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Earle Brown

Earle A. Brown Jr.

Также известно как: Brown, E. Brown, E.B., Earl Brown
Группа в интернете: http://www.earle-brown.org/

Дискография Earle Brown:

# Название релиза Информация об aльбоме Купить альбом в iTunes Год издания Лейбл
1 Cifre · Four Systems · Cartridge Music 4 audio iTunes 1989 Edition RZ
2 4 Systems, Music For Amplified Toy Piano, Music For Carillon, Edges 4 audio iTunes 1974 EMI Electrola
3 Morton Feldman / Earle Brown 7 audio iTunes 1962 Time Records (3)
4 Morton Feldman / Earle Brown 7 audio iTunes 1970 Mainstream Records
5 Music By Earle Brown 4 audio iTunes 1974 Composers Recordings Inc. (CRI)
6 II. Streichquartett / String Quartet / III.Streichquartett 9 audio iTunes 1970 Deutsche Grammophon
7 Tracer 18 audio iTunes 2007 Mode
8 Synergy 4 audio iTunes 1995 hat ART
9 The New York School 17 audio iTunes 1992 hat ART
10 Music For Piano(s) 1951-1995 32 audio iTunes 1996 New Albion
11 Musik Für Violoncello (Und Klavier) - Siegfried Palm · Aloys Kontarsky 8 audio iTunes 1975 Deutsche Grammophon
12 Chamber Music 14 audio iTunes 2003 Matchless Recordings
13 Folio And Four Systems 13 audio iTunes 2006 Tzadik
14 December 1952, Concert & Rehearsal 2 audio iTunes UbuWeb
15 Synergy 4 audio iTunes 2010 hat[now]ART
16 Twenty-five Pages 5 audio iTunes 1997 Wergo
17 La Musica Nuova 11 audio iTunes RCA Italiana
18 Abstract Sound Objects 5 audio iTunes 2012 WERGO
19 Feldman / Brown 7 audio iTunes 2013 Doxy
20 The New Music 4 audio iTunes RCA Victrola
21 Zeitgenössische Cellomusik 8 audio iTunes 1975 Orbis (2)
22 II. Streichquartett / String Quartet / III.Streichquartett 9 audio iTunes 1970 Deutsche Grammophon
23 Synergy 4 audio iTunes 1995 Hat Hut Records
24 Kontra-Punkte / Thrêne, Pour Les Victimes D'Hiroshima / Available Forms 1 / Rimes Pour Différentes Sources Sonores 4 audio iTunes 1969

US composer, born December 26, 1926 in Lunenburg, Massachusetts; died July 2, 2002 in Rye, New York. Brown studied the Schillinger technique of composition as well as engineering and mathematics. He married his childhood sweetheart Carolyn Rice, and the two moved to Denver, Colorado to teach. While in Colorado, a tour brought through [a=Merce Cunningham], [a=John Cage] and [a=David Tudor], who instantly became close friends were to be a big influence in their lives. The couple moved to New York City in the summer of 1952 to be closer to these kindred spirits. Earle Brown joined John Cage in his work on the Project for Music for Magnetic Tape, while [a=Carolyn Brown (2)] became one of the founding members of Merce Cunningham dance company. During this time, Earle Brown was working with open form compositions, such as his "Four Systems" which were to inspire John Cage to explore indeterminacy. Through John Cage, Earle Brown was to meet [a=Pierre Boulez] who helped bring Brown's work to attention in Europe. Not able to support himself through composition alone, Earle got a job as a recording engineer with Capital Records on June 6, 1955, and was later promoted to mixer. In 1960, he quit Capital Records, but shortly after was offered to curate a series of recordings for [l=Time Records (3)], which was later taken over by [l=Mainstream Records].

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