In a way this is sort of 'neo-Arts Nova' music, inventing structures to create all aspects of music from the ground up. It's a useful thing that along with his formidable intellect, Rosenboom is blessed with a natural, near-overwhelming musicality. There's a continual sense of curiosity and musical play animating the proceedings. And so, beyond the initial mix of electronic and instrumental swirls, burps, vast harmonic skeins and similarly evanescent musical poetry, and after an initial commitment to becoming immersed has been made, there are moments of genuine discovery.
And each piece within the cycle is long enough that the listener can be fully absorbed. This CD is thoroughly engrossing, and highly recommended. At Northern Illinois University on 19th April a remarkable concert took place featuring the twinned pianos of composers David Rosenboom and J. Floyd with added magic from South Indian percussionist Trichy Sankaran. The pianists improvise around ostinato chords and modal scales that circulate within a potentially endless cyclical form. A dazzling ten-minute percussion solo follows.
It wasn't included on the vinyl issue but clarifies helpfully an affinity between the aspirations of the two Americans and the dynamic tradition nourishing Sankaran. It resoundingly confirms the spirit of the occasion and puts the seal on a vital and thoroughly uplifting recording.
In Is Art Is the complete trio is together again and for the duration of the piece show their most agitated composing-improvising work, with vigorous rhythmic patterns that chase each other in short and long sustained repetitions and improvised variations with the Indian's propelling work for an exhausting tour de force.
A simply magnificent record. As ever with Rosenboom's work, it is charged with concentrated intellect yet makes for rich listening. The pieces documented on Invisible Gold represent an undeniable milestone in the history of electronic music.
From very limited materials, convincing musical shapes are created. This CD is a must have for those interested in and passionate about the continuing evolution of experimental electronic music.
His music, though firmly planted in the avant—garde and bristling with intellectual vigor, has always had a visceral, eclectic energy that sets it apart from the purely academic This music is idea based Rosenboom's superb ear for sonic detail, orchestration and improvisational nuance keep these potentially dry ideas vigorous and compelling in the hearing. Though the sounds were made from a complicated analogue electronic circuit of Rosenboom's design, it often sounds like Call Cobbs's harpsichord playing with Albert Ayler put through Terry Riley's timely accumulator.
As ever with Rosenboom there's plenty going on at all times: withing the gleaming chromium texture of digital pop he envelops minimalist sequences, snatches of jazz and austere funk, echoes of Indian music, movie soundtrack moodiness, classic electronica and outright avant gardism, churned into a swirling continuum that accommodates and transcends them all.
In effect, this is a vibrant celebration of active listening and of the musical plenitude that goes with being alive now. Our ears may have done a lot of catching up but Future Travel remains an exceptional pleasure.
This is a challenge that David Rosenboom seems positively to relish. His new album Future Travel is remarkable not only for the warm organic timbres he coaxes from his synthesizers, but for the way these are woven into a tapestry that is as revelatory macroscopically as microscopically Rosenboom's new perspectives on electronic music are sure to suggest fresh possibilities to other composers working in this area.
Also, the music just plain sounds good. The result [Two Lines] is an exciting, often wave—like interaction French Pop. French Rock. Johnny Hallyday. Traditional Music. Pays Basque. Others French. European Grooves. Other Countries. Soul 80s.
Italo Disco. Acid jazz. Groove Revival. Jazz Classic. Cool Jazz. Modern Jazz. Jazz fusion. Vocal jazz. Spiritual jazz. Free Jazz. Others Jazz. US Rap. Old School Rap. West coast Rap. East coast Rap. Others US Rap. French Rap. International Rap. Hip Hop Movies. Though this thing may pass into that, and that into this, yet the sum of things remains unchanged. Mary M. Rather materials are composed as they arise from what we think of as an "opera generator.
The first public realization of AH! Currently, it is best experienced by visiting the AH! Some of Rosenboom's scores for AH! Kicking Little Shadows is an accessible solo piano piece written especially for young pianists. It is inspired by rhythm and blues ideas explored through several contemporary techniques. A subtle and hard driving solo piano piece linking rhythm and blues inspirations with Zen-soul and forms of gradual processes, in memory James Brown and with reference to Chi-fo a.
Feng-seng , may also be arranged or orchestrated and improvisations added. Kicking Shadows was originally written for solo piano. It may also be arranged or orchestrated and improvisations added. The composer has made parts for four trumpets piccolo trumpet optional on high parts that can be added to or mixed with the solo piano. Welcome to popular music site IsraBox!
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IsraBox - Music is Life! Tracklist:Composed and developed during the period , new realisations and revisions made in and All recordings were made in the Dizzy Gillespie Digital Recording Studio and Roy O. Disney Recital Hall recording Studio at the Herb Alpert School of Music, California Institute of the Arts, and in the composer's personal studio.