Contains 17 pieces and three intersections (inserts). With notes on the edition. Critical commentary and notes on each work.
Commissioned by Bunita Marcus. Dedicated to Francesco Clemente.
In one movement. With a preface by Raoul Mörchen in German, English and French. Composed for the Serge Koussevitsky Foundation in the Library of Congress, and dedicated to the memory of Serge and Natalie Koussevitsky. Scored for flute (piccolo, alto flute), oboe (English horn), clarinet (bass…
Contents: Piano (Three Hands) -- Intermission 5 -- Vertical Thoughts 2 -- Extensions 3 -- Four Instruments -- Intermission 5 -- Piano Piece 1956 A -- Piano Piece 1956 B -- Intersection 3 -- Instruments 1. Artists include Feldman, Cornelius Cardew, David Tudor, and others.
Also in series: Profiles of American composers. DeLio is joined by 6 contributors, including John Cage, & 3 essays by Feldman himself. Music ex., works list, biblio., discography, index. The first comprehensive study of Feldman's work. Also available in paper, Excelsior Publ., 0935016163,$24.95
This look at the music of Feldman approaches his work in chronological order. With a preface by Luigi Pestalozza, introduction, works list, bibliography, music examples, and color plates. Co-published by LIM; LIM ISBN is 978-88-7096-516-2.
In one movement. With program notes. Dedicated to Michael Campbell. Premiered in New York, January 1988. The music reflects Feldman's interest in quiet, sparse events.
This study of the works of Feldman takes particular interest in the ways in which time seems suspended in the music. With an introduction, appendices, bibliography, discography, indices, eight tables and three figures.
This book examines the musical language of Feldman as it developed in the 1950s, a time during which he explored areas of graphic notation and indeterminacy. With a bibliography and index. Figures. Two tables.
An analytical study with 30 figures and music examples.
This four-movement work takes its cue from Feldman in terms of soft dynamics, slow tempi and long tones. While the individual parts are not terribly difficult, a fine sense of ensemble is needed.
Feldman prepared this arrangement for the East Thirteenth Street band, but they never performed or recorded it. The instrumentation is two saxophones, trumpet, trombone, marimba, piano and bass with optional voice. With a preface by Howard Kanovitz. Duration ca. 7 minutes.
Afterword by Frank O' Hara. Feldman's writings are not only about his own music, but about the entire New York School of painters, poets and composers who coalesced in the 1950s, including his friends Jackson Pollock, Philip Guston, Mark Rothko, Frank O'Hara and John Cage.
This disc was recorded live at the 2010 Wien Modern Festival. The musicians present their own unique homage to Morton Feldman. Rosemarie Heggen, double bass; Hilary Jeffery, trombone; Pamelia Kursten, theremin; and Patrick Pulsinger, modular synthesizer.
Contents: Form / Stefan Wolpe -- Piano / Morton Feldman -- Form IV, Broken Sequences / Wolpe -- Variations, Op. 27 / Anton Webern -- Palais de Mari / Feldman.
Composed for guitarist Tom Baker, and inspired by the music and thought of Morton Feldman. The one-movement piece is indeterminate with respect to rhythm and tempo, within some guidelines. With program and performance notes.
This electronica disc is a single track based on Morton Feldman's For Bunita Marcus.
Dedicated to Morton Feldman. A graphic score with one line of pitch material. Includes performance instructions. Printed from manuscript.
The SWR Vokalensemble Stuttgart performs music by Steve Reich, Aaron Copland, John Cage, Morton Feldman, Samuel Barber, and Leonard Bernstein.
Leoson performs music by Askell Masson, Morton Feldman, Xenakis, Poul Ruders, Eckhard Kopetzki, Maki Ishii, and Johan Hammerth. With the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra.
With introduction by the composer. Version for piano solo available, P67493b. Composed in 1989 and dedicated to Morton Feldman. With performance notes. Duration ca. 6 1/2 minutes.
Contents: Clarinet and String Quartet by Morton Feldman; and Quintet for Clarinet and String Quartet by Milton Babbitt. With the Phoenix Ensemble.