Started by Walt, May 12, 2008, 09:27:14 AM
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Quote from: some guy on October 19, 2015, 08:29:57 AMAnd Torut, dear patient Torut. My life has been nothing but unremitting turmoil for the last couple of years. No sympathy, though. It was all my choice, and I'm happy with my decisions. But things have been tumultuous enough that posting to Asymmetry has been the last thing on my mind. santantonio's blog is so sweet, too, there's even less incentive for me. Be fair, when I was the only game in town, there was very little incentive. And now?
Quote from: Mandryka on February 06, 2021, 09:04:34 AMhttps://www.youtube.com/v/CgXpT8gpfP4Fabulous new discovery for me here. Does anyone know anything about Denis Smalley? Is this an outlier or has he written other music like this?
Quote from: MDL on May 13, 2008, 04:12:54 AMNono's A Floresta è jovem e cheja de vida, for tape, soprano, clarinet and metal plates, is a beautiful and devastating comment on the Vietnam War. Unfortunately, the DG recording has never been issued on CD. The Mode recording just doesn't have quite the impact, although it's still worth hearing. His Un Volto del Mare is an intense, lyrical blending of electronic sounds and female vocals, which, again, has not emerged on CD as far as I know.
Quote from: amw on February 06, 2021, 03:12:51 PMHe's great. Probably New Zealand's best composer. I like everything I've heard from him, which has unfortunately been very little; the standout work is Tides, I think.
Quote from: pjme on May 11, 2023, 03:51:29 AMI have no idea, but enjoyed looking around...... I found these:Dernier Matin d'Edgar� �Allan Poefrom Tinguely 1967 by Luc Ferrarihttps://noname1111.bandcamp.com/track/dernier-matin-dedgar-allan-poe-2Henri Pousseur:Tales and Songs from the Bible of Hell (1979) 27'[musique électro-acoustique avec quatre voix électrifiées en temps réel.]d'après William Blake et Edgar Allan PoeCréation en 1980 par l'Ensemble vocal Electric Phoenix de Londreshttps://youtu.be/S0yB4XIhX_kGuy Reibel:https://electrocd.com/en/album/5226/guy-reibel/variations-en-etoile-deux-etudes-auxSuite pour Edgar Poe (1973)Contes d'E. A. Poe:Bérénice Annabel Lee Silence Ombre
Quote from: Mandryka on February 22, 2021, 07:02:45 AMThe image is bad, Françoise Barrière's Scènes des Voyages d'Ulysse.Absolutely bloody amazing recording this, Françoise Barrière is just incredibly talented at making collages, it has all the spirituality of Stockhausen's Hymnen III - and French sensuality and finesse.
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