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Morton Subotnick - The Wild Beasts - Landmark Recordings mp3 download
Performer: Morton Subotnick
Title: The Wild Beasts - Landmark Recordings
Released: 2015
Style: Contemporary, Experimental, Musique Concrète
Rating: 4.8/5
Format: MP3 FLAC MOD ADX DTS APE ASF MPC MP1
FLAC size: 1393 mb | MP3 size: 1740 mb | WMA size: 1246 mb

WERGO Records has re-released a collection of landmark recordings by legendary electro-acoustic composer Morton Subotnick. The Wild Beasts (WER 73112) features two of his groundbreaking compositions for instruments and ghost electronics : After The Butterfly for trumpet, instrumental ensemble and electronic ghost score, and the eponymous The Wild Beasts for trombone, piano, and ghost electronics. The recordings were originally released as vinyl LP’s in 1980/1981 on the Nonesuch Records label. After the Butterfly for trumpet, instrumental ensemble and electronic ghost score (1979) After the.

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Tracklist: 01 - After the Butterfly: Cocoon 02 - Butterfly 03 - After the Butterfly 04 - The Wild Beasts. Morton Subotnick is a living legend. A leading innovator of electronic music, he has used many important technological breakthroughs in his work as a composer. This release, originally recorded and released in the 80s on LP by Nonesuch Records, has been specially remastered for this reissue

Songs: 4. Artists: Dane Richards Little. Miles Anderson, Morton Subotnick, Virko Baley - The Wild Beasts 26:53.

Landmark Recordings by Dane Richards Little, James D. Rohrig. Free download and listen Subotnick: The Wild Beasts. Tracks count: 4. Views: 0. Morton Subotnick, Mario Guarneri, Dane Richards Little, Toby L. Holmes, William Edward Powell, James D. Rohrig - After the Butterfly: Cocoon 07:46. Rohrig - After the Butterfly: Butterfly 07:21. Rohrig - After the Butterfly: After the Butterfly 03:21.

Landmark Recordings - After the Butterfly: Cocoon, After the Butterfly: Butterfly, After the Butterfly: After the Butterfly and 4 more tracks from this album here for free. More albums by this artist. After the Butterfly: Cocoon. After the Butterfly: Butterfly. After the Butterfly: After the Butterfly.

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After The Butterfly (18:23)
1 Cocoon 7:46
2 Butterfly 7:21
3 After The Butterfly
Cello – Alan K. Bartholemew*, Dane Richards Little*Clarinet – James D. Rohrig, William Powell Conductor – Morton SubotnickPercussion – Marvin B. Gordy III*Trombone – Jay Charles Bulen*, Toby L. Holmes*Trumpet – Mario Guarneri
3:16
4 The Wild Beasts
Piano – Virko BaleyTrombone – Miles Anderson
26:54

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WERGO Records has re-released a collection of landmark recordings by legendary electro-acoustic composer Morton Subotnick. “The Wild Beasts” (WER 73112) features two of his groundbreaking compositions for instruments and “ghost electronics”: After The Butterfly for trumpet, instrumental ensemble and electronic ghost score, and the eponymous The Wild Beasts for trombone, piano, and ghost electronics. The recordings were originally released as vinyl LP’s in 1980/1981 on the Nonesuch Records label.

After the Butterfly for trumpet, instrumental ensemble and electronic ghost score
After the Butterfly is a concerto-like work for trumpet and an ensemble of seven instruments composed in 1979. In this recording, Mario Guarneri is soloist with an ensemble conducted by Subotnick. The piece is among his earlier works that incorporate “ghost electronics”, technology that allows for real-time processing and manipulation of amplified acoustic instruments in live performance. Independent layers of sound material are subjected to these manipulations, creating complex sonic textures of varying intensities throughout the work.

The Wild Beasts for trombone, piano and ghost electronics
Written in 1978, The Wild Beasts was commissioned by trombonist Miles Anderson and premiered in Valencia, California with pianist Virko Baley that same year. Originally inspired by Les Fauves paintings, The Wild Beasts seeks to create “atmospheres” through gradually transforming sound palettes. The trombonist is required to perform several extended techniques, in addition to the manipulation of ghost electronics, creating an otherworldly sonic atmosphere that unfolds throughout the 27-minute work.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 4 010228 731125
  • Label Code: LC 00846
  • SPARS Code: DDD