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Cage, John : Winter Music

Label: Another Timbre
Product Code: 25023
Catalog Code: at118
Country: UK
 
Price: $15.95



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John Cage's 1957 composition in a visceral realisation for four pianos, played by John Tilbury, Philip Thomas, Mark Knoop and Catherine Laws, using chance procedures to assign each of the pianist's five of the twenty pages of the score, the pianists agreeing on an overall duration of 40 minutes and preparing their parts independently, performed without rehearsal.


Feldman, Morton : Piano, Violin, Viola, Cello

Label: Another Timbre
Product Code: 24081
Catalog Code: at113
Country: UK
 
Price: $11.00



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Morton Feldman's final composition, originally premiered in 1987, here performed by pianist Mark Knoop, violinist Aisha Orazbayeva, violist Bridget Carey, and cellist Anton Lukoszevieze, recording a year after their successful performance at London's Cafe Oto, maintaining focus and concentration on this large, unhurried work of micro-variations.


Harrison, Bryn : Receiving the Approaching Memory

Label: Another Timbre
Product Code: 22324
Catalog Code: at96
Country: UK
 
Price: $15.95



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Bryn Harrison's highly acclaimed, labyrinthine composition for violin & piano from 2014, expertly realised by violinist Aisha Orazbayeva and pianist Mark Knoop, for whom this 5-part work of beautiful repetitions reflecting tapestries of sound was written.


Stockhausen, Karlheinz : Mantra (performed by Mark Knoop, Roderick Chadwick and Newton Armstrong)

Label: Hat [now] ART
Product Code: 19765
Catalog Code: Hat[now]ART190
Country: Switzerland
 
Price: $17.95



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Stockhausen's late 60s composition "Mantra" was a return to his intricately systematised approach to musical construction, expanding the possibilities and potentialities of the serial principle to allow for more melodic and embraceable compositions.