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Morton Feldman - Joan La Barbara - Three Voices (For Joan La Barbara) mp3 album

  • Performer: Morton Feldman
  • Title: Three Voices (For Joan La Barbara)
  • Genre: Audiobooks / Classical
  • Formats: AUD AA MPC MP2 VOX XM VQF
  • Released: 1989
  • Style: Contemporary, Poetry
  • MP3 album: 1734 mb
  • FLAC album: 1450 mb
  • Rating: 4.8/5
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Morton Feldman - Joan La Barbara - Three Voices (For Joan La Barbara) mp3 album

Three Voices" composed for Joan La Barbara and completed April 15, 1982, uses delicate repeating patterns of precise pitches and rhythms and is indicated to be sung very softly (ppp). It is a setting of fragments from the poem, "Wind", by Frank O'Hara (dedicated to Morton Feldman). The composition is sung in vocalise until just before the midpoint of the piece when the text appears. It was first performed in March 1983 at the California Institute of the Arts in Valencia.

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Feldman in turn wrote Three Voices, based on the text of "Wind," which he dedicated to vocalist/composer Joan La Barbara, who performs the work in this recording. The end result of all this mutual goodwill is a riveting piece of music. The three voices in question perform a cappella, beginning with a wordless vocal pattern that gradually articulates itself into fragments of the O'Hara poem. Like most of Morton Feldman's mature work, Three Voices for Joan La Barbara rewards the attentive listener with an astonishing range of rhythms, textures, and emotions.

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Free download and listen Three Voices For Joan La Barbara. Morton Feldman - Slow Waltz 05:07. Morton Feldman - A Non Accented Legato 01:15. Morton Feldman - Legato 03:30. Morton Feldman - Whisper 02:28. Morton Feldman - Slow Waltz And Ending 06:20.

Three Voices (for Joan La Barbara).

From the album Three Voices for Joan La Barbara. Released in 1989 by New Albion (US). Three Voices For Joan La Barbara. The Orchard Music (от лица компании "New Albion Records"). Автовоспроизведение Если функция включена, то следующий ролик начнет воспроизводиться автоматически.

Morton Feldman - Opening 02:25. Morton Feldman - Chords 02:16. Morton Feldman - Snow Falls 02:23.

Tracklist

Three Voices (49:48)
1 Opening 2:25
2 Legato 11:47
3 Slow Waltz 5:08
4 First Words 12:14
5 Whisper 2:28
6 Chords 2:16
7 A Non Accented Legato 1:15
8 Snow Falls 2:24
9 Legato 3:30
10 Slow Waltz And Ending 6:21

Credits

  • Composed By – Morton Feldman
  • Engineer [Recording] – Pamela Neal
  • Lyrics By – Frank O'Hara
  • Mastered By – Steve Hall
  • Mixed By – Michael Hoenig
  • Producer – Foster Reed, Michael Hoenig
  • Voice – Joan La Barbara

Notes

"Three Voices" composed for Joan La Barbara and completed April 15, 1982, uses delicate repeating patterns of precise pitches and rhythms and is indicated to be sung very softly (ppp). It is a setting of fragments from the poem, "Wind", by Frank O'Hara (dedicated to Morton Feldman). The composition is sung in vocalise until just before the midpoint of the piece when the text appears. It was first performed in March 1983 at the California Institute of the Arts in Valencia.

Total time: 49:48

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  • Barcode: 022551001824




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