Realizzate nello Studio di Fonologia dell'Istituto Superiore delle Poste e Telecomunicazioni in Vittorio Gelmetti Musica Aleatoria Collage Memorie - "Tensione", per 3 ballerini; prima esecuzione: Dal Plantamura; flauto: A. Faja; violino:Massimo Coen; violoncello: L. Lanzillotta; pianoforte e percussioni: Vittorio Gelmetti. Witkiewicz; prima esecuzione: Plantamura; voce: Nelly Gorska.
In memoria dei "Solisti di Torino", prima esecuzione: Vito, Piossasco - "Impromptu", per pianoforte e organo elettronico; prima esecuzione: Neri; organo elettronico: Vittorio Gelmetti - "Dadaddio" per voci e strumenti; prima esecuzione: Rotundi; pianoforte: A.
Over the years, MEV has continued to be based on friendship and trust, but in the early days it often seemed more like a family, or even a clan, with various roles, relationships, and group dynamics played out both inside and outside the music. This doubtless contributed to the intensity of feelings and emotions the music frequently expressed.
F Tamponi Un Volto Una Storia, really, was that what we were all about. By privileging the group rather than the individual we established a very different means toward diminishing personal identity, taste, and ego, through the merging of the individual into the collective. Carl Hall What About You tensions created by Vittorio Gelmetti Musica Aleatoria Collage Memorie integrative process often provided the sparks The Skatalites From Paris With Love heated, and occasionally enflamed, the music.
In this endeavor, electronics provided a vehicle and catalyst, by mixing, inter-modulating, equalizing, integrating, and transforming individual gestures into a group sound that was physically displaced in space, surrounding the players and audience from distant loudspeakers.
It ended quite Vittorio Gelmetti Musica Aleatoria Collage Memorie, when a group improvisation that included Frederic, Alvin, Steve Lacy, myself, and a special guest, the late Giuseppe Chiari, disintegrated into utter chaos. Either by accident or design, this triggered a wild sequence of events: the people controlling the stage lights abruptly cut them and the power and turned up the house lights.
With his power cut, synthesizer designer Paul Ketoff, who was doing sound for the concert and had joined in the improv by playing sounds by fast forwarding and rewinding a inch open reel tape machine at high speed watched helplessly as masses of loose tape flew all over the control room. Then stagehands started pouring onto the stage, carrying away the instruments while we were still playing.
It was like a scene out of a Marx Brothers movie. By the end of the Rome period, MEV had grown from a close-knit family to Vittorio Gelmetti Musica Aleatoria Collage Memorie floating commune of musicians and non-musicians, spouses, fans, and camp followers. Though memories on this differ, several of us recall dividing our fee among some eighteen people when we played at the notorious Amougies Festival in Belgium during the summer of When MEV was reconstituted in New York in Vittorio Gelmetti Musica Aleatoria Collage Memorie early 70s, it became a different kettle of fish: Vittorio Gelmetti Musica Aleatoria Collage Memorie small ensemble, more melodic, harmonic, tonal, and acoustic.
Electronics remained a constant element, although the electronic sounds have continued to evolve. MEV music has retained much of its original character, still Vittorio Gelmetti Musica Aleatoria Collage Memorie in an Vittorio Gelmetti Musica Aleatoria Collage Memorie way, based on listening and dialogue, but always leaving space for individual initiative and surprise.
Our efforts are buoyed by a new hopeful spirit among the young, as well as by the current enthusiasm among many young musicians for much that MEV has always stood for.
We seek for what first excited us, using open and improvised forms, and combining acoustic objects Vittorio Gelmetti Musica Aleatoria Collage Memorie instruments with live electronics, ranging from found objects and low-cost electronic circuits to computers. Born in Providence, Rhode Island, in into a Yiddish-speaking family of popular musicians, he studied piano from the age of five and learned trombone by himself, opening up to early formative experiences playing jazz, dance music, orchestral, choral, and band music.
His chamber music includes abundant music for solo piano Inner Cities 1—14, a six-hour piano cycle and numerous works for ensembles, small orchestras, and chorus, many in collaboration with choreographers Trisha Brown, Joan Jonas, Margy Jenkins, Achim Freyer, Nancy Karp, Wanda Golonka, and Yoshiko Chuma.
He went to Italy inwhere he studied with Luigi Dallapiccola and met Severino Gazzelloni, with whom he performed in a number of concerts, thus beginning a career as a performer of new piano music. In Rome in the mid-sixties, together with Alvin Curran and Richard Teitelbaum, he formed the MEV Musica Elettronica Viva group, which quickly became known for its pioneering work in live electronics and improvisation. During the seventies he experimented further with forms in which style and language are treated as structural elements; the best-known work of this period is The People United Will Never Be Defeated!
A number of pieces for larger ensembles written between and show a return to experimental and graphic notation Le Silence des Espaces Infinis, The Price of Oilwhile much of the work of the eighties explores new ways of using twelve-tone technique Antigone-Legend, The Persians.
A freer, more spontaneous approach to writing can be found in more recent work Whangdoodles, Sonata. Richard Teitelbaum was born in New York City in He holds a B. In he returned to the United States to found the World Band, one of the first intercultural improvisation groups, with musicians from non-Western traditions teaching in the World Music Program at Wesleyan University. In —77 he spent a year studying traditional Clarance Parks Thing A Come To Bump Gunman music in Tokyo, composing Blends for shakuhachi, synthesizers and percussion for his teacher, the great master player Katsuya Yokoyama.
The recording of this piece on Freddie Hubbard Backlash Albion Records was named one of the ten best classical recordings of by The Wire.
He has received numerous grants and awards, including a Prix Ars Electronica from the Austrian Radio and Television, two Fulbrights and a Guggenheim, and composed commissioned works for pianists Aki Takahashi, Ursula Oppens, and others. His work has featured long-standing collaborations with leading Vittorio Gelmetti Musica Aleatoria Collage Memorie musicians such as Steve Vittorio Gelmetti Musica Aleatoria Collage Memorie, Anthony Braxton and George Lewis, and he has collaborated with leading artists in other disciplines, including Nam June Paik and Joan Jonas.
Teitelbaum is a professor of music at Bard College, where he has been teaching for twenty years. Steve Lacy — was the first avant-garde jazz musician to make a specialty of the soprano saxophone, an instrument that had become almost completely neglected during the Bop era. Indeed, he is credited with single-handedly bringing the instrument back from obscurity into modern music of all types. Throughout his career, Lacy was widely admired for the beauty and purity of his tone, for his incisive melodic sense, for keeping his music uncompromising and fresh, and for his eagerness to play with a wide variety of musicians while retaining long-term musical relationships.
He regularly received awards from DownBeat magazine as the premier soprano saxophonist and in received a MacArthur Foundation Fellowship. George E. Lewis b. But it was the free improvised music in those days that finally set him on his own path as a composer. The A-1 Art Band —80 was his orchestra of this period. Living and working in Belgium for the past thirty years, he has been able to expand upon this foundation: working in the theater with Max Parfondry and Jacques Delcuvellerie; as a performer, creating different ensembles; and as a composer, with works such as the composition suite Music for Trees —89 and a series of cantatas.
Carol Plantamura b. She founded and performed for fourteen years with The Five Centuries Ensemble, a group that specialized in the performance of 17th- and 20th-century music. Gregory Reeve was born in New York City and has lived there all his life. Wiley Hitchcock, and Sherman van Solkema.
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