Brown / Liebner: Abstract Sound Objects

Brown / Liebner SKU: 16794467
Brown / Liebner: Abstract Sound Objects

Brown / Liebner: Abstract Sound Objects

Brown / Liebner SKU: 16794467

Format: CD

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Title: Abstract Sound Objects
Artist: Brown / Liebner
Label: Wergo Germany
UPC: 4010228674521
Genre: Classical Composers

In the early 1950s, Earle Brown's involvement with the fine arts led him to reject previously fixed ideas of musical form and supposedly sacrosanct rules of composition. Brown explained his thought process saying, "mobility of the sound elements within the work and the graphic provocation of an intense collaboration throughout the composer-notation-performance process - were for me the most fascinating new possibility for 'sound objects' as they had been for sculpture and painting." on this disc, Sabine Liebner performs important works for piano by Earle Brown. Of special note are the world premiere of the recently discovered Home Burial, written in 1949 and based on a poem by the poet Robert Frost and Summer Suite '95 dedicated to the pianist David Arden. Brown sketched out his ideas about the structure of the work graphically and then realized it on a keyboard and with the help of a computer.

1.1 Home Burial
1.2 Folio
1.3 Twenty-Five Pages
1.4 Four Systems
1.5 Summer Suite '95
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