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Intro - Rhys Chatham - Rhys Chatham Sampler (CD)

25.09.2019
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  1. Nov 11,  · A Secret Rose, Rhys Chatham’s guitar, “No Wave” extravaganza, is stretching new-music presenter Other Minds, socially and artistically, as well as financially.
  2. Rhys Chatham returns with his first solo album since , the enchanting Pythagorean Dream. Having studied under Terry Riley and La Monte Young (with whom he later went on to work), Chatham fused the overtone-drenched minimalism of John Cale and Tony Conrad with the relentless, elemental fury of the Ramones.
  3. A guide to Rhys Chatham: biography, discography, reviews, links. New York-born flute and trumpet player Rhys Chatham (), a student of Morton Subotnick and then La Monte Young, and founder of the music program at the Kitchen Center (), joined the avantgarde with compositions in just intonation and compositions incorporating the overtone series, such as the mesmerizing Two Gongs .
  4. 1 day ago · On his Nonesuch Records debut, Over That Road I’m Bound, due October 2, , songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Joachim Cooder uses the plain-spoken songs of country-music progenitor and banjo player Uncle Dave Macon as a jumping off point, playing with the lyrics and reworking melodies for his chosen instrument: an electric mbira (a variation on an African thumb piano).
  5. Rhys Chatham (b. New York City) is an American avant-garde composer, guitarist, and trumpet player. He currently lives in France. In the early s Chatham was the first music director of The Kitchen in New York. His early compositions owed a significant debt to La Monte Young and other minimalists.
  6. "Rhys Chatham returns with his first solo album since , the enchanting Pythagorean Dream. Having studied under Terry Riley and La Monte Young (with whom he later went on to work), Chatham fused the overtone-drenched minimalism of John Cale and Tony Conrad with the relentless, elemental fury of .
  7. Conducting an interview in an empty theatre is a bizarre experience. Rhys Chatham is in town performing one of his signature pieces, Guitar Trio and he's just finished a Q&A with one of the curators in the ICA's makeshift auditorium on the ground level. We only have about a half hour to talk before the gig starts in the other room, so we decide to do the interview on the stage in the same.
  8. Rhys Chatham was born in Manhattan in He came under the musical influence of his father, Price, a harpsichordist, and became a devotee of the work of early music composers such as Giles Farnaby and John Bull, playing their music on a virginal.
  9. Check out Rhys Chatham on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on Amazon.

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