Podcast : Music By Patrick Moraz & Terry Riley [reblog]

A brilliant podcast by Oannes on the occasion of Patrick Moraz & Terry Riley birthdays.

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Τι συνδέει τον ιδιοφυή πρωτοπόρο του μινιμαλισμού, πιανίστα, οργανίστα και σαξοφωνίστα Terry Riley με τον Patrick Moraz, τον βιρτουόζο των keyboards που έγινε ευρύτερα γνωστός με τη συμμετοχή του στο άλμπουμ των Yes, Relayer [1974] πριν γίνει μέλος των Moody Blues;
Έχουν και οι δυο γεννηθεί σαν σήμερα: ο πρώτος το 1935 στο Colfax της Καλιφόρνια, ο δεύτερος το 1948 στο Villars-Sainte-Croix της Ελβετίας.
Ακούμε ενα podcast με κομμάτια των δυο μουσικών.

What’s the connection between the genius minimalist pioneer, pianist, organist and saxophonist Terry Riley, and Patrick Moraz, the virtuoso keyboard player who became widely known for his participation in the album of Yes, Relayer [1974], before joining the Moody Blues?
Both of them were born on this date: the first in 1935 in Colfax, California, the second in 1948 in Villars-Sainte-Croix, Switzerland.
We hear a podcast with tracks by the two musicians.


00:00 PATRICK MORAZ: Prelude in A min. [ESP, 2003] 4:49 PATRICK MORAZ: Metamorphoses, II & III [Future Memories I & II, 1985] 16:32 TERRY RILEY: Lifespan: I. G Song [Les Yeux Fermés, Lifespan, 2007] 19:39 TERRY RILEY: The Heaven Ladder, Book 7: II. Venus in ’94 [Piano Music of John Adams & Terry Riley – Gloria Cheng, 1998] 23:35 TERRY RILEY: Jaipur Local [No Man’s Land, 1985] 30:05 PATRICK MORAZ: Etude in Bb [ESP, 2003]



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  1. I’m off to listen to Oannes podcast. I’m still having commenting issues. Please let him know, as it’s one of my fave blogs to comment on!

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