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The Legacy Of Cornelius Cardew.

Publisher: Ashgate
ISBN13: 9781409448105

Cardew was a key figure in British avant garde music, as well as a committed political activist. His music reflected his leftist beliefs. This book looks at his life and work. With a preface, bibliography and index. Figures.


Grand Tour / John Tilbury and Zygmunt Krauze, Piano. [CD]

Publisher: Dux

Music by Cornelius Cardew, Terry Riley, Romasz Sikorski, Christian Wolff, and Zygmunt Krauze.


Impossible Riddles Quintet : Quintet For Piano and String Quartet.

Publisher: Da Vinci Edition

In one movement. Dedicated to Cornelius Cardew. This work features a florid piano part, while the string quartet takes a more supporting role.


Prose Collection.

Publisher: Frog Peak Music

A set of text pieces: some of them anecdotal, not unlike the concurrent work o Cornelius Cardew's Scratch Orchestra; others more suggestive of contemplation or disciplined group improvisation, as in Stockhausen's "Aus dem Sieben Tagen. Discussed in Michael Nyman's book "Experimental Music."


Walking Still. [CD]

Publisher: Innova Recordings

The highlight of this disc is a complete recording of Treatise by Cornelius Cardew. The disc also includes music by Mark Applebaum, Ronald Kuivila, Pauline Oliveros, Lauren Redhead, and Michael Parsons.


Morton Feldman. [CD]

Publisher: Edition Rz

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.


Free Improvisation : History and Perspectives / Ed. Alessandro Sbordoni and Antonio Rostagno.

Publisher: Libreria Musicale Italiana
ISBN13: 9788870969665

Articles study of the philosophical and theoretical aspects of the free improvisation movement of the 1960s and '70s, as seen in the music of composers such as Giacento Scelsi, Cornelius Cardew, Walter Branchi, Alvin Curran, and others. With an introduction and index.

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