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10 Chorale Preludes for Piano - Book 1 (BachScholar Edition Vol. 16) $ Information. Create Account/Log In; Contact Us; Product 6/ Synchronisms No. 4 for Chorus and Tape Composer: Davidovsky, Mario $ Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. Shop and Buy Synchronisms No. 11 sheet music. Doublebass and Electronic sound (on CD) sheet music book by Mario Davidovsky: Edition Peters at Sheet Music Plus: The World Largest Selection of Sheet Music. (). Synchronisms No. 3 for Cello and Tape. Madeleine Shapiro. Albany Records Synchronisms No. 6 for Piano and Electronic Sounds. Fred Bronstein. New World Records Synchronisms No. 9 for Violin and Tape. Jennifer Frautschi. Artek Synchronisms No. 10 for Guitar and Electronic Sounds. David Starobin. Bridge Records
In Synchronisms #6, for piano and electronic sounds (awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Music in ), the natural envelop of the piano, which has a limited range of attack possibilities––mostly fast and fairly hard, is the point of departure. The piece opens with. University at Buffalo Libraries Capen Hall Buffalo, NY Contact Us; Directions; Report a Problem. Beginning in with “Synchronisms No. 1” for flute and tape, he coaxed electronic sounds into partnership with traditional instruments to create musical combinations that were full of mystery and drama. His “Synchronisms No. 6” for piano and electronic sounds won the Pulitzer Prize for music in Study 64 Theory 4 Final Exam flashcards from Mark J. on StudyBlue. () for solo piano, derived from the Ching, the ancient Chinese Book of Changes, to determine the work's pitches, durations, dynamics, and so forth. Synchronisms No. 6 for piano and electronic sound (premiered ) Moog / Wendy Carlos. Switched-on Bach ().
Mario Davidovsky (March 4, – Aug ) Mario Davidovsky, composer, teacher, and winner of a Pulitzer Prize in for his Synchronisms No. 6 for piano and electronic sounds, passed away peacefully last Friday at his home on Manhattan’s Upper West Side at the age of The cause of death was heart failure. Dmitri Shostakovich, String Quartet No. 8, third movement Pierre Boulez, Le Marteau sans Maitre, No. 5, Bel Edifice Et Les Pressentiments Pauline Oliveros, Traveling Companions Mario Davidovsky, Synchronisms No. 6 for Piano and Electronic Sounds (), excerpt Kaija Saariaho, Noa Noa Gyoergy Ligeti, Continuum for Harpsichord/5(8). Synchronisms #6 for piano and electronic sounds won the Pulitzer. Synchronisms #7 was composed for the NY Phil under Boulez and is very rarely performed. Mario was very dear to many in the. Mario Davidovsky: Synchronisms No.3, for cello and electronic sounds - Play streams in full or download MP3 from Classical Archives (), the largest and best organized classical music site on the web.