Alcune suonerie minimaliste sono disponibili da questa pagina. Ottime recensioni da Gizmodo e Wired. Effettivamente se fossero tutte così, viaggiare in treno sarebbe piacevole. Potrebbero interessarti anche: Suonerie “colte” Ma siamo pazzi!?
Holly Herndon (born Tennessee, 1980s) is an American composer, musician, and sound artist based in San Francisco, California. She has released two albums on the record label RVNG Intl. She often uses the visual programming language Max/MSP to create custom instruments and vocal processes, and has collaborated with artists such [...]
In C continues to receive numerous performances every year, by professionals, students, and amateurs. It has had repeated recordings since its 1968 LP premiere, and most are still in print. It welcomes performers from a vast range of practices and traditions, from classical to rock to jazz to non-Western. Recordings [...]
Tom Johnson is really a minimalist composer; in fact, he coined the term while serving as the new music critic for the Village Voice. He works with simple forms, limited scales, and generally reduced materials, but he proceeds in a more logical way than most minimalists, often using formulas, permutations, [...]
Sempre dagli archivi della Fondazione Pulitzer, Different Trains di Steve Reich (anche se a me non piace più di tanto). Program Notes Different Trains, released in 1989, captures Reich harnessing a return to using speech patterns in his work, as in ‘Rain,’ with a spare though startling string accompaniment in [...]
Russian sound artist Polina Voronova creates shimmering tapestries that walk the fine line between pretty and mystical. Minimal and drone oriented, her compositions are often delicate and full are bell-like tones; a city of chimes and tuning forks. The album is free available from the Excentrica netlabel in 320kbps MP3. [...]
Per gli amanti di Philip Glass ecco una (piccola) parte di Einstein on the Beach (1976), secondo me il punto più alto della sua carriera, eseguita dal vivo dallo stesso Glass e dal suo ensemble. Philip Glass live on YouTube playing Train/Spaceship from Einstein on the Beach (1976) Train/Spaceship, part [...]
On the October 2006, Peter Aidu (one of the most highly acclaimed modern pianist in Russia) performed the legendary Steve Reich’s composition Piano Phase with an absolutely unique technique. While playing on two pianos, with a left hand on one instrument and the right hand playing separately on the second [...]