Jubilate - Noah Creshevsky - Hyperrealism (Electroacoustic Music By Noah Creshevsky) (CD, Album)

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  1. Noah Creshevsky is surely one of the more enigmatic and sophisticated modern composers I've heard in quite a long time. Hyperrealism, while staggeringly complex in its structure, possesses an almost fractured and disjointed sense of melodicism/5(2).
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  3. After "Jubilate," which was commissioned and dedicated to Thomas Buckner, Creshevsky ends with "Born Again" that returns to a series of disconcerted pieces of sound. Overall it is a challenging album that dips its musical toe on both sides of the line between genius and insanity.5/
  4. His use of expanded musical palettes arises from an aesthetic of inclusion, guided by an open spirit and an expansive musical sense. This CD, Creshevsky's second release on EM, following the "Tape Music" compilation, gives ample evidence of both his mastery of digital technology and his profound, empathetic musical instincts.
  5. Hyperrealism celebrates bounty, either by the extravagant treatment of limited sound palettes or by assembling and manipulating substantially extended palettes. —Noah Creshevsky Trained in composition by Nadia Boulanger in Paris and Luciano Berio at Juilliard, Noah Creshevsky is the former director of the Center.
  6. Noah Creshevsky (January 31, in Rochester, New York) is an American composer who studied composition with Nadia Boulanger in Conservatoire de musique in Paris and with Luciano Berio at Juilliard school of music in New-York. Creshevsky is the former director of Brooklyn College Center For Computer Music and now Professor Emeritus at Brooklyn College of the City of New York.
  7. After "Jubilate," which was commissioned and dedicated to Thomas Buckner, Creshevsky ends with "Born Again" that returns to a series of disconcerted pieces of sound. Overall it is a challenging album that dips its musical toe on both sides of the line between genius and insanity.
  8. electronic playback (based on music and samples by Noah Creshevsky) T is for Tape. All bad things must come to an end; so in honor of a good friend, Noah Creshevsky, this composition will complete the series that is tainted. Hyperrealism in Music: Excerpts from Electroacoustic Music by Noah Creshevsky () 1. Antipasto () 2.