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Return: for the Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company

Salt Lake Electric Ensemble

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    The Wayfaring Drones of Science

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    The MIA

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    SAM Choir

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    I Don't Think

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    Random Hicks

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Philip Glass: Music with Changing Parts: CD (USA sales)
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New from Orange Mountain Music: a thrilling new interpretation of Philip Glass's 1970 masterpiece "Music With Changing Parts" by the Salt Lake Electric Ensemble. Music with Changing Parts was the first piece recorded by the Philip Glass Ensemble on the Chatham Square label in the early 1970s and it has since enjoyed varied interpretations by the British group Icebreaker (2007) and a recent version by Cluster Ensemble. Composed in a open score, the established sound of the piece is that of the Philip Glass Ensemble of electric organs and woodwinds. Unlike previous versions, this new version combines both live performers and processed sounds.

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Philip Glass: Music with Changing Parts: CD (International Sales)
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New from Orange Mountain Music: a thrilling new interpretation of Philip Glass's 1970 masterpiece "Music With Changing Parts" by the Salt Lake Electric Ensemble. Music with Changing Parts was the first piece recorded by the Philip Glass Ensemble on the Chatham Square label in the early 1970s and it has since enjoyed varied interpretations by the British group Icebreaker (2007) and a recent version by Cluster Ensemble. Composed in a open score, the established sound of the piece is that of the Philip Glass Ensemble of electric organs and woodwinds. Unlike previous versions, this new version combines both live performers and processed sounds.

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Terry Riley's In C: 53 Rooms for Ririe-Woodbury

Terry Riley's In C: 53 Rooms for Ririe-Woodbury - High Compatibility mp3 Version

Salt Lake Electric Ensemble

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The Salt Lake Electric Ensemble's 2010 recording of Terry Riley's seminal 1964 masterpiece "In C" was met with critical acclaim from around the world as the first electroacoustic rendition of this minimalist treasure. For the 50th anniversary of the composition of the score, The Salt Lake Electric Ensemble accepted an invitation to collaborate with the renowned Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company, resulting in a series of live music and dance concerts and this recording. The music contains a colorful mix of electronic and acoustic instruments including synthesizers, samplers, drum machines, vibraphone, guitars and bass guitars, flugelhorn, double bass, and acoustic drums.

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Terry Riley's In C: 53 Rooms for Ririe-Woodbury - CD Quality (16 bit 44.1 KHZ) FLAC version

Salt Lake Electric Ensemble

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The Salt Lake Electric Ensemble's 2010 recording of Terry Riley's seminal 1964 masterpiece "In C" was met with critical acclaim from around the world as the first electroacoustic rendition of this minimalist treasure. For the 50th anniversary of the composition of the score, The Salt Lake Electric Ensemble accepted an invitation to collaborate with the renowned Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company, resulting in a series of live music and dance concerts and this recording. The music contains a colorful mix of electronic and acoustic instruments including synthesizers, samplers, drum machines, vibraphone, guitars and bass guitars, flugelhorn, double bass, and acoustic drums.

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Terry Riley's In C: 53 Rooms for Ririe-Woodbury - High Resolution (24 bit 96 KHZ) FLAC version

Salt Lake Electric Ensemble

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This version maximizes sound quality and is encoded as a high resolution 24 bit 96 KHZ FLAC file, which may require special hardware and software to play. If you aren't sure you can play this file, please contact us or choose the MP3 version instead.

The Salt Lake Electric Ensemble's 2010 recording of Terry Riley's seminal 1964 masterpiece "In C" was met with critical acclaim from around the world as the first electroacoustic rendition of this minimalist treasure. For the 50th anniversary of the composition of the score, The Salt Lake Electric Ensemble accepted an invitation to collaborate with the renowned Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company, resulting in a series of live music and dance concerts and this recording. The music contains a colorful mix of electronic and acoustic instruments including synthesizers, samplers, drum machines, vibraphone, guitars and bass guitars, flugelhorn, double bass, and acoustic drums.

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Japanese Waves / Rainbow Road

Japanese Waves/Rainbow Road EP CD quality (16 bit 44.1 KHZ) FLAC version

Salt Lake Electric Ensemble

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Karlheinz Stockausen: Set Sail for the Sun

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Salt Lake Electric Ensemble

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Be aware that the music on this 16 minute recording begins very quietly and gradually becomes loud.

This piece was inspired by Karlheinz Stockhausen's score "Set Sail For the Sun," which comes from his collection titled "From the Seven Days."

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Play a tone for so long until you hear its individual vibrations hold the tone and listen to the tones of the others -to all of them together, not to individual ones- and slowly move your tone until you arrive at complete harmony and the whole sound turns to gold to pure, gently shimmering fire

Album notes:

The cycle of fifteen pieces that make up "Aus den Sieben Tagen" (1968), including the work on this recording "Setz die Segel zur Sonne" (Set Sail For the Sun), form an interesting contrast to a large number of Karlheinz Stockhausen’s works.

Written in a year of personal and social turbulence (the same year Pink Floyd set the controls for the heart of the sun), it represents for some an immense departure in his oeuvre. For indeed it is the scientific, even pedantic level of detailed notation (however novel many of the new symbols he invented) both in subsequent and earlier works that lead critics to align his music with the post-war atomic age; a new faith in technology and progress perceived to be reflected in the complexity of his written scores and new reliance on machines to realize precise measurements of sub-atomic time and articulation.

Containing only a short text, these pieces ask the performer(s) to use intuition to realize a composition with no written pitches, rhythms, dynamics, or instrumentation; to listen to both inner projections and often the sound production of the ensemble as a whole. Asking the players to “…play a tone for so long until you hear its individual vibrations…” may in essence not be so far removed from the monistic examinations of sine tones and their combinations present in more famous electronic works such as Kontakte or Gesang der Jünglinge.

The Salt Lake Electric Ensemble approached Set Sail For the Sun with significant discussion of just what “pure, gently shimmering fire” would really sound like, and the types of timbres both acoustic and electronic that would permit the ensemble to “listen to the tones of others…and slowly move…until you arrive at complete harmony”.

Recorded live, this music asks the listener to transcend form and analysis, and use a similar inner instinct to navigate the ocean of sound.

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Karlheinz Stockhausen: Set Sail for the Sun CD Quality (16 bit 44.1 KHZ) FLAC Version

Salt Lake Electric Ensemble

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Note: This CD quality digital file in FLAC format (16 bit 44.1KHZ) may require a free software installation to play. VLC media player is one popular option.

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Be aware that the music on this 16 minute recording begins very quietly and gradually becomes loud.

This piece was inspired by Karlheinz Stockhausen's score "Set Sail For the Sun," which comes from his collection titled "From the Seven Days."

It reads:

Play a tone for so long until you hear its individual vibrations hold the tone and listen to the tones of the others -to all of them together, not to individual ones- and slowly move your tone until you arrive at complete harmony and the whole sound turns to gold to pure, gently shimmering fire

Album notes:

The cycle of fifteen pieces that make up "Aus den Sieben Tagen" (1968), including the work on this recording "Setz die Segel zur Sonne" (Set Sail For the Sun), form an interesting contrast to a large number of Karlheinz Stockhausen’s works.

Written in a year of personal and social turbulence (the same year Pink Floyd set the controls for the heart of the sun), it represents for some an immense departure in his oeuvre. For indeed it is the scientific, even pedantic level of detailed notation (however novel many of the new symbols he invented) both in subsequent and earlier works that lead critics to align his music with the post-war atomic age; a new faith in technology and progress perceived to be reflected in the complexity of his written scores and new reliance on machines to realize precise measurements of sub-atomic time and articulation.

Containing only a short text, these pieces ask the performer(s) to use intuition to realize a composition with no written pitches, rhythms, dynamics, or instrumentation; to listen to both inner projections and often the sound production of the ensemble as a whole. Asking the players to “…play a tone for so long until you hear its individual vibrations…” may in essence not be so far removed from the monistic examinations of sine tones and their combinations present in more famous electronic works such as Kontakte or Gesang der Jünglinge.

The Salt Lake Electric Ensemble approached Set Sail For the Sun with significant discussion of just what “pure, gently shimmering fire” would really sound like, and the types of timbres both acoustic and electronic that would permit the ensemble to “listen to the tones of others…and slowly move…until you arrive at complete harmony”.

Recorded live, this music asks the listener to transcend form and analysis, and use a similar inner instinct to navigate the ocean of sound.

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Karlheinz Stockhausen: Set Sail for the Sun High Resolution (24 bit 96 KHZ) FLAC Version

Salt Lake Electric Ensemble

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This music is encoded as a high resolution 24 bit 96 KHZ FLAC file, which may require special hardware and software to play. If you aren't sure you can play this file, please contact us or choose the MP3 version instead.

Be aware that the music on this 16 minute recording begins very quietly and gradually becomes loud.

This piece was inspired by Karlheinz Stockhausen's score "Set Sail For the Sun," which comes from his collection titled "From the Seven Days."

It reads:

Play a tone for so long until you hear its individual vibrations hold the tone and listen to the tones of the others -to all of them together, not to individual ones- and slowly move your tone until you arrive at complete harmony and the whole sound turns to gold to pure, gently shimmering fire

Album notes:

The cycle of fifteen pieces that make up "Aus den Sieben Tagen" (1968), including the work on this recording "Setz die Segel zur Sonne" (Set Sail For the Sun), form an interesting contrast to a large number of Karlheinz Stockhausen’s works.

Written in a year of personal and social turbulence (the same year Pink Floyd set the controls for the heart of the sun), it represents for some an immense departure in his oeuvre. For indeed it is the scientific, even pedantic level of detailed notation (however novel many of the new symbols he invented) both in subsequent and earlier works that lead critics to align his music with the post-war atomic age; a new faith in technology and progress perceived to be reflected in the complexity of his written scores and new reliance on machines to realize precise measurements of sub-atomic time and articulation.

Containing only a short text, these pieces ask the performer(s) to use intuition to realize a composition with no written pitches, rhythms, dynamics, or instrumentation; to listen to both inner projections and often the sound production of the ensemble as a whole. Asking the players to “…play a tone for so long until you hear its individual vibrations…” may in essence not be so far removed from the monistic examinations of sine tones and their combinations present in more famous electronic works such as Kontakte or Gesang der Jünglinge.

The Salt Lake Electric Ensemble approached Set Sail For the Sun with significant discussion of just what “pure, gently shimmering fire” would really sound like, and the types of timbres both acoustic and electronic that would permit the ensemble to “listen to the tones of others…and slowly move…until you arrive at complete harmony”.

Recorded live, this music asks the listener to transcend form and analysis, and use a similar inner instinct to navigate the ocean of sound.

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The Salt Lake Electric Ensemble Perform Terry Riley's In C