Earle Brown (1928-2002)


December 1952 Concert, 23th July 1964
International Music Institute (Internationales Musikinstitut), Darmstadt, Germany.

December 1952 Rehearsal, 23th July 1964
International Music Institute (Internationales Musikinstitut), Darmstadt, Germany

Played by The International Chamber Enxemble Darmstadt
(Internationales Kammerensemble Darmstadt), conducted by Earle Brown


Earle Brown - Folio (1952/53)

October 1952
Piano - Hermann Danuser

November 1952
Conductor - Rainer Riehn
Orchestra - Ensemble Musica Negativa

December 1952
Conductor - Rainer Riehn
Orchestra - Ensemble Musica Negativa

MM - 87
Piano - Hermann Danuser

MM - 135 March 1953
Piano - Hermann Danuser

Music For "Trio For Five Dancers" June 1953
Conductor - Earle Brown
Orchestra - Ensemble Musica Negativa

1953
Piano - Hermann Danuser


A. Earle Brown - Folio (1952/53)

B. Earle Brown - Four Systems (1954)

Conductor - Earle Brown
Orchestra - Ensemble Musica Negativa

C. Morton Feldman, Earle Brown And Heinz-Klaus Metzger In Discussion

A-C from the LP box set Music Before Revolution 1972 [EMI 1 C 165 - 28 954 / 57 Y]


An Interview with Earle Brown and his Modules 1-2 (1974)

Guus Feist of Radio Nederland talks with the American avant-garde composer Earle Brown, who in February 1974 began a six week series of lectures and workshops sponsored by the Rotterdam Conservatory of Music. Brown describes his lectures which were about the interplay between modern music, visual art, and literature, as well as his workshops, in which he taught about improvisational techniques, varying forms of musical notation, and the incorporation of multimedia elements into musical compositions. The interview is followed by a performance of “Modules 1-2” by Earle Brown, and played by the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Edo de Waart and the composer.


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