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The University Of Massachusetts Lowell Percussion Ensemble, Jeffrey Fischer, Paul D. Lehrman - Ballet Mécanique And Other Works For Player Pianos, Percussion, And Electronics

The University Of Massachusetts Lowell Percussion Ensemble, Jeffrey Fischer, Paul D. Lehrman - Ballet Mécanique And Other Works For Player Pianos, Percussion, And Electronics
  • Performer The University Of Massachusetts Lowell Percussion Ensemble, Jeffrey Fischer, Paul D. Lehrman
  • Title Ballet Mécanique And Other Works For Player Pianos, Percussion, And Electronics
  • Date of release 2000
  • Country US
  • Style Modern, Contemporary
  • Label Electronic Music Foundation
  • Catalog number EMF CD 020
  • Other formats CD, Album
  • Genre Classical
  • Size MP3 2018 mb
  • Size FLAC 1198 mb
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 622

Tracklist

1Amadeo RoldánRitmica No. 6
Percussion – Aaron Pearsall, Abe Finch, Andrea Scott, Dorothea Kastanas, James Powers, Michael Murgia, Peter Himmer, Scott Brenner, Scott Dupre, Simon Thomsen, Zach Field
1:54
2George AntheilBallet Pour Instruments Mécaniques Et Percussion
Drums [Bass] – Peter Himmer, Scott Brenner, Simon Thomsen, Zach FieldPiano – John McDonald , Juanita TsuXylophone – Abe Finch, Andrea Scott, James PowersXylophone, Tam-tam – Scott Dupre
30:51
3Richard GraysonShoot The Piano Player4:33
4Amadeo RoldánRitmica No. 5
Percussion – Aaron Pearsall, Abe Finch, Andrea Scott, Dorothea Kastanas, James Powers, Michael Murgia, Peter Himmer, Scott Brenner, Scott Dupre, Simon Thomsen, Zach Field
2:42
5John Cage And Lou HarrisonDouble Music
Percussion – Abe Finch, James Powers, Peter Himmer, Scott Dupre, Zach Field
6:43
6Felix MendelssohnSaltarello-Presto From Symphony No. 4 ("Italian")
Arranged By – Paul D. Lehrman
6:01
7Richard GraysonMister 5286:50

Credits

  • ConductorJeffrey Fischer (tracks: 1, 4, 5, 7)
  • Engineer [Assistant]Bert Foster, Matthew Azevedo, Richard Furch
  • EnsembleThe University Of Massachusetts Lowell Percussion Ensemble
  • Producer, Liner NotesPaul D. Lehrman
  • Recorded By, Mixed ByJonathan Wyner
  • Technician [Executive Technical Director]Bill Carman
  • Technician [Technical Assistant To Paul Lehrman]Wayne Cochrane

Notes

Liner notes in English

1) Double Music for percussion quartet.
2) Shoot The Piano Player for player piano and electronics (first recording).
3) Mister 528 for multiple player pianos and electronics (first recording).
4) Ritmica No. 5 for percussion ensemble.
5) Ritmica No. 6 for percussion ensemble.
6) Saltarello-Presto from Symphony No. 4 ("Italian") arranged 1999 for 16 player pianos (first recording).
7) Ballet pour Instruments Mécaniques et Percussion for 3 xylophones, 4 bass drums, tamtam, two pianos, siren, 7 bells, 3 airplane propellors, and 16 player pianos (first recording of this version).

Recorded November 20, 1999 at Durgin Concert Hall, University of Massachusetts, Lowell.
Mixed at Sounds Interesting, Middleborough, Massachusetts.

Barcodes

  • Barcode (Text): 6 53727 73192 6
  • Barcode: 653727731926
  • Matrix / Runout: 15392-CD 01D ESP LaserMatrix
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LJ36

Companies

  • Distributed By – Electronic Music Foundation
  • Copyright (c) – Paul D. Lehrman
  • Mastered At – M Works Mastering Studio, Cambridge, MA
  • Pressed By – ESP Laser Matrix
  • Recorded At – Durgin Concert Hall

Album

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