Опубликовано: 11 февр. 2015 г. Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises. Miwako Abe: Works For Violin by Antheil, Beyer, Cowell, Dodge, Crawford, Mahler, Polansky, and Wolpe. 2006 Anthology of Recorded Music, Inc.
Composed By – Charles Dodge (tracks: 11, 12), David Mahler (tracks: 13), George Antheil (tracks: 7), Henry Cowell (tracks: 1-5), Johanna Beyer (tracks: 8-10), Larry Polanski (tracks: 14), Ruth P. Crawford (tracks: 15), Stefan Wolpe (tracks: 6. Piano – Michael Kieran Harvey (tracks: 1-5, 7-10, 14, 15). Producer – Stephen Snelleman. Violin – Miwako Abe (tracks: 1-15).
Album · 2006 · 15 Songs. Sonata for Violin and Piano: V. Finale. By Henry Cowell - Miwako Abe & Michael Kieran Harvey. 6. Second Piece For Violin Alone. By Stefan Wolpe - Miwako Abe. 3:20. 7. Sonata No. 2 for Violin and Piano. By George Antheil - Miwako Abe & Michael Kieran Harvey. 8. Suite for Violin and Piano: I. Miwako Abe & Michael Kieran Harvey. 9. Suite for Violin and Piano: II. 10. Suite for Violin and Piano: III. 11. Etude for Violin and Tape IV. By Charles Dodge - Miwako Abe. 3:48
Michael Kieran Harvey, Miwako Abe: best 2 tracks. Michael Kieran Harvey, Оливье Мессиан - Vingt Regards sur l'Enfant-Jésus: VI. Par Lui tout a été fait Vingt Regards sur l'Enfant-Jésus, 1999 10:00. Edo De Waart, Michael Kieran Harvey, Sydney Symphony Orchestra - Third Movement Carl Vine: Choral Symphony, 2000 09:35.
Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist - Artist (Sample). On the face of her Suite for violin and piano from 1937, Leipzig-born Johanna Beyer (1888-1944) seems to be a highly interesting and original composer voice. A student of Cowell and Ruth Crawford from the time she moved to New York in 1924, she uses the technique of dissonant counterpoint invented by Crawford's husband, composer Charles Seeger. The Suite is austere and desperately vehement and sounds like Shostakovitch's violin and viola sonatas and even like the music of Shostakovitch's radical pupil, the maverick Galina Ustvolskaya.
Michael Kieran Harvey & Miwako Abe. January 1, 2006. Exclusive Prime pricing. Stefan Wolpe's "Second Piece for Violin Alone" (1966) is stark and un-seductive, and fortunately short (3 and ½ minutes) and Larry Polansky's 6-minute "Movement for John Cage" (1975 revised 1996), written in homage to Cage's 1947 "Nocturne" for violin and piano, is a stern quasi nocturne for violin and piano, with a short, more aggressive, dance-like passage. at the end, of no great distinctive character.
New World's Works for Violin by Antheil, Beyer, Cowell, Crawford, Dodge, Mahler, Polansky, Wolpe is the lengthy but even-handed title of a collection of American violin works performed by Japanese-Australian violinist Miwako Abe and pianist Michael Kieran Harvey. Her aim is just to transmit a wide variety of written music as clearly and faithfully as she can in keeping with other recorded recitals Abe has made in Australia such as Poème, an album featuring an all French program. Miwako Abe and Michael Kieran Harvey do an exceptional job of it on New World's Works for Violin by Antheil, Beyer, Cowell, Crawford, Dodge, Mahler, Polansky, Wolpe.
Miwako Abe, violin Michael Kieran Harvey, piano. The first group he introduced - "Americans who have developed indigenous materials or are specially interested in expressing some phase of the American spirit in their works" - might be taken as a historical framework for the composers represented on this recording. With a selection of works spanning over seventy years, this disc features Henry Cowell's Sonata for Violin and Piano (1945-46), Wolpe's Second Piece for Violin Alone (1966), George Antheil's Sonata No. 2 for Violin and Piano (1923), Johanna Magdalena Beyer's Suite for Violin and Piano (1937), Charles Dodge's II.
Suite for Violin and Piano, Miwako Abe, violin, Michael Kieran Harvey, piano, on Works for Violin by George Antheil, Johanna Beyer, Henry Cowell, Ruth Crawford, Charles Dodge, David Mahler, Larry Polansky, Stefan Wolpe (New World Records 80-641, 2006). Three Pieces for Choir: The Main Deep; The Composers Forum Laboratory; The People, Yes!, Astra Choir, John McCaughey, conductor, on Sticky Melodies, (New World Records 80678-2, 2008).
By Miwako Abe, Michael Kieran Harvey. PLAY ALL. Released by New World Records Jan 2006 15 Tracks. By Miwako Abe, Michael Kieran Harvey.
|Sonata For Violin And Piano|
|2||In Fuguing Style||4:10|
|Second Piece For Violin Alone|
|6||Second Piece For Violin Alone||3:20|
|Sonata No. 2 For Violin And Piano|
|7||Sonata No. 2 For Violin And Piano||7:56|
|Suite For Violin And Piano|
|Etudes For Violin And Tape|
|Movement In E Major For John Cage|
|14||Movement In E Major For John Cage||5:55|
- Co-producer – Thomas Grubb
- Composed By – Charles Dodge (tracks: 11, 12), David Mahler (tracks: 13), George Antheil (tracks: 7), Henry Cowell (tracks: 1-5), Johanna Beyer (tracks: 8-10), Larry Polanski (tracks: 14), Ruth P. Crawford (tracks: 15), Stefan Wolpe (tracks: 6)
- Cover – Bob Defrin
- Engineer – Jim Atkins, Ryan Egan
- Liner Notes – Amy C. Beal
- Mastered By – Thomas Grubb
- Piano – Michael Kieran Harvey (tracks: 1-5, 7-10, 14, 15)
- Producer – Stephen Snelleman
- Violin – Miwako Abe (tracks: 1-15)
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 093228064121