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John Cage - Friedrich Gauwerky, Mark Knoop - Etudes Boreales / Harmonies / 10'40.3" flac album

John Cage - Friedrich Gauwerky, Mark Knoop - Etudes Boreales / Harmonies / 10'40.3" flac album Performer: John Cage
Title: Etudes Boreales / Harmonies / 10'40.3"
Style: Contemporary
Released: 2010
MP3 album: 1997 mb
FLAC album: 1482 mb
Rating: 4.7
Other formats: ADX MP3 MIDI AUD FLAC MP1 VQF
Genre: Classical

Etudes Boreales For A Percussionist Using A Piano (1978). Cello – Friedrich Gauwerky (tracks: 1, 6 to 13). Co-producer – Deutschlandradio. Composed By – John Cage. Engineer – Christoph Rieseberg. Layout, Liner Notes – Ulrike Bretz-Faust.

Mark Knoop and Friedrich Gauwerky take on one of John Cage's most challenging works with extraordinary results, writes Andrew Clements. Composed in 1978, John Cage's Etudes Boreales, for cello and/or piano, is one of his most challenging works to perform. The score is derived from a star chart (an atlas of the sky – hence the title) and the specification of pitches and the way in which they are to be produced is minutely specified. The pianist spends a lot of time producing percussive effects, while the cellist is required to produce a whole range of precise microtonal pitches. This disc includes two performances, one for piano alone, the other for cello and piano.

Arranger, Cello, Primary Artist. Piano, Primary Artist. Cover Art. Christoph Rieseberg.

By John Cage, Friedrich Gauwerky, Mark Knoop. 1. Harmony XXVII for Violoncello and Piano. Listen to Cage: Etudes Boreales, Harmonies & 10'40. 3'' in full in the this site app. Play on this site. Wergo, a division of Schott Music and Media GmbH 2010.

Friedrich Gauwerky, Mark Knoop, n/a: best 2 tracks. Chasing Skies, n/a - Shine Like Kaleidoscopes (As Heard On) Hollywood Heights - Music from the Hit Tv Show, 2012 03:21. Albert Pratz on Violin) The Golden Age of Light Music: String Fever, 2008 03:25. Artist: n/a Friedrich Gauwerky, Mark Knoop.

3" : for a string player, as a part of 26'1. 1499" for a string player (1955) (10:40). Harmony XXIV : for violoncello and piano (1976) (St. Thomas-William Billings) (2:37). Etudes boreales : for cello solo and piano solo (1978) (19:44). Harmony XIII : for violoncello and piano (1976) (Worchester-William Billings) (1:46). Friedrich Gauwerky, violoncello ; Mark Knoop, piano. 7-10, 2009, Deutschlandfunk Kammermusiksaal.

Mark Knoop is a pianist and conductor living in London, UK. He studied piano with Stephen McIntyre at the Victorian College of the Arts (Melbourne) and in Europe with mentors including Herbert Henck, James Avery and Peter Feuchtwanger. He studied conducting in Melbourne with Robert Rosen and is co-artistic director of the Libra Ensemble. He performs with such groups as plus-minus (London and Brussels), Ensemble Exposé (London), ELISION Ensemble (Brisbane), 175 East (Auckland), musik Fabrik (Cologne), WDR Rundfunkchor Köln, Ensemble Off spring (Sydney) and Ensemble Laboratorium (Europe)

Etudes Boreales for a Percussionist Using a Piano IV 04:30. Harmony XXXII for Violoncello and Piano 04:38. 1499’’) for a String Player 10:49. Harmony XXIV for Violoncello and Piano 02:45. Etudes Boreales for Cello and Piano I 05:07. Etudes Boreales for Cello and Piano II 04:57. Etudes Boreales for Cello and Piano III 04:58. Etudes Boreales for Cello and Piano IV 04:49. Harmony XIII for Violoncello and Piano 01:45. All songs from John Cage: Etudes Boreales, Harmonies, +.

Tracklist

1 Harmony XXVII For Violoncello And Piano (Reflection - Supply Belcher) 1:45
Etudes Boreales For A Percussionist Using A Piano 18:01
2 I 5:02
3 II 3:59
4 III 4:37
5 IV 4:23
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6 Harmony XXI For Violoncello And Piano (Wisdom - Jacob French) 4:27
7 10'40.3" For A String Player, As Part Of: 26'1.1499" For A String Player 10:40
8 Harmony XXI For Violoncello And Piano (St. Thomas - William Billings) 2:37
Etudes Boreales For Cello Solo And Piano Solo 19:44
9 I 5:07
10 II 4:57
11 III 4:58
12 IV 4:42
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13 Harmony XIII For Violoncello And Piano (Worchester - William Billings) 1:46

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – WERGO
  • Copyright (c) – WERGO
  • Copyright (c) – C. F. Peters
  • Recorded At – Deutschlandfunk Sendesaal
  • Glass Mastered At – Sony DADC

Credits

  • Arranged By [Version For Violoncello Solo By] – Friedrich Gauwerky (tracks: 7)
  • Arranged By [Versions For Violoncello And Piano By] – Friedrich Gauwerky (tracks: 1, 6, 8, 13)
  • Artwork [Cover Art] – hj.kropp*
  • Cello – Friedrich Gauwerky (tracks: 1, 6 to 13)
  • Co-producer – Deutschlandradio
  • Composed By – John Cage
  • Engineer [Toningenieur] – Christoph Rieseberg
  • Layout [Booklet], Liner Notes [Redaktion] – Ulrike Bretz-Faust
  • Liner Notes – Hanno Ehrler
  • Photography By [S. 11] – Astrid Karger
  • Photography By [S. 14] – Yatzek
  • Photography By [S. 2] – Peter Andersen
  • Piano – Mark Knoop (tracks: 1 to 6, 8 to 13)
  • Producer – Rolf W. Stoll
  • Producer [Deutschlandfunk] – Frank Kämpfer
  • Technician [Tonmeister] – Stephan Schmidt

Notes

Aufnahmen: 7.-10. September 2009, Deutschlandfunk Kammermusiksaal
© C. F. Peters Musikverlag
Manufactured in Austria
Pinted in Austria

Clear tray jewel case with 26-page booklet including notes in German, French and English

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 4 010228 671827
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Label Code: LC 00846
  • SPARS Code: DDD