festival in Philadelphia, wrapped up its first night with a performance by the Sun Ra Collerd for The New York Times. By Giovanni Russonello. There were no discussions or other acknowledgments of the politics of music making or the ways musicians might assert creative freedom off the bandstand. Ars Novas intent, instead, seemed to be twofold: pulling together various strands of American experimentalism that have blossomed in microscenes across the country, and raising the technical bar for the presentation of avant-garde music on institutional stages

Various - The Trenton Avant Garde Festival Presents: A Recital Without Musicians mp3

Performer: Various

Title: The Trenton Avant Garde Festival Presents: A Recital Without Musicians

Country: US

Release date: 1995

Label: IMMP

Style: Abstract, Experimental

Genre: Electronic

Size MP3: 2496 mb

Rating: 4.1 / 5

Votes: 243

Record source: Cassette, Album, Stereo

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Side One
I am a Fool, I Slap Myself - Igor Thomas Myernick
Rooms - Tim Smith
Salty Old Man of the Sea - Steven Dressler
Science Friction - David Beardsley

Side Two
Thank You Mr. Mao - Brian Dornbach
No Direction - Karl Fury
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A Recital Without Musicians
September 9, 1995, 3:00 p.m.
Trenton N.J.

Igor Thomas Myernick - I am a Fool, I Slap Myself
This piece is percussion oriented. It was created in August 1995 for the Trenton Avant Garde Festival. It is in five segued sections. It features vocal and body percussion, scraping and tapping of various drums and items such as pots, cardboard boxes, toys and learning gamelan. I also utilized a sampling drum machine. The piece was recorded in my home studio. On many occasions I had to turn off the air conditioning so that the microphone would not pick up the sound that it makes. Because of this I suffered greatly.

Tim Smith - Rooms
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Steven Dressler - Salty Old Man of the Sea
Instruments: harmonium, model canon, Casio SK-1, bongos, donkey, stupaphone, autoharp, intersound, Hohner organ, kazoo, electronically simulated voice (jiggled microphone wire). The first section of the piece can be outlined as the following: tension is introduced by the first donkey bray. It is interrupted by the stupaphone (a yard sale brass instrument, resembling a primitive, oversized, valveless french horn). Following a brief autoharp solo, motion continues where it left off. The second donkey bray brings a deceptive resolution, the third call is the final release. A watery wave atmosphere is then created by the intersound, a spring reverb so idiosyncratic, it deserves to be credited as an instrument unto itself. The second part of the piece is a bid to enter the community of modern dub and high tech record makers.

David Beardsley - Science Friction
Science Friction uses the ratios of just intonation and rhythm as compositional elements. The tuning used: 1/1, 17/16, 9/8, 19/16, 5/4, 21/16, 11/8, 3/2, 13/8, 27/16, 7/4, 15/8. The composition was realized at Endorphin Computer Music Studios, Rahway, N.J.

Brian Dornbach - Thank You Mr. Mao
Soon after June the 1st 1989, the first of many versions of this piece was recorded. During the next 6 years, many reworkings were done. As I had an opportunity to record a piece for the Trenton Avant Garde Festival, I decided to start over again on Mr. Mao. In the end, the benefit of purpose and more importantly a deadline were to be the main factors in an end product I was really satisfied with. The piece was recorded at Wire Rope Studios.

Karl Fury - No Direction
Mr. Fury is a local guitarist/composer. He utilizes acoustic, electric and MIDI guitars in various styles and has been doing so for 25 years. No Direction is scored for a large ensemble of woodwinds, strings and pitched percussion. It combines minimalist and strong melodic elements. The piece was realized with electronic instruments and computer.

Jemy Fükash - Guide to Living: Level 1 - Exterminating Sheep
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The Rollers of Vildar
Side One
I am a Fool, I Slap Myself - Igor Thomas Myernick
Rooms - Tim Smith
Salty Old Man of the Sea - Steven Dressler
Science Friction - David Beardsley

Side Two
Thank You Mr. Mao - Brian Dornbach
No Direction - Karl Fury
Guide to Living: Level 1, Exterminating Sheep - Jemy Fükash

The Trenton Avant Garde Festival Composer's series
A Recital Without Musicians
September 9, 1995, 3:00 p.m.
Trenton N.J.

Igor Thomas Myernick - I am a Fool, I Slap Myself
This piece is percussion oriented. It was created in August 1995 for the Trenton Avant Garde Festival. It is in five segued sections. It features vocal and body percussion, scraping and tapping of various drums and items such as pots, cardboard boxes, toys and learning gamelan. I also utilized a sampling drum machine. The piece was recorded in my home studio. On many occasions I had to turn off the air conditioning so that the microphone would not pick up the sound that it makes. Because of this I suffered greatly.

Tim Smith - Rooms
The piece is about contrasts. As if going into different rooms of a house. The piece utilizes voice, synths and computer. It was recorded at home on a four track tape recorder.

Steven Dressler - Salty Old Man of the Sea
Instruments: harmonium, model canon, Casio SK-1, bongos, donkey, stupaphone, autoharp, intersound, Hohner organ, kazoo, electronically simulated voice (jiggled microphone wire). The first section of the piece can be outlined as the following: tension is introduced by the first donkey bray. It is interrupted by the stupaphone (a yard sale brass instrument, resembling a primitive, oversized, valveless french horn). Following a brief autoharp solo, motion continues where it left off. The second donkey bray brings a deceptive resolution, the third call is the final release. A watery wave atmosphere is then created by the intersound, a spring reverb so idiosyncratic, it deserves to be credited as an instrument unto itself. The second part of the piece is a bid to enter the community of modern dub and high tech record makers.

David Beardsley - Science Friction
Science Friction uses the ratios of just intonation and rhythm as compositional elements. The tuning used: 1/1, 17/16, 9/8, 19/16, 5/4, 21/16, 11/8, 3/2, 13/8, 27/16, 7/4, 15/8. The composition was realized at Endorphin Computer Music Studios, Rahway, N.J.

Brian Dornbach - Thank You Mr. Mao
Soon after June the 1st 1989, the first of many versions of this piece was recorded. During the next 6 years, many reworkings were done. As I had an opportunity to record a piece for the Trenton Avant Garde Festival, I decided to start over again on Mr. Mao. In the end, the benefit of purpose and more importantly a deadline were to be the main factors in an end product I was really satisfied with. The piece was recorded at Wire Rope Studios.

Karl Fury - No Direction
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