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Music: Morton Feldman - Projection IV (1951) - Complete list of compositions by MF









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 Morton Feldman - Projection IV (1951)


One of the early graph pieces (pictured) for violin and piano, where details of timbre and range are specified but the notes themselves are indeterminate.



This article presents a complete list of compositions by American composer Morton Feldman, organized by instrumentation. There are about 184 compositions in total.[clarification needed] Within each category, the works are arranged chronologically by year of composition. Note that works for piano solo (or, for example, cello solo) are in the solo instrumental category, however, works for 2 or more pianos (2 or more cellos, etc.) are in the chamber category.

Many pieces by Feldman are titled after the instruments used: for example, Two Pieces for Clarinet and String Quartet is scored precisely for clarinet and string quartet. In cases like this, instrumentation is not given separately. Works with titles in square brackets are unpublished works, left untitled by the composer; these are commonly referred to using the generic title "Composition" (with the exception of a few early works).

Orchestral

    Dirge: In Memory of Thomas Wolfe (194?)
    Jubilee (1943)
    Night, for string orchestra (1943)
    [Composition], for string orchestra (1945)
    Episode (1949)
    Intersection 1, for large orchestra (1951)
    Marginal Intersection, for large orchestra (with oscillator/tape) (1951)
    Out of 'Last Pieces' (1961)
    Structures for Orchestra (1962)
    In Search of an Orchestration (1967)
    On Time and the Instrumental Factor (1969)
    String Quartet and Orchestra (1973)
    Orchestra (1976)
    The Turfan Fragments (1980)
    Coptic Light (1985)

For solo instrument and orchestra

    The Viola in My Life IV, for viola and orchestra (1971)
    Cello and Orchestra (1972)
    Piano and Orchestra (1975)
    Oboe and Orchestra (1976)
    Flute and Orchestra (1978)
    Violin and Orchestra (1979)

Vocal

    Chorus and Orchestra 1, for soprano, choir, and orchestra (1971)
    Chorus and Orchestra 2 (1972)
    Voice and Instruments, for soprano and orchestra (1972)
    Elemental Procedures, for soprano, choir, and orchestra (1976)
    Neither (Opera in One Act), for soprano and orchestra (1977)

Stage works

    Ixion (ballet), for chamber ensemble (1958; second version for two pianos, 1960)
    Neither (Opera in One Act), for soprano and orchestra (1977)
    Samuel Beckett, Words and Music, for 2 flutes, vibraphone, piano, violin, viola, and cello (1987)

Chamber

    [Composition], for horn, celesta and string quartet (19??)
    [Sonata], for violin and piano (1945)
    [Sonatina], for cello and piano (1946)
    Two Pieces, for cello and piano (1948)
    [Composition], for cello and 2 pianos (1950)
    Piece for Violin and Piano (1950)
    Projection 2, for flute, trumpet, piano, violin and cello (1951)
    Projection 3, for 2 pianos (1951)
    Projection 4, for violin and piano (1951)
    Projection 5, for 3 flutes, trumpet, 2 pianos and 3 cellos (1951)
    Structures, for string quartet (1951)
    [Composition], for cello and piano (1951)
    Music for the Film "Jackson Pollock", for 2 cellos (1951)
    Extensions 1, for violin and piano (1951)
    Extensions 4, for 3 pianos (1953)
    Extensions 5, for 2 cellos (1953)
    Intermission 6, for 1 or 2 pianos (1953)
    Eleven Instruments, for chamber ensemble (1953)
    Music for the Film "Sculpture by Lipton" (1954)
    [Composition], for flute, bass clarinet, bassoon, horn, trumpet, piano and cello (1954)
    Two Pieces for Two Pianos (1954)
    Three Pieces for String Quartet (1956)
    Two Pieces for Six Instruments, for flute, alto flute, horn, trumpet, violin and cello (1956)
    Piece for 4 Pianos (1957)
    Two Pianos (1957)
    Work for Two Pianists, for 2 pianos (1958)
    Two Instruments, for horn and cello (1958)
    Atlantis, for chamber ensemble (1959)
    Arrangement of Tu Pauperum Refugium by Josquin des Prez, for chamber ensemble (1960)
    Something Wild in the City: Mary Ann's Theme, for horn, celesta and string quartet (1960)
    Montage 2 on the Theme of "Something Wild", for jazz ensemble (1960)
    Montage 3 on the Theme of "Something Wild", for jazz ensemble (1960)
    Untitled Film Music, for flute, horn, trumpet, trombone, tuba, percussion, and double bass (1960)
    The Sin of Jesus (Score for Untitled Film), for flute, horn, trumpet, and cello (1960)
    Durations 1, for alto flute, piano, violin, and cello (1960)
    Durations 2, for cello and piano (1960)
    Piece for Seven Instruments, for flute, alto flute, trumpet, horn, trombone, violin, and cello (1960)
    Durations 3, for violin, tuba, and piano (1961)
    Durations 4, for vibraphone, violin, and cello (1961)
    Two Pieces for Clarinet and String Quartet (1961)
    Durations 5, for horn, vibraphone, harp, piano or celesta, violin, and cello (1961)
    The Straits of Magellan, flute, horn, trumpet, harp, electric guitar, piano, and double bass (1961)
    Merce, for percussion and piano or celesta (1963)
    [Composition], for percussion and celesta (1963)
    De Kooning, for horn, percussion, piano, violin, and cello (1963)
    Vertical Thoughts 1, for 2 pianos (1963)
    Vertical Thoughts 2, for violin and piano (1963)
    The King of Denmark, for percussion (1964)
    Numbers, for chamber ensemble (1964)
    Four Instruments, for chimes, piano, violin and cello (1965)
    Two Pieces for Three Pianos (1966)
    First Principles, for chamber ensemble (1967)
    False Relationships and the Extended Ending, for trombone, 3 pianos, chimes, violin and cello (1968)
    Samoa, for flute, horn, trumpet, trombone, harp, vibraphone, piano, and cello (1968)
    Between Categories, for 2 pianos, 2 chimes, 2 violins, and 2 cellos (1969)
    Madame Press Died Last Week at Ninety, for chamber ensemble (1970)
    The Viola in My Life 1, for viola, flute, percussion, piano, violin, and cello (1970)
    The Viola in My Life 2, for viola, flute, clarinet, percussion, celesta, violin, and cello (1970)
    The Viola in My Life 3, for viola and piano (1970)
    Three Clarinets, Cello and Piano (1971)
    Five Pianos (1972)
    Trio for Flutes, for three flutes (1972)
    Half a Minute It's All I've Time For, for clarinet, trombone, piano, and cello (1972)
    For Stockhausen, Cage, Stravinsky and Mary Sprinson, for cello and piano (1972)
    For Frank O'Hara, for flute, clarinet, percussion, piano, violin, and cello (1973)
    Instruments 1, for alto flute, oboe, trombone, percussion, and celesta (1974)
    Instruments 2, for chamber ensemble (1975)
    Four Instruments, for piano, violin, viola, and cello (1975)
    Routine Investigations, for oboe, trumpet, piano, viola, cello, and double-bass (1976)
    Instruments 3, for flute, oboe, and percussion (1977)
    Spring of Chosroes, for violin and piano (1977)
    Why Patterns?, for flute, percussion and piano (1978)
    String Quartet (1979)
    Trio, for violin, cello, and piano (1980)
    Patterns in a Chromatic Field/Untitled Composition For Cello And Piano, for cello and piano (1981)
    Bass Clarinet and Percussion, for bass clarinet, cymbals and gongs (1981)
    For John Cage, for violin and piano (1982)
    Crippled Symmetry, for flute, percussion and piano (1983)
    String Quartet II (1983)
    Clarinet and String Quartet (1983)
    For Philip Guston, for flute, percussion, and piano/celesta (1984)
    Violin and String Quartet (1985)
    Piano and String Quartet (1985)
    For Christian Wolff, for flute and piano/celesta (1986)
    Samuel Beckett, Words and Music, for 2 flutes, vibraphone, piano, violin, viola, and cello (1987)
    For Samuel Beckett, for 23 instruments (1987)
    Piano, Violin, Viola, Cello (1987)

Chamber & vocals

    I Loved You Once, for voice and string quartet (194?)
    Journey to the End of the Night, for soprano, flute, clarinet, bass clarinet, and bassoon (1947)
    Lost Love, for voice and piano (1949)
    Four Songs to e. e. cummings, for soprano, piano, and cello (1951)
    Three Ghostlike Songs and Interlude, for voice, trombone, piano, and viola (1951)
    Wind, for voice and piano (1950)
    The Swallows of Salangan, for choir and chamber ensemble (1960)
    Intervals, for bass-baritone, trombone, percussion, vibraphone, and cello (1961)
    Followe Thy Faire Sunne, for voice and tubular bells (1962)
    For Franz Kline, for soprano, horn, chimes, piano, violin, and cello (1962)
    The O'Hara Songs, for bass-baritone, chimes, piano, violin, viola, and cello (1962)
    Vertical Thoughts 3, for soprano and chamber ensemble (1963)
    Vertical Thoughts 5, for soprano, tuba, percussion, celesta, and violin (1963)
    Rabbi Akiba, for soprano and chamber ensemble (1963)
    Chorus and Instruments, for choir and chamber ensemble (1963)
    Chorus and Instruments II, for choir, tuba and chimes (1967)
    [Composition], for voice, clarinet, cello and double bass (1970)
    Rothko Chapel, for soprano, alto, choir, percussion, celesta and viola (1970)
    I Met Heine on the Rue Fürstenberg, for female voice and chamber ensemble (1971)
    Pianos and Voices, for 5 sopranos and 5 pianos (1972)
    Voices and Instruments, for chamber ensemble and chorus (1972)
    Voices and Instruments 2, for 3 voices, flute, 2 cellos and double bass (1972)
    Voices and Cello, for 2 female voices and cello (1973)
    Voice and Instruments 2, for female voice, clarinet, cello and double bass (1974)
    Voice, Violin and Piano, for female voice, violin, and piano (1976)
    Arrangement of Weill/Brecht Alabama Song, for bass, voice ad lib, 2 saxophones, trumpet, trombone, marimba, and piano (1984)
    For Stefan Wolpe, for choir and 2 vibraphones (1986)

Solo instrumental
Piano

    [Composition] (194?)
    First Piano Sonata [(To Bela Bartok)] (1943)
    Preludio (1944)
    Self Portrait (1945)
    Illusions (1948)
    For Cynthia (195?)
    Three Dances (1950)
    Two Intermissions (1950)
    Nature Pieces (1951)
    Intermission 3 (1951)
    Variations (1951)
    Intersection 2 (1951)
    Intermission 4 (1952)
    Intermission 5 (1952)
    Extensions 3 (1952)
    Piano Piece 1952 (1952)
    Intersection + (1953)
    Intersection 3 (1953)
    Intermission 6 (1953; for one or two pianos)
    Three Pieces for Piano (1954)
    Piano Piece 1955 (1955)
    Piano Piece 1956 A (1956)
    Piano Piece 1956 B (1956)
    Piano Three Hands (1957)
    Piano Four Hands (1958)
    Last Pieces (1959)
    Piano Piece (to Philip Guston) (1963)
    Vertical Thoughts 4 (1963)
    Piano Piece 1964 (1964)
    Piano (1977)
    Triadic Memories (1981)
    For Bunita Marcus (1985)
    Palais de Mari (1986)

Other instruments

    Projection 1, for cello (1950)
    Intersection 4, for cello (1953)
    The Possibility of a New Work for Electric Guitar (1966) (original score lost, broadcast recording found) [1]
    Principal Sound, for organ (1980)
    For Aaron Copland, for violin (1981)
    [Composition], for violin (1984)
    A Very Short Trumpet Piece, for trumpet (1986)

solo vocal pieces

    Only, for solo voice (1947)
    Christian Wolff in Cambridge, for chorus a cappella (1963)
    Three Voices, for soprano (two pre-recorded parts and one live), or 3 sopranos (1982)

Electronic

    Intersection for Magnetic Tape, for 8-track tape (1953)

References

    Claren, Sebastian. 2000. Neither. Die Musik Morton Feldmans. Hofheim: Wolke Verlag.




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NASA: Chile - Nevados de Chillán - 18.07.13




Nevados de Chillán, Chile
acquired June 11, 2013 download large image (561 KB, JPEG, 1440x960) 
 
This photograph by an astronaut on the International Space Station highlights the Nevados de Chillán, a large volcanic area near the Chile-Argentina border. In this image, north is to the lower right.

Like other historically active volcanoes in the central Andes, the Nevados de Chillán were created by upwelling magma generated by eastward subduction, as the dense oceanic crust of the Pacific basin dove beneath the less dense continental crust of South America. The rising magmas associated with this type of tectonic environment frequently erupt explosively, forming widespread ash and ignimbrite layers. They can also produce less explosive eruptions, with voluminous lava flows that layer together with explosively erupted deposits to build the classic cone-shaped edifice of a stratovolcano.

The Nevados de Chillán includes three distinct volcanic structures built within three overlapping calderas. The snow-capped volcanic complex sits within the glaciated terrain of the central Andes. Glacial valleys are visible at image upper left, upper right, and lower right. The northwestern end of the chain is occupied by the 3,212 meter (10,538 foot) high Cerro Blanco, also known as Volcán Nevado. The 3,089 meter (10,134 foot) high Volcán Viejo (also known as Volcán Chillan) sits at the southeastern end; this volcano was active during the 17th to 19th centuries. A group of lava domes known as Volcán Nuevo formed to the northwest of Volcán Viejo between 1906 and 1945, followed by an even younger dome complex, Volcán Arrau, that formed between 1973 and 1986 (Volcán Arrau is not shown in the image).

The last reported volcanic activity at Nevados de Chillán took place in 2009, according to the Smithsonian Institution’s Global Volcanism Network. Volcanic activity reports are currently available (in Spanish) from the Servicio Nacional de Geología y Minería of Chile.
Astronaut photograph ISS036-E-7165 was acquired on June 11, 2013, with a Nikon D3S digital camera using a 400 millimeter lens, and is provided by the ISS Crew Earth Observations experiment and Image Science & Analysis Laboratory, Johnson Space Center. The image was taken by the Expedition 36 crew. It has been cropped and enhanced to improve contrast, and lens artifacts have been removed. The International Space Station Program supports the laboratory as part of the ISS National Lab to help astronauts take pictures of Earth that will be of the greatest value to scientists and the public, and to make those images freely available on the Internet. Additional images taken by astronauts and cosmonauts can be viewed at the NASA/JSC Gateway to Astronaut Photography of Earth. Caption by William L. Stefanov, Jacobs/JETS at NASA-JSC.
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NASA: Chile - Nevados de Chillán - 18.07.13





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Poesia: Leopoldo Lugones - Amor Eterno - Ausencia - Balada del fino amor - Links



Amor eterno

Deja caer las rosas y los días
una vez más, segura de mi huerto.
Aún hay rosas en él, y ellas, por cierto,
mejor perfuman cuando son tardías.
Al deshojarse en tus melancolías,
cuando parezca más desnudo y yerto,
ha de guardarte bajo su oro muerto
violetas más nobles y sombrías.
No temas al otoño, si ha venido.
Aunque caiga la flor, queda la rama.
La rama queda para hacer el nido.
Y como ahora al florecer se inflama,
leño seco, a tus plantas encendido,
ardientes rosas te echará en la llama.



 Ausencia

                                                               Leopoldo a su Aglaura

Todo, amada, en tu ausencia siempre larga te llora:
El silencio y la estrella, la sombra y la canción,
Lo que duda en la dicha, la que en la duda implora.
Y luego... este profundo sangrar del corazón.

Como no ha de llorarte todo lo que es hermoso
Y todo cuanto es triste porque es capaz de amar,
Si tu ausencia ¡tan larga! se parece al reposo
De la luna suicida que se ahoga en el mar.

Con tu ausencia anochecen la alegría y la aurora.
La esperanza es angustia, sinsabor el placer.
Y hasta en la misma perla del rocío te llora
Lo que tiene de lágrima toda gota al caer.




 Balada del fino amor
                                                           "Voi che sapete ragionar d'amore,
                                                                      udite la ballata mia pietosa".
                                                                                                                     Dante

Bajo el remoto azul de un cielo en calma,
y al susurrar de la alameda umbría,
para tu elogio he de contar un día
cómo fue que el amor nos llegó al alma.
Cómo fue...¿Pero acaso, no es sabido
el modo de venir que tiene el ave,
cuando recobra, peregrina y suave,
la solitaria intimidad del nido?
O alguien ignora lo que pasa, cuando
la luna de las flébiles congojas,
a través de las almas y las hojas,
derrama sombra y luz, como llorando?
Y habrá quien no haya visto en un inerte
crepúsculo, de gélidos candores,
caer las violetas ulteriores,
de las lánguidas manos de la muerte?

 



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Poetry: E. E. Cummings - i am a little church - it may not always be so - lily has a rose - Links to more of his poems




i am a little church

i am a little church(no great cathedral)
far from the splendor and squalor of hurrying cities
-i do not worry if briefer days grow briefest,
i am not sorry when sun and rain make april

my life is the life of the reaper and the sower;
my prayers are prayers of earth's own clumsily striving
(finding and losing and laughing and crying)children
whose any sadness or joy is my grief or my gladness

around me surges a miracle of unceasing
birth and glory and death and resurrection:
over my sleeping self float flaming symbols
of hope,and i wake to a perfect patience of mountains

i am a little church(far from the frantic
world with its rapture and anguish)at peace with nature
-i do not worry if longer nights grow longest;
i am not sorry when silence becomes singing

winter by spring,i lift my diminutive spire to
merciful Him Whose only now is forever:
standing erect in the deathless truth of His presence
(welcoming humbly His light and proudly His darkness)  




it may not always be so

it may not always be so;and i say
that if your lips,which i have loved,should touch
another's,and your dear strong fingers clutch
his heart,as mine in time not far away;
if on another's face your sweet hair lay
in such a silence as i know,or such
great writhing words as,uttering overmuch,
stand helplessly before the spirit at bay;

if this should be,i say if this should be-
you of my heart,send me a little word;
that i may go unto him,and take his hands,
saying,Accept all happiness from me.
Then shall i turn my face,and hear one bird
sing terribly afar in the lost lands.  




lily has a rose

lily has a rose
(i have none)
"don't cry dear violet
you may take mine"

"o how how how
could i ever wear it now
when the boy who gave it to
you is the tallest of the boys"

"he'll give me another
if i let him kiss me twice
but my lover has a brother
who is good and kind to all"

"o no no no
let the roses come and go
for kindness and goodness do
not make a fellow tall"

lily has a rose
no rose i've
and losing's less than winning(but
love is more than love)

 



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