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Harry Partch - The Dreamer That Remains: A Portrait Of Harry Partch (VHS)

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Label: New Dimension Media, Inc. - none • Format: VHS NTSC • Country: US • Genre: Electronic, Classical • Style: Modern Classical, Modern, Experimental


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3 thoughts on “ Harry Partch - The Dreamer That Remains: A Portrait Of Harry Partch (VHS)

  1. Braramar
    Ultimately, Partch’s immersion in the European tradition took him all the way back to the earliest cave paintings, and the tradition, commonplace in the West through the Middle Ages, of atavistic anonymity.  Ironically, while being filmed for a portrait of the artist called The Dreamer that Remains, Partch .
  2. Kajigar
    May 09,  · No one lives up to the American Maverick sobriquet better than Harry Partch (–), whose hand-built instruments and tone scale will be on display once again at this year’s Harry Partch Festival on May 11–13 at the University of Washington.. But as much as we admire the uniqueness and audacity of Partch’s career (see Harry Partch: Celebrating a Musical Maverick and .
  3. Yogul
    The American composer Harry Partch (–) composed in tunings not available on conventional Western instruments. His music emphasized monophony and corporeality, in contrast to the abstract, polyphonic music prevalent at the time. His earliest compositions were small-scale pieces to be intoned to instrumental backing; his later works were large-scale, integrated theater productions in.

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