Dienstag, März 22, 2011

Ustad Hafizullah Khan



Tonträger von La Monte Young? Gibt es! Geldbeutel aber weit auf machen! CD manchmal unter 100 Euro zu bekommen. Schallplatten meist erst ab 100 bis 1000 und mehr.

Sein Hauptwerk „The Well Tuned Piano“ ist bei discog zur Zeit überhaupt nicht erhältlich.
Mich kostete es mal „milde“ 700€.

Da ist fast günstiger ihn und Frau Marian Zazeela in New York zu besuchen

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NOTE: Dream House is open on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays from 2:00pm – Midnight
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Könnte sogar mal anrufen:

MELA Foundation, Inc.
275 Church Street
New York, N.Y. 10013
web: http://www.melafoundation.org
email: mail@melafoundation.org
phone : (212) - 925 - 8270
fax: (212) 226-7802



Ich selbst habe es einfacher.
Nein Wohnort ist knapp mal zwei Autostunden von Polling/Bayern entfernt.
Polling, eine kleines urbayrisches Klosterstädtchen.



Wunderbare Biergärten in denen man von knusprigen Frauen bedient wird





Das Essen dort ist köstlich und macht auch richtig satt.



Und dann in den Regenbogenstadl.
Zu der La Monte Ausstellung mit Musik
Zum Dream House.



Diejenige die dahin mal mit nahm wollte am liebsten gar nicht mehr weg bzw. auch so ein Raum.



Rainer

Frühlingszauber





グループ音楽「Object」



YOKO ONO

Collective improvisation group begun in 1958 by Takehisa Kosugi and Shukou Mizuno; two students at Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music. They were soon joined by other music students Chieko (Mieko) Shiomi, Mikio Tojima, Genichi Tsuge, and Yumiko Tanno, as well as Yasunao Tone from the Department of Literature at Chiba University. The group wasn't named until 1960 on the occasion of their participation in "Dance and Music: Their Improvisational Conjunction" performance at Chiya Kuni Dance Institute, Tokyo. By 1961, Yumiko Tanno had left the group. After their concert at Shogetsu Kaikan Hall in September 1961, the focus of the group changed from improvisation to being a flexible ensemble for members of the group. After that, the group was reduced to Kosugi, Shiomi, Tone and Mizuno, and during 1962 most of the performances were by just Tone and Kosugi. They were rejoined by Mizuno for their performances in 1963 and their reunion concert at the Cross-talk/Intermedia festival in 1969.
Many of the group's few performances were at dance concerts, symposiums and festivals, but they also performed at recitals of music by Toshi Ichiyanagi and Yoko Ono, as well as member Yasanao Tone's one man exhibition at Minami Gallery.

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Takehisa Kosugi – violin, sax, tapes
Shukou Mizuno – cello, drums, tapes
Chieko ‘Mieko’ Shiomi - piano
Yasunao Tone – sax, tapes
Mikio Tojima - cello
Yumiko Tanno – FX, tapes
Genichi Tsuge - guitar

The story of Group Ongaku (and its founder members Takehisa Kosugi and Yasunao Tone) is essential to the fabric of the post-war Japanese music scene. Their history is carefully mapped out throughout Book 1, Chapter 2 of Japrocksampler.

JULIAN COPE






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