2009/02/19

2 for solo instruments (new links aug.15.2009)

it looks positively arctic outside my window right now, and this Feldman for piano is just about perfect for the occasion. out of the 4 recordings of this piece that i know, with pianists Stephane Ginsburgh, John Tilbury (we had here before), Hildegard Kleeb, and Markus Hinterhauser, i chose the last because it is perhaps the most bleak, and most fitting for my surrounding frozen white landscape.


and this is an all time favorite. don't know what else to say, it is simply stunning.

15 comments:

wightdj said...

Perfect stuff for my mood. Thanks.

migwell said...

I'm getting some skipping in the final 5 minutes of the Feldman piece. Not complaining, thanks for posting it, just letting you know!

David Toub said...

I just noticed the same skipping. Shame---it really harshes my vibe at that point.

Anonymous said...

happy to have the complete clarinet. can never have enough scelsi thank you

hypersausage said...

help
i downloaded the morton feldman but i can't seem to unzip it. is there a password? thanks.

zhao said...

no password. try another unzip method.

and sorry about skipping... will try to see if i can either find another copy or fix the problem with software...

Anonymous said...

Great stuff. Thank you.

Any chance of putting up the 'For Christian Wolff' post again?

Newk said...

Nice to see two of my favorites paired in a post! As Anon stated, one can never have enough Scelsi.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for these - were you able to do anything about the skipping in the Feldman?

renrew said...

Thanks for the "Complete Clarinet".
Interesting to listen is also
"Clarinet Summit" at
http://inconstantsol.blogspot.com

a-g said...

agree totally on the Scelsi solo clarinet. totally awesome!

Anonymous said...

REUP!!! PLEASE

camilink said...

Please Re-Up. This the rapidshare comment:
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zhao said...

new links in post

ryan said...

interesting that you find the feldman bleak. i've always felt this piece to be his most sensual (not something i can say about most feldman works).