Steve Reich / Proverb for voices and ensemble (1995)

Stephen Michael “Steve” Reich nació el 3 de octubre de 1936 en New York, EEUU.

Obras: Soundtrack for The Plastic Haircut, tape (1963), Music for two or more pianos (1964), Livelihood (1964), It’s Gonna Rain, tape (1965), Soundtrack for Oh Dem Watermelons, tape (1965), Come Out, tape (1966), Melodica, for melodica and tape (1966), Reed Phase, for soprano saxophone and tape (1966), Piano Phase for two pianos, or two marimbas (1967), Slow Motion Sound concept piece (1967), Violin Phase for violin and tape or four violins (1967), My Name Is for three tape recorders and performers (1967), Pendulum Music for 3 or 4 microphones, amplifiers and loudspeakers (1968) (revised 1973), Four Organs for four electric organs and maracas (1970), Phase Patterns for four electric organs (1970), Drumming for 4 pairs of tuned bongo drums, 3 marimbas, 3 glockenspiels, 2 female voices, whistling and piccolo (1970/1971), Clapping Music for two musicians clapping (1972), Music for Pieces of Wood for five pairs of tuned claves (1973), Six Pianos (1973, transcribed as Six Marimbas (1986), Music for Mallet Instruments, Voices and Organ (1973), Music for 18 Musicians (1974–76), Music for a Large Ensemble (1978), Octet (1979, withdrawn in favor of the 1983 revision for slightly larger ensemble, Eight Lines), Variations for Winds, Strings and Keyboards for orchestra (1979), Tehillim for voices and ensemble (1981), Vermont Counterpoint for amplified flute and tape (1982), The Desert Music for chorus and orchestra or voices and ensemble (1983, text by William Carlos Williams), Sextet for percussion and keyboards (1984), New York Counterpoint for amplified clarinet and tape, or 11 clarinets and bass clarinet (1985), Three Movements for orchestra (1986), Electric Counterpoint for electric guitar or amplified acoustic guitar and tape (1987, for Pat Metheny), The Four Sections for orchestra (1987), Different Trains for string quartet and tape (1988), The Cave for four voices, ensemble and video (1993, with Beryl Korot), Duet for two violins and string ensemble (1993), Nagoya Marimbas for two marimbas (1994), City Life for amplified ensemble (1995), Proverb for voices and ensemble (1995, text by Ludwig Wittgenstein), Triple Quartet for amplified string quartet (with prerecorded tape), or three string quartets, or string orchestra (1998), Know What Is Above You for four women’s voices and 2 tamborims (1999), Three Tales for video projection, five voices and ensemble (1998–2002, with Beryl Korot), Dance Patterns for 2 xylophones, 2 vibraphones and 2 pianos (2002), Cello Counterpoint for amplified cello and multichannel tape (2003), You Are (Variations) for voices and ensemble (2004), For Strings (with Winds and Brass) for orchestra (1987/2004), Variations for Vibes, Pianos, and Strings dance piece for three string quartets, four vibraphones, and two pianos (2005), Daniel Variations for four voices and ensemble (2006), Double Sextet for 2 violins, 2 cellos, 2 pianos, 2 vibraphones, 2 clarinets, 2 flutes or ensemble and pre-recorded tape (2007), 2×5 for 2 drum sets, 2 pianos, 4 electric guitars and 2 bass guitars (2008), Mallet Quartet for 2 marimbas and 2 vibraphones or 4 marimbas (or solo percussion and tape) (2009), WTC 9/11 for String Quartet and Tape (2010).

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