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Rhys Chatham - Three Aspects Of The Name album

Rhys Chatham - Three Aspects Of The Name album
Performer: Rhys Chatham
Title: Three Aspects Of The Name
Released: 2003
Style: Modern Classical, Experimental, Ambient
Genre: Electro
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 122
Formats: XM VQF AIFF WMA AUD DTS MIDI
MP3 size: 1694 mb
FLAC size: 1547 mb

Tracklist

A1 Three Aspects Of The Name (Version 1)
A2 Three Aspects Of The Name (Version 2)

Notes

"In "Three Aspects Of The Name" I return to my hard-core roots as a minimalist. The musical vocabulary is essentially the same as that of my earlier composition, "Guitar Trio" , where most of the harmonic and melodic vocabulary occurs within the overtones generated by the fundamental pitches, which consist primarily of one chord of two pitches in a 9/3 ratio. The current piece marks my first use of this particular technique for voice. The three words of text come from a traditional Hebrew inspirational chant that I chose to work with, for, among other reasons, it is highly selective and potent use of the vowel sounds, which lend themselves to the unfolding creative story that the overtones tell over the course of the composition" - Rhys Chatham

On transparent red single sided vinyl, with etched B-side.

Part of the Lanthanides series commemorating the 10 years of existence of Table Of The Elements. 14 single-sided limited edition LPs, 2000 copies each.

The three words of text come from a traditional Hebrew inspirational chant that I chose to work with, for, among other reasons, it is highly selective and potent use of the vowel sounds, which lend themselves to the unfolding creative story that the overtones tell over the course of the composition" - Rhys Chatham. On transparent red single sided vinyl, with etched B-side.

Examples of this work can be heard on the album Outdoor Spell, released by Northern Spy Records (NS 004) in 2011, and a recent duo album with Charlemagne Palestine, entitled Youuu + Mee Weee, released on the Belgium SubRosa Label (SR637) in 2014. Rhys Chatham in Aarhus Denmark 2013 Photo Hreinn Gudlaugsson. Three Aspects Of The Name (12"), Table of the Elements 2003.

Glenn Branca, Rhys Chatham, Kyle Gann, Michael Gordon, Arthur Jarvinen, Bernadette Speach, Ben Neill, Larry Polansky, Mikel Rouse, Evan Ziporyn, were employing similar types of global tempo structures in their music The term totalist refers to the aims of the music, in trying to have enough surface rhythmic energy, but also to contain enough background complexity. There is also an echo in the term of serialism's "total organization," here drawn not from the 12-tone.

Morton Subotnick – Silver Apples Of The Moon One album I don't have any more because I wore it out. When it first came out, I read about it in The New York Times, so I went to the record store every week to check if it was there. When I listened to it I literally screamed. Morton Subotnick had a class there. They bussed us to NYU, and Morton gave a lecture over three months, once a week there in his studio, with his modular synthesiser. Each week he would focus on something like frequency oscillation, another week it would be amplitude. I already knew at that point that I wanted to be a composer, so I got a hold of him and asked if I could study with him privately. He agreed and let me use his studio on weekends. He had a little closet that Maryanne Amacher was living in – she vacated the closet for the weekends when I would come in.

Concert in the exhibition Robert Longo's exhibition PROOF FRANCISCO GOYA, SERGEI EISENSTEIN, ROBERT LONGO with Rhys Chatham. On Friday 6. April at Deichtorhallen in Hamburg, Germany, Rhys Chatham and Robert Longo perform together with seven other musicians Chathams composition Guitar Trio in the context of Robert’s exhibition: PROOF. Make a reservation now! The musicians playing are friends Rhys has known for years, as well as some new ones. On electric guitars: Rhys Chatham, Robert Longo, Jeff Turek, Martin Richter, Wigand Koch, Lars Zwickies, and Robert Engelbrecht.

Three Aspects of the Name (Table of the Elements, 2004) documents a vocal piece that employs a minimalist technique of gradual development by iteration (a& la Steve Reich). A Crimson Grail (Table Of The Elements, 2007) is an ambitious piece for 400 electric guitars premiered in 2005 in Paris' basilica of Sacre-Coeur. Unlike his early works, this piece indulges in static drones and ecstatic atmospheres. Rhys Chatham, allievo di LaMonte Young e di Morton Subotnick, e' l'eminenza grigia del secondo minimalismo newyorkese. Nel 1971 fonda il programma musicale del Kitchen Center, che diventera' il covo preferito di un'intera generazione di compositori. Protagonista di diverse trovate multimediali, Chatham vara una versione del minimalismo in cui le chitarre prendono il posto delle tastiere elettroniche con lo scopo di far musica tramite i sovratoni.

Rhys Chatham download free and listen online. Rhys Chatham Crossing the Sword Bridge of the Abyss. Oneida & Rhys Chatham A. Philip Randolph at Back Bay Station. Rhys Chatham A Pythagorean Dream (Part Two).

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