Contents: Absolutely Free -- America Drinks & Goes Home -- Brown Shoes Don't Make It -- Can I Help You With This Dummy -- Excerpt From Music For Electric Violin And Low-Budget Symphony Orchestra -- The Girl, In A Statement To The Press, Explains -- How Could I Be Such A Fool -- I'm Not Satisfied --…
This book examines the pop and rock music of Zappa, and discusses the composer's place as a satirist, cultural critic and progressive rocker. With an introduction, notes, bibliography and index.
The first paperback edition of this study of the work of the great iconoclast musician Zappa. With a new introduction and the original introduction; discography; notes; bibliography; and index.
Contents: Sonata for Cello and Piano in A minor, Op. 36 / by Grieg -- Intermezzo / by Grieg -- Four Pieces, Op. 78 / by Sibelius -- Two Pieces, Op. 77 / by Siblelius -- Malinconia, Op. 20 / by Sibelius. With Massimiliano Mainnolfi, piano.
Prokofiev: Sonata For Cello & Piano In C Major, Op. 119 -- Shostakovich: Sonata For Cello & Piano In D Minor, Op. 40 -- Schnittke: Sonata For Cello & Piano No. 1. With Massimiliano Mainolfi, piano.
Commissioned by the Concours de guitare classique d'Ile-de-France.
Goebbels: Suite for Sampler and Orchestra. Zappa: The Dog Breath Variations/Uncle Meat -- Dupree's Paradise -- The Perfect Stranger -- G-spot Tornado -- Revised Music for Low Budget Orchestra. Thomas Sondergard conducts the Norwegian Radio Orchestra. Hybrid SACD.
This is the first academic volume on the music of Zappa. Twelve articles examine various aspects of his life and music, from specific songs and albums to overall cultural legacy. With an introduction, bibliography and index. Two figures. Three music examples. One table.
A documentary about Zappa's record labels, which he began in 1968, and the artists which populated them.
Zappa performs Martinu's Cello Sonata No. 1, H. 277; Cello Sonata No. 2, H. 286; and Cello Sonata No. 3, H. 340. With Massimiliano Mainolfi, piano.
This book addresses many facets of the life and career of the iconoclastic musician Zappa. Includes chapters on his early life, his relationship to the record industry, playing his music, his visual productions, humor and satire, bootlegs, and much more. With a foreword, introduction, bibliography,…
Contents: Andy -- Can't Afford No Shoes -- Evelyn, A Modified Dog -- Florentine Pogen -- Inca Roads -- Po-Jama People -- San Ber'dino -- Sofa No. 1 -- Sofa No. 2. With a foreword by Steve Vai.
Four discs and 62 works as performed by the late pianist Mikhashoff. The recordings represent a wide variety of styles, genres and composers.
Music from Zappa's 1975 tour. Featuring Captain Beefheart.
Siblings Daria Zappa, violin and Mattia Zappa, cello perform music by Massimiliano Matesic, Reinhold Gliere, Martin Wettstein, Erwin Schulhoff and Handel.
This video was produced and edited by Zappa as a television special.
This group combines influences from Zappa to gypsy, from classical music to electronica, and more.
Harvey plays his own collection of music in homage to Frank Zappa.
In three movements. With editor's notes. This is the fourth of six trio sonatas which comprise Zappa's Op. 3. This first edition is based on two different manuscript sources.
Contents: Camarillo Brillo (3:59) -- I'm the Slime (3:34) -- Dirty Love (2:58) -- Fifty-Fifty (6:09) -- Zomby Woof (5:10) -- Dinah Moe Humm (6:01) -- Montana (6:35).
Contents: Uncle Meat: Main Title Theme (1:56) -- The Voice of Cheese (:26) -- Nine Types of Industrial Pollution (6:00) -- Zolar Czakl (:54) -- Dog Breath, in the Year of the Plague (3:59) -- The Legend of the Golden Arches (3:28) -- Louie Louie (At the Royal Albert Hall in London) [Live] (2:19) --…
In two movements: 1. Andante -- 2. Allegro. With editor's notes. This is the first edition of this work, which is the first of six trio sonatas which comprise Zappa's Op. 3. This edition does not contain a realization of the continuo part. Duration ca. 13 minutes.