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Oscar Vargas Leal Y David Espejo Aviles - Cromometrofonia No.1 / Cometa 1973 download free

Oscar Vargas Leal Y David Espejo Aviles - Cromometrofonia No.1 / Cometa 1973 download free

Genre: Classical
Performer: Oscar Vargas Leal
Album: Cromometrofonia No.1 / Cometa 1973
Country: Mexico
Released: 1973
Style: Contemporary
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B. Cromometrofonia N°1. 11:00. Concept By – Julian Carrillo. Oscar Vargas Leal and David Espejo Aviles were both students of the Mexican composer Julian Carrillo who inspired them to create the music for, and production of, this record. I believe the "harmonic harps" used were actually designed by Carrillo but weren't built until after his death. The pair of arpa citera used on this disc were presumably build around 1973 by Carrillo’s last students and disciples David Espejo Aviles and Oscar Vargas Leal, who also composed the two works recorded here. These vertical harps can play 400 notes with very short intervals. In addition to the strangeness of the tuning, the musicians use a lot of ascending and descending glissandos, decaying tones and, of course, the sounds of the 2 harps also create harmonics and unusual intervals.

Extremely Rare 1973 Original Autographed On The Front Cover By Both Artists. VG+/VG+ "This Disc Pairs Two Compositions For Special Harps In 16th Tones Intervals, Known As Arpa Citera, Inspired By Mexican Microtonal Composer Julián Carrillo (1875-1965). Carrillo Divided The Octave Into Various Number Of Notes, From 16 To As Much As 96 Intervals For What Is Known As His Sonido 13 ( Sonido Trece ) System, Or The Thirteenth Tone. The Pair Of Arpa Citera Used On This Disc Were Presumably Built Around 1973 By Carrillo’s Last Students And Disciples David Espejo Aviles And Oscar Vargas Leal, Who.

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Cometa 1973, Cromo Metrofonia N. ID: (131536) Used - LP Discos Pax 1 (Classical) Mexico Extremely Rare 1973 Original Autographed On The Front Cover By Both Artists. VG+/VG+ "This Disc Pairs Two Compositions For Special Harps In 16th Tones Intervals, Known As Arpa Citera, Inspired By Mexican Microtonal Composer Julián.

Oscar Vargas Leal & David Espejo Aviles – Cromometrofonia N. c/w Cometa 1973. This disc pairs two compositions for special harps in 16th tones intervals, known as arpa citera, inspired by Mexican microtonal composer Julián Carrillo (1875-1965).

The Trio is a live album by Oscar Peterson, Joe Pass and Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen that was released in 1974. The album won the Grammy Award for Best Jazz Performance by a Group in 1975.

Vervollständigen SIe Ihre David Espejo ng. Entdecken Sie die komplette Diskographie von David Espejo Aviles. Oscar Vargas Leal and David Espejo, students of Julian Carrillo played Cromometrofonia, a composition for Microtonal Harps built by Carrillo, on another album from 1973; front cover is shown to the right of this playlist. Información sobre David Espejo Campos, de TENERIFE.

Even though 1973 seemed like a year in transition for so many artists, none of them really made a bad album. The best records of the year weren't necessarily career-defining or even the artists' best work in some cases, but most of classic rock's biggest names - including Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd and the Who - released great albums in 1973. Whether or not it was designed that way, Browne's second album was a reaction to his first. Faced with making a followup to his successful 1972 debut, Browne beefed up some of his older songs and crafted an album that was even better than his other one, a personal, and melancholic, look at Vietnam-era anxiety blanketed in mostly sunny melodies.

Tracklist

A Cometa 1973 11:05
B Cromometrofonia N°1 11:00

Credits

  • Concept By – Julian Carrillo

Notes

Oscar Vargas Leal and David Espejo Aviles were both students of the Mexican composer Julian Carrillo who inspired them to create the music for, and production of, this record. I believe the "harmonic harps" used were actually designed by Carrillo but weren't built until after his death.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: Side A (Hand-Etched): PAX-1 A 19-X-73-RR
  • Matrix / Runout: Side B (Hand-Etched): PAX-1 B 19-X-73-RR

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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
1 David Espejo Aviles Y Oscar Vargas Leal David Espejo Aviles Y Oscar Vargas Leal - Cometa 1973 / Cromo Metrofonia No.1 ‎(LP) Discos Pax 1 Mexico Unknown
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This disc pairs two compositions for special harps in 16th tones intervals, known as arpa citera, inspired by Mexican microtonal composer Julián Carrillo (1875-1965). While until the 1920s, Carrillo composed traditional, so to speak, atonal music, after this date, starting with Preludio a Colón, in 1922, he dedicated himself to compose exclusively in microintervals, a goal he pursued until his death in 1965. Carrillo divided the octave into various number of notes, from 16 to as much as 96 intervals for what is known as his Sonido 13 (“Sonido trece”) system, or the thirteenth tone. Between 1926 and the 1950s, Carrillo conceived several models of microtonal pianos and harps, but they weren’t build until 1958 when fifteen Sonido 13 pianos were exhibited during the Brussels World Fair in Belgium.The pair of arpa citera used on this disc were presumably build around 1973 by Carrillo’s last students and disciples David Espejo Aviles and Oscar Vargas Leal, who also composed the two works recorded here. These vertical harps can play 400 notes with very short intervals. In addition to the strangeness of the tuning, the musicians use a lot of ascending and descending glissandos, decaying tones and, of course, the sounds of the 2 harps also create harmonics and unusual intervals. This eerie and out-of-this-world music will be familiar to people already accustomed to Ivan Wychnegradsky or Alois Hába.(review source : Continuo Weblog)

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