Articles tagged 'Ferrari'
It’s rare that a previously unheard work shakes up our conception: Journal Intime and Chantal can challenge an understanding of Ferrari’s worldview and work.
Whether new or old, any Luc Ferrari is by nature fresh. Finally we have a book in English, and accessible releases of the films he worked on. His legacy continues through his widow Brunhild Ferrari and others.
Like a spouse appointed to complete a decedent politician’s term, so has Brunhild picked up Luc’s work.
As a sometime electroacoustic practitioner, I listened to this set as other than as critic. While all composers are critics, the obverse is not necessarily true — a discussion for another day.
Reflecting his keen mind and spirit, Gould’s five radio documentaries marshal texts, interviews, ambient sounds and music. The “Solitude Trilogy” considers three once-isolated Canadian populations.
The middle release in a Sub Rosa trio contains three Ferrari works defying simple explanation.
Robert Moog’s death on August 21, 2005 overshadowed Luc Ferrari’s passing the very next day.
EMF has reissued seven early pieces, frenetic gems of musique concrète, and Blue Chopsticks presents a new work, Cycle des Souvenirs, an ambiguous and inviting panorama.
This Telarc’s ur audience dwelt in unself-conscious Gemütlichkeit, pastry, waltz and polka spiced, with, for kicks, Hungarian pizzazz.
From Caipirinha comes a disc, somewhat different from their usual fare…
The most recent complete survey of Varèse’s works is Riccardo Chailly’s on London.