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Forbidden Fruit (Variations For Voice, String Quartet And Turntables)


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  1. 14 rows · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Kronos Quartet - Winter Was .
  2. Forbidden Fruit is an avant-garde piece, the sort of which Zorn loves so much to create. There is an occasional female voice of Ohta Hiromi, speaking in Japanese which is the narrator in this piece. The violins shift from squeaking screeching sounds to peaceful and harmonic ones.
  3. “Forbidden Fruit” (Variations for Voice, String Quartet and Turntables) () Written and arranged by John Zorn in collaboration with: Kronos Quartet - Christian Marclay - turntables - Ohta Miromi - voice - Original texts by Reck Recorded September (出典: hunggrantersyfofullforkeyseavequano.coinfo) 7月 28,
  4. Peter Schulthorpe's Quartet # 8 inserts bursts of dance-like activity within contemplative repose, Aulis Sallinen's Quartet # 3 presents variations on a mournful Finnish fiddle tune, Philip Glass's Company sustains a single motif and his trademark minimalist pulse throughout four unified lyric movements, while Conlon Nancarrow's String Quartet.
  5. Huh, looking through my music to answer this question, I realized that a few records I like involved the Kronos Quartet that weren't clearly labeled. One of these is my favorite right now: Triple Quartet by Steve Reich. It's probably because I've.
  6. Forbidden Fruit (Variations for Voice, String Quartet and Turntables) (feat. Ohta Hiromi and Christian Marclay) Composed by John Zorn Original texts by Reck; Bella By Barlight Composed by John Lurie; Four, for Tango Composed by Astor Piazzolla; Quartet No. 3 – Andante / Agitato / Pesante Composed by Alfred Schnittke; Adagio Composed by Samuel Barber.
  7. Jun 27,  · Composer, free improviser, and connoisseur of all things outré Asian John Zorn honored its lust-racked stars—savage-innocent Masahiko Tsugawa, insect girl Mie Kitahara, and superstar Yujiro Ishihara—with a racy, delicately raucous chamber piece, written for string quartet, turntables, and voice, entitled “Forbidden Fruit.”.
  8. In many ways, the closer "Forbidden Fruit" paints the path for zorn's work in the last decade or so-- the Kronos Quartet, augmented by turntablist Christian Marclay and vocalist Ohta Hiromi, perform a piece that in feel and sound very similar to "The String Quartets"-- frantic energy passages that find the strings exploding against each other (and occasionally Marclay providing a completely unpredictable /5(14).

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