Tuesday, December 11, 2007

2 CD! Morton Feldman összes hegedű-zongora duója. Közte a For John Cage! Kitünő előadás!ˇ
[A legnagyobb címeknél kifogyott (pl. Amazon), ugyanakkor a JAZZLOFT honlapján több tucatnyi Feldman mű található (részletes ismertetéssel!) és megvehető!]
Marc Sabat
(a névre kattintva megismerhető Sabat munkássága, számos illusztrációval)

is a Canadian composer and violinist living in Berlin since 1999. He has written concert music for various ensembles including acoustic instruments, live computer and electronics, as well as making recorded projects involving sound and video (installation, DVD, and internet). He has recently developed The Extended Helmholtz-Ellis JI Pitch Notation and is currently teaching a course in acoustics and experimental intonation at the Universität der Künste Berlin. Sabat also performs chamber music and solo concerts and has recorded music on various labels including mode records, World Edition, and HatArt. Marc Sabat studied at the University of Toronto and the Juilliard School of Music in New York.


Canadians Stephen Clarke and Marc Sabat are both active composers and performers of contemporary music. Since 1996, they have collaborated as a piano and violin duo. They have played concerts, made recordings, and commissioned composers to write new pieces, including Maria de Alvear, Martin Arnold, Gerald Barry, Christopher Butterfield, Allison Cameron, Chris Paul Harman, Michael Hynes, Udo Kasemets, James Rolfe, Linda Catlin Smith, James Tenney, and Christian Wolff. Their recordings include the first complete recording of Morton Feldman's music for violin and piano for Mode (New York).Stephen Clarke has worked with a number of ensembles and has performed as a soloist in festivals in Europe, Canada and the U.S. He has performed as a soloist with the Los Angeles Philharmonic New Music Group, the Toronto Symphony Orchestra and the Composers' Orchestra. He has written pieces for various ensembles.

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