V.A. : DIY Canons

  • フォーマット: 2CD [21036-2]
  • 重量: 0.11kg
  • レーベル: Pogus


アメリカの作曲家Larry Polanskyの代表的作品で、カノンを利用した「FOUR VOICE CANONS」を、Philip Corner、Steven M Miller、Bruno Ruviaro、Mike Swinchoski、久保正樹らが独自解釈で再演。


Simon Wickham-Smith, curator.
Kyoko Kobayashi, Bruno Ruviaro, Mike Swinchoski, Mike Winter, Ross Craig, Giuliano Lombardo, Simon Wickham-Smith, Steven M. Miller, Masaki Kubo, Drew Krause, George Zelenz, Stefan Tomic, Bo Bell, Philip Corner.

1.1 ?Kyoko Kobayashi Cat Canon 3:12
1.2 ?Bruno Ruviaro Entrei Pelo Canon 1a 2:46
1.3 ?Mike Swinchoski Canon No 1a 3:12
1.4 ?Mike Swinchoski Transmissions 3:12
1.5 ?Mike Swinchoski Freez Dried Canon 6:24
1.6 ?Mike Winter Filter IV - P.I.X.L. Study No 1 7:55
1.7 ?Ross Craig Barbie's Phone Canon 1:53
- Canoni Pitagorici
1.8 ?Giulano Lombardo 00 1:38
1.9 ?Giulano Lombardo 01 2:39
1.10 ?Giulano Lombardo 02 0:48
1.11 ?Giulano Lombardo 03 0:33
1.12 ?Giulano Lombardo 04 2:26
1.13 ?Giulano Lombardo 05 5:33
- -
1.14 ?Simon Wickham-Smith Kullankeltaiset Paivat (Larry-IIe) 11:15
2.1 ?Steven M. Miller Twin Canon 9:43
2.2 ?Steven M. Miller Pulse Canon 3:20
2.3 ?Masaki Kubo Pizzicato Canon 1:35
2.4 ?Drew Krause Canon For LP 10:35
2.5 ?George Zelenz Thermohaline 6:01
2.6 ?Stefan Tomic Ringtone Canon 3:55
2.7 ?Bo Bell Metrocard Canon 1:41
2.8 ?Philip Corner / Mike Winter MENS 5/4 7:03
2.9 ?Philip Corner / Mike Winter MENS 9/8 7:03

Compiled By [Curated By] ? Simon Wickham-Smith
Mastered By ? Travis Garrison

The pieces on this CD are all based on the ideas in Larry Polansky's four voice canons, a series of pieces he began in 1975. These canons are usually "mensuration canons," which means that the tempi of successive voices is proportional to their start times, so that the voices end together. They also use simple ideas of moving through a list of permutations, and applying the elements of those permutations to various musical parameters. A set of Polansky's canons was produced on Cold Blue Records as four voice canons (CB0011).
Polansky described these ideas in Four Voice Canon #13 ("DIY Canon"), a kind of open-source meta-canon score. He distributed this at talks and on the web as an open invitation to others who wanted to make four voice canons of their own. Composers responded with a wide variety of variations on the basic idea; a selection of these works is presented here.

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