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9 thoughts on “ Kyle Gann - Private Dances (CD) ”

  1. Kyle Gann Private Dances, excerpt: Saintly () Sarah Cahill, piano solo Henning Christiansen Den Arkadiske (, U.S. premiere) Kate Stenberg, violin, Eva-Maria Zimmermann, piano Terry Riley The Heaven Ladder, Book 7, excerpt: Simone's Lullaby () Sarah Cahill, piano solo Kyle Gann Nude Rolling Down an Escalator () Yamaha.
  2. Kyle Gann is better known for his writings about music (as critic for the Village Voice from to , and his books, The Music of Conlon Nancarrow, and American Music in the Twentieth Century) than for his own music, but the strength of this collection of his works leaves the listener eager to hear more. Gann is an exceptionally fluent writer, and his elegant program notes make the 10/
  3. Kyle Gann: Private Dances Review by Stephen Eddins [-] Kyle Gann is better known for his writings about music (as critic for the Village Voice from to , and his books, The Music of Conlon Nancarrow, and American Music in the Twentieth Century) than for his own music, but the strength of this collection of his works leaves the listener eager to hear more.
  4. Kyle Gann s Hyperchromatica is a work in seventeen movements, lasting two hours and 35 minutes, for three microtonally tuned Disklaviers (computer-driven pianos). It would be more accurate, actually, to think of this not as music for three pianos, but for one piano with keys.5/5(4).
  5. Jul 18,  · Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Time Does Not Exist · Kyle Gann · Sarah Cahill Private Dances ℗ , New Albion Records, Inc.. Released on: Auto-generated by YouTube.
  6. Kyle Eugene Gann (born November 21, in Dallas, Texas) is an American professor of music, critic, analyst, and composer who has worked primarily in the New York City area. As a music critic for The Village Voice (from November to December ) and other publications, he has supported progressive music, including such "downtown" movements as postminimalism and totalism.
  7. By covering the gamut of styles and techniques, Gann has created a touchstone of microtonal music. The future is now, and Kyle Gann is leading is the way. Kyle Gann (b. in Dallas, Texas) is a composer and was new-music critic for the Village Voice from to Missing: Private Dances.

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