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Erik Satie / John Cage - Hilke Helling • Deborah Richards • Herbert Henck - Socrate / Cheap Imitation album

Erik Satie / John Cage - Hilke Helling • Deborah Richards • Herbert Henck - Socrate / Cheap Imitation album Performer: Erik Satie
Title: Socrate / Cheap Imitation
Style: Modern Classical, Modern, Contemporary, Minimal
Date of release: 1991
Country: Germany
Size MP3: 1464 mb
Size FLAC: 1843 mb
Rating: 4.4
Format: MP2 MP1 TTA MIDI RA AHX DTS

John Cage's "Cheap Imitation" was the result of a special occasion in December 1969: A project of the choreographer and dancer, Merce Cunningham, wanting to include Satie's "Socrate" in the version for small orchestra and voice, was threatened from taking place due to the high fees for the material; simultaneously the French publisher refused Cage permission to arrange the work for. two pianos. Cage found a way out with the "Cheap Imitation", in which he subjected the entire score of "Socrate" to a type of metamorphosis.

Satie: Socrate - Drame Symphonique. Hilke Helling, Herbert Henck, Deborah Richards. Cage: Cheap Imitation. The booklet of the CD is supplied with the complete texts of the three parts in French, German and English. John Cage, who has been propagating Satie's music his life long and who has repeatedly referred to Satie in his own work, created his "Cheap Imitation" in 1969.

Charles Ives; Herbert Henck, Deborah Richards. 48 Variations for Two Pianos. John McGuire; Herbert Henck, Deborah Richards. Eric Satie: Socrate, John Cage: Cheap Imitation. Erik Satie, John Cage; Hilke Helling, Deborah Richards, Herbert Henck. 1. Showing official release groups by this artist. Show all release groups instead, or show various artists release groups. Sort name: Richards, Deborah.

Video clip and lyrics II - Bords De L'Ilissus by Satie Eric. English translation:. III(b) - Mort De Socrate. I - Portrait de Socrate. 2. Sonneries de la Rose et . .

III(b) - Mort De Socrate. Sonatine bureaucratique -. 4. Uspud (Troisième Acte). 5. 6. Les Aventures de Mercure.

III(a) - Mort De Socrate. Liedtexte und Übersetzungen, die sich hier befinden, sind vom Autorenrecht deren Eigentumer geschützt und dienen ausschliesslich zur Bildung. Melden rechtswidriger Inhalt.

Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach: Sacred Choral Music. Hermann Max. Alto (Vocals), Contralto (Vocal). Erik Satie: Socrate; John Cage: Cheap Imitation. Johann Josef Fux: Oratorium "Johannes der Täufer". Capella Piccola, Thomas Reuber.

lastFM: Deborah Richards & Hilke Helling music, videos, stats, and photo.Listen to music from Deborah Richards & Hilke Helling like Erik Satie : II. Bords De L'Ilissus, Erik Satie : I. Portrait De Socrate & more  . Listen to music from Hilke Helling, Deborah Richards like +Socrate: I. Portrait of Socrates. show all. Holdings : Socrate York University Libraries. Hilke Helling, alto, Deborah Richards, piano (1st work) ; Herbert Henck, piano (2nd work). Erik Satie Piano Music Vol Le fils des etoiles. with Herbert Henck at the piano, and on this recording there is also a very good recording of Socrate with Hilke Helling and Deborah Richards.

Tracklist Hide Credits

Erik Satie Socrate
Alto Vocals [Alt] – Hilke HellingComposed By – Erik SatieGrand Piano [Klavier, Bösendorfer Konzertflügel] – Deborah RichardsTranslated By [Dialogues] – Victor CousinWords By [Dialogues] – Plato
(30:11)
1 I. Portrait De Socrate 5:47
2 II. Bords De L' Ilissus 7:05
3 III. Mort De Socrate 17:19
John Cage Cheap Imitation
Composed By – John CageGrand Piano [Klavier, Bösendorfer Konzertflügel] – Herbert Henck
(31:05)
4 I. ♩ = 60 6:46
5 II. ♩ = 60 7:18
6 III. ♩ = 72 17:00

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Radio Bremen
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Wergo Schallplatten GmbH
  • Copyright (c) – Wergo Schallplatten GmbH
  • Copyright (c) – Éditions Max Eschig
  • Copyright (c) – Éditions de La Sirène
  • Copyright (c) – Henmar Press Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – VG Bild-Kunst
  • Published By – Edition Peters – P6805

Credits

  • Co-producer [Eine Co-Produktion Von] – Radio Bremen, WERGO Schallplatten GmbH
  • Engineer [Toningenieurin] – Frauke Schulz
  • Liner Notes – Herbert Henck
  • Liner Notes [English Translation By] – Deborah Richards
  • Liner Notes [Traduit En Français Par] – Louise Duchesneau
  • Painting [Cover] – Georges Braque
  • Producer [Redaktion] – Solf Schaefer
  • Recording Supervisor [Aufnahmeleitung], Edited By [Schnitt] – Andreas Heintzeler
  • Technician [Tontechnikerin] – Gisela Menzlaff

Notes

Socrate
Drame symphonique en trois parties avec voix sur des dialogues de Platon traduits par Victor Cousin. Ouvrage composé pour les représentaions de la Princesse Edmond de Polignac
A Madame la Princesse Edmond de Polignac Et à la Mèmoire du Prince Edmond de Polignac. E.S.
Notenausgabe: Edition La Sirene Musicale, Copyright © 1973 by Editions Max Eschig, Paris (Notentext der 1. Ausgabe, Paris: Éditions de La Sirène, 1919). - "Édition revue et corrigé": Copyright © 1920 by Éditions de La Sirène, Paris.

Cheap Imitation, for piano solo
Notenausgabe: Copyright © 1970 by Henmar Press Inc., New York (Edition Peters P6805)

John Cage's "Cheap Imitation" was the result of a special occasion in December 1969: A project of the choreographer and dancer, Merce Cunningham, wanting to include Satie's "Socrate" in the version for small orchestra and voice, was threatened from taking place due to the high fees for the material; simultaneously the French publisher refused Cage permission to arrange the work for two pianos. Cage found a way out with the "Cheap Imitation", in which he subjected the entire score of "Socrate" to a type of metamorphosis. With the aid of a chance process developed from the Taosit oracle "I Ching" he transformed Satie's score into a new composition, in which however the contours of the original work were still clearly recognizable (bar division, rhythm, agogic), but especially the pitches and their octave registers were changed. [...]

Aufnahme: November 1989, Radio Bremen
Cover: "Guitarre et Verre / Nature morte à la partition de Satie" ("Socrate"), 1921, Öl auf Leinwand, 43 x 73 cm, auf der Rückseite signiert, Paris, Centre National d'Art de Culture Georges Pompidou, © 1991 VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn
℗ 1991 WERGO Schallplatten GmbH, Mainz, Germany
© 1991 WERGO Schallplatten GmbH, Mainz, Germany
Manufactured in Germany. Printed in Germany.

Packaging: standard jewel case with 36 page booklet

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 4010228618624
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Label Code: LC 0846
  • SPARS Code: DDD

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
WER 6186-2, 286 186-2 Erik Satie / John Cage - Hilke Helling • Deborah Richards • Herbert Henck Erik Satie / John Cage - Hilke Helling • Deborah Richards • Herbert Henck - Socrate / Cheap Imitation ‎(CD, RE) WERGO, WERGO WER 6186-2, 286 186-2 Germany Unknown