|3 CAG 2111|
|John Cage (1912-1992)|
|Dream.[enregistrement sonore] / John Cage ; Stefano Scodanibbio.|
|Lyon : Distrart Musique, 2009.|
|1 cd ; 12 cm|
|Musique classique (musique orchestrale)|
Etudes Freeman no 1à no 5, transcription pour contrebasse.
Dream, version pour piano et contrebasse.
Ryonji, pour contrebasse et harpe.
Radio music pour 5 musiciens.
Fabrizio Ottaviucci [artiste de spectacle]
Stefano Scodanibbio [artiste de spectacle]
John Cage - Dream / Concert for Piano and Orchestra / Freeman Etudes 1-5 / Ryoanji / Radio Music, CD <br>arranger: Scodanibbio, Stefano <br>booklet writer: Moroncini, Barbara <br>conductor: Scodanibbio, Stefano <br>interpreter: Bongelli, Fausto <br>interpreter: Zurria, Manuel <br>interpreter: Damiani, Giovanni <br>interpreter: Campagnari, Aldo <br>interpreter: Scodanibbio, Stefano <br>interpreter: Casati, Giorgio <br>interpreter: Calderone, Dario <br>interpreter: Svoboda, Mike [...] <br>interpreter: Ottaviucci, Fabrizio <br>composer: Cage, John <br>orchestra/ensemble: Nextime Ensemble <br>Éditeur: Wergo <br>John Cage (1912-1992) had a particular predilection for poetry. "[Poetry]," he wrote, "is not poetry by reason of its Contenu or ambiguity, but by reason of its allowing musical elements (time, sound) to be introduced into the world of words." And about Stefano Scodanibbio who transcribed the "Freeman Etudes" and "Dream" for contrabass and in this recording also serves as the conductor of "Concert for Piano and Orchestra" and "Radio Music": "Scodanibbio. I thought he played beautifully. He played 'Ryoanji' absolutely better, than anyone I ever heard. - I haven't heard better double bass playing than Scodanibbio's. He's really extraordinary. His performance was absolutely magic." <br>Contenu: <br>- 1. Concert for Piano and Orchestra <br>- 2.-6. Freeman Etudes Nos. 1-5, transcribed from the original for violin by Stefano Scodanibbio <br>- 7. Dream. Version for piano and contrabass by Stefano Scodanibbio <br>- 8. Ryoanji, for contrabass and tape <br>- 9. Radio Music, for 5 radio performers
John Cage - Works for Percussion, CD <br>booklet writer: Sylvestre, Gaston<br>composer: Cage, John<br>orchestra/ensemble: Quatuor Hêlios<br>Éditeur: Wergo <br>The significance of the seven pieces brought together here is that they both generate a striking panorama of the intelligence of the material presented, over a period of four years, from 1939 to 1943, by the composer whom the critic Fred Goldbeck described as "the greatest Giraudouxian of our age", and clarify in an extraordinarily oblique manner [...] the prehistory of this "automation" of the creative act, towards which one can detect the perpetual temptation in the young Cage.<br>Contenu:<br>- Second Construction<br>- Imaginary Landscape No. 2<br>- Amores<br>- Double Music<br>- Third Construction<br>- She is Asleep<br>- First Construction (in metal)