Synchronismus, no. 3, for cello and electronic sound. by Mario Davidovsky

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Published by McGinnis & Marx in New York .

Written in English

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LC ClassificationsM175 C6 D6 NO.3
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Pagination[score]
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3 For Cello And Electronic Sound by Mario Davidovsky (). Showing 1 - 5 of 5 results. Davidovksy: Synchronisms No.3 For Cello And Electronic Sound. by Matt Haimovitz. Davidovksy: Synchronisms No.3 For Cello And Electronic Sound by Matt Haimovitz. Listen Now $ In MP3 cart View MP3 Cart Britten: Suite For Cello No.2, Op - Declamato: Largo.

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Davidovsky Synchronisms found in: Synchronisms No. 6: For Piano and Electronic Sounds - Piano Score., Synchronisms No. 3: For Cello and Electronic Sound., Synchronisms No. 5: For 5 Percussion Players and Tape., Synchronisms No. Synchronisms is a series of twelve musical compositions for solo or ensemble live instruments and pre-recorded tape composed by Mario Davidovsky at the Columbia-Princeton Electronic Music Center, the first dating from Davidovsky explains that, "One of the central ideas of these pieces is the search to find ways of embedding both the acoustic and the electronic into a single, coherent.

Synchronisms No. 1 () for flute for cello and electronic sound. book electronic sound; Synchronisms No. 2 () for flute, clarinet, violin, cello and tape; Synchronisms No.

3 () for cello and electronic sound; Synchronisms No. Synchronisms No. Synchronisms No. 6 for Piano and Electronic Sounds by Mario Davidovsky Heidi Leathwood, Piano Performed 27 September Hamilton Recital Hall of the Newman. Download Royalty Free Sound Effects for your next project from Envato Elements.

Discover thousands of handpicked audio tracks for every genre. Our site is great except that we don‘t support your browser. Try the latest version of Chrome, Firefox, Edge or Safari. Shop and Buy Synchronisms No. 11 sheet music. Doublebass and Electronic sound (on CD) sheet music book by Mario Davidovsky: Edition Peters at Sheet Music Plus: The World Largest Selection of Sheet Music.

He tried approaching it from as many angles as possible, and so this record is a very diverse one featuring composers from 3 continents with works spanning over 50 years. There are duos for cello and electronics, cello solos with electronic backing tracks, pieces with multiple layered cello tracks, a solo cello.

Cello + viola The cello sounds more powerful and more intense. Played together the two instruments produce a full sound which is dominated by the cellos. In the upper register the viola takes away some of the cello’s brightness and the sound becomes more mellow.

In the highest register the bright elements reinforce each other. Check out The Twentieth-Century Cello by Matt Haimovitz on Amazon Music.

Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on (7). Electronic music is produced from a wide variety of sound resources—from sounds picked up by microphones to those produced by electronic oscillators (generating basic acoustical waveforms such as sine waves, square waves, and sawtooth waves), complex computer installations, and microprocessors—that are recorded on tape and then edited into.

Synchronisms No. 3 (), and electronic sound; Robert deMaine. Twelve Études-Caprices, Op. 31 () Unaccompanied Sonata; Edison Denisov.

Cadenzas for two cello concertos in D major and C major by Haydn () Patrick van Deurzen. Monologue () David Diamond. Sonata for Violoncello Alone () Friedhelm Dohl. Fantasie - Kadenz. Chaconne (from Partita No. 2 for cello solo, BWV ) (original is for violin solo) Nicolas Bacri Suite for cello solo, Op.

31 No. 1 Preludio e metamorfosi () Suite for cello solo, Op. 31 No. 2 Tragica () Suite for cello solo, Op. 31 No.

3 Vita et Mors () Suite for cello solo, Op. 50 No. 4 () (Written for Emmanuelle. I play the cello myself, so I am familiar with the sound of stringed instruments. Lars Risbo, Inventor of Class D Amplifier ; The combining of audio science and audio artistry magic have produced the Roar Plus speaker.

Truer sound you only get live. Sue Swanson, Former Manager of Information Systems, Grateful Dead Production. Bernie Krause was born in Somewhat of a musical prodigy, by age /2 he studied violin and by age 4 classical composition. He performed on a variety of stringed instruments (cello, bass, viola, harp) ultimately choosing guitar as his primary instrument.

the record jacket of his first three synchronisms, "Synchronism No. 3" for cello and tape written ineffectively integrates instrumental and electronic sounds in terms of color. A good example of this type of timbral integration occurs towards the end of the work when the cello sustains a low C-sharp and the tape part literally takes over.

by Andrew Mellor Only in Finland has the cello – that instrument we think of as mellow and elegiac – found itself a firm foothold in the world of rock music. Olli Virtaperko’s new concerto for amplified cello Romer’s Gap was written in /16 for Perttu Kivilaakso, one of three cello.

A little electronic sound courtesy of Davidovsky’s Synchronisms No. Program. Johann Sebastian Bach () Cello Suite No. 2 in D Minor, BWV élude II. Allemande III. Courante IV. Sarabande V. Menuett I VI. Menuett II VII.

Gigue. Tania León (b. ) “Four Pieces” for Solo Cello () Mario Davidovsky (). Almost all of the eight compositions feature the cello juxtaposed with exotic and otherworldly electronic harmonies. For the most part the songs proceed at a slow pace, allowing the listener to soak up each notational nuance and subtle sound, and the combination of the electronically generated effects with the warm, organic melodies of the /5(3).

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Two tape loop recordings were blended to create this piece: an improvised cello/guitar instrumental and a vocal duet. "Jumpin With Joya" is another double-tracked tape loop collage. Anyways, I'll back the same books I mentioned earlier in that fight club thread: 'Sound Synthesis and Sampling' by Martin Russ, if I'm in a budding phase of synthesis.

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Sound characteristics of the individual strings. C string (C2–F3) This string sounds weighty, dark, powerful. Its darkly powerful sound makes it highly suitable for performing a sonorous fundamental bass. G string (G2–C4) This string lacks the power and sustaining quality of the bottom string and is used to carry the bass voice.

Cello+Laptop is an experimental ensemble exploring the sound dialogues between classical instrumentation with electronic sound. The project was born in Valenca (Spain) and consists in a series of experimental compositions mixing the ambient sonorities of Mensa project and the textures and acoustic of the cello.

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1, for Flute and Electronic Sounds; No. 2, for Flute, Clarinet. Adolfo Odnoposoff (Buenos Aires, 22 February – Denton, Texas, 13 March ) was an Argentine-born-and-raised cellist of Russian ancestry who performed in concerts for 5 decades in South, Central, and North America, the Caribbean, Europe, Israel, and the former USSR.

He had performed as principal cellist in the Israel Philharmonic and many of the important orchestras of Latin America.

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