Complete your George Antheil, Henry Brant collection. This is an outstanding record. I bought it for the George Antheil composition and now play it for the Henry Brant composition on Side B. Highly recommended. Reply Notify me Helpful. Marketplace 8 For Sale from €. 2.
By George Antheil - New York Percussion Ensemble & Carlos Suriñach. By Henry Brant - Henry Brant & Chamber Ensemble.
George Antheil: Ballet Mecanique - Henry Brant: Signs & Alarms, Galaxy 2 (1954). Brant: Alto Saxophone Concerto - Glanville-Hicks: 3 Gymnopedie - Rudhyar: Sinfonietta. The Henry Brant Collection, Vol. 3. 2005. Henry Brant: Kingdom Come, Machinations. Gerard Schwarz Performs New Music for Trumpet.
Hurník: Příběhy jedné kapely - Prokofiev: Peter and the Wolf. Symphonic Fairy Tale, Op. 67. The Complete Works For String Quartet. The Music of Yehudi Wyner. McPhee: Premieres: Concerto for Piano, Tabuh-Tabuhan, Symphony No. The Pride and the Passion (Ost). Hovhaness: Saint Vartan Symphony.
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Ballet Mecanique/Signs And Alarms/Galaxy 2. mp. George Antheil (July 8, 1900, Trenton, New Jersey - February 12, 1959, New York City) was an American avant-garde composer, pianist, author and inventor. In 1923 Antheil moved to Paris, where he had the support of many influential friends, among them his idol,, and. His inventions included a patented torpedo guidance system and a broad-spectrum signal transmission system which then was called frequency skipping, co-authored with actress Hedy Lamarr.
George Antheil : Ballet Mecanique Henry Brant : Signs and Alarms, Galaxy 2 (1954). by Carlos Surinach, Henry Brant and The New York Percussion Group Chamber Ensemble. George Antheil: Ballet Mecanique (1925), A Jazz Symphony (1925), Violin Sonata No. 1 (Finale), Violin Sonata No. 2 (1923).
Henry Dreyfuss Brant (September 15, 1913 – April 26, 2008) was a Canadian-born American composer. An expert orchestrator with a flair for experimentation, many of Brant's works featured spatialization techniques. Brant was born in Montreal, to American parents (his father was a violinist), in 1913. Something of a child prodigy, he began composing at the age of eight, and studied first at the McGill Conservatorium (1926–29) and then in New York City (1929–34).