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Gordon Monahan - This Piano Thing album mp3
Sound Sculpture
  • Performer:
    Gordon Monahan
  • Title:
    This Piano Thing
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  • Style:
    Sound Sculpture
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    1862 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1158 megabytes
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    1834 megabytes
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Gordon Monahan (1956, Kingston, Ontario) is a Canadian pianist, visual and sound artist. He played in rock bands for several years, starting in the late 1960s. From the mid-1970s throughout the 1980s, Monahan studied physics, then piano and composition in Ottawa and New Brunswick, spending two years during this time as the pianist in John Cage's Études australes, and studying with Cage

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Gordon Monahan - Trill With Hand Controlled Pitch Release Speaker Swinging, Piano Mechanics, 2006 02:26. Gordon Monahan - Wavelength Theremin in the Rain, 2006 07:45. Gordon Monahan - Melody Concealed by a Tremolo, High Trills.

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Gordon Monahan (born 1956 in Kingston, Ontario) is a Canadian pianist and composer of experimental music. He has been active since at least 1978. Along with his own work, he has performed works by other composers such as John Cage, James Tenney, Udo Kasemets and Roberto Paci Dalò. In 1992-93 he was artist-in-residence with the DAAD in Berlin where he lived until 2006. Monahan won first prize at the 1984 CBC National Radio Competition for Young Composers. He is one of six Laureates to receive Governor General’s Awards for.

Monahan began performing in public as a member of various rock bands in Ottawa, Canada (1968-73). Gordon Monahan has been played on NTS shows including samb rules, with Speaker Swinging first played on 1 March 2018.

Gordon Monahan (Author). It is organized perfectly and covers Monahan's many iconic works with appropriate depth and clarity. From his work with John Cage to his masterpiece "Speaker Swinging" to a stint as an irritainer in the band Fuzzy Love to sensitive works such as "When it Rains" Monahan has covered the gamut and continues to support other artists with his collaborate Electric Eclectics festival. It's a great book - I am sure to say when I finally get around to reading it.


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