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8 thoughts on “ Steve Reich / Amadinda Percussion Group - Music For 18 Musicians Live In Budapest (CD, Album)

  1. Voktilar says:
    The first section of Steve Reich’s composition Music for 18 Musicians begins with a pulsing vibraphone, pounding out notes every quarter beat. That vibraphone is soon echoed by another vibraphone. Eventually, violins, clarinets, pianos, and female vocalists coalesce into one body of pulsing notes which fade in and out.
  2. Music for 18 Musicians is approximately 55 minutes gavinarakeleronmalofym.xyzinfo first sketches were made for it in May and it was completed in March Although its steady pulse and rhythmic energy relate to many of my earlier works, its instrumentation, structure and harmony are new.
  3. Feb 03,  · Now more than three decades old, Steve Reich's Music for 18 Musicians has become an icon of 20th-century American music.. At almost an .
  4. Sashura says:
    Music for 18 Musicians, a classical music Album by Steve Reich. Released in April on ECM (catalog no. ECM ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Minimalism. Featured peformers: Shem Guibbory (violin), Ken Ishii (cello), Elizabeth Arnold (aka_text voice role_id aka_text), Rebecca Armstrong (aka_text voice role_id aka_text), Nurit Tilles (piano), Larry Karush (piano, maracas), Gary Schall.
  5. performed by Amadinda Percussion Group (guest: Lajos Tóth) The recording was made in Müpa Budapest, at the Bernstein Marathon (4 February, ), which was a coproduction of Budapest Festival.
  6. Fenrinris says:
    If you only want one Reich CD, this should be it, as Music for 18 Musicians may well be his masterpiece. — BBC Music Magazine, April , More Release Date: 13th Apr
  7. Fenrisida says:
    Read album review at gavinarakeleronmalofym.xyzinfo CD 1. Steve Reich Composer. Music for 18 Musicians, for 4 female voices and 16 instruments Work. György Oravecz Maracas, Ágnes Dobszay Vocals, Zoltán Váczi Marimba, Benedek Tóth Xylophone, László Melis Violin, Zsuzsanna Lukin Vocals, Béla Faragó Piano, Ida Szabó Vocals, Steve Reich, Amadinda Percussion Group Ensemble, Tibor Nemes Piano, Zsolt Sárkány Marimba, Gergely Bíró Marimba.
  8. Fenrizuru says:
    Label: Hungaroton Classic - HCD • Format: CD Album • Country: Hungary • Genre: Classical • Style: Contemporary Steve Reich / Amadinda Percussion Group - Music For 18 Musicians Live In Budapest (, CD) | Discogs/5(2).

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