Morton Feldman / Barbara Monk Feldman ‎– Strings, Keyboard, Percussion, Voices, Horn

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Morton Feldman Two Pieces [For Dany Stern] (1:44)
1 Allegro 0:26
2 Intermezzo 1:18
3 Morton Feldman Extensions 5
Performer – Alicia Eppinga
4:21
4 Morton Feldman Two Instruments
Performer – Paul Austin (3)
13:26
5 Morton Feldman Wind [For Naomi Newman]
Performer – Barbara Witham McCargarText By – Boris Pasternak
1:31
6 Morton Feldman Followe Thy Faire Sunne
Performer – Brian Craig (3), Glenn FreemanText By – Thomas Campion
1:54
Morton Feldman Dance Suite [For Merle Marsicano]
Performer – Debora Petrina, Glenn Freeman
(21:22)
7 I
8 II
9 III
10 IV 5:37
11 Morton Feldman For Stockhausen, Cage, Stravinsky And Mary Sprinson 0:33
12 Barbara Monk Feldman Duo For Piano And Percussion
Performer – Glenn Freeman
12:49
13 Barbara Monk Feldman The Gentlest Chord
Performer – Gwendolyn FaasenText By – Rainer Maria Rilke
3:02
14 Barbara Monk Feldman Clear Edge 4:59
15 Barbara Monk Feldman Pour Un Nuage Violet
Performer – Christina Fong
24:33

Credits

Notes

Recorded on location at Kretschmer Recital Hall of Aquinas College, Trinity United Methodist Church of Grand Rapids, Gwendolyn Faasen Studio & Spirit House, Prague State Opera Studio, Mexicains Sans Frontieres, First Baptist Church of Kalamazoo and OgreOgress productions. Special thanks to Greg Bliss, Hugo Claudin, Helen Craig, Keith Fredlund, David Hall & Ric Troll.

Two Pieces [For Dany Stern] (1948) for cello and piano
Extensions 5 (1953) for 2 cellos
Two Instruments (1958) for horn and cello
Wind [For Naomi Newman] (1960) for voice and piano
Followe They Faire Sunne (1962) for voice and chime
Dance Suite [For Merle Marsicano] (1963) for percussion and piano|celeste
For Stockhausen, Cage, Stravinsky and Mary Sprinson (1972) for cello and piano
Duo for Piano and Percussion (1988)
The Gentlest Chord (1991) for voice
Clear Edge (1993) for piano
Pour Un Nuage Violet (1998) for violin and cello; title from Marguerite Clerbout
all are first recordings

special thanks to the Paul Sacher Foundation

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  • Matrix / Runout: 4803-DV-0004 01

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