Sinopse

Array to Zed is a monthly podcast exploring experimental music by way of the alphabet.Hosts Martin Arnold, Artistic Director of ArrayMusic, and Georgia Carley chat about the ideas, procedures, composers and music that make up that nebulous beautiful thing we call “Experimental Music.”Array to Zed is brought to you by ArrayMusic, a new music organization and cultural hub in Toronto, Canada. To know more about ArrayMusic’s activities and to join our mailing list, see our website ArrayMusic.com.

Episódios

  • Arary To Zed Ep F

    Arary To Zed Ep F

    08/05/2019 Duração: 01h27min

    Summary: The letter F has Martin and Georgia talking about the idea of “Formless,” Morton Feldman, Barbara Monk Feldman, Jürg Frey, Malachi Favors and Susanna Ferrar. Array to Zed is a monthly podcast exploring experimental music by way of the alphabet. Hosts Martin Arnold, Artistic Director of ArrayMusic, and Georgia Carley chat about the ideas, procedures, composers and music that make up that nebulous beautiful thing we call “Experimental Music.” Music Credits: Filament 1 is a recording made by Filament: who are Sachiko M (no-input sampler and tone generators) and Otomo Yoshihide (turntable and CD player) in 1998. They are also bandmates in the group Ground Zero. There is a fair amount of information about both artists and this recording on the internet. Morton Feldman is all over the internet. The cycle The Viola in My Life was begun in July 1970 in Honolulu (composed especially for Karen Phillips, resident performer at Hawaii University) and consists of four individual compositions utilizing various inst

  • Array To Zed Ep E

    Array To Zed Ep E

    07/03/2019 Duração: 01h53min

    Summary: The letter E has Martin and Georgia talking about the idea of Experimental, Brian Eno, Eva-Maria Houben, Ennio Morricone, Eve Egoyan and Mark Ellestad. Array to Zed is a monthly podcast exploring experimental music by way of the alphabet. Hosts Martin Arnold, Artistic Director of ArrayMusic, and Georgia Carley chat about the ideas, procedures, composers and music that make up that nebulous beautiful thing we call “Experimental Music.” Music Credits: For more information on Contact Contemporary Music go to www.contactcontemporarymusic.org/ ; go to their “RECORDINGS” page for more info on their version of Eno’s Discreet Music. Brian Eno is all over the internet and it’s easy to buy various versions of Discreet Music at various online retailers. Discreet Music includes Eno’s Three Variations on the Canon in D Major by Johann Pachelbel that you heard in this episode. Eva-Maria Houben is a member of the Wandelweiser collective. Go to: www.wandelweiser.de and http://www.evamariahouben.de/ for more informa

  • Array to Zed Episode D

    Array to Zed Episode D

    07/03/2019 Duração: 01h50min

    Summary: The letter D has Martin and Georgia talking about Distance, Angharad Davies, Axel Dorner, Hanne Darboven, Jeremy Deller, Kieran Daly and Ryan Driver. Array to Zed is a monthly podcast exploring experimental music by way of the alphabet. Hosts Martin Arnold, Artistic Director of ArrayMusic, and Georgia Carley chat about the ideas, procedures, composers and music that make up that nebulous beautiful thing we call “Experimental Music.” Music Credits: The ADs by Angharad Davies and Axel Dorner can be found on Another Timbre anothertimbre.com under the title A.D. For more from Angharad Davies, including Balancing Spring Study #1 (from Six Studies; Confront Recordings), visit her webstite www.angharaddavies.com/ The excerpts from Hanne Darboven’s Symphony 1, 2 and 3 are recordings from the 1991 world premiere performances at the now-defunct Ydessa Hendeles Art Foundation in Toronto, put together by Christopher Butterfield under the auspices of Arraymusic. For more on Hanne Darboven see: www.hanne-darboven

  • Array To Zed Ep C

    Array To Zed Ep C

    12/12/2018 Duração: 02h34min

    The letter C has Martin and Georgia talking about John Cage, Chance, Cornelius Cardew, Viv Corringham, Raven Chacon, Laurence Crane and André Cormier. Array to Zed is a monthly podcast exploring experimental music by way of the alphabet. Hosts Martin Arnold, Artistic Director of ArrayMusic, and Georgia Carley chat about the ideas, procedures, composers and music that make up that nebulous beautiful thing we call “Experimental Music.”

  • Episode 2: Bundle of Bs

    Episode 2: Bundle of Bs

    27/04/2017 Duração: 01h11min

    The letter B leads us to the in-between and composers Antoine Beuger, Martin Bartlett, Gilius van Bergeijk, Olivia Block and Gavin Bryars in the second instalment of our experimental music alphabet! Array to Zed is a monthly podcast exploring experimental music by way of the alphabet. Hosts Martin Arnold, Artistic Director of ArrayMusic, and Georgia Carley chat about the ideas, procedures, composers and music that make up that nebulous beautiful thing we call “Experimental Music.” Music Credits: Antoine Beuger’s music is available at www.wandelweiser.de Pythagoras Ghost, a collection of Martin Bartlett’s music that includes the piece heard on this podcast is available through the Western Front at western-front.myshopify.com/products/pythagoras-ghost X-OR Records, the company that put out 2 volumes of Gilius van Bergeijk’s music, is sadly no longer in business. However their remaining stock, including both van Bergeijk volumes, seems to be still available at: powensemble.nl/x-or-records As Martin says, buy eve

  • Episode 1: An Array of As

    Episode 1: An Array of As

    07/03/2017 Duração: 01h17min

    The letter A leads us to talk about AND, Robert Ashley, John Abrams and Allison Cameron in this first episode of our experimental music alphabet! Array to Zed is a monthly podcast exploring experimental music by way of the alphabet. Hosts Martin Arnold, Artistic Director of ArrayMusic, and Georgia Carley chat about the ideas, procedures, composers and music that make up that nebulous beautiful thing we call “Experimental Music.” Music Credits: Robert Ashley, The Bar from Perfect Lives (1991); John Abrams, Old Good Buchla (2014) and Aenied Music (1988); Allison Cameron, In Memoriam Robert Ashley (2015) and Strumgators (2010); Martin Arnold, Tam Lin (2010). John Abram’s electronic music is available from bandcamp at johnabram.bandcamp.com/releases Much of Robert Ashley’s music, including everything played on the episode, is available from Lovely Music at www.lovely.com Allison Cameron’s music is available at allisoncameron.com  Martin Arnold’s Tam Lin is released by Autumn Records, available at www.autumnrecord

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