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Bruce Brubaker|Time Curve: Music for Piano by Philip Glass and William Duckworth

Time Curve: Music for Piano by Philip Glass and William Duckworth

Bruce Brubaker

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This very appealing disc of post-minimal solo piano music, played by Bruce Brubaker, includes two multi-movements works by William Duckworth and Philip Glass. Composer and music critic Kyle Gann describes Duckworth's The Time Curve Preludes (1977-1978), which use repetitive structures, an essentially tonal harmonic language, and a limited amount of musical material, as the first examples of post-minimal music, because of their brevity, which runs counter to the element of minimalism in which musical changes unfold very slowly over a long time span. The preludes are in two books of 12 movements each, and Brubaker plays the first book. Although they rarely involve exact repetition, each prelude takes a musical idea and examines it from a variety of subtly shifting perspectives. The preludes generally have limited harmonic movement and are frequently built on drones, so they tend to create a sense of stasis and equilibrium, sometimes quietly meditative and sometimes busy. Duckworth's quirky hallmark mixture of major and minor modes is evident in many of the preludes. The harmonic movement and gestures of Glass' Six Etudes for Piano, from 1994, make the pieces immediately recognizable as his work. The movements of the suite have widely varied moods, from the gently ecstatic to the frenetic. Brubaker has long been an advocate for American piano music of this era, and he plays with consummate understanding and sensitive attention to the details of the music's structure. Arabesque's sound quality is warm and present.
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Six Etudes for Piano (Philip Glass)

1
Six Etudes for Piano (q = 168)
00:04:16

Philip Glass, Composer - Bruce Brubaker, MainArtist

(C) 2009 Arabesque Recordings (P) 2009 Arabesque Recordings

2
Six Etudes for Piano (q = 108)
00:06:51

Philip Glass, Composer - Bruce Brubaker, MainArtist

(C) 2009 Arabesque Recordings (P) 2009 Arabesque Recordings

3
Six Etudes for Piano (q = 132)
00:04:27

Philip Glass, Composer - Bruce Brubaker, MainArtist

(C) 2009 Arabesque Recordings (P) 2009 Arabesque Recordings

4
Six Etudes for Piano (q = 104)
00:03:48

Philip Glass, Composer - Bruce Brubaker, MainArtist

(C) 2009 Arabesque Recordings (P) 2009 Arabesque Recordings

5
Six Etudes for Piano (q = 96)
00:04:48

Philip Glass, Composer - Bruce Brubaker, MainArtist

(C) 2009 Arabesque Recordings (P) 2009 Arabesque Recordings

6
Six Etudes for Piano (q = 176)
00:06:51

Philip Glass, Composer - Bruce Brubaker, MainArtist

(C) 2009 Arabesque Recordings (P) 2009 Arabesque Recordings

The Time Curve Preludes, Book I (William Duckworth)

7
The Time Curve Preludes, Book I (q = 104)
00:03:17

Bruce Brubaker, MainArtist - William Duckworth, Composer

(C) 2009 Arabesque Recordings (P) 2009 Arabesque Recordings

8
The Time Curve Preludes, Book I: II (q = 104)
00:02:04

Bruce Brubaker, MainArtist - William Duckworth, Composer

(C) 2009 Arabesque Recordings (P) 2009 Arabesque Recordings

9
The Time Curve Preludes, Book I: III (q = 126)
00:01:54

Bruce Brubaker, MainArtist - William Duckworth, Composer

(C) 2009 Arabesque Recordings (P) 2009 Arabesque Recordings

10
The Time Curve Preludes, Book I: IV (q = 132)
00:02:19

Bruce Brubaker, MainArtist - William Duckworth, Composer

(C) 2009 Arabesque Recordings (P) 2009 Arabesque Recordings

11
The Time Curve Preludes, Book I (q = 132)
00:02:24

Bruce Brubaker, MainArtist - William Duckworth, Composer

(C) 2009 Arabesque Recordings (P) 2009 Arabesque Recordings

12
The Time Curve Preludes, Book I: VI (q = 104)
00:05:12

Bruce Brubaker, MainArtist - William Duckworth, Composer

(C) 2009 Arabesque Recordings (P) 2009 Arabesque Recordings

13
The Time Curve Preludes, Book I: VII (q = 72)
00:02:43

Bruce Brubaker, MainArtist - William Duckworth, Composer

(C) 2009 Arabesque Recordings (P) 2009 Arabesque Recordings

14
The Time Curve Preludes, Book I: VIII (q = 76)
00:02:50

Bruce Brubaker, MainArtist - William Duckworth, Composer

(C) 2009 Arabesque Recordings (P) 2009 Arabesque Recordings

15
The Time Curve Preludes, Book I: IX (q = 96)
00:02:51

Bruce Brubaker, MainArtist - William Duckworth, Composer

(C) 2009 Arabesque Recordings (P) 2009 Arabesque Recordings

16
The Time Curve Preludes, Book I (q = 192)
00:02:25

Bruce Brubaker, MainArtist - William Duckworth, Composer

(C) 2009 Arabesque Recordings (P) 2009 Arabesque Recordings

17
The Time Curve Preludes, Book I: XI (q = 80 - Freely, with great rubato)
00:06:51

Bruce Brubaker, MainArtist - William Duckworth, Composer

(C) 2009 Arabesque Recordings (P) 2009 Arabesque Recordings

18
The Time Curve Preludes, Book I: XII (q = 124)
00:04:54

Bruce Brubaker, MainArtist - William Duckworth, Composer

(C) 2009 Arabesque Recordings (P) 2009 Arabesque Recordings

Descriptif de l'album

This very appealing disc of post-minimal solo piano music, played by Bruce Brubaker, includes two multi-movements works by William Duckworth and Philip Glass. Composer and music critic Kyle Gann describes Duckworth's The Time Curve Preludes (1977-1978), which use repetitive structures, an essentially tonal harmonic language, and a limited amount of musical material, as the first examples of post-minimal music, because of their brevity, which runs counter to the element of minimalism in which musical changes unfold very slowly over a long time span. The preludes are in two books of 12 movements each, and Brubaker plays the first book. Although they rarely involve exact repetition, each prelude takes a musical idea and examines it from a variety of subtly shifting perspectives. The preludes generally have limited harmonic movement and are frequently built on drones, so they tend to create a sense of stasis and equilibrium, sometimes quietly meditative and sometimes busy. Duckworth's quirky hallmark mixture of major and minor modes is evident in many of the preludes. The harmonic movement and gestures of Glass' Six Etudes for Piano, from 1994, make the pieces immediately recognizable as his work. The movements of the suite have widely varied moods, from the gently ecstatic to the frenetic. Brubaker has long been an advocate for American piano music of this era, and he plays with consummate understanding and sensitive attention to the details of the music's structure. Arabesque's sound quality is warm and present.
© TiVo

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