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Reich: Drumming, Music for Mallet Instruments, 6 Pianos

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These two long pieces may be Reich's least ambitious music, but they're easy to make an acquaintance with — unlike Drumming and Tehillim. The Four Sections is performed by the London Symphony Orchestra with Reich's percussion ensemble, and yet manages to project more personality than the ensemble alone does on Music for Mallet Instruments, Voices and Organ. The Four Sections is plain enjoyable. Under Michael Tilson Thomas' baton, the melodic patterns are pleasing, while the woodwinds and strings maintain the same bright, sharp momentum as the ensemble. Like Roy Lichtenstein's cover art, the title refers to the sections of the orchestra, with each section granted its own entrance and brief solo moments. You could even whistle some of it, but probably won't unless you can provide your own drone. Side two is where the lack of ambition isn't quite enough. The percussion and chanted voices of Music for Mallet Instruments, Voices and Organ get across by recalling the pulsing orchestrations of The Desert Music and the glassine harmonies of Music for 18 Musicians. But using Nurit Tillis' organ chords seems almost like cheating. The charm of Reich's finest minimalist experiments was to let harmony and rhythm dig themselves out of the woodwork — or the wallpaper, in some peoples' opinion. The organ tends to resolve the harmonies too quickly, like it's rushing the percussionists along.


Nacido(a): 28 de octubre de 1941 en Youngstown, OH

Género: Jazz

Años de actividad: '80s, '90s, '00s

Jay Clayton is both a very significant singer in the jazz avant-garde and a highly influential educator. Clayton learned standards very early from hearing her mother sing around their house. She took private piano lessons from a young age and studied at the St. Louis Institute for Music for a short time. She graduated from Miami University in Oxford, OH in 1963 with a degree in Music Education. Although she studied classical music at school, Clayton sang jazz on the weekends at local clubs. After...
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