Harrison Birtwistle - The Triumph Of Time / Chronometer FLAC album
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Triumph of Time, for orchestra (1972) BBC Symphony Orchestra Pierre Boulez "Denying temporal succession, denying the self.
Harrison Birtwistle is one of the triumvirate of composers who formed the Manchester Group in the fifties. Peter Maxwell Davies and Alexander Goehr, the other two, were soon to find success outside th.
The Triumph of Time" recorded in January 1974 at BBC Maida Vale Studio 1, London. Gatefold jacket with an illustrated 8-page leaflet containing notes and documentation. In addition to details about this record, the leaflet includes notes for Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation Series 9. According to the leaflet, "Triumph of Time" was composed for orchestra in 1972. Chronometer", for electronic tape, was composed in 1971, and realised by Peter Zinovieff at EMS Putney. Engraving reproduced by kind permission of the Biblethèque Royale, Brussels.
Get the Tempo of the tracks from The Triumph Of Time (2012) by Sir Harrison Birtwistle. This album has an average beat per minute of BPM (slowest/fastest tempos:, BPM). Tracklist The Triumph of Time. 1. The Triumph of Time.
Sir Harrison Birtwistle Composer. The Triumph of Time Work. Philharmonia Orchestra of London Orchestra, Elgar Howarth Conductor. Sir Harrison Birtwistle Composer. Gawain's Journey, for orchestra Work.
Harrison Birtwistle: The Triumph of Time; Gawain's Journey. One may get a taste of the lugubrious tone of Orpheus in the ever-cycling, funereal music of The Triumph of Time, and imagine in Gawain's Journey some of the perils the knight faces in the related opera. Yet Birtwistle's extremely abstract music is a tough slog, and many listeners will find it difficult to understand and appreciate - if not for its grim dissonance and atonality, then for its somber orchestration and extremely slow pacing.
Sir Harrison Paul Birtwistle, CH (born 15 July 1934) is a British composer. Harrison Birtwistle was born in Accrington, a mill town in Lancashire some 20 miles north of Manchester. His interest in music was encouraged by his mother, who bought him a clarinet when he was seven, and arranged for him to have lessons with the local bandmaster
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|A||Triumph Of Time
Conductor – Pierre BoulezOrchestra – BBC Symphony Orchestra
Tape [Tape Realised By] – Peter Zinovieff
- Record Company – Argo Record Company Limited
- Printed By – Robert Stace
- Recorded At – Maida Vale Studios
- Produced At – Electronic Music Studios (London) Limited
- Published By – Universal Edition
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – The Decca Record Company Limited
- Artwork – Pieter Bruegel The Elder
- Composed By – Harrison Birtwistle
- Design – Guy Brabazon
- Liner Notes – H. Arthur Klein, Harrison Birtwistle, Michael Hall , Peter Zinovieff
- Management [Programme Director] – David Drew
- Mastered By – G
Notes2nd pressing. Identical to the first pressing except the labels have slightly different typography and are regular sized. Also the booklet does not say printed in Holland
Recorded under the auspices of the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation
"The Triumph of Time" recorded in January 1974 at BBC Maida Vale Studio 1, London
Gatefold jacket with an illustrated 8-page leaflet containing notes and documentation. In addition to details about this record, the leaflet includes notes for Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation Series 9.
According to the leaflet, "Triumph of Time" was composed for orchestra in 1972
"Chronometer", for electronic tape, was composed in 1971, and realised by Peter Zinovieff at EMS Putney
Engraving reproduced by kind permission of the Biblethèque Royale, Brussels.
Jacket printed in England by Robert Stace.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side A (stamped)): ZRG-4151
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side B (stamped)): ZRG-4152
|ZRG 790||Harrison Birtwistle||The Triumph Of Time / Chronometer (LP, Album)||Argo||ZRG 790||UK||1975|