Phill Niblock - Sound Delta mp3 flac download
|Genre:||Electronic / Sounds|
|Style:||Field Recording, Drone, Minimal|
|Date of release:||2010|
|MP3 album size:||1611 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1661 mb|
|Digital formats:||MP4 ADX RA MPC VQF ASF XM|
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In Five More String Quartets the musicians are tuned to specific pitches by calibrated sine tones as they play and the sound they produce is recorded, unprocessed, to multitrack tape. The piece is built up by means of multitrack recording. Early Winter has a different structure: a mixing of recorded instruments, computer controlled electronic instruments, and live instruments in the studio.
Phill Niblock was born October 2, 1933, in Anderson, Indiana, and gained a degree in Economics before turning to photography and film in 1960. He shot portraits of many leading personalities in New York's jazz and avant-garde art circles in the early 1960s, ranging from Duke Ellington and Sun Ra to John Cage and Yoko Ono. Inspired by Morton Feldman's pieces containing extremely drawn-out notes, as well as by other music, he began to make music himself, and became part of the scene around the Sonic Arts Union (Gordon Mumma, Alvin Lucier, and others)
5 tracks · 14 October 2013. Niblock, Phill: Disseminate Ostrava; Kontradictionaries; Disseminate Q-o2.
American minimalist composer Phill Niblock has been active in his multimedia endeavors since the mid-'60s. His shows usually incorporate film footage (generally are long takes of non-Western people working), or other visual elements such as slides, video, and photography, often presenting more than one of these simultaneously with his music. His music itself is characterized by multiple tones sounding simultaneously for long stretches, creating a very dense, seemingly static sound.
This CD contains two compositions "Five More String Quartets" and "Early Winter," both of which are long, sustained sound universes which slowly change in pitch and timbre, redefining the form of the sonic space they simultaneously create and occupy.
Music by Phill Niblock has been added to your Cart. This CD contains two compositions"Five More String Quartets" and "Early winter" both of which are long, sustained sound universes that slowly change in pitch and timbre, redefining the form of the sonic space they simultaneously create and occupy.
по названию по исполнителю. Phill Niblock – Disseminate Ostrava (1998). Phill Niblock – Didjeridoos and Don ts. 21:21. Phill Niblock – Ten Auras. Phill Niblock – One Large Rose 3. 20:45. Phill Niblock – A Third Trombone (1978/94). Phill Niblock – One Large Rose 1. 60:54. Kislorod Broadcast – XLVIII - Monochrome Ambient Interview wit. 0:27. Phill Niblock – P K, Peter Kotik, Alto Flute. Phill Niblock (микротональная музыка) – A Third Trombone. Phill Niblock – Pan Fried 70, Part 4. 22:04
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|1.2||Bells And Timps
Recorded By [Church Bells] – Godfried Willem Raes*
NotesZound Delta was made at a residency with the European Sound Delta Project in 2009. The sounds were recorded from the mouth of the Danube River at the Black Sea, - to about 200km upstream, at Russe Bulgaria. In Russe, there was a festival, and the finished piece was played. There were boats (Belgian barges outfitted as living boats) starting at the mouth of the Danube and the Rhine Rivers, with changing residents, for several months.
Bells and Timps was made using church bells in Gent Belgium, recorded by Godfried Willem Raes of Logos Foundation, in 1986. I modified the time by stretching vastly, and some changes in pitch as well.
BuchBel was recorded during an overnight train ride from Bucharest to Belgrade. All sounds are from the train, with many layerings. The train trip was immediately after the festival in Russe, Bulgaria, in 2009.
All of the pieces were made in ProTools.
Part of the TouchRadio mp3 series, available from touchradio.org.uk and via the TouchPod iTunes podcast.