Michael Sahl / J.K. Randall / Paul Zukofsky - A Mitzvah For The Dead For Violin And Tape / Lyric Variations For Violin And Computer FLAC album
Lyric Variations part 1 of 2, . Thus, strictly speaking my "instrument of performance" was not just the computer, but the computer plus the converter plus some ordinary stereo tape playback equipment which introduces actual sound into the process (for the first time) by playing back the converter-produced musical tape.
Paul Zukofsky (born October 22, 1943, Brooklyn, New York, USA – died June 6, 2017, Hong Kong, China) was an American violinist and conductor, known for his work in the field of contemporary classical music. The son of poet Louis Zukofsky and musician and composer, Celia Zukofsky. Paul gave his first public concert at the age of 6 and began studying with Ivan Galamian the next year. His passion for violin continued throughout his life and his repertoire included Bach, Beethoven and Mozart, while also promoting 20th century composers such as John Cage, Philip Glass, Charles Wuorinen and others.
He has composed for piano, voice, violin and computer, marimba and violin ( Svejk ), saxophone and percussion, C-Sound, and most recently for Midi. Writing words, and especially words about, or reflective of, music, has been focal for Mr. Randall, as exemplified in Compose Yourself and Being About Music (2 vols. with Benjamin Boretz). Varianti: Stai visualizzando tutto . J. K. Randall, J. Randall, P.
Zukofsky studied violin with Ivan Galamian at the Juilliard School of Music. He won the Young Concert Artists International Auditions in 1965. Labeled a "child prodigy", Zukofsky made his public debut at the age of nine playing the first movement of Mozart’s violin concerto No. 3. Aged 13, he gave his debut recital in Carnegie Hall. Capriccio for violin & orchestra ; De natura sonoris, Krzysztof Penderecki (1968) Richard Hoffmann: String trio (1969) Michael Sahl: Mitzvah for the dead, for violin and tape (1969) Roger Sessions, Piano sonata no. 3 - Charles Wuorinen: Duo for violin and piano (1971) Paul Zukofsky: New music for chamber orchestra (1972) George Crumb: Black angels - Charles Jones: String quartet no. 6 (1972) Elliott Carter: Double concerto.
Michael Sahl: Mitzvah for the dead, for violin and tape (1969). Roger Sessions, Piano sonata no. 3 - Charles Wuorinen: Duo for violin and piano (1971). Paul Zukofsky: New music for chamber orchestra (1972). George Crumb: Black angels - Charles Jones: String quartet no. 6 (1972). Elliott Carter: Double concerto for harpsichord and piano with two chamber orchestras; Duo for violin and piano (1975). Paul Zukofsky: Library of Congress Music Division concert, 1975-10-31, 3:00 . Paul Zukofsky: Library of Congress Music Division concert, 1976-02-27 (1976). Paul Zukofsky: Min-On Contemporary Music Festival '83 (1993). Benjamin Boretz: Group variations II for computer - J. Randall: Lyric variations for violin and computer (1993). Paul Zukofsky: Sessions, Mennin, Blackwood (2002). Paul Zukofsky: Shapey, Riegger, Piston, Crumb, Sollberger, Berger (2002).
Listen to Paul Zukofsky Radio, free! Stream songs by Paul Zukofsky & similar artists plus get the latest info on Paul Zukofsky! . Violinist, conductor, and chamber musician Paul Zukofsky was generally associated with the advancement and performance of modern music, having premiered and recorded works by Wuorinen, Glass, Carter, Babbitt, and numerous other 20th century composers. But he also divulged a sympathy for the music of Bach in his well-received recordings of the solo sonatas and partitas. Zukofsky showed interest in music before the age of three and started taking his first lessons on the violin. Chat About Paul Zukofsky. For You. Music, radio and podcasts, all free.
There won't be any censoring (that wouldn't be any fun), but please be respectful. In Memory of Paul Zukofsky.
Works for Violin and Piano released: 1991. Works for Violin and Piano. Sonata for Violin and Piano: I. Allegro ma non troppo. Sonata for Violin and Piano: II. Allegretto poco vivace. Sonata for Violin and Piano: III. Adagio. Sonata for Violin and Piano: IV. Vivace.
Find the song lyrics for Paul Zukofsky - Top Tracks. John Cage - Nocturne for Violin and Piano. Steve Reich - Violin Phase (1967) - Original 1969 Recording.
Last played Friday, March 30 2012 at 04:04 PM. Milton Babbitt. Relata I. Juilliard Orchestra. Paul Zukofsky, conductor. Last played Tuesday, October 18 2011 at 01:15 PM. Morton Feldman. Three Clarinets, Cello and Piano. Mark van de Wiel, clarinet. Duncan Prescott, clarinet. David le Page, violin.
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|A Mitzvah For The Dead For Violin And Tape
Composed By – Michael Sahl
|A3||Third Movement (All Electronic)|
|A4||Fourth Movement (All Violin)|
|B1||Lyric Variations For Violin And Computer
Composed By – J.K. Randall
- Violin – Paul Zukofsky
NotesAustralian WRC pressing, sourced from original stampers and featuring unique sleeve art. Not issued on cassette.
World Record Club: Registered Office - 605 Camberwell Road, Hartwell, Victoria, 3124.
|VCS 10057||Michael Sahl / J.K. Randall With Paul Zukofsky||Michael Sahl / J.K. Randall With Paul Zukofsky - A Mitzvah For The Dead For Violin And Tape / Lyric Variations For Violin And Computer (LP, Album)||Vanguard||VCS 10057||US||1968|