9 edition of The music of Pauline Oliveros found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Heidi Von Gunden.|
|LC Classifications||ML410.O5834 V6 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 195 p. :|
|Number of Pages||195|
|LC Control Number||82021443|
Pauline Oliveros was born in Houston, Texas in The wide open expanses of Texas, populated with wildlife, had a deep impact on her thinking. ‘I was always fascinated with listening to my environment,’ she wrote in her book Deep Listening: A Composer’s Sound Practice. ‘From early childhood I have been a listener. The orchestra consists of twenty accordions, two bass accordions, and five percussion, with Pauline Oliveros as soloist, Sam Falcetti conducting. Horse Sings .
Pauline Oliveros, the visionary composer, performer and teacher who co-founded the Department of Music at UC San Diego in , died Thursday in her sleep at her home in Kingston, N.Y. She was Oliveros’ death was announced by renowned flutist Claire Chase, a San Diego native. Chase is the co-founder of the International Contemporary Ensemble, which often performed Oliveros. PAULINE OLIVE-ROS Composer Pauline Oliveros (—) played key role in the development of a range of contemporary musical practices: tape music, electronic music, experimental music, minimalism, World Music, and Ambient music. Ins the early s, she co-founded the San Francisco Tape Music Center, one of.
Pauline Oliveros. You may be surprised to learn that Pauline Oliveros was first and foremost an accordion player. She studied music composition at the University of Houston and San Francisco State College. In , she helped establish the San Francisco Tape Music Center along with Morton Subotnick and Ramon : Drew Schlesinger. Contemporary music. "As I follow the threads from the past/future into the present moment I breathe my time" -- Pauline Oliveros. "The Roots of the Moment" presents the collected writings over the past decade from one of our greatest contemporary musician-composers/5.
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The Music of Pauline Oliveros First Edition by Heidi Von Gunden (Author). Pauline Oliveros () is one of America s most important composers.
Deep Listening® is her lifetime practice. Currently she serves as Distinguished Research Professor of Music at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy NY, Darius Milhaud Artist-in-residence at Mills College, Oakland CA and president of Pauline Oliveros Foundation in Kingston by: Pauline Oliveros () has influenced American music extensively in her career spanning more than 60 years as a composer, performer, author and philosopher.
Genre/Form: Bibliography Criticism, interpretation, etc Bibliographie: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Von Gunden, Heidi, Music of Pauline Oliveros. A guide to Pauline Oliveros's music In the second of our new series, Tom Service writes about Pauline Oliveros, whose sonic explorations take on life, the universe.
Tom Service is the Gresham Professor of Music as well as a renowned music journalist and television and radio presenter. He has written regularly for The Guardian since His book titles include Music as Alchemy: Journeys with Great Conductors and their Orchestras and Thomas Adès: Full of Noises.
About the Author. PAULINE OLIVEROS is a senior figure in contemporary American music. Her career spans fifty years of boundary dissolving music making. In the '50s she was part of a circle of iconoclastic composers, artists, poets gathered together in San by: In the late nineteen-sixties, the composer Pauline Oliveros moved from San Francisco, where she had been a pioneer of electronic music, to San Diego, to start a university : Kerry O’Brien.
Pauline Oliveros (bornHouston, Texas, USA - died Novem ) was an American composer, performer and author. In the early 's, Oliveros, along with Morton Subotnick and Ramon Sender, formed the San Francisco Tape Music Center, and there, she began her pioneering work with electronics and performances, Pauline Oliveros used an accordion.
Oliveros was raised in a family that encouraged involvement with music. At age 10 she was introduced to the accordion by her mother, who was a Pauline Oliveros, American composer and performer known for conceiving a unique, meditative, improvisatory approach to music called “deep listening.”.
Oliveros authored of eleven books of writings about music as well as many journal articles. Following her Grants to Artists, Oliveros received a SEAMUS Award for Lifetime Achievement for Pioneering Work in Electro Acoustic Music (), the Nameless Sound Award (), the William Schuman Award for Lifetime Achievement from Columbia University (), and a Paul Fleck Fellowship at.
Oliveros has written books, formulated new music theories and investigated new ways to focus attention on music including her concepts of read more Pauline Oliveros ( – Novem ) was an American composer and accordionist who was a central figure in the development of experimental and post-war electronic art music.
Pauline Oliveros () is a renowned American modern composer of avant garde music and was a pioneer of electronic music and improvisation. Reading the book provides an insight into the methodology of Deep Thinking which is a practice created by Pauline Oliveros which is designed to improve listening skills which helps you to appreciate music and sounds in general/5(25).
Enter the dream world of Pauline Oliveros and her Deep Listening Band Join us for the full Prof. Tom Service lecture 'Deep Listening: Quiet Music and Quie. The Roots of the Moment Paperback – August 1, by Pauline Oliveros (Author)5/5(1). Pauline Oliveros (–) Sound Patterns () The Astra Choir, John McCaughey, director from “We, Like Salangan Swallows” A choral gallery of.
Pauline Oliveros is one of modern music's most important figures, precisely because her work transcends music itself.
While many people have heard of her contemporaries like Steve Reich and Philip Glass, Oliveros' five decades of work is so wide-reaching that popular culture has barely kept up.
Pauline Oliveros "Through the practice of meditation we can explore the depth of insight through the wisdom of listening and hearing." Sogyal Rinpoche 1 From childhood I have practiced listening.
As a musician, I am interested in the sensual nature of sound, its power of synchronization, coordination, release and change. HearingFile Size: 62KB. Find Pauline Oliveros bio, music, credits, awards, & streaming links on AllMusic - An innovator in the fields of electronic music.
Listening as Activism: The “Sonic Meditations” of Pauline Oliveros By Kerry O’Brien, Published in The New Yorker In the late nineteen-sixties, the composer Pauline Oliveros () moved from San Francisco, where she had been a pioneer of electronic music, to San Diego.
Pauline Oliveros who died on 25 November Photograph: Vinciane Verguethen US-born experimental composer and electronic music pioneer Pauline Oliveros Author: Imogen Tilden.Pauline Oliveros' life as a composer, performer and humanitarian was about opening her own and others' sensibilities to the universe and facets of sounds.
Her career spanned fifty years of boundary dissolving music making.Sonic Meditations book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Prose scores from composer Pauline Oliveros/5.