- Performer:Various Artists
- Title:Barry Anderson: ARC and Other Electronic Works
- Date of release:August 25, 1993
- Size FLAC version1531 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1521 megabytes
- Size WMA version1551 megabytes
- Formats:DMF MMF AC3 MOD VQF RA
Electroacoustic Fanfare. 2. Arc for bass clarinet, string quartet & electronics. Javier Alvarez, Harry Sparnaay. Pieces (3) for piano. 3. No. 1, for piano & tape.
Commissioned by BBC Radio 3. Tape realised at BBC Studios in Manchester, the BBC Radiophonic Workshop in London, and the West Square Electronic Music Studio in London. This recording would not have been possible without the generous financial support from the Elona Foundation and the Holst Foundation.
Barry Anderson was born in New Zealand in 1935 and died in Paris in 1987. He was classically trained as a pianist at the Royal Academy of Music. He founded The West Square Electronic Music Ensemble in 1973 and helped found and chari the Electro-Acoustic Music Association of Great Britain in 1980. Later he worked extensively at IRCAM in Paris where he was instrumental in realizing the electronic part of Harrison Birtwistle's opera "The Mask of Orpheus". Arc And Other Electronic Works (CD, Album).
Members of Joan of Arc have been in many other bands including Friend/Enemy with Califone's Tim Rutili; American Football with Kinsella's brother Mike; Owls, a Cap'n Jazz reunion; Ghosts and Vodka; Everyoned, Love of Everything, Aitis Music, Hydrofoil and Make Believe. In 1998, Joan of Arc released How Memory Works. The album included what would become a hallmark of Joan Of Arc's subsequent output: interludes of synthetic noises cut with vocal samples and off-beat instrumentation. As always, Kinsella's lyrics were cryptic and oblique, though the song 'This Life Cumulative' made reference to the media alienation of singer/songwriter Fiona Apple.
Listen to albums and songs from Barry Anderson. Verdi: The Best From "La Traviata". New Music Collections, Vol. 2: Electronic.
ARC is a Progressive Electronic, Progressive Rock artist from United Kingdom. ARC biography Classy electronic base spacey prog-ambient project formed by the legendary Ian Boddy and Mark Shreeve (from Redshift). Obvious 70s Berlin-school musical references. Most of the albums have been published by Ian Boddy's laboratory DiN.
Album Various Artists. One Love, One Rhythm: The 2014 FIFA World Cup Official Album. Album Various Artists. UKF Summer Drum & Bass. Now That's What I Call Music! 68. Now That's What I Call Music! 37. Now That's What I Call Music! 65. UKF Drum & Bass 2012. Now That's What I Call Music! 80. Now That's What I Call Merry Christmas. Now That's What I Call Music! 63.
CreditsJavier Alvarez - Electronics, Primary Artist
Javier Alvarez - Electronics
Barry Anderson - Composer, Liner Notes, Program Notes
Shirley Anderson - Liner Notes
Ian Dearden - Electronics
Murray Khouri - Producer
Sally Mays - Piano
Miró Quartet - Ensemble
Stephen Montague - Conductor, Cover Design, Electronics, Liner Notes, Producer, Sound Projector
Chris Rice - Engineer, Producer
Chris Rice - Engineer, Producer
John Franklyn Robbins - Speech/Speaker/Speaking Part
Harry Sparnaay - Clarinet (Bass), Primary Artist
|1||Electroacoustic Fanfare Barry Anderson||1:32|
|2||Arc for bass clarinet, string quartet & electronics Barry Anderson||Javier Alvarez / Harry Sparnaay||19:35|
|Pieces (3) for piano|
|3||No. 1, for piano & tape Barry Anderson||11:09|
|4||No. 2, for amplified piano Barry Anderson||5:34|
|5||No. 3, for piano & electronics Barry Anderson||16:50|
|6||Domingus Barry Anderson||22:29|