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The Previous Evening (Music for Dance Volume 4) is a studio album by English guitarist, composer and improviser Fred Frith. It is the fourth of a series of Music for Dance albums Frith made, and was recorded in Germany in 1993 and 1996. The Previous Evening was composed by Frith and is divided into three parts, in which Frith pays homage to three contemporary classical composers, John Cage, Morton Feldman and Earle Brown
This recording is dedicated to my father, Donald Frith, whose support has been and continues to be warm and unwavering. The series and its catalog number do not appear on release.
The Previous Evening Fred Frith. The Previous Evening. This album has an average beat per minute of BPM (slowest/fastest tempos:, BPM). Tracklist The Previous Evening.
It's in this piece that Frith's personal instrumental voice is most clearly identifiable, with snippets of prepared guitar advancing and retreating through the mix. The second part is a tribute to Morton Feldman on which Frith plays piano accompanied by a percussionist and clarinetist. As befits a tribute to Feldman, the piece unfolds with almost painful slowness, making only limited use of the clarinet and almost subliminal use of percussion, the piano playing only one or two notes every few seconds and rarely any chords. Part three, in honor of Earle Brown, is the more challenging.
The Previous Evening is a music studio album recording by FRED FRITH (essive Rock) released in 1997 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. Studio Album, released in 1997. Songs, Tracks Listing. 1 Part 1 (Homunculi- Homage To John Cage) 19:40 2 Part 2 (Antique- Homage To Morton Feldman) 22:35 3 Part 3 (Trip To The Moon- Homage To Earle Brown) 13:16.
Pacifica is a studio album by English guitarist, composer and improvisor Fred Frith. Texts, taken from the Chilean poet Pablo Neruda's works, were recorded by Sergio Meza in September 1997 in Santiago, Chile and were added to the music in 1998.
The Previous Evening. Studio album by Fred Frith. The Previous Evening was originally commissioned by United States choreographer Amanda Miller. Part I was premiered by the London Contemporary Dance Theatre at Sadler's Wells, London in December 1993. Parts II and III were premiered by the Pretty Ugly Dance Company in 1996, at the Tiroler Landestheater, Innsbruck and the Hebbel Theater, Berlin, respectively. Frith incorporated elements of John Cage, Morton Feldman and Earle Brown's working methods into the respective pieces on the album. Fragments of text heard in Part I were taken at random from John Cage's book Silence:.
Eleventh Hour is a double album by English guitarist, composer and improvisor Fred Frith. It comprises five long pieces composed by Frith between 1990 and 2001, and was performed by the Arditti Quartet (strings) with Uwe Dierksen (trombone), William Winant (electric guitars) and Frith (electric guitars), in Germany and the United States in 2003 and 2004. Frith only plays on the second CD of this album. Disc 1. "Lelekovice (String Quartet for Iva Bittová)" (Frith).
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|1||Part 1 (Homunculi- Homage To John Cage)
Words By [Fragments Of Text] – John Cage
|2||Part 2 (Antique- Homage To Morton Feldman)||22:35|
|3||Part 3 (Trip To The Moon- Homage To Earle Brown)||13:16|
- Recorded At – Studio Grodon
- Recorded At – Jankowski Studio
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – ReR Megacorp
- Copyright (c) – Fred Frith
- Distributed By – ReR Megacorp
- Distributed By – Cuneiform Records
- Distributed By – Locus Solus
- Clarinet – Christian Kaya (tracks: 1), Claudio Puntin (tracks: 2, 3)
- Engineer – Benedykt Grodon (tracks: 1)
- Engineer, Mixed By – Peter Hardt (tracks: 2, 3)
- Mastered By – Bill Sharp* (tracks: 2, 3)
- Percussion – Bernd Settelmeyer (tracks: 2, 3), Heike Liss (tracks: 1)
- Producer – Amanda Miller
- Voice – Bernd Weber (tracks: 1)
- Voice, Instruments [All Other], Effects [Manipulations] – Fred Frith
NotesPart 1 recorded in the Spring of 1993 at Studio Grodon, Munich. Parts 2 & 3 recorded in April & June 1996 at Studio Jankowski, Stuttgart.
Part 1 was premiered by London Contemporary Dance Theatre at Sadlers Wells, London in December 1993. Parts 2 & 3 were premiered by the Pretty Ugly Dance Company in 1996, at the Tiroler Landestheater, Innsbruck and Hebbel Theater, Berlin respectively.
Fragments of text heard in Part 1 were taken at random from John Cage's book "Silence". Tape editing, the structure of events, and dynamic markings in this section were also determined using chance methods.
"This recording is dedicated to my father, Donald Frith, whose support has been and continues to be warm and unwavering."
The series and its catalog number do not appear on release
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- Barcode (String): 752725008020
- Label Code: LC-2677
- Label Code: LC 2677
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