STEFAN WOLPE Stefan wolpe brief biography, compositions, writings, references, discography, links to relevant materials. http://graham.main.nc.us/~bhammel/MUSIC/wolpe.html
Extractions: Introduction The list of Wolpe's known compositions is not near complete; and some of the years of composition I do not know. I would be thankful for any additional information that anyone reading this page might be able to give me. Submissions for additional references, recordings and reviews of them will also be greatly appreciated and added to this page, with acknowledgement. NB All umlauted vowels in German are indicated in a traditional convention of simply following the vowel with an 'e'. This avoids difficulties of browser and terminal capabilities regarding fonts. Acknowledgements My thanks to John M. Johnsen of Texas Instruments Inc., for providing information to double the original size of this page, to David Bloch Prof. of Musicology, Tel-Aviv University and Director, The Group for New Music and the Terezin Music Memorial Project for contribution of material, and Tania Snoep for proof reading and error detection. Many thanks to Dr. Austin Clarkson, curator of the Stefan Wolpe Archive at York Univerity in Ontario, Canada for much information that has yet to find its way into this page.
Zamir Chorale: Index Of Jewish Choral Music Al Admateynu stephan wolpe; Al Chomotayich Yerushalayim Emanuel Amiran; Al Giv ot Shekh Avreik Mordecai Zeira; Al Givot Shech Avrek Mordecai Zeira http://www.zamir.org/db/titles.html
Extractions: A Freylachs (from "The Three Brides") Gilrod/Sandler A Nign Lazar Weiner A Psalm of Praise Samuel Adler A Simcha Tantz (from "At Grandmother's Knee") Simon Sargon Abi Gezint Abraham Ellstein Ach'shav Kulam Beyachad Kobi Oshrat Acharei Moti Emanuel Amiran Acharei Moti (Eulogy) Leo Low Acharey HaShkiya BaSadeh Naomi Shemer Achi HaTsa'ir Yehudah Yochanan Zarai Ad Eymatai Chorshin Andre Hajdu Adam b'chayav Dov Carmel Adijo Kerida folk Adir Bimlucha Joel Engel Adir Hu (from "Passover Songs") Yehezkel Braun Adir Hu (from "Six Short Hebrew Anthems") Herbert Fromm Adir Kevodo (from "Four Festive Songs") Mordecai Seter Adon Olam anonymous Yehezkel Braun David Burger Charles Davidson ... Robert Stern Adon Olam medley various Adon Olawm Louis Lewandowski Adonai Malach Emanuel Amiran Adonoi Zechoronu David Nowakowsky Adonoy Mawlawch Louis Lewandowski Adoration (Baruch Shem Kevod) Zoltan Kodaly Af'apey erev Dov Carmel Agada Chananya Kartchevsky Ahuvati (My Love) Yehudah Engel Akedat Yitzhak Aharon Harlap Al Admateynu Stephan Wolpe Al Chomotayich Yerushalayim Emanuel Amiran Al Giv'ot Shekh Avreik Mordecai Zeira Al Givot Shech Avrek Mordecai Zeira Al HaNissim Dov Frimer Al HaRachamim (On Mercy) Tzvi Avni Al HaShvil (Oyfn Veg) folk Al Hanissim Herbert Fromm Al Har Gavoha (Super Montem Excelsum) Yehezkel Braun Al Kol Eileh Naomi Shemer Al Naharot Bavel Emanuel Amiran Salamone Rossi Al Sefod Pavel Haas Al Tir'i Adama Shlomo Yaffe Al Tira (from "Six Short Hebrew Anthems") Herbert Fromm Aley Dvai Marc Lavri (Lavry) Aley Neyri Chaim Parchi Ali Be'er Efraim Ben-Haim Alle Brider Morris Winshevsky Alu Ze Banegev
American Mavericks: Composers Varèse, Edgard Buy SFS American Mavericks Concerts Vitiello, Steven Buy Wolff, Christian Buy NewMusicBox OtherMinds wolpe, stephan http://musicmavericks.publicradio.org/composers/
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Extractions: PUBLIC "-//The New York Public Library::Music Division//TEXT (US::NN::MUS::JPB 02-9::Teresa Sterne Papers )//ENG" "musstern.xml" Guide to the Teresa Sterne Papers, Processed by Dan Santamaria; Machine-readable finding aid created by Dan Santamaria. Processed and encoded through a gift from Robert W. Wilson. Machine readable finding aid created October, 2003. Description is in English October 16, 2006 EAD v1.0 finding aid converted to EAD 2002 using UC Berkeley's eadv1to2002.pl perl script. JPB 02-9 Guide to the Teresa Sterne Papers, Music Division The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts New York, New York Music Division. New York Public Library. 40 Lincoln Center Plaza New York, NY 10023-7498 http://nypl.org/research/lpa/mus/mus.html Processed by: Dan Santamaria Date Completed: September 2003 Encoded By: Dan Santamaria Processed and encoded through a gift from Robert W. Wilson. Descriptive Summary Teresa Sterne Papers, Sterne, Teresa JPB 02-9 10 linear feet 22 boxes The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts. Music Division.
Feldman 3a These remnants and shapes that can barely be heard at a distance, 6 as described by Feldman s teacher stephan wolpe, were brought into a context through http://silvertone.princeton.edu/~dbiro/FeldmanRev2.html
Extractions: Slowly Watching Memory An analysis of Morton Feldman's "Rothko Chapel" Diploma - Thesis in the Field of Music Composition (M.A.) Presented at the Third International Conference on Jewish Music in London, UK Introduction " Rothko Chapel " Morton Feldman composed "Rothko Chapel” as a tribute to his friend, the American painter, Mark Rothko. In 1971, at the request of the Menil Foundation of Houston, Texas, Rothko created an environment in which his 14 monumental paintings played a central role. These paintings act as objects on which all visitors to the Chapel, religious or non-religious could use for meditation. The life and work of Morton Feldman was very similar to that of Mark Rothko. Both were of eastern European Jewish heritage; both were involved in creating a new form of abstract art; and both were motivated to discover the mystery of perception within art. Feldman’s "Rothko Chapel", although abstract in its general unfolding, presents the listener with particular problems in regard to semiotic understanding.
Extractions: Lukas Foss Collection Span: 1930s-2000 English collection 16 boxes At the center of this large collection are the manuscripts and sketches for most of the compositions of the noted composer, conductor and teacher Lukas Foss. The collection is also rich in correspondence between Foss and many of the other leading composers of the twentieth century. The business and subject files contain information on many of Foss' commissions, performances, and teaching relationships involving the Buffalo, Chicago, Cincinnati and Cleveland orchestras and the American Symphony, as well as other orchestras, festivals, universities and conservatories across the country. One of the many interesting items is an early (age 7-8) attempt at an opera using the fairy tale which later became Foss' opera, Griffelkin. 67 manuscripts of unpublished works and 108 manuscripts of published works; 1 Anton Webern manuscript (2 page sketch of arrangement of Schoenberg's Kammersymphonie); photographs (ca. 100 items); childhood manuscript books; correspondence (ca. 400 items); business and subject files. No Lukas Foss Collection, Music Division, Library of Congress
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Lisa Moore Piano : Available Programs wolpe, stephan Trio for fl, vc, pf. Wright, Mary - Dad left before I got a chance to meet him **. Xenakis, Iannis - Dikthas, Akea http://www.lisamoore.org/programs.htm
Extractions: home bio press schedule ... archive Lisa Moore - musical extract var so = new SWFObject("flash/nomusic.swf", "pianokeys", "630", "130", "6", "#000000"); so.write("pianokeys"); Available Programs For the Sexes: The Gates of Paradise was a tour de force for Ms. Moore, the pianist for whom it was written. New York Times Dec 06 ipiano: keys to my brilliant career The Totally Wired Piano Wilde's World The Pianist Speaks ... Amercian Rites Repertoire Concerti Solo Repertoire "ipiano: keys to my brilliant career" This musically theatrical program features selections from the following list of new piano music, all based on song and/or dance.
DAVID TUDOR: Biography He studied with H. William Hawke (organ, theory), Irma wolpe Rademacher (piano) and stephan wolpe (composition and analysis).His first professional activity http://www.emf.org/tudor/Life/biography.html
Extractions: TUDOR biography David Tudor was born in Philadelphia, PA, in 1926. He studied with H. William Hawke (organ, theory), Irma Wolpe Rademacher (piano) and Stephan Wolpe (composition and analysis).His first professional activity was as an organist, and he subsequently became known as one of the leading avante-garde pianists of our time. Tudor gave highly acclaimed first or early performances of worksby contemporary composers Earle Brown, Sylvano Bussotti, Morton Feldman, Karlheinz Stockhausen, Christian Wolff, Stephan Wolpe, and La Monte Young, among others. Tudor began working with John Cage in the early fifties, as a member of the Merce Cunningham Dance Company and with Cage's Project of Music for Electronic Tape. Tudor gradually ended his active career as a pianist, turning exclusively to the composition of live electronic music. As a composer, Tudor chose specific electronic components and their interconnections to define both composition and performance drawing upon resources that were both flexible and complex. Tudor was one of four Core Artists who collaborated on the design of the Pepsi Pavilion for Expo '70, Osaka, Japan, a project of Experiments in Art and Technology, Inc. Many of Tudor's compositions have involved collaborative visual forces: light systems, laser projections, dance, theater, television, film. Tudor's last project, Toneburst: Maps and Fragments , was a collaboration with visual artist Sophia Ogielska. Tudor's several collaborations with visual artist Jacqueline Monnier included the development of a kite environment installed at the Whitney Museum (Philip Morris, NYC) in 1986, at the exhibition "Klangraume" in Dusseldorf in 1988, and at the Jack Tilton Gallery in New York City in 1990. Other collaborators have included Lowell Cross, Molly Davies, Viola Farber, Anthony Martin, and Robert Rauschenberg.
CDeMUSIC Pianist David Holzman performs music by stephan wolpe, in celebration of the hundreth anniversary of the composer s birth. Among the compositions is the http://www.cdemusic.org/store/cde_search.cfm?CurrentPage=5&keywords=br1
Extractions: Jump to: navigation search Peter Serkin (born July 24 ) is a distinguished American pianist He was born in New York City and is the son of one of the world's leading pianists, Rudolf Serkin , and grandson of the influential violinist Adolf Busch , whose daughter Irene had married Rudolf Serkin. (Peter was given the middle name Adolf in honor of his grandfather, according to Rudolf Serkin: A life by Stephen Lehmann and Marion Farber, Oxford, 2003, p. 96). In , at the age of 11, Serkin began studying at the Curtis Institute of Music where his teachers included the Polish pianist MieczysÅaw Horszowski , the American virtuoso Lee Luvisi, as well as Serkin's father. He graduated in . He has also studied with Ernst Oster , flutist Marcel Moyse , and Karl Ulrich Schnabel His concert career began in , when he first performed at the Marlboro Music Festival , a seminal agent and incubator of chamber music performance in the U.S., established in 1951 by the elder Serkin, Hermann and Adolf Busch, along with Marcel, Blanche and Louis Moyse. Following that performance, Peter Serkin was invited to play with major orchestras such as the Cleveland Orchestra under George Szell and the Philadelphia Orchestra with Eugene Ormandy In 1966, at the age of 19, Serkin was awarded the
Cappella Amsterdam - Discografie afbeelding CD stephan wolpe. opname 30 juni 4 juli 1997 in Muziekcentrum van de Omroep, studio 5, Hilversum techniek Simon Eadon, Duncan Mitchell; http://www.cappellaamsterdam.nl/discografie_wolpe.html
Extractions: Stefan Wolpe was bom in Berlin in 1902 to Jewish parents, and studied at the Klindworth-Scharwenka Conservatory and the Hochschule für Musik. Here his rebellion against academic musical tradition was instigated, unusually, by his discovery of Dada and the Bauhaus. Wolpe visited the Bauhaus soon after that revolutionary school for arts and crafts was founded in 1919, and during the next few years he went to Weimar frequently and sat in on lectures and studio activities in the preliminary course. He quit the diploma course in composition at the Hochschule in the spring of 1921 after only one term and applied to join Busoni's class. Although he was not admitted, Busoni took an interest in hirn, looked at his music and gave him valued advice. Wolpe thereafter regarded Busoni with boundless admiration, and some aspects of Busoni's "New Classicality" entered his thinking. For Wolpe, however, the Bauhaus was "the place in which modern art was being taught, experimented on, and we all travelled there like pilgrims to Jerusalem or Mecca'. Several of the teachers Wolpe came to know - Gertrude Grunow, Itten, Kandinsky, Klee, Moholy-Nagy, Muche and Oskar Schlemmer - were interestad in correspondences among the arts, and music and theatre ware important components of the Bauhaus programme.
IMAGINE PEACE I met John Cage towards the end of 1950 s, through stephan wolpe. PreCage composers such as Henry Cowell, stephan wolpe, and Edgar Varese should be http://www.imaginepeace.com/yokowrites007.html
Extractions: An Interview with Yoko Ono by Hans Ulrich Obrist, 1992 Q: Could you tell me a little about the early beginnings of instructions in your work? YOKO: It started with music. I was trained as a musician since my pre-school years. My mother put me in a very special school called Jiyu-Gakuen in Japan, before I went to the elementary school. Jiyu-Gakuen, which translates as "Learning Garden of Freedom," gave early musical training to pre-school children. We learnt perfect pitch, harmony, playing the piano, and composing simple songs. Some very famous Japanese composers came out of this school. One of the most important things I learnt in that school, though I only knew how important it was in hindsight, was to listen to the sounds in ones' own environment. We received homework in which you were supposed to listen to the sound of the day, and translate each sound into musical notes. This made me into a person who constantly translated the sounds around her into musical notes as a habit. Q: The sounds of the city...
Allen Won Quartet I was fortunate to have been called to perform in a fantastic concert honoring the music of stephan wolpe. considered the composers composers of the 20th http://www.allenwon.com/news.html
Extractions: I have recorded the music for the next CD. This one features the talents of Micheal Sarin on drums, Kiyoto Fujiwara on contrabass and Rave Tesar on piano. Special guest my long time friend and fellow reed player Erik Lawrence performed his usual magic on the tunes. Please stay tuned for more on this CD. Aloha, A.W.
Rothko Chapel - Discogs Search Morton Feldman The Rothko Chapel / For stephan wolpe / Christian Wolff In Cambridge Label NotesThe Rothko Chapel for solo soprano, solo alto, http://www.discogs.com/search?type=all&q=Rothko Chapel
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