A unique and beautiful score in calligraphy of Riley's important work.
This quartet consists of 24 modules which can be repeated as often as possible. The quartet should determine the structure before performance. With performance notes. Printed from manuscript.
The five movements of this piece are titled: Misha's Bear Dance; Ragtempus Fugatis; Venus in '94; Fandango on the Heaven Ladder; and Simone's Lullaby. Riley states that dynamics and phrasing should be worked out by each performer in collaboration with the composer.
A driving quartet with skittering melodic material over rhythmic accompaniments. The music plays with different modes around G. The score is 28 cm and spiral bound; the parts are 33 cm, loose and single-sided.
Commissioned by the International Guitar Festival with assistance from the Arts Council of England and the Augustine Foundation, New York. Special print edition.
In one movement. The music is fast-paced and with a groove. The author of the text is unidentified. Of advanced difficulty. Duration ca. 9 minutes. Custom print edition.
…Senior Lecturer in Music at Goldsmiths College, Univ of London, offers in this book detailed accounts of the four American composers' early works, and how they, La Monte Young, Terry Riley, Steve Reich and Philip Glass contribute to minimalism during the 1960s and early 1970s. Bibl, Disc, Index
With a preface, introduction, appendix, notes, selected bibliography, and index. Figures. Graphs. A study of the genesis, composition, performances, recordings and legacy of this important early work of musical minimalism.
Zofo is the piano duo of Eva-Maria Zimmermann and Keisuke Nakagoshi. Contents: Etude from the Old Country -- Jaztine -- Tango Doble Ladiado -- Half-Wolf Dances Mad in Moonlight -- Simone's Lullaby -- G Song -- Praying Mantis Song -- Waltz for Christmas -- Cinco de Mayo. Includes one CD and one…
Contents: In C -- Sunrise of the planetary dream collector. Performed by the Ragazze Quartet, with Kapok and Slagwerk Den Haag.
In one movement. Dedicated to Gyan Riley. A lilting work for guitar. Of advanced difficulty.
Music by Cornelius Cardew, Terry Riley, Romasz Sikorski, Christian Wolff, and Zygmunt Krauze.
Conceived and produced by John Noise Manis. These sessions were inspired by Terry Riley's In C.
Casoli performs Changes by Elliott Carter; Four to the Sixth Power by John Cage; and three pieces by Terry Riley.
Performers: Darlene Reynard, David Rosenboom, David Shostac, Edward Burnham, Jan Williams, Jerry Kirkbride, Jon Hassell, Lawrence Singer, Margaret Hassell, Stuart Dempster, Terry Riley.
Sostmann plays music by Bach, as well as Sofia Gubaidulina, Arvo Pärt, Xiaoyong Chen, Terry Riley, Henri Dutilleux, and Dimitri Shostakovich.
In one movement. Dedicated to Terry Riley. This work is notated on seven staves, and is not designed to be performed by a person.
Music by Terry Riley, Paul Smadbeck, Dominik Bukowski, Philip Glass, Steve Reich, Eric Satie, kasia Kadlubowska, and Arvo Pärt. With Dominik Bukowski, percussion.
Performed by Gregor Schwellenbach, Hauschka, Erol Sarp, Daniel Brandt, Paul Frick, and John Kameel Farah. This disc also contains Terry Riley's Keyboard Study No. 1.
The author explores the rise of popularity of Indian music in the West, and studies the contributions of Ravi Shankar, Yehudi Menuhin, John Coltrane, George Harrison, Terry Riley, John McLaughlin and many others. With a foreword by Shankar, glossary, bibliography, index and b&w photos.
Three works commissioned by the Kronos Quartet: Sunrise of the Planetary Dream Collector by Terry Riley (1981); Escalay (Water Wheel) by Hamza El Din (1989); and Pannonia Boundless by Aleksandra Vrebalov (1998). With a foreword, comments from the composers and the quartet, and bios.
Reprint of this book on minimalist composers, which had been out of print. Includes chapters on La Monte Young and Terry Riley, Steve Reich, Philip Glass, and more. With an introduction, works list, suggestions for further reading, discography, index, black & white photos and illustrations.
This early work by Riley reveals his interest in rhythm and stasis. Printed from the autograph.