Morton Subotnick - Return
Label: New Albion - NA 010 C • Format: Cassette Album C45 • Country: US • Genre: Electronic, Classical • Style: Baroque, Musique Concrète, Contemporary, Experimental
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'The Key To Songs' is music for an imaginary ballet inspired by 'A Week Of Kindness', or 'The Deadly Seven Elements', the novel in the form of a collage by the surrealist painter, Max Ernst/5(13).
Subotnick's music from the electronic music classics Silver Apples of the Moon and The Wild Bull has always been descriptive of poetic, lyrical imagery similarly, The Key to Songs is based on Max Ernst's collage novel "Une Semaine de Bonte" (A Week of Kindness or the Seven Deadly Elements) and Return: A Triumph of Reason refers to the change from dread and foreboding to reason that was 9/
Sep 06, · The Key to Songs / Return, a Compilation of songs by Morton Subotnick. Released in on New Albion (catalog no. NA; CD). Genres: Electronic, Modern Classical/5(2).
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Mar 12, · Morton Subotnick: The Key to Songs/Return A native of Los Angeles, Morton Subotnick is a remarkable composer who works with electronics in highly compelling and very interesting ways. Subotnick is best known for his work, Silver Apples of the Moon, which was celebrated in Los Angeles recently on the 50th anniversary of the landmark piece.
Morton Subotnick Return (Cass, Album, C45)/5(7).