Brooklyn Raga Massive - Terry Riley in C mp3 downloadPerformer: Brooklyn Raga Massive
Title: Terry Riley in C
Location: Joe's Pub
Date of recording: January 11, 2017
Size MP3 version: 1686 mb
Size FLAC version: 1273 mb
Size WMA version: 1189 mb
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Brooklyn Raga Massive - Terry Riley in C mp3 download
This video uses . minutes of excerpts from Brooklyn Raga Massive's 75 minute recording of Terry Riley's iconic minimalist composition, "In .
Terry Riley composed his landmark minimalist composition In C well before he developed an interest in Indian music, but the fit-as seen by Brooklyn Raga Massive-is a natural. The ensemble, which mixes traditional and innovative approaches to Indian music, performs the piece with Riley’s blessing.
The song 'Cells 12-13' by Brooklyn Raga Massive has a tempo of 107 beats per minute (BPM) on 'Terry Riley In C'.
Recorded Live at Joe's Pub at the Public, January 11, 2017. Packaged in a Gatefold Jacket.
Brooklyn Raga Massive is with Terry Riley. November 21, 2017 ·. Our music video for Terry Riley In C, out now on Northern Spy Records. Related Videos 3:46 · 1,566,016 Views. Brooklyn Raga MassiveVideosTerry Riley In C. English (US) · Suomi · Svenska · Español · Português (Brasil).
Brooklyn Raga Massive began in the Fall of 2011 as a cooperative alliance between several Indian Classical Musicians in the Brooklyn, NYC area. Brooklyn Raga Massive is not a band, and it is not an exclusive club with members. The Massive is a platform for all lovers of Raga music, listeners and practitioners, to get closer to the pulse of NYCs live Raga music scene. The Brooklyn Raga Massive is managed by artists, and is meant to help bring the community of Raga lovers together.
Of course RILEY would go on to redefine music in other ways but on this album he shows that you can be academic in your approach and still make something pleasurable to listen to. Of course, this is one of those occasional listens since it is so strange as to be almost alien. I can hear how artists like Philip Glass and others were influenced by some of RILEY's approach.
Terry Riley's In C might be considered one of the seminal pieces of minimalism, but at its heart it's an open invitation. The score resides on a single sheet of paper with 53 phrases to be repeated by an indefinite number of musicians. Over its 50-year history, the piece has been embraced, naturally, by classical ensembles. But then there those marvelously unexpected performances by everyone from boundary-pushing rock bands (The Styrenes, Acid Mothers Temple) to West African groups (Africa Express) playing instruments like the kora, ngoni and balafon. Members of Brooklyn Raga Massive have taken up the In C invitation. The Indian classical collective takes the music out of the sky and into the streets of its New York borough.
Brooklyn Raga Massive draws inspiration from Terry Riley, himself a practitioner of Indian classical music for some years, beginning with their performance and recording of Riley’s seminal composition In C. For this evening, BRM presents Indian classical music, original works inspired by the master, and a sneak peak at a new work in progress composed by Riley exclusively for BR. BRM’s releases include Terry Riley In C on Northern Spy Records, as well as a self-released raga tribute to John and Alice Coltrane. Frequently asked questions.
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|4||Cells 12-13 Terry Riley||Brooklyn Raga Massive||3:00|
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|6||Cells 17-21 Terry Riley||Brooklyn Raga Massive||7:55|
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|8||Cells 28-34 Terry Riley||Brooklyn Raga Massive||11:48|
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|11||Cell 48 Terry Riley||Brooklyn Raga Massive||3:06|
|12||Cells 49-53 (Jhalla) Terry Riley||Brooklyn Raga Massive||4:55|
CreditsTrina Basu - Violin
Brooklyn Raga Massive - Primary Artist, Producer
Lauren Crump - Cajon
David Ellenbogen - Guitar
Eric Fraser - Bansuri
Michael Gam - Bass
Josh Geisler - Bansuri
Sameer Gupta - Tabla
Timothy Hill - Vocals
Adam Malouf - Cello
Kane Mathis - Mastering, Mixing, Oud
Neel Murgai - Music Direction, Producer, Sitar, Vocals
Seema Lisa Pandya - Artwork, Layout
Arun Ramamurthy - Violin
Terry Riley - Composer
Milton Ruiz - Recording Technician
Roshni Samlal - Tabla
Vin Scialla - Frame Drum, Riqq
Andrew Shantz - Vocals
Ken Shoji - Violin
Aaron Shrage - Trumpet
John Shriver - Engineer
Kevin Yatarola - Photography
Max ZT - Hammer Dulcimer