episode 225: Treatise, Page 65 with Mark Nagy
I've teamed up with Mark Nagy over the past few weeks. I think we've successfully figured out how to collaborate in the time of quarantine. We've got more coming. I'm very satisfied with the results we're getting. I hope you enjoy this week's recording.
Cornelius Cardew (1936-1981) composed Treatise, between 1963 and 1967. It consists of 193 visual scores that can be played by any combination of instruments and interpreted in any way the performers wish.
Just released on BandCamp: pages 25-50 of Treatise here. Featuring pages 25-33 played as one continuous piece and collaborations with Mark Nagy and Mike Shiflet. All in glorious stereo, uncompressed and fit for your finest speakers or your favorite earbuds.
The recordings of the first 24 pages of Treatise are available here: cardew-treatise-vol-1-pages-1-24 in glorious, uncompressed, hi-res stereo sound. Support this pod; throw in a few bucks, add some Cardew to your playlist.
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