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Artist: CORNER, PHILIP
Title: Coldwater Basin No. 2
Format: LP
Label: Alga Marghen
Country: Italy
Price: $28.00
"Re-emerging from deep Fluxus celebrations in this 2012 summer, Alga Marghen realized that Philip Corner Coldwater Basin (ALGA 037) LP was instantly sold out. Could there be a better decision than issuing an alternative version of this masterpiece from the glorious 60s, by master of ecstatic music Philip Corner? If you fluctuated over sonic landscapes with the first version, then Coldwater Basin No. 2 will knock your socks off! More intense that Whitehouse, more liquid than your wildest dreams. Remember? When you made these things at home, on the best equipment you or your other poor friends could find? And you had that Japanese tape recorder with built-in mike; indeed that was the only piece of furniture on your tatami floor on the Lower East Side that summer of 1961. Again, a home recording of water running from a faucet into a sink. New York City, the Lower East Side, sometime in the 60s with Bill Fontana still on microphone. And I always dreamed of passing an entire night bathed in this... It was never long enough. Edition limited to 310 copies with front sleeve design and calligraphies by Philip Corner." - Alga Marghen.

Artist: CORNER, PHILIP
Title: Gong +
Format: CD
Label: Alga Marghen
Country: Italy
Price: $20.00
2002 release. "Gong + presents three previously-unpublished compositions by Philip Corner recorded in New York City, 1974. "Metal Meditations with Listening Center," a 29-minute long piece, is a collaboration between Philip Corner and Bill Fontana. At that time Bill Fontana was very interested in the resonance properties of every object, putting his ear to everything, and sometimes recording what he called "Listening Centers," a microphone placed in a resonating space (for example a jar, or a pipe) recording the environment with no intervention from the artist. This time the "Listening Center" was integrated as an active element on two pages from "Metal Meditations" ("one stroke: vigorous: one resonance" and "these are twirlings, sworlings") performed at the Intermedia Foundation. The continuous resonance of metal objects mixed with the chaotic sounds of New York City distorted through the "Listening Center." Gong! is a series of works and can be considered forms of kinds of "Metal Meditations." They are more-elaborated performing plans for/on this "prototype of all rich resonances," so, are musics assuming long-resounding & more-than-single-pitched large-surfaced (likely) lower-tone-favoring metals. Some substitutions are possible: piano -- low clusters and selected sonorities. Colors controlled from pedal. Struck by soft stick(s) or from keyboard. This specific version, titled "2 as entrance - passageway (resounding regularly)," was recorded on May 22nd, 1974 at The Kitchen and performed by Philip Corner, Brian Dallow, Daniel Goode and Carole Weber. The piece starts with deep resonances of the gong played by two performers and very slowly fades into the pulsation of the low-key strings of the piano. The last composition, taken from a different series of works titled "Pulse Polyphony," was also recorded at The Kitchen during the same festival. "Pulse Polyphony" compositions may use very different materials; one of them (the central part of "Oracle," an electronic music piece) was included in On Tape from the Judson Years, a previous CD issued by Alga Marghen. The version presented here is the passage from string piano to bell-tree." - Alga Marghen.

Artist: CORNER, PHILIP
Title: Metal Meditations
Format: LP
Label: Alga Marghen
Country: Italy
Price: $26.00
Originally released in 1997. "Metal Meditations is the culmination of many years experience and experiment with the properties of resonant metal objects, whether intended for music for not." --Philip Corner. "One side is taken from a 1974 performance at Merce Cunninghams studio, performed by David Behrman (electronics and performer) and others. There is also a 1975 performance with Bill Fontana and Corner (long metal pipe with active microphone) as well as a short version from the Avant Garde Festival in Cambridge, MA, 1978." - Alga Marghen.

Artist: CORNER, PHILIP
Title: More from the Judson Years (Early 60s) Instrumental-Vocal Works Vol. 2
Format: CD
Label: Alga Marghen
Country: Italy
Price: $20.00
2004 release. "Excerpts from the liner notes of More from the Judson Years (Early 60s) Instrumental-Vocal Works Vol. 2, written by Philip Corner: "Everything Max Has" (1964), Max Neuhaus solo, recorded at the ONCE Festival, 1965. "A performance of Maxs taking down all of his stuff; tons of equipment filling entire stages." "Big Trombone" (1963), Jim Fulkerson improvisation over tape collage. "Homage to Revere" (1962) for ensemble of copper-bottom kitchen utensils. "Punkt" (1961) for ensemble of staccato sounds. "Since the critics were calling us the plink plunk school, I contributed a composition favoring only those punkts for centuries having defined and inhibited Western music." "Passionate Expanse of the Law (1959) for ensemble, recorded at the Composers Forum, NY, 1972. "Expressions in Parallel" (1958) for ensemble. "From my earliest compositions I have been more enticed by an opening out towards greater possibilities than in cheap and arbitrary limits of stylistic unity." Housed in a digipack, including a 12-page booklet with liner notes, scores and original documentation." - Alga Marghen.

Artist: CORNER, PHILIP
Title: More from the Judson Years, (Early 60s) Instrumental-Vocal Works Vol. 1
Format: CD
Label: Alga Marghen
Country: Italy
Price: $20.00
2004 release. "Yet not to forget that extraordinary place where so much of the new and exciting performances at that most interesting time in New York, took place. There was a Theater there; and a place for the first Happenings. An Art Gallery... and later the famous Judson Dance Theater -- the site of Philip Corners first performance. The concert was in early 1962, January 2nd, to be exact. Excerpts from the liner notes of volume one of More from the Judson Years, Early 60s, written by Philip Corner: "Handwritten change on typescript: Yoko Onos studio, changed at the last moment to Judson Church. A lot of players; and a lot of pieces. Some of my old friends, like Toshi Ichiyanagi and Richard Maxfield. And a lot of new names from California, Dick Higgins and Alison Knowles, the connection between the old New York and this new scene." "Passionate Expanse of the Law" (1959) is an extract from the first NY performance, featuring Charlotte Moorman, Philip Corner, and Malcolm Goldstein. "I wrote this on an Army cot in Texas, in the Fall of 1959; a continuation of and a major development in my exploration of maximum disjunction." "Air Effect" (1961), first performance, featuring Philip Corner, Alison Knowles, and Malcolm Goldstein. "From 1961 already my music became characterized more and more by attention to the continuous quality of sound. A chamber ensemble, dedicated to directness of breathing." This piece follows through in theme to "OM Emerging" (1971). "As Pure to Begin" (1963), Philip Corner, piano with preparations, objects and amplification. "The purity of keyboard sounds turn progressively noisy, effected by the strings themselves being touched, and touched by objects which are then laid on them and magnified by microphones." "Music, Reserved Until Now" (1963), recorded at Judson, 1965 and featuring A-yo, David Behrman, Philip Corner, Malcolm Goldstein, Dick Higgins, Joe Jones, Alison Knowles, Jackson Mac Low, Charlotte Moorman, Nam June Paik, and Chieko Shiomi. "A score for non-traditional sound sources." "Composition With or Without Beverly" (1962), recorded at ONCE Festival in 1963; Philip Corner, piano with prepared tape sounds. Including a 12-page booklet with liner notes, scores and original documentation." - Alga Marghen.

Artist: CORNER, PHILIP
Title: Piano Activities
Format: LP
Label: Alga Marghen
Country: Italy
Price: $26.00
"One-sided LP. Alga Marghen proudly presents the most iconic of all Fluxus pieces, Philip Corners "Piano Activities," in the legendary 1962 premiere performed by George Maciunas,Nam June Paik, Wolf Vostell, Emmett Williams, Ben Patterson, Dick Higgins, and Alison Knowles. Until now, recordings of concerts from the International Festival Of The Newest Music, which took place in Wiesbaden in 1962, were thoroughly unknown. This festival, the first public event described as Fluxus, was known primarily through pictures and descriptions by the protagonists. In 2011 a tape including two versions of Philip Corners "Piano Activities" was found inKuniharu Akiyamas archives, who in 1965 was declared Japans Fluxus representative. The first of these recordings is identical to one found in 2012 in the archive of Vytautis Landsbergis, former president of Lithuania and friend of George Maciunas. "Piano Activities" represents the first-ever effective realization of the anti-art art intentions of Fluxus propaganda and the performance organized by George Maciunas brought the score to its extreme consequences. When Philip Corner, who had not been present at the Wiesbaden Festum Fluxorum concerts, learned about the destruction of the piano, he was at first shocked. In the tradition of John Cage, the score that Corner wrote was intended to shape something coherent out of the chaotic reservoir of sounds that he saw in the instrument and to broaden the field of possibilities for freedom in performance. But the performers by their exaggeration brought out a potential that the composer had not suspected. As the listeners of this LP will experience, the destruction gives an opening to the previously unheard-of. Two evenings from the Wiesbaden performances are presented on this LP. One take was made at the beginning of the concert series. It begins with a cluster played in the low register. There follows conventionally-played passages from Paik interrupted by single notes and chords. These traditional sounds are accompanied by brutal noises such as splintering wood, scratching, tearing, crushing, rubbing, hammering, that sound at times like a bomb assault was happening, and sometimes more like an unobtrusive clattering. As this continues, improvisation makes itself heard, as the players produce the most refined dynamics, relate to each other, and create collective noise landscapes. The shorter second recording is of a completely different character. Freed from the traditionalistic accompaniment, this version consists of practically nothing else than hammering, sawing, rattling and clattering. As if an industrious artisans guild were at work, there is hardly to be noted any interaction between the players. The sound event happens in front of an exceptionally euphoric audience. The scenes make one think of a hot free-jazz event. First-ever edition of this landmark straight-ahead anti-art Fluxus piece, issued in an edition of only 262 copies and including a four-page large folded insert with an essay by Helmut Schmidt, inner sleeve with "Piano Activities" score and Philip Corner collages. Front sleeve design and calligraphies by Philip Corner." - Alga Marghen.

Artist: CORNER, PHILIP
Title: PoorManMusic
Format: LP
Label: Alga Marghen
Country: Italy
Price: $26.00

PoorManMusic (1966)

"The simplest materials and the things your own body is and does claps, slaps, stamps. Rubbing and scratching: body, all parts, and clothing if any voices. And all the sounds your voice and breath and throat may make except words. Although a mightbe rare&special one- sound deep word and meaning / warning, affectations show up. If sincere, express. Better a middle and easy utterance of like natural soundings & thus beyond outside things, but the matter might be simple sticks of every day life. The small stones and the fabrics papers and textures, easily picked up. Rattle, rattles, nuts little bells, seeds this is not quite all of homemade noise makers."

"Homemade noise made by, among others, Philip Corner, Max Neuhaus, Steve Reich, James Tenney, Malcolm Goldstein, Jackson Mac Low, Dick Higgins, Alison Knowles, Carolee Schneemann, Jerome Rothenberg... the Technicians of the Sacred. Gift Event III: A Celebration for poets, musicians, and dancers, based on the orders of the Seneca Indian Eagle Dance and performed at the Judson Dance Theatre, Judson Memorial Church, New York City, March 21 and 22, 1967. A part of the Spring Happenings.
The group cohesion and reentering and listen ing (ensemble sensitive) Out of flux of differing individual tempi, to fuse into one Felt agreed beat (this is easier, very easy, than it may seem) In period of pulse - polyphony... non-rationalizable multipl licity of the beats. And the whole at ease. If ever at extremes of intensity, and moving towards their implications of passions, let it relax and tend intowards the mean, just the energy and the continuing which is devotion in every day life and works.
Historical recording of previously unpublished Fluxus classic masterpiece available now in a limited edition of 300 copies. Pulse polyphony!" - Alga Marghen.

Artist: CORNER, PHILIP
Title: PoorManMusic (Box Set)
Format: LP Box Set
Label: Alga Marghen
Country: Italy
Price: $950.00
Edition limited to 30 copies. "Art edition of PoorManMusic, a classic Fluxus work by Philip Corner from 1966 and first released by alga marghen in 2015. Edition limited to 30 copies. Including: A signed and numbered LP sleeve with hand-drawn calligraphy on front and hand-drawn score on the back, a signed and numbered black-vinyl LP record with hand-written labels, a signed and numbered print with hand-made graphic interventions, a signed and numbered score print, a signed and numbered 4-page printed text with graphics, dry leaves, a wooden comb, a metal ring, a piece of black and white fabric, four plastic bottle caps in different colors, two ropes, a date pit, a cherry pit. The whole magnificently presented in a luxury linen box. Homemade noise made by, among others, Philip Corner, Max Neuhaus, Steve Reich, James Tenney, Malcolm Goldstein, Jackson Mac Low, Dick Higgins, Alison Knowles, Carolee Schneemann, Jerome Rothenberg... the Technicians of the Sacred. Gift Event III: A Celebration for poets, musicians, and dancers, based on the orders of the Seneca Indian Eagle Dance and performed at the Judson Dance Theatre, Judson Memorial Church, New York City, March 21 and 22, 1967." - Alga Marghen.

Artist: CORNER, PHILIP
Title: Pictures From Pictures Of Pictures
Format: LP
Label: Edition Block
Country: Germany
Price: $36.00
Out of print, gatefold LP from 1988.
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Artist: CORNER, PHILIP
Title: Piano Realitys
Format: Cass
Label: Imminent Frequencies
Country: USA
Price: $8.00
"A collection of solo piano pieces by the veteran Fluxus composer recorded throughout the 1970s and 1980s. Like previous releases such as “Satie Slowly” and the “Mysterious Barricade” series, this collection highlights Corners mastery of the melodic and the dissonant." - Imminent Frequencies.

Artist: CORNER, PHILIP
Title: OM Entering. and Once Enterd
Format: LP
Label: Kye
Country: USA
Price: $16.00
"The latest LP from veteran fluxus composer Philip Corner. OM Entering. and Once Enterd comprises four previously unreleased recordings with the Barton Workshop, taken from performances in the Netherlands, and South Korea, between 2000-2007. OM ENTRANCE. OM ENTERTRANCE. which one does....because the performance is a real "passage from the material to the spiritual" unless the "real" world is just as spiritual already which i like to think it is. As perhaps an everyday awareness is already to be entranced which i have been told it is, really. To the facts: musicians coming-in already the performance of everything has to be done to get ready from unpacking to tuning and all that is done in the concentrated and exalted spirit of real music. Multiplicity moves noise to instrument possibilities with virtuosity show-offs slowing down to a perfect tuning in a quiet circle from where there is nowhere else to go but the sustaining of a quiet long tone. My old friend and colleague also great composer Jim Fulkerson is there as he has be, as he was even at the first performance way back must be almost 50 years by now joining the Creative Associates at the University of Buffalo on his initiative as likewise these performances in Holland with his group he calls The Barton Workshop and for sure he is there playing trombone too. The movement from SANG/TEH (SITUATIONS). Guard duty in a cold Korean winter. This piece was a major turning-point in my work. My life too you-could-say. "Of Ancient Times and Modern Sounds" i wrote then: a better world---much much better---than being in the American Army. The heterophonic melody-only texture learned from their "Ah Ahk" court music ("Soo Je Chun" the most beautiful music in the history of the world!) imposed on a thoroughly modern chromatic note structure. Occidental instruments absorbing the traditions of subtle sound colours so-long absent from the West. Public performance in Seoul. That must have been the Spring of 1961 just before they "shipped me out", to bring all that back home. Before that the wonderful and exceptional opportunity to "run through" some of it with the indigenous instruments of the Koog Ahk Wun (National Music Institute) thanks to the cultural open-mindedness of the classical kayageum master Byungki Hwang. And Jim has not only played the 3rd movement often, but brought if back to Korea once at the Pan Music Festival. But my long-waiting-for performance in Korea on native instruments has yet to take place. The CHOPIN PRELUDE piece is one of two, reworking passages from his D Major Prelude for piano, and a part of the "as a revelation" series which "looks into" moments from the classics which usually go by too fast. Begun with Mozart, the series has "got a lot of mileage" out of Satie, as well as including Buxtehude, Bach, Rimsky-Korsakoff, Verdi, Ives, Berlioz,, and others." - Philip Corner, 2015.

Artist: CORNER, PHILIP
Title: Italian Air: Wind, Water & Metal
Format: LP
Label: Ricerca Sonora
Country: Italy
Price: $25.00
"Three previously unpublished compositions by one of the giants of Fluxus, recorded in various locations: "Ear Wave" (Venice, October 1994) for Korean cymbal in water, ecstatic with acousmatic interjections of metallic resonances, subtle water, and the midnight bell of San Marco; "Gong/Ear" (S. Andrea di Rovereto, June 1990) for gong together with rain and thunder; and "I Respiri/The Breaths" (Teatro Scandicci, 1992) for alphorn and gong. Edition of 300 copies." -Ricerca Sonora.

Artist: CORNER, PHILIP
Title: Gong/Ear: Dance-ing, 1 & 2
Format: LP
Label: Roaratorio
Country: USA
Price: $29.00
"A major figure in 20th century arts and music (and beyond), Philip Corner studied with Henry Cowell and Olivier Messiaen, and was one of the original Fluxus conspirators, among other highlights of his long and storied career. As part of the body of his Metal Meditations work, Gong/Ear is a decades-long series of improvisations with dancers. Utilizing his favorite Paiste tam-tam, these two recordings from Corners NYC Leonard Street loft in 1989 are a feedback loop of perceptions between gong and dance: the initiating sound (or is it the dancers posture?) is made physically audible. Responsive movement is turned back into sound. Musical attentiveness sends it back and it continues. Gong/Ear: Dance-ing, 1 & 2 is released in a limited edition of 305 copies, each with a hand-cut facsimile brass gong, silkscreened with Corners calligraphy and mounted onto the jacket. Download coupon included." - Roaratorio.


Artist: CORNER, PHILIP
Title: Through Two More-Than-Mysterious Barricades (Improvizations After François Couperin)
Format: LP
Label: Roaratorio
Country: USA
Price: $24.00
"Les Barricades Mistérieuses, the harpsichord gem by French Baroque composer François Couperin, has been a long-running source of exploration for Fluxus musician Philip Corner, who for years has used it as a jumping-off point for piano improvisations. Through Two More-Than-Mysterious Barricades comprises two very different takes on the same piece. The first dates from 1992, in collaboration with dancer Paulette Sears (who provides the singings and screamings of the albums subtitle); it moves from a frenzy of abstraction to a more meditative take on Couperins composition, with diversions and tributaries along the way. The second, from 2004, is a rougher beast: recorded with wildly over-saturated levels, the tape machine itself becomes a participant in the performance, with its heavy distortion bringing out storm-clouds of overtones from Corners piano. Through Two More-Than-Mysterious Barricades is released in an edition of 318 copies, with Corners calligraphy silkscreened on Kozo rice paper and mounted onto the jacket. Download coupon included." - Roaratorio.

Artist: CORNER, PHILIP
Title: Piano Workd
Format: Cass
Label: The Tapeworm
Country: UK
Price: $8.00
"Philip Corner (b. 1933) is an American composer, musician and visual artist. His teachers include Henry Cowell and Olivier Messiaen. While on military duty in Korea in 1960-1961, he studied calligraphy with Ki-sung Kim and many of his works have calligraphic scores. A founding member of Fluxus, Corner has performed with George Maciunas, Dick Higgins, Yoko Ono and Nam June Paik. From 1967 to 1970 he taught the course in Experimental Composition at the New School for Social Research, which John Cage initiated in 1956. He was a member of Judson Dance Theater as both dancer and composer and has written scores for dance pieces by James Waring, Yvonne Rainer, Lucinda Childs and Elaine Summers, among many others. He lives in Reggio nellEmilia with his wife and performing partner, the dancer and choreographer Phoebe Neville. His wide-ranging output includes numerous works for gongs, bells, metal percussion and gamelan orchestra. Piano Workd explores the rich sonic possibilities afforded by the dismantling of a piano. Corner recorded the performance on August 19, 1983 at Archivio F. Conz, Verona, using a Sony Walkman Professional WM-D6 and a Sennheiser Kunstkopf microphone. The finished object that resulted from this action is the property of the Archivio F. Conz, Verona. The audio for this edition was remastered in 2011 by BJNilsen. Cover illustration -- detail from the original score by Philip Corner." -Tapeworm
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Artist: CORNER, PHILIP
Title: Gong/Ear: Shaman
Format: CD
Label: The Wormhole
Country: UK
Price: $15.00
"Philip Corner (b. 1933) is an American composer, musician and visual artist. A founder member of Fluxus, his teachers include Henry Cowell and Olivier Messiaen, and he has performed with George Maciunas, Yoko Ono and Nam June Paik. While on military duty in Korea in 1960-1961 he studied calligraphy with Ki-sung Kim and many of his works have calligraphic scores. His wide-ranging output includes works for gongs, bells, metal percussion and gamelan orchestra. Philip Corner writes, "Hiah Park - new age shaman, then living in California. My Korea connection interest led me to a workshop she gave in New York; more sessions continued until the opportunity of really working together at the proposed seminar Art and the Invisible Reality to be held in Bavaria. I revisited my old practice of metal meditations specially reinterpreted to go with performance/dance derived from traditional shamanic practices. Then done in Trento in front of the cathedral where we joked about when they burned witches. After the two performances in Europe our association came to an end. Sin Cha Hong, a great friend in New York and a fabulous dancer and choreographer with a truly profound and intense body-incorporated physicality serving a spiritual content in no need of official status. Her Korean-American company she called Laughing Stone; she used my anklung (Javanese bamboo rattles) quartet gamelan Adagio onstage for one of her solos... This recording I made alone in the New York loft with my familiar - the large Paiste tam-tam: while holding her in my mind. The dancer/shamans are, as their names show, from Korea - the country par excellence for this ancient form of religion incarnate. I have had a long a long continuing and most appreciative relationship to that countrys culture, from 1960 when shipped as a trombones-man to the American occupying forces there and turned on each afternoon listening to National (Kuk Ahk) Music Hour their theme song Su Je Chun - the most ancient piece from the court repertoire which I have never stopped hearing as the most beautiful music ever made. That, and the breakthrough composition Sang-Teh/Situations which written and performed in Seoul in 1961, made this meeting and working with a genuine Korean shaman a spectacular amplification of my rapport. It was the beginning of the years-long improvisation-meditation practice shared with many other dancers, including most notably Phoebe Neville, soon to become my wife, and still is." - The Wormhole.

Artist: CORNER, PHILIP
Title: Satie Slowly
Format: Double CD
Label: Unseen Worlds
Country: USA
Price: $20.00
"American composer Philip Corner likes Satie too well not to object to how he is played. From the time of his participation in the first performance of Saties Vexations he realized that here was, lurking under the travesties of the 1st Gymnopedie, one of the greats of this or any other century... a secret genius who masked with humility and seeming conformity a profoundly innovative thorough-going critique of the limitations and pretensions of our High Culture as it has come down to us. A 44-page booklet of commentary and pages of analyses set out to demonstrate this - with implication for performance of the works. As the record title Satie Slowly shows, the indication "lent" is taken at its full value. An ample selection of piano pieces, spread across 2 CDs, come from his early period, music with great spiritual content." - Unseen Worlds.

Artist: CORNER, PHILIP
Title: 40 Years And One: Philip Corner Plays The Piano
Format: CD
Label: XI
Country: USA
Price: $14.00
"Solo piano works, performed by the composer, recorded in 1998. "Philip has vision, he did something nobody else did, he brought the expressive into indeterminacy (he calls it non-compulsive indeterminacy). Hes also one of the only composers I know who can give you a handful of worlds (notes) for a score, suggestions and alternatives for a realization and create wonderful expansive vistas of music and sound. Philip loves sound(s), he really listens and relishes (cherishes) the sensual aspects of perception. When he plays the piano there is a tremendous sensitivity (sensibilité), his own art of touching and caressing the keyboard. He also loves embellishments, whether in Korean classical music or in the late French baroque of Marin Marais or François Couperin. Theres humor too, hes very funny (as many of his fluxus performances and art works will show) and his universal and non-conformist approach to life is extremely refreshing in a (music-al) world still dominated by the dull mainstream of academia." -- Anton Lukoszevieze. Featured pieces: 1. 7 Joyous Flashes (3:45) 2. Concerto for Housekeeper (5:58) 3. Short Piano Piece IV (2:51) 4. Short Piano Piece IX (2:07) 5. Short Piano Piece XIII (1:50) 6. Flux & Form No. 2 (solo) (4:01) 7. Flux & Form No. 2 (3 versions mixed) (4:39) 8. Pulse: a Keyboard Dance/C Major Chord (25:43) 9. "perfect" (on the strings) (21:49)." -XI.

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