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s_lush_s
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Re: what I'm listeng to today the s_ My pretentios list liker

Today I'm in the mood for screamers and marches.










http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D17TFiQusS8&feature=share&list=PL4DF85DE6AE221A20


These are not loud enough for me.

Jul 02, 2013, 00:04


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marcschaeffner
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s_lush_s wrote:
So here is day one of my pretentious classical thread.




this is anotal piece and I adore it.

& I listened to elgar elwood 'Nimrod" variation from "enigma variations," that I could not embed. available on youtube.

I'M HERE segregated for those interested in "classical" music. It is right to schism and provide to only who are interested enclave for those interested finding avant garde composers.
ci
If not I'll post all by myself. This thread of more of fascinating music.



do you know/are you a bit familiar with the work of john mcguire (feedback studio). his recordings are very very hard to find. i managed to record some at my time when i was with this studio (that is now gone, because the owner Prof. Johannes Fritsch has died). there are some re-issues on the "cybele" label from the catalogue the studio owned i know of.
trust me, you wouldn't believe your ears if you could get hold of "pulse music iii" for instance. some of the most beautiful electronic music that i've ever heard. very similar to steve reich' s "music for 18 musicians".
john mcguire was or is a composer, haven't done any new research on this.

m

Jul 02, 2013, 10:41


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marcschaeffner
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Re: what I'm listeng to today the s_ My pretentios list liker

marcschaeffner wrote:
s_lush_s wrote:
So here is day one of my pretentious classical thread.




this is anotal piece and I adore it.

& I listened to elgar elwood 'Nimrod" variation from "enigma variations," that I could not embed. available on youtube.

I'M HERE segregated for those interested in "classical" music. It is right to schism and provide to only who are interested enclave for those interested finding avant garde composers.
ci
If not I'll post all by myself. This thread of more of fascinating music.



do you know/are you a bit familiar with the work of john mcguire (feedback studio). his recordings are very very hard to find. i managed to record some at my time when i was with this studio (that is now gone, because the owner Prof. Johannes Fritsch has died). there are some re-issues on the "cybele" label from the catalogue the studio owned i know of.
trust me, you wouldn't believe your ears if you could get hold of "pulse music iii" for instance. some of the most beautiful electronic music that i've ever heard. very similar to steve reich' s "music for 18 musicians".
john mcguire was or is a composer, haven't done any new research on this.

m




http://www.discogs.com/artist/John+McGuire

Jul 02, 2013, 10:46


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marcschaeffner
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Re: what I'm listeng to today the s_ My pretentios list liker

marcschaeffner wrote:
marcschaeffner wrote:
s_lush_s wrote:
So here is day one of my pretentious classical thread.




this is anotal piece and I adore it.

& I listened to elgar elwood 'Nimrod" variation from "enigma variations," that I could not embed. available on youtube.

I'M HERE segregated for those interested in "classical" music. It is right to schism and provide to only who are interested enclave for those interested finding avant garde composers.
ci
If not I'll post all by myself. This thread of more of fascinating music.



do you know/are you a bit familiar with the work of john mcguire (feedback studio). his recordings are very very hard to find. i managed to record some at my time when i was with this studio (that is now gone, because the owner Prof. Johannes Fritsch has died). there are some re-issues on the "cybele" label from the catalogue the studio owned i know of.
trust me, you wouldn't believe your ears if you could get hold of "pulse music iii" for instance. some of the most beautiful electronic music that i've ever heard. very similar to steve reich' s "music for 18 musicians".
john mcguire was or is a composer, haven't done any new research on this.

m




http://www.discogs.com/artist/John+McGuire




idea: because of the rareness nature of these recordings i could share them (for you) on my nicotine/soulseek account, but i really do not want you or me to get in any troubles... .
very hard to find recordings these are, and this is not an advertisement.

m

Jul 02, 2013, 10:50


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marcschaeffner
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s_lush_s wrote:





you are so great! thought about buying me a copy of her 4lp work with the bbc radiophonic workshop.
there is also a release called "ohm" - early gurus of electronic music, that is totally great.

http://www.discogs.com/Various-OHM-The-Early-Gurus-Of-Electronic-Music/master/110524 (re-issued with a bonus dvd)

sorry, that i cannot listen to these pieces at the moment. i left this musical direction quite some time ago, but somehow this an re-entry point you created.

i was very much into klaus schulze and tangerine dream, you know. have you ever heard of the tangerine tree? (i have almost all of them at home and did digitalize the tree for my own means [250 GB]. (maybe a bit too proud about this). if you'd do a research you'll find a site about the tree and someone who offers these recordings for free via torrent. partly really great stuff. maybe as a good starting point i could recommend the Montreal, Place Des Arts Concert from 1977, pure magical brilliance recorded from a canadian radio station, called chom-fm.

cheers
m

Jul 02, 2013, 11:16


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marcschaeffner
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s_lush_s wrote:


yes, thought about buying "in c".

Jul 02, 2013, 11:21


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marcschaeffner
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s_lush_s wrote:


i think that "music in 12 parts" is my fav of him.

Jul 02, 2013, 11:22


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marcschaeffner
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s_lush_s wrote:
this is what I listened to I messed up and posted twice my laptop is like butter fingers




there



still too high at this point in time.

Jul 02, 2013, 11:23


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marcschaeffner
602 posts

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s_lush_s wrote:
yes you are right because I need a playlist. I'm thinking of stopping this thread because I realize it's limitations. Maybe I could add these videos to my youtube account. Some of you think I'm just listening to weird sounds but I've heard some Lab and Broadcast in these songs and I hoped another would also identify the segments.
Yeah I need a playlist where you can click on the song you want to hear. I guess I'll need to return to randomly casting this music amongst threads so it can draw listeners unaware.

What I believe some of ya'll don't realize that I try to focus on electronic music pioneers and 20th and 21th century artists; that's why this has some worth. It's easy to be disinterested I become disinterested with some music really easily.

I'm not completely a shitty person. Over the years I have been a real shit. You'll be ecstatic to know I think I'm growing up. That prognosis maybe a little. I'll cross my fingers.

So NO I'm not going somewhere to have a blog. You'll just have to suffer through it just as I suffered through "Psych rock".



i think you are not the only one.
m

Jul 02, 2013, 11:25


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marcschaeffner
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Re: what I'm listeng to today the s_ My pretentios list liker

marcschaeffner wrote:
s_lush_s wrote:





you are so great! thought about buying me a copy of her 4lp work with the bbc radiophonic workshop.
there is also a release called "ohm" - early gurus of electronic music, that is totally great.

http://www.discogs.com/Various-OHM-The-Early-Gurus-Of-Electronic-Music/master/110524 (re-issued with a bonus dvd)

sorry, that i cannot listen to these pieces at the moment. i left this musical direction quite some time ago, but somehow this an re-entry point you created.

i was very much into klaus schulze and tangerine dream, you know. have you ever heard of the tangerine tree? (i have almost all of them at home and did digitalize the tree for my own means [250 GB]. (maybe a bit too proud about this). if you'd do a research you'll find a site about the tree and someone who offers these recordings for free via torrent. partly really great stuff. maybe as a good starting point i could recommend the Montreal, Place Des Arts Concert from 1977, pure magical brilliance recorded from a canadian radio station, called chom-fm.

cheers
m



sheer musical brilliance is the more correct expression i think!

Jul 02, 2013, 11:38

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