May 29 to June 18 - complete access - for FREE.
AMERICAN SUBLIME focuses on a narrow chapter of American new music's vibrant history. In order to provide a more complete picture of both Feldman's work and the work of his contemporaries, we have partnered with the great people at DRAM to bring you free access to an amazing collection of recordings.
DRAM is an online resource providing on-demand, high-quality streaming access to over 8,000 essential recordings and their liner notes, album art, and other related collateral material. Designed primarily for use in an academic environment, DRAM facilitates the use of music in research for students and faculty of subscribing institutions and gives scholarship philosophical priority in its approach to both collection development and intellectual property.
Primary content in DRAM is drawn from 27 unique labels and archives, with a curatorial emphasis on contemporary art music. The collection includes a number of recorded works from the Early, Middle and Late periods of Morton Feldman’s career, including many produced during his lifetime and several in which he participated directly, either in a supervisory capacity (with primary collaborators such as David Tudor) or as a performer. More recent productions feature today's leading Feldman interpreters.
In addition to offering single-source access to the most comprehensive online catalog of Feldman’s work, DRAM also incorporates a wide selection of recordings that represent his musical zeitgeist—from contemporaneous colleagues such as fellow “New York School” composers John Cage, Earle Brown and Christian Wolff to following generations of musicians that have felt the influence of the “Feldman Touch.”
Visit www.dramonline.org to browse the collection..
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