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Max Neuhaus - Electronics & Percussion - Five Realizations By Max Neuhaus album mp3

  • Performer: Max Neuhaus
  • Genre: Electronic / Classical
  • Title: Electronics & Percussion - Five Realizations By Max Neuhaus
  • Released: 1968
  • Style: Contemporary, Experimental
  • Country: US
  • MP3 version size: 1904 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1957 mb
  • Other: MIDI AHX DXD ADX MMF AAC MOD
  • Rating: 4.9
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The song 'Fontana Mix, Feed' by Max Neuhaus has a tempo of 62 beats per minute (BPM) on 'Electronics & Percussion: Five Realizations by Max Neuhaus'.

Max Neuhaus (August 9, 1939 – February 3, 2009) was an American classical musician and artist who was a noted interpreter of the experimental percussion music in the 1960s.

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Taken from the album "Electronics & Percussion - Five Realizations By Max Neuhaus" (1968) Columbia Masterworks ‎– MS 7139.

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Includes: Earle Brown Four Systems for four amplified cymbals, Morton Feldman The King of Denmark, Sylvano Bussotti Coeur pour Batteur - Positively Yes, Karlheinz Stockhausen No. 9, Zyklus for one percussionist, and John Cage Fontana Mix for contact microphones on various percussion instruments.

Among them were Electronics and Percussion: Five Realizations by Max Neuhaus and Zyklus, a Stockhausen composition that called for 21 different instruments. By 1968, however, he had set out on a career as a new kind of music maker. Seeking to define the art that Mr. Neuhaus more or less invented, one admiring critic, John Rockwell, referred to him in The Times as an environmental composer. Continue reading the main story. Mr. Neuhaus created several pieces involving penny whistles submerged in swimming pools, emitting sounds that could be heard only underwater and requiring the audience to wear bathing suits.

Electronics & Percussion: Five Realizations by Max Neuhaus. The New York School: Nine Realizations of Cage, Feldman, Brown. Brown, Feldman, Cage; Max Neuhaus. 1. Showing official release groups by this artist. Show all release groups instead, or show various artists release groups. Sort name: Neuhaus, Max. Type: Person.

Tracklist

Earle Brown Four Systems - For Four Amplified Cymbals 5:05
Morton Feldman The King Of Denmark 6:16
Sylvano Bussotti Coeur Pour Batteur - Positively Yes 10:11
Karlheinz Stockhausen No. 9 Zyklus For One Percussionist 11:36
John Cage Fontana Mix - Feed 10:20

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MS 7139 Max Neuhaus Electronics & Percussion - Five Realizations By Max Neuhaus ‎(LP, Album) Columbia Masterworks MS 7139 US 1968
MS 7139 Max Neuhaus Electronics & Percussion (Five Realizations By Max Neuhaus) ‎(LP, Album, 2-E) Columbia Masterworks MS 7139 US 1968
MS 7139 Max Neuhaus Electronics & Percussion - Five Realizations By Max Neuhaus ‎(LP, Album) Columbia Masterworks MS 7139 Canada 1968
MS 7139, BTS 17 Various Electronics & Percussion / The Wild Sounds Of New Music ‎(LP, Album + 7", EP, Comp) Columbia Masterworks, Columbia Masterworks MS 7139, BTS 17 US 1968
CBS S 34-61 063 Max Neuhaus Electronique Et Percussion - Cinq Réalisations Par Max Neuhaus ‎(LP) CBS CBS S 34-61 063 France 1968
SICC 79 Max Neuhaus Electronics & Percussion - Five Realizations By Max Neuhaus ‎(CD, RE, RM) Sony Classical SICC 79 Japan 2002

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