La Mariee Mise A Nu Par Ses Celibataires, Meme Erratum Musical" (12:20). 3. "Musical Sculpture" (4:27). Shop more: nic Marcel DUCHAMP Song Cycle. What do you think of this release?
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Associated with dada and surrealism, Duchamp worked in a variety of media and left a handful of musical sketches created between 1912 and 1915 that were realized by Petr Kotik and the . Ensemble in the late '70s. Duchamp left two notated pieces and a conceptual work that must be entirely realized by the performer. The notated pieces were created completely by chance operations, predating Cage's work by many decades. The first, for three voices, was written by pulling cards with pitches out of a hat. In spite of the simplicity of its concept it's a virtuoso piece to perform.
Marcel Duchamp has 67 works online. There are 452 audio works online.
Originally released by Multhipla Records, The Entire Musical Work of Marcel Duchamp is a collection of experimental pieces composed in 1913 by the legendary artist, and executed by Petr Kotik and the . Employing chance operations and non-musical sounds, Marcel Duchamp’s musical oeuvre predated some radical concepts developed forty years later by John Cage. Artist: Marcel Duchamp. Titel: The Entire Musical Work Of Marcel Duchamp.
Henri-Robert-Marcel Duchamp (/duːˈʃɑːn/; French: ; 28 July 1887 – 2 October 1968) was a French-American painter, sculptor, chess player, and writer whose work is associated with Cubism, Dada, and conceptual art. He was careful about his use of the term Dada and was not directly associated with Dada groups
Predating the work of John Cage, this radical experimental composition employed chance operations and non-musical sounds in 1913. The works "Erratum Musical" and "The Bride Stripped Bare by Her Bachelors" were realized by the . These interpretations for flute, celeste, trombone, and glockenspiel are soft, slow-motion studies that bear similarities to late-20th century compositions of Cage, Christian Wolff, and Morton Feldman. Known as one of the most vital artists in the history of 20th century art, Marcel Duchamp was a composer whose small output was equally as revolutionary as his visual art. Predating the work of John Cage, this radical experimental composition employed chance operations and non-musical sounds in 1913.
Originally collected for release in 1976, The Entire Musical Work Of Marcel Duchamp is now set for its first ever vinyl reissues courtesy of Song Cycle Records. Drawing from the fountain of Duchamp’s forward-thinking spirit, the collection features the . Ensemble’s 1976 recordings of four compositions over 50 years after they were conceived. They include Duchamp’s unfinishable 25-minute piece The Bride Stripped Bare By Her Bachelors, Even.