The Far Out label reissues two LPs by the disciple of Hermeto Pascoal.
via Ana Mazzotti’s Smooth Samba-Jazz is Rescued From Obscurity — Bandcamp Daily
Not strictly electronic, but sometimes I think it’s good to plug something you really like and vocalist and multi-instrumentalist Ana Mazzotti is one such artist.
Brazilian jazz, latin soul, world, bossa nova, brazilian funk, jazz latin, samba, soul-jazz
National Poetry Day gives me an excuse to repost a couple of playlists and a favourite of mine by electronic music pioneer Ruth White : )
Words translated from Charles Baudelaire, “Brumes et pluies” (Mists and Rains) Cover artwork by Henri Matisse.
‘late autumns, winters, springtimes steeped in mud,
o drowsy seasons i love and i praise you…’
Curious to hear what Teresa Rampazzi’s (1914-2001) voice sounded like? This is a unique opportunity. This audio track I’ve uploaded on SoundCloud is part of a radio programme aired in 1985 “Le nuove frontiere della musica” (New frontiers of music; director: Tonino Delfino). Rampazzi and Delfino are discussing her piece “Taras su tre dimensioni”. The […]
via Teresa Rampazzi’s voice and her unique piece “Taras” — laura zattra
Here are a few links that you may be interested in courtesy of Laura Zattra –
music – sound – musicology
Teresa Rampazzi Website
Teresa Rampazzi Facebook Page
Short stories of electronic music #2 | A music perfectly edible: photography by Teresa Rampazzi by by Johann Merrich
There was a long thread about pioneers of electronic music on twitter and the usual names cropped up but as is often the case there were names I hadn’t heard of and Jean Eichelberger Ivey is one of those names…shame on me.
On further listening, where have my ears been?
Better late than never for me here –
Jean Eichelberger Ivey
Jean Eichelberger Ivey (1923 – 2010) founded the Peabody Electronic Music Studio in 1967. Dr. Ivey has a large catalog of works in virtually every medium and is frequently represented on the programs of major orchestras and ensembles.
Piano, sounds of nature and electronics
Composer Jean Eichelberger Ivey
A Conversation with Bruce Duffie
Music by Jean Eichelberger Ivey for Voices, Instruments and Tape