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8 thoughts on “ Ritual Melodies (1990)

  1. Explore releases from the Bridge Records (4) label. Discover what's missing in your discography and shop for Bridge Records (4) releases.
  2. ジョナサン・ハーヴェイ: Ritual Melodies, for magnetic tape () ジョナサン・ハーヴェイ: String Quartet No. 4 with live electronics () ジョナサン・ハーヴェイ: Speakings, for orchestra and live electronics () ヨーク・ヘラー: Antiphon, for string quartet and tape () ヨーク・ヘラー: Arcus.
  3. Let's take the example of Ritual melodies() by Jonathan Harvey composed at Ircam with the aid of the assistant Jan Vandeheede [Vandeheede, Harvey, ]. Here the composer works on a rich material of ethnic voices and instruments using advanced techniques of vocal processing supplied by the program Chant (hybridisation between the sakuhachi.
  4. Mar 06,  · That is the Harvey represented on the Bridge compilation: From Silence was the result of a residency at the Massachusetts Ins titute of Techno logy in , and involves electronic keyboard, computer and pre-recorded tape; Ritual Melodies is a tape piece realised at IRCAM in Both are supremely accomplished works, elegantly crafted and full of beautifully imagined sound complexes.
  5. Widely known for his past work as drummer/percussionist with legendary Dead Can Dance and contributor to 4AD's This Mortal Coil, Ulrich emerges here as a writer of hauntingly beautiful melodies and deeply poetic lyrics. “Pathways And Dawns” is packed with driving rhythms and meditative ritual patterns of percussion.
  6. renowned tape piece Mortuos Plango, Vivos Voco () and Ritual Melodies (), but also mixed pieces like Bhakti (), String Quartet No. 4 (), or Speakings ().
  7. Jonathan Harvey: Ritual Melodies, for magnetic tape () Jonathan Harvey: String Quartet No. 4 with live electronics () Jonathan Harvey: Speakings, for orchestra and live electronics ().
  8. Ritual Melodies (), for quadraphonic tape -- Jonathan Harvey segmentation fault beta (), for prepared piano and computer -- Michael Edwards and Marco Trevisani Frammenti e Variazioni su Aura (), for stereo tape.

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