Steve Reich - Steve Reich: Tehillim mp3 downloadPerformer: Steve Reich
Title: Steve Reich: Tehillim
Style: Choral,Vocal Music,Alternative/Indie Rock,Experimental Rock
Location: Bauer Studios, Ludwigsburg, Germany
Date of recording: October, 1981
Size MP3 version: 1719 mb
Size FLAC version: 1675 mb
Size WMA version: 1276 mb
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Steve Reich - Steve Reich: Tehillim mp3 download
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Although not as well known as Drumming or Music for 18 Musicians, 1981's Tehillim has earned its place next to those works in Steve Reich's canon. It's arguably his most mature and fully realized work, taking the various strands which had intrigued him before (including African percussion, the human voice, and the power of subtly changing patterns) and developing them in new and interesting ways.
Steve Reich – Tehillim. Label: ECM Records – ECM-1-1215, Warner Bros. Records – ECM-1-1215. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. All compositions: Reich Music Publications BMI/AMRA. Tehillium was comissioned by the South German Radio, Stuttgart (SDR); the West German Radio, Cologne (WDR), and The Rothko Chapel, Houston. Additional support was received from Betty Freeman, The Rockefeller Foundation and The Memorial Foundation for Jewish Culture.
By: Steve Reich (1982, Classical). More albums from Steve Reich: If You Break My Heart by Steve Reich. Three Dances & Four Organs by Steve Reich. Six Pianos, Music For Mallet Instruments, Voices And Organ by Steve Reich. Four Organs, Phase Patterns by Steve Reich. Early Works by Steve Reich. Octet, Music For A Large Ensemble, Violin Phase by Steve Reich. Minimalist by Steve Reich. Music For 18 Musicians by Steve Reich. View all albums . Tehillim. By: Steve Reich (1982, Classical). 1. Parts I & II. 2. Parts III & IV. More albums from Steve Reich: If You Break My Heart by Steve Reich
Steve Reich: Works 1965–1995 is a 1997 10-CD box set of compositions by composer Steve Reich released by Nonesuch Records as part of Reich's 60th birthday celebration. beautiful", it includes full track and personnel listing, career chronology, appreciative notes (such as essays by John Adams and Michael Tilson Thomas), a new interview, and "his most famous works" with the "curious exclusions" of Violin Phase, Music for Pieces of Wood and Vermont Counterpoint.
There was a time when Steve Reich had few champions. Now he wins the Pulitzer Prize, collaborates with Jonny Greenwood, and on various anniversaries of the composer’s birth, concert halls the world over schedule celebrations of his catalog. But in the late ’60s and early ’70s, during his hardcore minimalist period, labels offered only sporadic commitments, including one-and-done relationships with both Columbia and Deutsche Grammophon. The latter had been sitting on the album for years, after paying to record it in 1976. Eicher’s trend-spotting sense proved keen: The jazz label’s first classical release eventually sold over 100,000 copies. ECM followed up this success as soon as they could, with a collection of shorter Reich pieces from his past, one of which was already more than a decade old.
By Steve Reich, Los Angeles Philharmonic, Stefan Asbury. Tehillim: 1. Part I - Synergy Vocals, 12:130:30. 6. Tehillim: 2. Part II - Synergy Vocals
|1||Tehillim, for 3 sopranos, alto, winds, strings, percussion & keyboards||Steve Reich||17:32|
|2||Tehillim, for 3 sopranos, alto, winds, strings, percussion & keyboards||Steve Reich||12:26|
CreditsPamela Wood Ambush - Soprano (Vocal)
Rebecca Armstrong - Soprano (Vocal)
Ellen Bardekoff - Horn (English)
Bob Becker - Percussion
Paula Bisacca - Design
Virgil Blackwell - Clarinet, Flute
Vivian Burdick - Oboe
Robert Chausow - Violin
Jay Clayton - Alto, Alto (Vocals)
Manfred Eicher - Producer
Chris Finckel - Cello
Christopher Finckel - Cello
Shem Guibbory - Violin
Russ Hartenberger - Percussion
Garry Kvistad - Percussion
Monika Lichtenfeld - Liner Note Translation
George Manahan - Conductor
Edmund Niemann - Organ
Lewis Paer - Bass
Tim Page - Liner Notes
Steve Reich - Ensemble, Liner Notes, Percussion, Performer, Primary Artist
Steve Reich & Musicians - Chamber Ensemble
Cheryl Bensman Rowe - Soprano (Vocal)
Gary Schall - Percussion
Robert Shausow - Violin
Ruth Siegler - Viola
Mort Silver - Clarinet, Piccolo
Nurit Tilles - Organ
Glen Velez - Percussion
Christoph Wieland - Engineer
Martin Wieland - Engineer
Pamela Wood - Soprano (Vocal)