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Composer: Feldman, Morton (1926-1987)

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Year of birth1926
Year of death1987
NationalityUnknown
Period20th century
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BerlinArditti Quartet

Crawford Seeger, Webern, Feldman, Nancarrow, Birtwistle
Arditti String Quartet

DortmundBrahms Requiem

Feldman, Brahms
Mahler Chamber Orchestra; Teodor Currentzis; Nadezhda Pavlova; Wiebke Lehmkuhl; Dimitris Tiliakos; musicAeterna Choir

HamburgTeodor Currentzis / »Ein deutsches Requiem«

Feldman, Brahms
Mahler Chamber Orchestra; Teodor Currentzis; Nadezhda Pavlova; Wiebke Lehmkuhl; Dimitris Tiliakos; musicAeterna Choir
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Du Yun NY premiere at Carnegie Hall

Where We Lost Our Shadows: American Composers Orchestra © Jennifer Taylor

The immigrant experience was examined in the New York premiere of Du Yun’s impressive and expansive Where We Lost Our Shadows. Sadly, the rest of the program wasn’t entirely on message.

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Hodges and Currie with meditative Stockhausen at the Southbank

Colin Currie © Linda Nylind
Two new music specialists revel in the sheer textural variation of Kontakte
****1
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Restless tranquility: Cikada ensemble plays Feldman

Morton Feldman © Rob Bogaerts / Anefo
With Morton Feldman's Piano, Violin, Viola, Cello, the Cikada ensemble embarked on a unsettlingly calming exploration of life itself.
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The Music of Silence: Steven Osborne at Milton Court

Steven Osborne © Benjamin Ealovega
Pianist Steven Osborne explored stillness in music in an intense and beautifully-controlled performance of works by American composers Morton Feldman and George Crumb.
*****
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Either/Or's Phenomenal Philip Guston

After four and a half hours of glacial, repetitive, soporifically quiet music... the crowd goes wild! This was the scene at Issue Project Room on Sunday evening as three members from the Either/Or Ensemble concluded Morton Feldman’s monumental trio For Philip Guston.
*****
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