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Ensemble Percussione Ricerca John Cage First Construction

  • Jan Krenz, conductor. Various performers. John Cage, conductor 1. Magne Hegdal, piano 1, 3. Second Construction was composed in and scored for four percussionists.

    Joshua Pierce, conductor. Richard Bunger, prepared piano using the same preparations Jeanne Kirstein did on the Columbia recordings in works of Cage, Harrison and Pellman , tam-tam in Pellman , tape recorder in Bunger. John Heitmann, flute in Wegner. Dolores Stevens, piano in Stout, Wegner and Bunger.

    Joan La Barbara, voice in Harrison. Roberto Fabbriciani, flute tracks Recorded February 10, Giancarlo Cardini, piano tracks 4, 5. Recorded February 17, Enzo Porta, violin tracks 6, 7. Recorded March 3, Sandro Lombardi voice and Renzo Stefani percussion track 5. Enzo Porta, violin track 1. Giorgo Morozzi, piano tracks Fernando Grillo, double bass tracks Orchestre National de France. Manuel Rosenthal, conductor. Jeanne Deroubaix, alto; Ensemble.

    Pierre Boulez, conductor. Hans Rosbaud, conductor. Solistes de choeur de l'ORTF. Carlos Roque Alsina, piano. Jean Martinon, conductor. Isabelle Garcisanz, soprano. Bernard Ballet, percussion. Sinfonia Singers. Orchestre Philharmonique. Luciano Berio, conductor. Orchestra of the Polish Radio and Television.

    Jan Krenz, conductor. Nouvel Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France. Gilbert Amy, conductor. Joshua Pierce, piano. Dorothy Jonas, piano tracks , , , David Gold, viola track 4. Dave Eggar, cello track 4. Tom Goldstein, bells track 4. Johnny Reinhard, bassoon track 5. Jodi Beder, cello track Johnny Reinhard, bassoon. John Nelson, trumpet. David Eggar, cello.

    Andrew Bolotowsky, flute. Gregor Kitzis, violin. CD1: track Text by Margaret Laurence track 5 , Jack Behrens, piano all tracks. Track 3: John Cage, narrator. Track 5: Margaret Laurence, narrator. Tina Fedeski, flute. Jason Hall, clarinet. Marie-Pierre Vendome, violin. Peter Parthun, cello. Brigitte Poulin, piano. Peter Roggenkamp, prepared piano 1,2 ; Schola Cantorum Stuttgart. Clytus Gottwald, leader. John Cage, voice 3,4. Magne Hegdal, piano 1, 3.

    Dag Arild Espeseth, assistant 1. Christian Eggen, conductor 1, 2, 4. Orchestra of St. Margaret Leng-Tan, prepared piano. Burgess Meredith, narrator in Works of Calder. John Cage, percussion in Works of Calder. Fred Heinle, announcer. Burton Fisch, William Gromko, violas. Joan Brockway, cello. Andrew Lolya, alto flute. Melvyn Broiles, trumpet. Albert Kaufman, clarinet. John Cage, conductor 1. David Tudor, piano. Paul Price, conductor. John Cage, piano 1. John Cage, piano.

    Anahid Ajemian, violin. Albert Kaufman, clarinet in B flat. Andrew Lolya, alto flute, flute and piccolo. Allan Martin, Isadore Cohen, violins. Jesse Taiko, double bass. Sy Schwartzberg, bassoon and baritone saxophone. Frank Rehak, sliding trombone. Don Butterfield, tubas in F and B flat. Merce Cunningham, conductor. Joshua Pierce, piano , DX-7 synthesizer 5 , prepared piano Dorothy Jonas, piano Andrew Bolotowsky, tin flute 5.

    Lenora Cox, violin II. Daniel Heim, viola. David Beem, cello 6. Gunnar Westberg, piano. Sig Bergman, prepared piano. Tove Ullman, carillon. Electronic and instrumental ensembles. Carl Bjornsson, conductor.

    Johnny Reinhard, bassoon tracks 23, Mike Ellis, saxophone track Francis Marcoux, guitar and electric guitar. Jean Desrochers, guitar and charango.

    London Sinfonietta. Jurgen Hempel, conductor. Stefan Asbury, conductor. Clive Williamson, piano. Rolf Hind, piano. Simon Haram, saxophone. Clio Gould, violin. Aphex Twin. Pieter Wispelwey, violoncello. Brett Dean, viola, sampler. Simon Hunt, sampler. Michael Askill, percussion.

    Stefan de Leval Jezierski, french horn. Members of the Nederlands Kamerkoor. Joanna MacGregor, piano. Player I: North West Indian rattle wooden , 5 graduated tin cans , 3 graduated drums tom toms , claves , large Chinese cymbal suspended , maracas , teponaztli. Player II: 3 graduated drums tom toms , 5 graduated tin cans, claves, 2 cowbells , Indo-Chinese rattle wooden, with many separate chambers , lion's roar. Player III: 3 graduated drums tom toms , tambourine , 5 graduated tin cans, quijadas , claves, cricket callers split bamboo , conch shell.

    Player IV: tin can with tacks rattle , 5 graduated tin cans, claves, maracas, 3 graduated drums tom toms , wooden ratchet , bass drum roar. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Archived from the original on Retrieved Routledge, Perspectives of New Music. Perspectives of New Music, Vol. John Cage. Imaginary Landscapes No. The Revenge of the Dead Indians Namespaces Article Talk.

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  • Amadinda Percussion Group. Orero tracks 2, 4, , Rafael Ferrus track Carles Santos, prepared piano in 'Amores'. Paul Price, conductor A1, 2, 4. CD2: David Tudor, piano 3. Christoph Caskel, percussion Aloys Kontarsky, piano, woodblocks 2. Eastman Chamber Percussion Ensemble. Maro Ajemian, piano in Invocations and prepared piano in Cage. Alan Hovhaness, Chinese gong and drums in Invocations , piano in Mihr.

    Director: Hubert Stuppner. Piano: Andrea Bambace. Special guests on track 1: Walter Daga, violin. Emilio Galante, flute. Mauro Pedron, clainet. Ottokar Drapal, clarinet. Rainer Keuschnig, piano. Dora Filippone, guitar. Lucia Donnini, piano. Colin Piper, percussion, piano in Amores. Manuela Wiesler, flute.

    Richard Pilat, prepared piano. Various performers. Richard Orton, prepared piano, conductor. Jean-Yves Bosseur, concept and artistic direction. Dominique Lambert, sound engineer and electro-acoustic realization. Joshua Pierce, prepared piano. Joshua Pierce, piano and prepared piano. Jay Clayton, voice in She is Asleep.

    Joshua Pierce, conductor. Richard Bunger, prepared piano using the same preparations Jeanne Kirstein did on the Columbia recordings in works of Cage, Harrison and Pellman , tam-tam in Pellman , tape recorder in Bunger.

    John Heitmann, flute in Wegner. Dolores Stevens, piano in Stout, Wegner and Bunger. Joan La Barbara, voice in Harrison. Roberto Fabbriciani, flute tracks Recorded February 10, Giancarlo Cardini, piano tracks 4, 5. Recorded February 17, Enzo Porta, violin tracks 6, 7.

    Recorded March 3, Sandro Lombardi voice and Renzo Stefani percussion track 5. Enzo Porta, violin track 1. Giorgo Morozzi, piano tracks Fernando Grillo, double bass tracks Orchestre National de France.

    Manuel Rosenthal, conductor. Jeanne Deroubaix, alto; Ensemble. Pierre Boulez, conductor. Hans Rosbaud, conductor. Solistes de choeur de l'ORTF. Carlos Roque Alsina, piano. Jean Martinon, conductor. Isabelle Garcisanz, soprano. Bernard Ballet, percussion. Sinfonia Singers. Orchestre Philharmonique. Luciano Berio, conductor. Orchestra of the Polish Radio and Television.

    Jan Krenz, conductor. Nouvel Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France. Gilbert Amy, conductor. Joshua Pierce, piano. Dorothy Jonas, piano tracks , , , David Gold, viola track 4. Dave Eggar, cello track 4. Tom Goldstein, bells track 4. Johnny Reinhard, bassoon track 5. Jodi Beder, cello track Johnny Reinhard, bassoon.

    John Nelson, trumpet. David Eggar, cello. Andrew Bolotowsky, flute. Gregor Kitzis, violin. CD1: track Text by Margaret Laurence track 5 , Jack Behrens, piano all tracks.

    Track 3: John Cage, narrator. Track 5: Margaret Laurence, narrator. Tina Fedeski, flute. Jason Hall, clarinet. Marie-Pierre Vendome, violin. Peter Parthun, cello. Brigitte Poulin, piano. Peter Roggenkamp, prepared piano 1,2 ; Schola Cantorum Stuttgart. Clytus Gottwald, leader. John Cage, voice 3,4. Magne Hegdal, piano 1, 3. Dag Arild Espeseth, assistant 1. Christian Eggen, conductor 1, 2, 4. Orchestra of St. Margaret Leng-Tan, prepared piano.

    Burgess Meredith, narrator in Works of Calder. John Cage, percussion in Works of Calder. Fred Heinle, announcer. Burton Fisch, William Gromko, violas. Joan Brockway, cello. Andrew Lolya, alto flute. Melvyn Broiles, trumpet. Albert Kaufman, clarinet. John Cage, conductor 1. David Tudor, piano. Paul Price, conductor. John Cage, piano 1.

    John Cage, piano. Anahid Ajemian, violin. Albert Kaufman, clarinet in B flat. Andrew Lolya, alto flute, flute and piccolo. Allan Martin, Isadore Cohen, violins. Jesse Taiko, double bass. Sy Schwartzberg, bassoon and baritone saxophone. Frank Rehak, sliding trombone. Don Butterfield, tubas in F and B flat.

    Merce Cunningham, conductor. Joshua Pierce, piano , DX-7 synthesizer 5 , prepared piano Instrumentation: [1]. Player I: North West Indian rattle wooden , 5 graduated tin cans , 3 graduated drums tom toms , claves , large Chinese cymbal suspended , maracas , teponaztli. Player II: 3 graduated drums tom toms , 5 graduated tin cans, claves, 2 cowbells , Indo-Chinese rattle wooden, with many separate chambers , lion's roar.

    Player III: 3 graduated drums tom toms , tambourine , 5 graduated tin cans, quijadas , claves, cricket callers split bamboo , conch shell. Player IV: tin can with tacks rattle , 5 graduated tin cans, claves, maracas, 3 graduated drums tom toms , wooden ratchet , bass drum roar.

    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Archived from the original on Retrieved Routledge, Perspectives of New Music. Perspectives of New Music, Vol. John Cage. Imaginary Landscapes No. The Revenge of the Dead Indians Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history.