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Philip Corner

Gong / Ear

Label: Roaratorio

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** Limited edition of 305 copies, each with a hand-cut facsimile brass gong, silkscreened with Corner's calligraphy and mounted onto the jacket!!** A major figure in 20th century arts and music (and beyond), Philip Corner studied with Henry Cowell and Olivier Messiaen, and was one of the original Fluxus conspirators, among other highlights of his long and storied career. As part of the body of his 'Metal Meditations' work, Gong/Ear is a decades-long series of improvisations with dancers. Utilizing his favorite Paiste tam-tam, these two recordings from Corner's NYC Leonard Street loft in 1989 are a feedback loop of perceptions between gong and dance: 'the initiating sound (or is it the dancer's posture?) is made physically audible. Responsive movement is turned back into sound. Musical attentiveness sends it back and it continues.' Gong/Ear: Dance-ing, 1 & 2 is released in a. Download coupon included.

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Cat. number: roar 27
Year: 2012
Genre: Sound Art
Notes:
A limited edition of 305 copies, each with a handmade facsimile brass gong, silkscreened with Corner's calligraphy and mounted on the jacket. Download included.