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Mario Davidovsky / Harvey Sollberger - Three Synchronisms / Chamber Variations

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  1. View Album Art Davidovsky: Synchronisms/Sollberger: Chamber Variations. Label: CRI Catalog Number: NWCRL
  2. Nov 01,  · Before the Synchronisms, I wrote one piece for string orchestra and tape. Then I wrote my flute piece. Harvey Sollberger was in Columbia teaching, and he was an incredibly great flutist. And so I had the instrument and I also felt that flute, from all the instruments, would be an easy instrument to ensemble with electronic sounds.
  3. Dec 06,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Synchronisms No. 6 / Electronic Study No. 3 / Synchronisms No. 5 / Trobar Clus / Solitaire For Piano And Vibes on Discogs.
  4. Browse and buy all classical recordings by Mario Davidovsky (). Synchronisms; Sollberger: Chamber Variations. Harvey Sollberger, Sophie Sollberger, Robert L. Martin, Stanley Drucker, Paul Zukofsky. Group for Contemporary Music, Efrain Guigui, Gunther Schuller.3/5.
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  6. MARIO DAVIDOVSKY Three Synchronisms for instruments and electronic sounds NO. 1 FOR FLUTE () HARVEY SOLLBERGER (flute) HARVEY SOLLBERGER Chamber Variations () for twelve players and conductor The Group for Contemporary Music — Columbia University, GUNTHER SCHULLER (conductor) MARIO DAVIDOVSKY (b. Buenos Aires, Argentina,
  7. Harvey Sollberger discography and songs: Music profile for Harvey Sollberger, born 11 May Genres: Modern Classical, Chamber Music, Electronic. Three Synchronisms / Chamber Variations. • Album • Mario Davidovsky • The Group for Contemporary Music / Gunther Schuller. Compilation.
  8. Mario Davidovsky (born March 4, , Médanos, Argentina – died August 23, ) was an Argentine-American composer. Born in Argentina, he emigrated in to the USA. Best known for his series of compositions called Synchronisms, which in live performance incorporate both acoustic instruments and electroacoustic sounds played from a tape.

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