Articles tagged 'Xenakis'

Piano Factory 4.

No desiccated embryos here. The LTM pair enshrines Satie compositions from the early to mid-1890s, the period preceding the ironic collections with the wacky titles.

Piano Factory 4.

No desiccated embryos here. The LTM pair enshrines Satie compositions from the early to mid-1890s, the period preceding the ironic collections with the wacky titles.

New and Essential Xenakis, Part 2

In the extra interview on mode’s La Légende d’Eer DVD, Xenakis states that instrumental and electroacoustic composition pose different problems, and woe betide the composer who attempts to combine them.

New and Essential Xenakis, Part 2

In the extra interview on mode’s La Légende d’Eer DVD, Xenakis states that instrumental and electroacoustic composition pose different problems, and woe betide the composer who attempts to combine them.

New and Essential Xenakis, Part 1

Not everyone has to like Xenakis, though I wish everyone would.

New and Essential Xenakis, Part 1

Not everyone has to like Xenakis, though I wish everyone would.

Up from the Archives

Deutsche Grammophon’s Echo 20/21, Wergo’s Fortieth, and ENHB

Up from the Archives

Deutsche Grammophon’s Echo 20/21, Wergo’s Fortieth, and ENHB

An Eclectic Stringed Ramble

The Trio Voronezh can play anything, as this live performance recording from New Orleans will confirm.

An Eclectic Stringed Ramble

The Trio Voronezh can play anything, as this live performance recording from New Orleans will confirm.

Collections and Colecciónes

Nuits — weiß wie Lilien, The Carnegie Hall Millennium Piano Book, Kronos’ Nuevo, etc.

Collections and Colecciónes

Nuits — weiß wie Lilien, The Carnegie Hall Millennium Piano Book, Kronos’ Nuevo, etc.

A Wake for Montaigne?

I pick up releases on Montaigne without question, even if composers and performers are totally unknown to me. Others here at La Folia have written about Montaigne re-issues and favorites, and I just can’t keep quiet.

A Wake for Montaigne?

I pick up releases on Montaigne without question, even if composers and performers are totally unknown to me. Others here at La Folia have written about Montaigne re-issues and favorites, and I just can’t keep quiet.

Thar’s Gold In Them Montaignes!

The collector of art music’s modernists surely remembers Disques Montaigne.

Thar’s Gold In Them Montaignes!

The collector of art music’s modernists surely remembers Disques Montaigne.

Scardanelli’s Other Motley: More or Less Classical

As concerns the American new-music aficionado, until recently, Manfred Eicher’s Munich-based label had been sending releases to the US which tend to position ECM a click or two away from the vanguard’s hard core.

Scardanelli’s Other Motley: More or Less Classical

As concerns the American new-music aficionado, until recently, Manfred Eicher’s Munich-based label had been sending releases to the US which tend to position ECM a click or two away from the vanguard’s hard core.