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Morton Feldman - Patterns In A Chromatic Field (CD, Album)

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  1. Misho says:
    Nov 26,  · Patterns in a Chromatic Field, for cello & piano () Arne Deforce, cello Yutaka Oya, piano The nature of sound (especially for one who composes at the piano) is to disappear.
  2. Goltirisar says:
    Patterns in a Chromatic Field, for cello and piano, is one of Morton Feldman's late works () that continues without interruption for a long time (over 80 minutes in this case) without trying to impose an emotional contour on your experience/5(7).
  3. Kazrakora says:
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  4. Akitaur says:
    Mar 20,  · The cello and piano piece Patterns in a Chromatic Field dates from the early s, when Feldman's fascination with subtly asymmetric patternings was yielding to .
  5. JoJolar says:
    Morton Feldman Patterns in a Chromatic Field () 42 Charles Curtis, cello Aleck Karis, piano Recorded: TZADIK--Morton Feldman Patterns in a Chromatic Field () CD 1 1 - 5 Patterns In a Chromatic Field 10 CD 2 1 - 4 Patterns In a Chromatic Field (continuation) 54 5 Projection l 2: 52 6 Composition - 8 Little Pieces 4: /5(2).
  6. Malagul says:
    Feldman: Patterns in a Chromatic Field Marco Simonacci (cello), Giancarlo Simonacci (piano), Fabio Frapparelli (horn), Paola Ronchetti & Ilaria Severo (sopranos) This is not only a well performed and nicely recorded programme of music by Morton Feldman with cello, but is also a potted history of virtually his entire creative life.
  7. Mikam says:
    Morton Feldman's Patterns in a Chromatic Field is a major composition, not only in modern American music but in 20th-century music per se. The composer plays with the musical memory of his recipients and thus creates timeless spheres: In minimally varying patterns, the listener experiences a trance-like avant-garde event in which past, present and future cancel each other out.
  8. Vudokinos says:
    Patterns in a Chromatic Field, composed in , is late Feldman, but it is not as demanding (at least in scale) as other works from his last years. In fact, in a curious way, I find it to be a gently provocative work, not without humor, and not without narrative, at least of a sort.

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