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- Composed By – Morton Feldman
- Glockenspiel, Vibraphone, Marimba, Chimes – Jan Williams
- Piano, Celesta – Nils Vigeland
- Piccolo Flute, Flute, Flute [Alto] – Eberhard Blum
- Producer – Pia & Werner X. Uehlinger
- Recorded By, Mastered By [CD-Master] – Peter Pfister
- Typography, Design – Ann Holyoke Lehmann
NotesFor Philip Guston for piccolo/flute/alto flute, piano/celesta, and glockenspiel/vibraphone/marimba/chimes.
Digital recording: 19-21 August 1991, Slee Concert Hall, University at Buffalo, New York.
The index points throughout the recording are provided for convenience of reference and are not indications of divisions in the work.
The catalog numbers on the discs are "hat ART CD 4-61041", "hat ART CD 4-61042", "hat ART CD 4-61043" and "hat ART CD 4-61044".
- Barcode: 7 619925 610428
- Recorded At – Slee Hall
- Record Company – Hat Hut Records Ltd.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Hat Hut Records Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – Hat Hut Records Ltd.
Short introAlbum Themes. Morton Feldman, Petr Kotik, . Morton Feldman: For Philip Guston. For Phillip Guston, Pt. Morton Feldman. Ensemble, Morton Feldman, Petr Kotik. For Philip Guston: I. Dorothy Stone. Feldman: For Philip Guston. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist Sample. For Philip Guston pp. Album Only. For Philip Guston p. 24 Fade-Out. Morton Feldman For Philip Guston 1984. CD 1 73: 18 CD 2 70: 53 CD 3 70: 41 CD 4 73: 26. Ensemble Petr Kotik, flute, alto flute, piccolo Joseph Kubera, piano, celeste Chris Nappi, vibraphone, marimbaphone, glockenspiel, chimes Recorded: 1995 WA BONE. For Philip Guston. Play album. Get album. Morton Feldman born January 12, 1926, died September 3, 1987 was an American composer. He is best known for his instrumental pieces which are frequently written for unusual groups of inst read more. He is best known for his instrumental pieces which are frequently written for unusual groups of instruments, feature isolated, carefully chosen, p read more. Philip Guston. Feldmans music is a difficult beast to grasp, at first. What instantly clashes to a first-time listener is the sheer nuance present in his music. As may be assumed by the reader, the piece is a work dedicated to Feldmans close friend, Philip Guston, who had passed away shortly before its conception. Guston was a painter most known for depicting simplified, almost grotesque every-day figures with a limited palette. His unique tone and revolutionary style eventually gained him much recognition, although his representational artwork was not understood or praised as it conceptualized. Feldmans grief is evident throughout the entire piece. This article presents a complete list of compositions by American composer Morton Feldman, organized by instrumentation. There are about 184 compositions in total. Within each category, the works are arranged chronologically by year of composition. Note that works for piano solo or, for example, cello solo are in the solo instrumental category, however, works for 2 or more pianos 2 or more cellos, etc. are in the chamber category. MORTON FELDMAN: FOR PHILIP GUSTON NEW CD Condition: Brand New. Time left: 24d 15h 32m 59s Ships to: Worldwide. Higher ranked This album 11,661st Lower ranked 13,132nd -For Philip Guston The California EAR UnitRothko Chapel Why Patterns Upcoming concerts. Includes remarks by the composer and Feldman photo-montage on Enhanced CD. Enhanced Track for Windows 95, 3. 1 and Apple Macintosh Platforms. This recording was made possible in part by a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts. for flute, percussion and piano. Duration: 240. Soloists: Instrumentation details: flute also Afl, perc glockenspiel, vibaphon, marimba, tubular bellsn: 1 player and pno also celesta. Choir: Roles. For Philip Guston score for flute alto flute, percussion glockenspiel, vibraphone, marimbaphone, tubular bells: 1 player and piano celesta UE17967. More info. License requestTranslation, prints and more. Approval of arrangements & translations. License for the use of music in films. Album 1991 16 Songs. Morton Feldman: Why Patterns, Crippled Symmetry. The New York School. Japan Flute 1997. The New York School 2
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