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The juxtaposition of harmony and counterpoint into a contrapuntal form finds its greatest examples in the sonic architectures of Ockeghem and Bach.
Another scintillating experience from master producer Gerald Gold — the resurrection of this profoundly spiritual creation from the 15th century was recorded at Trinity Lutheran Church, Palo Alto, California and edited at CCRMA studios, Stanford University in 1992. What are you waiting for? Download it now and listen to the Kyrie of Ockeghem's Missa sine nomine.
What do Moscow, New York City, and Boston have in common? Citizen Zero brings you the kind of music We used to like — and still do.
A Stanford-trained economist by day calculating the numeric consequences of municipal derivatives, J gets in gear after hours for the critical work: music. Turn on, tune in, and drop out.
A brilliant pianist records some of his personal compositions at Berklee's Studio A. Assisting Aydin in this creative outburst are bassist Miroslav Vitous and drummer Tommy Campbell.
channelping is proud to present to you, the listener, a post-industrial homage to Star Trek. In Very Far Ahead, Plex has conjured up an inimitable integration of space-age sounds, groovy rhythms, and retro science fiction TV dialogue. "I'm a surgeon, not a psychiatrist!" And make sure your phaser is set to stun!
A third-generation analog cassette from the last century, c. 1982, reveals that some of the most electrifying recorded performances are kept hidden away in old storage boxes for decades. Not anymore: channelping revives a smoking rendition of an old classic. Inhale and click.
From the punctilliously musicological research of K. N. Moll comes yet another stunning release of early music performed by Schola Discantus and produced by Gerald Gold. This time it's a recording of French Sacred Music of the 14th Century: Mass Settings from the Papal Chapel at Avignon. These compositions were first sung during the time of the Black Death in Europe (1348-51).
Lyrichord Discs has provided a monumental historic recording worthy of the extraordinary harmonic experiments represented on this disc. Download a Kyrie by Defronciaco now to hear some gloomy polyphony!
In 1985 midi software had not yet been made commercially available for home computers. Notwithstanding the painstaking process of step programming with a Roland midi sequencer (MSQ-700, I think the model was), my idea of bringing Balinese gamelan into the digital age yielded an interesting piece of music.