Richard Maxfield - The Oak Of The Golden Dreams FLAC album
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its a song from 1970 by harold budd.
The Oak Of The Golden Dreams. Title: The Oak Of The Golden Dreams. Artists: Richard Maxfield, Harold Budd. Label: Special Offers.
The song 'The Oak Of The Golden Dreams' by Harold Budd has a tempo of 68 beats per minute (BPM) on 'The Oak of the Golden Dreams'.
This CD is a dual reissue of Harold Budd's The Oak of the Golden Dreams and Richard Maxfield's Electronic Music. The album presents complex, haunting, and evocative electronic soundscapes. In these examples of musique concrete occurs the odd coincidence of jazz motifs, Korean folk music, spoken word, and more. The ebb and flow of tape loops present an aural kaleidoscope, exciting to the ear, in Maxfield's pieces. Maxfield's works date six to ten years prior to Budd's 1969 and 1970 creations
Composed By, Tape – Richard Maxfield. Oak Of The Golden Dreams. Pastoral Symphony (1960) Bacchanale (1963) Piano Concert "For David Tudor" (1961) Amazing Grace (1960) Oak of the Golden Dreams (1970) Coeur D'Orr (1969).
This timely CD reissue combines two LPs from the Advance label-Richard Maxfield’s Electronic Music and Harold Budd’s The Oak of the Golden Dreams-both containing seminal works which are key to a better understanding of the musical landscape of the sixties as well as the origins of minimalism. A mostly forgotten figure, Richard Maxfield (1927-69) exerted a powerful influence over a broad range of composers through his classes at The New School. The works here predate the minimalist movement while forecasting a wide range of developments in the future of electronic work.
If the Maxfield pieces represent the state of new music in the months before minimalism was born, Harold Budd’s (b. 1936) works from 1970 reflect minimalism’s initial impact. The Oak of the Golden Dreams was made on the Buchla Box which Budd uses here as an electric organ capable of the kind of fast modal improv, over an unchanging E-flat drone, that Terry Riley and La Monte Young had been doing on saxophone and piano.
Label: New World Catalog No: NWR 80555 Format: CD Release Date: 1999-08-01 Number of Discs: 1 UPC Code: 093228055525. Maxfield, Richard : Amazing Grace. Budd, Harold : Oak of the Golden Dreams. Budd, Harold : Coeur D'Orr. Composers The least interesting is the Bacchanale.
2Clarinet – Nicolas RoussakisNarrator – Edward FieldsSaxophone – Terry. JenningsViolin – Fahrad MachkatViolin – Robert Block.
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Clarinet [Underwater] – Nicolas RoussakisNarrator – Edward FieldsSaxophone – Terry JenningsViolin – Fahrad MachkatViolin [Prepared] – Robert Block
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Piano – David Tudor
- Composed By, Electronics, Tape, Recorded By – Richard Maxfield
Piano Concert 'For David Tudor'
Originally released as LP by Advance Recordings.
Reissued on a compilation CD in 1999 by New World Records.
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