Morton Feldman

Morton Feldman was an American composer.
A major figure in 20th-century music, Feldman was a pioneer of indeterminate music, a development associated with the experimental New York School of composers also including John Cage, Christian Wolff, and Earle Brown. Feldman's works are characterized by notational innovations that he developed to create his characteristic sound: rhythms that seem to be free and floating; pitch shadings that seem softly unfocused; a generally quiet and slowly evolving music; recurring asymmetric patterns. His later works, after 1977, also begin to explore extremes of duration.

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3 Voices: (A Non Accented Legato)Feldman, M.: 3 Voices2:15
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Slow Waltz And EndingThree Voices For Joan La Barbara6:20
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Last pieces for pianoLast Pieces3:54
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Motet: Proch DolorDinastia Borja - The Borgia Dynasty3:49
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LegatoThree Voices For Joan La Barbara11:47
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Rothko Chapel 4Rothko Chapel4:38
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3 Voices: (Snow Falls)Feldman, M.: 3 Voices1:16
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Why Patterns?Rothko Chapel29:29
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(Legato)Feldman, M.: 3 Voices2:24
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3 Voices: (First Words)Feldman, M.: 3 Voices5:26
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