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Eric Salzman - The Nude Paper Sermon download Performer: Eric Salzman
Title: The Nude Paper Sermon
Style: Post-Modern, Experimental
Released: 1969
Country: US
MP3 album: 1759 mb
FLAC album: 1584 mb
WMA album: 1498 mb
Rating: 4.5
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Genre: Electronic music / Classical
Eric Salzman - The Nude Paper Sermon download

Tracklist

The Nude Paper Sermon (Tropes For Actor, Renaissance Consort, Chorus, And Electronics)
Part I 21:31
Part II 23:22

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
H-71231 Eric Salzman The Nude Paper Sermon ‎(LP, Album) Nonesuch H-71231 US 1969
H-71231 Eric Salzman The Nude Paper Sermon ‎(LP, Album) Nonesuch H-71231 US 1969
2590 003 Eric Salzman The Nude Paper Sermon ‎(LP) Nonesuch 2590 003 UK 1970
H-71231 Eric Salzman The Nude Paper Sermon ‎(LP, Album, RE) Nonesuch H-71231 Canada Unknown


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The “The Nude Paper Sermon,” first released on this recording, is the first example of a new genre created by Eric Salzman. "Music Theatre" is distinct from "Opera" (eg. Peter Grimes, Akhnaten, Le Grand Macabre, Nixon in China) or "Musical Theatre" (eg. My Fair Lady, West Side Story, A Little Night Music).In 1972 Salzman described "Music Theatre" as “a primarily nonverbal art integrating sound, movement, image, music, language, idea, thinking, [and] feeling.” In this performance of "The Nude Paper Sermon" Stacy Keach reads - often unintelligibly - a collage of poems, speeches and prose over a consort of voices and instruments.Avant-garde composer, music critic and historian Eric Salzman (1933-2017) studied at Columbia and Princeton with leading US composers of the postwar avant-garde - pioneers in atonal, serial, avant-garde and electroacoustic music. His foundational textbook, “20th-Century Music: An Introduction," endures as the a must-read for anyone interested in the music of this period, especially in America.Salzman was an avid birder:“The other thrushes are baroque artists, constantly elaborating, reworking and adding to their showy repertoire. . . . The hermit thrush is a classicist, working on the principle of less is more, multum in parvo. Constantly changing variations appear within a simple, firm musical framework. Complex chords and high overtones climb and resonate between the tree trunks to create a sense of space and depth: a song in three — no, four — dimensional space that seems to speak of eternal things.”Primary source: NY Times Obituary by Neil Genzlingernov (Nov. 24, 1917)