Михаил Чекалин - Poruganie Pacifica download album
- Album: Poruganie Pacifica
- FLAC: 1232 mb | MP3: 1939 mb
- Released: 2008
- Style: Abstract, Ambient, Dark Ambient, Experimental, New Age
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Михаил Чекалин – Poruganie Pacifica. Label: Mir Records – B001H9MLR8. com, booklet annotation: The DVD presents Poruganie Patsifika, a composition by Moscow composer Mikhail Chekalin, recorded in 2005. is a creation by a Russian composer Mikhail Chekalin whose creative carrier can be traced back to the origines of many a radical and innovative trends in music as well as in such art forms as audio-visual performance as early as the 70s.
Mikhail Chekalin, Михаил Чекалин. Mikhail Chekalin is one of those. Arguably he is the most influential modern composer of the last 35 years in the former USSR, now Russia. Over the span of his career Chekalin has produced some 30+ works that range the sonic spectrum for Post Pop, to free-jazz, electronic, and Post Symphonic. While his music was known to me since the 1980s/ Archie Patterson.
Artist: Mikhail Chekalin. Album: Poruganie Patsiphika. Poruganie Patsiphika: Best 2 songs. Mikhail Chekalin - Poruganie Patsiphika, Pt. 6 01:06.
Mikhail Chekalin Concerto Grossso No. 1. MIKHAIL CHEKALIN. Poruganie Patsiphika. Golden Years of the Soviet New Jazz, Vol. 2.
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Для отечественной электроники Михаил Чекалин является не только важнейшим персонажем, повлиявшим на становление и развитие сцены, но и своего рода фигурой символической. На Западе его музыкой восхищались многие - от журналистов и критиков всех сортов до Фрэнка Заппы и Карлхайнца Штокхаузена. В родной же Москве имя Чекалина было долгое время изъято из официальной культурной повестки - его обвиняли в пропаганде чужой прозападной эстетики, вплоть до конца 1980-х не давали издавать свои произведения и блокировали выезд за границу. where can i listen to this album? Posted 3 months ago 3 months ago. Reply.
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PORUGANIE PATSIPHICA is a work of dramatic themes filled with powerful instrumental arrangements and deeply intense, emotional themes. You listen, are swept up in the music, carried along on a listening journey that in the end leaves you breathless, shaking your head in amazement at the sounds you have encountered along the way. This first part of the trilogy is definitely heavy stuff, featuring a compositional sensibility that is overflowing with ideas and energy. It is not background music, but instead requires a good listen as there's a lot happening on many different levels
NotesA. Patterson/Eurock.com, booklet annotation:
The DVD presents “Poruganie Patsifika”, a composition by Moscow composer Mikhail Chekalin, recorded in 2005.
"is a creation by a Russian composer Mikhail Chekalin whose creative carrier can be traced back to the origines of many a radical and innovative trends in music as well as in such art forms as audio-visual performance as early as the 70s.
The film imagery is based on the paintings of well-known Moscow artists, the names which are well-established within the world-wide context as founders of Soviet unofficial art of late 60s – 80s of the 20th century. There are leaders of the famous “Twenty” (20 Moscow Artists at Malaya Gruzinskaya Street), first of all, the unfailing participant of whose annual exhibitions during the 80s M. Chekalin used to be.
There are also works of some artists from the previous period of late 60s – early 70s, leaders of the legendary “Bulldozer Exhibition”, “Lyanozovo Group” and some others, deemed cult figures for the 80s, without whom there couldn’t be any talk about the Art History of Russia of the 20th ‘s century last quarter nowadays. Those are the artists who used the complex vocabulary of the actual modern art talking to their contemporary, the vocavulaty banned and all but lost in the USSR since the 20s.
The film presents paintings-works by Alexander Kurkin, Anatoly Zverev, Alexander Kharitonov, Boris Sveshnikov, Vitaly Linitsky, Vitaly Skobelev, Vladimir Nemukhin, Vladimir Petrov-Gladky, Vladimir Pyatnitsky, Vladimir Yakovlev, Vladimir Yankilevsky, Vyacheslav Kalinin, Danil Zhirov, Dmitry Gordeyev, Dmitry Krasnopevtsev, Eugeny Kropivnitsky, Eugeny Polivanov, Konstantin Khudyakov, Nikolas Vetchtomov, Oskar Rabin, Serguej Blese, Serguej Sharov, Tamara Glytneva, Eduard Steinberg, Yury Mironov.