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Leonardo Music Journal Volume 21, 2011
Tracklist and Credits by following artist:
Jem Finer, Gordon Mumma, Katherine Young, James Fei, Alexis Porfiriadis, Chris Mann, Matthew Marble, Phillip Schulze, Guillermo Gregorio, Rajesh K. Mehta, Pauline Oliveros
Soundtrack: »Essay« LP (Apparent Extent)
Recorded live at Mintrop 20, Düsseldorf, Germany.
Recorded and mixed by Phillip Schulze.
Inner Sleeve Photographs by Max Schulze.
Phillip Schulze: Cause Unfold Proceed (2010)
Limited Edition of 500. Double Vinyl. CD. Photo Edition. Postcard. Information Material.
This edition outlines five different electro-acoustic solo works based on identical compositional and performative doctrines.
The sound material originates from causal elements found within the site itself, computer hardware and software, and feedback. This amalgamated construct unfolds and proceeds musically due to the regulatory measures and interventions activated by the performer's hand. Concrete material evolves and devolves into alternations between raw, abstract, and granular sound generations. [...]
Alvin Lucier: Sferics & Music for Solo Performer (2009)
Track 1, Sferics (1981), recorded on August 27, 1981, in Church Park, Colorado. Originally released on the LP Sferics (VR 1017).
Track 2, Music For Solo Performer (1965), recorded at the Wesleyan University Experimental Music Studio, on December 8 and 9, 2007. Recording: Ron Kuvila, Ivan Naranjoriva, Phillip Schulze.
Notations 21 - Author Theresa Sauer (2009)
Drawing inspiration from John Cage's, Notations, Notations 21 features illustrated musical scores from more than 100 international composers, all of whom are making amazing breakthroughs in the art of notation. These spectacularly beautiful and fascinatingly creative visual pieces not only make for exciting music, but inspiring visual art as well. The scores are accompanied by written contributions from the artists that explore every facet of their creative processes, from inspiration to execution. Contributors include the likes of Karlheinz Stockhausen, Earle Brown, Halim El-Dabh, Joan La Barbara, and Yuji Takahashi, as well as emerging composers whose compositions are also visually astounding and important. In the spirit of honoring the 40th anniversary of Cage's seminal book, while furthering it in a 21st century context, a portion of the sales will be donated to the Foundation for Contemporary Performing Arts.
Quartet Solo Series - Striking Mechanism (2009)
". . . a startling journey in sound." – Mia Clarke (Time Out Chicago)
Full length CD, limited edition of 500, featuring solo works by
marina peterson: cello
Schwarzweiss - Eins - Author Max Schulze / Kathrin Menne (2006)
The magazine focuses on different approaches and artistic positions in contemporary visual art.
Tools of mind - edited by Matt Marble (2007)
magazine FO A RM special issue no. 1
52 pp., 8 x 9", saddle-stitched, numbered edition of 150, hand-stamped cover,
Collecting the work of international composers, artists and thinkers, each contribution in this book offers a model, design, plan, or score. Each contribution reflects a shared path of origin - the mind as a resource. As tools of action or reflection, these models speak to the mind within and about us, often blurring the distinction between functionality and aesthetics. TOOLS OF MIND intertwines performance scores with diagrams & texts from diverse fields of thought - from the notation of heartbeats to the architecture of the weaverbird and the choreography of Shaker service. The book as a whole offers itself as a mosaic... and humming beneath every page is a simple imperative.