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Study No. 34 - Conlon Nancarrow - Complete Studies For Player Piano Volume Four (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Feb 23,  · Recorded on Conlon Nancarrow's custom-altered Ampico reproducing piano at the studio of the composer in Mexico City on January 10 and 12, * [Tracks to ] excerpts from the "Concerto for Pianola and Orchestra"/5(12).
  2. Label: Arch Records - S • Format: Vinyl LP • Country: US • Genre: Classical • Style: Modern Conlon Nancarrow - Complete Studies For Player Piano Volume Four (, Vinyl) | Discogs 5/5(5).
  3. Conlon Nancarrow was one of the most innovative composers of the 20th century. Working with player pianos, he was able to create music that, at the time, was considered unplayable by humans (some of it might still be unplayable, but some pieces have managed to be /5(8).
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Studies For Player Piano on Discogs/5(11).
  5. Home › L Musica e Matematica - Music and Mathematics › Robert Willey- Conlon Nancarrow’s Study No. 37 for Player Piano. Robert Willey- Conlon Nancarrow’s Study No. 37 for Player Piano By Antonio DeLisa on 2 novembre • (0). Conlon Nancarrow ( – ) was one of the most original composers of the twentieth century, devoting most of his composing to a series of dazzling.
  6. Conlon Nancarrow's Studies for Player Piano is a cycle of work unique in many respects, not the least being its seeming indivisibility from itself. As the primary text of the music is a hand-punched piano roll intended to be played on specific, Ampico model player pianos, it does not lead to a wide range of options in terms of interpretation.
  7. Reissue of the Arch Records recordings "Complete Studies For Player Piano Volumes One to Four", issued in a jewel case box with a 52pp booklet of notes and photographs. Original recordings produced on Conlon Nancarrow's modified Ampico reproducing player pianos and recorded under his .
  8. Study No. I first heard Nancarrow's music on KPFA radio one day in the car. I had joined the program in the middle of one of his Studies and, not knowing that it was player piano music, had to pull over to the side of the road, imagining the physical effort necessary to play such a piece.
  9. Conlon Nancarrow, Study for Player Piano No. 45b 45c: High point of the three-movement version. In this study Nancarrow uses a technique that goes back to the American composer Henry Cowell: After rapid chromatic glissandi unplayable by human hand, most of the notes are suddenly muted; only a few of the notes resound as a chord.

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