|Title:||Octet • Music For A Large Ensemble • Violin Phase|
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|A1||Music For A Large Ensemble
Cello – Chris Finckel, Michael FinckelClarinet – Richard Cohen, Virgil BlackwellDouble Bass – Judith Sugarman*, Lewis PaerFlute – Mort SilverMarimba – Gary Schall, Glen Velez, Richard Schwarz, Russ HartenbergerPiano – Edmund Niemann, Larry Karush, Nurit Tilles, Steve ReichSoprano Saxophone – Ed Joffe, Vincent GnojekTrumpet – Douglas Hedwig, James Dooley, James Hamlin, Marshall FarrVibraphone – James PreissViola – Claire Bergman, Ruth SieglerViolin – Robert Chausow, Shem GuibboryVoice – Elizabeth Arnold, Jay ClaytonXylophone – Bob Becker, David Van Tieghem
Violin – Shem Guibbory
Cello – Chris FinckelClarinet, Bass Clarinet, Flute, Piccolo Flute – Mort Silver, Virgil BlackwellPiano – Edmund Niemann, Nurit TillesViola – Ruth SieglerViolin – Robert Chausow, Shem Guibbory
|ECM 1168, 2301 168||Steve Reich||Octet • Music For A Large Ensemble • Violin Phase (LP, Album, gat)||ECM Records, ECM Records||ECM 1168, 2301 168||Germany||1980|
|ECM 1168, 2301 168||Steve Reich||Octet • Music For A Large Ensemble • Violin Phase (LP, Album, gat)||ECM Records, ECM New Series||ECM 1168, 2301 168||Germany||1980|
|ECM 1168, 827 287-2||Steve Reich||Octet / Music For A Large Ensemble / Violin Phase (CD)||ECM New Series, ECM Records, PolyGram||ECM 1168, 827 287-2||Germany||1988|
|ECM-1-1168||Steve Reich||Octet • Music For A Large Ensemble • Violin Phase (LP)||ECM Records||ECM-1-1168||US||1980|
|ECM M5E 1168||Steve Reich||Octet • Music For A Large Ensemble • Violin Phase (8-Trk, Album)||ECM||ECM M5E 1168||US||1980|
This album consists of 3 pieces composed by Steve Reich. The earliest composition was Violin Phase (1967) and this is played by a solo violinist. The performer, in this case Shem Guibbory, plays to the accompaniment of 3 pre-recorded tapes of himself. The resulting music consists of the shifting phases of sound between the performer and taped music and is typical of the early Reich minimalist style. Recordings from 1980 (in Music for Large Ensemble and Octet it was made the day after the American premiere of the revised versions at Carnegie Hall), excellent sound, excellent liner notes by Reich himself. TT is a short 49 minutes.
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This album consists of 3 pieces composed by Steve Reich. It is a similar piece to Music for Large Ensemble as both consist of five sections. But Octet has a more contiguous sound as the sections blend and merge together. This album is an interesting collection of compositions by Reich at the point when he was leaving his early experimental stage, with tape loops, and finding his voice with groups of musicians.
This album has an average beat per minute of 121 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 100/151 BPM). Tracklist Octet, Music for a Large Ensemble, Violin Phase. 1. Music for a Large Ensemble. 114 BPM. 2. Violin Phase. Recent albums by Steve Reich. Clapping Music, Music for Pieces of Wood, Sextet. Music for 18 Musicians.
Steve Reich Ensemble. Shem Guibbory Violin. Elizabeth Arnold Voice. CD 1. Steve Reich - Music for 18 Musicians. Music for 18 Musicians (Steve Reich) Pulse - Sections I-X - Pulse.
Music for a Large Ensemble" and "Octet" recorded February 1980, Columbia Recording Studios, New York. Violin Phase" recorded March 1980, Tonstudio Bauer, Ludwigsburg. An ECM Production (ECM 1168) TRIO RECORDS PAP-9224. Rights Society: GEMA. Other Versions (5 of 15) View All. Cat.
First recording of Violin Phase by Steve Reich from the album "Steve Reich: Live/Electric Music" and performed by the late great. Violin Phase by Steve Reich MusicXComposers. 10 years ago. Violin Phase by Steve Reich. Performed at Concert 13 of Music08 June 21, 2008 by Matthew Albert, Nick Naegele, Yei-in Jin, and. Music for a Large Ensemble - Steve Reich Animalll2003lll 00:15:43. Steve Reich, Music for.
Album · 1980 · 3 Songs. More By Steve Reich Ensemble. Steve Reich: City Life - Proverb - Nagoya Marimba.
Music For A Large Ensemble (Steve Reich) - Robert Chausow, Steve Reich, Douglas Hedwig, Nurit Tilles, Jay Clayton, Marshall Farr, Michael Finckel, Richard Schwarz, Russ Hartenberger, James Preiss, Lewis Paer, James Hamlin, Mort Silver, Claire Bergmann, Glen Velez, Elizabeth Arnold, Judith Sugarman, David Van Tieghem, Virgin Blackwell, Ruth Siegler, James Dooley, Ed Joffe, Gary Schall, Chris Finckel, Vincent Gnojek, Shem Guibbory, Edmund Niemann, Larry. You look like someone who appreciates good music.