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Pauline Oliveros - The Roots Of The Moment flac album
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Pauline Oliveros - The Roots Of The Moment flac album

Album:
The Roots Of The Moment
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Style:
Contemporary, Experimental, Drone
MP3 archive size:
1613 mb
FLAC archive size:
1455 mb
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4.3
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804

Tracklist

The Roots Of The Moment 58:15

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
hat ART CD 6009 Pauline Oliveros The Roots Of The Moment ‎(CD, Album) hat ART hat ART CD 6009 Switzerland 1988
hat ART CD 6009 Pauline Oliveros The Roots Of The Moment ‎(CD, Album, RE) hat ART hat ART CD 6009 Switzerland 1990
hatOLOGY 591 Pauline Oliveros The Roots Of The Moment ‎(CD, Album, RE) hatOLOGY hatOLOGY 591 Switzerland 2006

While Pauline Oliveros' output has its high and low marks, the composer, accordionist and organizer is an undeniable force in new music. For fifty years she has pursued sonic experiments, and as the founder of the Deep Listening Institute, she has supported many other sound innovators. Sadly, it's sometimes easier to respect her from afar than to closely follow her work. Her 1998 release The Roots of the Moment, just reissued by Hatology, is among those essentials. Essentially a solo recording, Oliveros and her accordion are found here within an "electronic environment created by Peter Ward. The electronic element isn't explained in the liner notes (written by her neighbor, saxophonist Joe McPhee, with whom she's collaborated), and its presence seems subtle on the recording. Reverb and delay may be present at times, but it might be best just to assume they're there.

Accordion, Composed By, Liner Notes – Pauline Oliveros. Cover – Brion Gysin. Design – Walter Bosshardt. Electronics – Peter Ward (2). Producer – Pia Und Werner X. Uehlinger. Recorded By – Franz Sutter.

Pauline Oliveros-accordion Peter Ward-electrionics. Produced by Pia Und Werner X. Uehlinger Recorded by Franz Sutter. Recorded at Studio Lussi, Allschwil, Switzerland on 10 November, 1987. The single track was later divided into six pieces on a 2006 reissue: Crossing The Sands (5:52) Traces (9:05) "Blow Winds" (11:55) Striations (14:45) Slipping Away (10:21) Grains (6:21).

Oliveros with accordion in just intonation within an interactive electronic environment created by Peter Ward. an exercise in true "deep listening"as she refers to the concerts her foundation presents in upstate New York.

Pauline Oliveros - The Roots Of The Moment (1988) EAC Rip FLAC with CUE and log no scans 251 mb MP3 CBR 320kbps RAR 127 mb Genre: classical, experimental, electronic, drone The Roots Of The Moment is the 1988 album by the late Pauline Oliveros. This is the original pressing released by hat ART. This is a library disc so no scans are with this title. Pauline Oliveros-accordion Peter Ward-electrionics. EAC extraction logfile from 11. April 2017, 11:29. Pauline Oliveros, The Roots Of The Moment. Used drive : TEAC DVD-ROM DV-28SW Adapter: 1 ID: 0. Read mode : Secure Utilize accurate stream : Yes Defeat audio cache : Yes Make use of C2 pointers : No.

While Pauline Oliveros' output has it's high and low marks, the composer, accordionist and organizer is an undeniable force in new music. Essentially a solo recording, Oliveros and her accordion are found here within an electronic environment created by Peter Ward. The electronic element isn't explained in the liner notes (written by her neighbor, saxophonist Joe McPhee, with whom she's collaborated), and it's presence seems subtle on the recording.

Accordion, Composed By – Pauline Oliveros Electronics – Peter Ward.

Pauline Oliveros (May 30, 1932 – November 24, 2016) was an American composer, accordionist and a central figure in the development of experimental and post-war electronic art music. She was a founding member of the San Francisco Tape Music Center in the 1960s, and served as its director. She taught music at Mills College, the University of California San Diego (UCSD), Oberlin Conservatory of Music, and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

  • MMMmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmhhhhhhhhhhhh (Another solo expression of accordion vibes, zooms you way out and way inward at the same time <3)

  • Oliveros grabs at the mites and dust of sounds and spins them into unbelievable webs of thought, thought called music. Minimalist electroacoustic drones of the highest pecking order through use of the that old trusty accordion! Elegant, charming and always surprising!