Morton Feldman: Composing by Numbers - The Graphic Scores, 1950-67 - Barton Workshop; Frank Denyer (piano); Marieke Keser (violin); Philip Corner (piano); Taco Kooistra (cello);...

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  1. Projection 1, for solo cello
  2. Projection 2, for flute, trumpet, violin, cello & piano
  3. Projection 3, for 2 pianos
  4. Projection 4, for violin & piano
  5. Projection 5, for 3 flutes, trumpet, piano, violin & cello
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  1. Projection 1, for solo cello
  2. Projection 2, for flute, trumpet, violin, cello & piano
  3. Projection 3, for 2 pianos
  4. Projection 4, for violin & piano
  5. Projection 5, for 3 flutes, trumpet, piano, violin & cello
  6. Intersection 1, for large orchestra
  7. Marginal Intersection, for large orchestra
  8. Intersection 2, for piano
  9. Intersection 3, for piano
  10. Intersection 4, for cello
  11. Out of "Last Pieces", for orchestra
  12. The Straits of Magellan, for flute, horn, trumpet, harp, electric guitar, piano & bass
  13. In Search of an Orchestration, for orchestra
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Like fellow composers John Cage, Christian Wolff, and Earle Brown, Morton Feldman experimented for a time with graphic notation, and toyed with the various possibilities of this looser, less prescriptive method. While free of serialist clichés and conventions, the musical results on Composing by Numbers are subject to the limitations of the ...

Morton Feldman: Composing by Numbers - The Graphic Scores, 1950-67 2005, Mode Records

UPC: 764593014621

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