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"French pianist Jef Gilson came up in the 60s and played in a straight-ahead hard bop style and also made forays into Afro-jazz and free jazz, including a noteworthy version of Pharoah Sanders' "The Creator Has a Master Plan." He featured the young violinist Jean Luc ...
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MODERNSILENCE020 | MODERN SILENCE

"A live performance of four early works by Steve Reich: "Four Organs", "My Name Is", "Piano Phase" , and "Phase Patterns." This performance marked an important moment in San Francisco Bay Area new music history with the triumphant return to the East Bay by Reich, who ...
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MODERNSILENCE001 | MODERN SILENCE

""Kontakte" (1959-60), Stockhausen's first piece to use both electronics and traditional instruments together, marks a turning point in his career, when his music was beginning to show the influences of American avant-garde jazz and composers like John Cage. In ...
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OI007 | MODERN SILENCE

"A collection of Stockhausen' s most important works from the 1950s, particularly "Gesang der Jünglinge" ("Song of the Youths") 1955-56, probably the most iconic piece of electronic music ever written. Only because of Stockhausen's complete understanding of electronic ...
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OI008 | MODERN SILENCE

"A collection of some of Karlheinz Stockhausen's earliest work, including his earliest piece of musique concrete "Beton-Studie" (aka "Étude") written by Stockhausen in 1952-53 at Pierre Schaeffer's studio at the RTF in Paris. Until 1992 this piece was believed to have ...
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OI009 | MODERN SILENCE

"Soprano saxophonist Steve Lacy continued his early exploration of Thelonious Monk's compositions on this1961's EVIDENCE. Lacy worked extensively with Monk, absorbing the pianist's intricate music and adding his individualist soprano saxophone mark to it. On this date, ...
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MS010 | MODERN SILENCE

""Symphonie Pour Un Homme Seul" (1949-1950): First concert performance on March 18, 1950, at the Auditorium of the Ecole Normale de Musique in Paris. First performance as a ballet by Maurice Bejart on July 26, 1955, at the Theatre de l'Etoile in Paris. "Concerto des ...
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OI005 | MODERN SILENCE