Rhys Chatham - Rhys Chatham: An Angel Moves Too Fast To See flac album
Performer: Rhys Chatham Title: Rhys Chatham: An Angel Moves Too Fast To See Style: Orchestral,Experimental,Microtonal,Modern Composition Duration: 42:41 Location: Milan, Italy Relesed: 1994 Rating: 4.6 Votes: 942 Other formats: MIDI AUD RA DXD TTA VQF
No three-disc box set ‘An Angel Moves Too Fast to See?’ Including these CDs: - the work from which its title is taken - Two Gongs - a compilation w/the same tracks as Radium’s later ‘Die Donnergötter’ compilation. The latter includes Guitar Trio and Massacre on Macdougal Street among its five compositions.
An Angel Moves Too Fast To See (For 100 Electric Guitars, Electric Bass, And Drums) (CD, Album). Radium (3). TOE-CD-802.
Rhys Chatham (b. New York City) is an American avant-garde composer, guitarist, and trumpet player. He currently lives in France. In the early 1970s Chatham was the first music director of The Kitchen in New York. His early compositions owed a significant debt to La Monte Young and other minimalists.
Aggressive Cerebral Intense Provocative.
Rhys Chatham (born September 19, 1952) is an American composer, guitarist, trumpet player, t (flutes in C, alto and bass, keyboard), primarily active in avant-garde and minimalist music. He is best known for his "guitar orchestra" compositions. He has lived in France since 1987. Background information. The An Angel Moves Too Fast To See part of the title comes from Chatham's 1989 composition for 100 guitars. He has been since touring with his 100-guitar orchestra in Europe. In 2005, he was commissioned by the city of Paris, in his adopted homeland, to write a composition for 400 electric guitars entitled A Crimson Grail, as part of the Nuit Blanche Festival.
An Angel Moves Too Fast to See: Selected Works 1971-1989. Tony Conrad Previously Unreleased 1972 Album Announced. Stream New Albums From Mount Eerie, Rhys Chatham, and CREEP Via Pitchfork Advance.
This compilation has songs entitled ‘New Fast’, ‘New New’, Newest Fastest’, ‘Brand New’ – a running joke indicating titles were just one more convention to be interrogated. Often elements of these (usually) sub-two minute songs are so different that it makes a mockery of pinning a title to them at all let alone trying to parse the release into distinct utterances. The band departed New York circa 1981 to resume activities in the . with a first full album (barring a couple of live offerings) not arriving until the late Eighties.
Artists Rhys Chatham Pythagorean Dream. Pythagorean Dream Rhys Chatham. This album has an average beat per minute of 88 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 77/94 BPM). Tracklist Pythagorean Dream. An Angel Moves Too Fast to See. 2006. Rhys Chatham made his first American presentation of a composition for a one-hundred guitar orchestra in Williamsport, Pennsylvania, on May 23, 2008, with an orchestra composed of local students and teachers, as well as many professional guitarists. This performance was the premiere of a new composition entitled Les 100 Guitares: G100.
An Angel Moves Too Fast to See, for 100 electric guitars, electric bass & drums
4. No Trees Left: Every Blade of Grass is Screaming
Shigeo Anzai - Photography Shigeo Anzal - Photography Susan Archie - Unknown Contributor Role Pascal Bence - Technical Director Michel Bonhoure - Engineer Ernie Brooks - Bass (Electric), Liner Notes Rhys Chatham - Composer, Mixing, Primary Artist Rhys Chatham Ensemble - Ensemble Didier Cocatrix - Photography Kent Condon - Guitar (Electric) Tony Conrad - Liner Notes Jeff Hunt - Art Direction, Executive Producer Jeffrey Hunt - Art Direction, Executive Producer Jonathan Kane - Drums, Liner Notes Robert Longo - Cover Photo Robin Lyon - Guitar (Electric) Nancy McGlamery - Editorial Assistant Jean-François Pauvros - Guitar (Electric) Dominique Pichon - Guitar (Electric) Stan Pressner - Lighting Director Martin Wheeler - Mixing
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