Martin Bresnick's 2005 album My twentieth century is a collection of five highly varied chamber pieces composed in what may be described as a "soft" modernist style, . one informed by some techniques of post-serialism but mellowed by minimalism and neo-Romanticism
Martin Bresnick (born 1946) is a composer of contemporary classical music, film scores and experimental music. Bresnick was born and raised in the Bronx, and is a graduate of New York City's specialized High School of Music and Art. He was educated at the University of Hartford (. 67), Stanford University (. 72), and the Akademie für Musik, Vienna ('69-'70), and studied composition with John Chowning, Gyorgy Ligeti and Gottfried von Einem.
Album: Martin Bresnick: My Twentieth Century. Martin Bresnick: My Twentieth Century: Best 2 songs. Maya Beiser, Steven Schick - Songs Of The Mouse People: V. Laughter Stops (When We See Josephine) 01:15. Maya Beiser, Steven Schick - Songs Of The Mouse People: I. Common Squeaking (Made Apparent By Its Delicacy) 00:58
Bresnick, Martin (. 946). Bresnick: Fantasia on a Theme by Willie Dixon. Bresnick: My Twentieth Century. Bresnick: Songs of the Mouse People. Bresnick: Tent of Miracles.
Songs Of The Mouse People: A Thousand Shoulders Tremble (Under A Burden Actually Meant For One). Songs Of The Mouse People: Laughter Stops (When We See Josephine). 10. –Povera Players, Martin Bresnick. Fantasia On A Theme By Willie Dixon. Bass Clarinet – Meighan StoopsComposed By – Martin BresnickDrums – John FerrariGuitar – Mark Stewart (4)Instruments – Povera PlayersKeyboards – Marija IlicPiano – Lisa MooreVibraphone – Jason TreutingViolin – Jeanine Wyton.
The duration of song is 05:20. This song is sung by Robert Van Sice. Last played Thursday, March 23 2017 at 04:13 PM. Martin Bresnick. Neil B. Rolnick, Yamaha TX816 MIDI rack. Prayers Remain Forever (Live from New Music New Haven on November 20, 2014).
Martin Bresnick (born 1946) is a composer of contemporary classical music, film scores and experimental music. As a professor at Yale, he has been a widely influential teacher of contemporary composition. In 2006, he was elected to the membership of the American Academy of Arts and Letters, an organization that bestowed their first Charles Ives Living Award on him in 1998.
By moving into the Amalgamated Clothing Workers unit the Bresnicks would join a community which, according to the exhibition catalogue, took for granted cooperatively owned and operated.