James Tenney

James Tenney - Pika-Don - Maelstrom Percussion Ensemble Conducted By Jan Williams (2004) {Hat Hut Records hat[now] ART 151}

James Tenney - Pika-Don - Maelström Percussion Ensemble Conducted By Jan Williams (2004) {Hat Hut Records hat[now] ART 151}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 290 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 159 Mb
Full Artwork @ 300 dpi (png) -> 15 Mb | 5% repair rar
© 1997, 2004 Hat Hut Records | hat[now] ART 151
Classical / Contemporary Classical / Percussion

Tenney has often characterized himself as a kind of “tone scientist”, that is, one working on an almost microscopic level with the primary materials of sound in order to expand our knowledge of its properties (what makes it what it is) and perceptual identity (how we respond to it). To do so, he has composed music that isolates the components of sound production into their most basic acoustic phenomena; music that explores and illuminates the subatomic pitch relationships within the harmonic series; music that combines these pitches into complexes motivated by systematic patterns or chance procedures.

James Tenney - Bridge & Flocking (1996) repost  Music

Posted by d'Avignon at Dec. 21, 2013
James Tenney - Bridge & Flocking (1996) repost

James Tenney - Bridge & Flocking (1996) repost
Classical/Contemporary | FLAC lossless | cuesheets+log | covers+booklet | 59m16s | 211mb
Label: hatART | cat. no. CD 6193

James Tenney - Bridge & Flocking (1996)  Music

Posted by basa005 at Sept. 9, 2011
James Tenney - Bridge & Flocking (1996)

James Tenney - Bridge & Flocking (1996)
EAC RIP | APE + CUE + LOG | COVER + BOOK | RAR FILES (3% recovery) | 173 Mb
Classical | hatART CD 6193
James Tenney - The Solo Works for Percussion - Matthias Kaul (1998)

James Tenney - The Solo Works for Percussion - Matthias Kaul (1998)
EAC RIP | APE + CUE + LOG | COVER + BOOK | RAR FILES (3% recovery) | 252 Mb
Classical | hat[now]ART 111

James Tenney - Bridge & Flocking (1996)  Music

Posted by basa005 at June 7, 2010
James Tenney - Bridge & Flocking (1996)

James Tenney - Bridge & Flocking (1996)
EAC RIP | APE + CUE + LOG | COVER + BOOK | RAR FILES (3% recovery)| 161 Mb
Classical | hatART CD 6193

James Tenney - A History of 'Consonance' and 'Dissonance'  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by erus at Dec. 28, 2009
James Tenney - A History of 'Consonance' and  'Dissonance'

James Tenney - A History of 'Consonance' and 'Dissonance'
Excelsior Music Publishing Co. | ISBN: 0935016996 | 1988 | PDF | 117 pages | 41 MB


There is surely nothing in the language of discourse about music that is mote burdened with purely semantic problems than are the terms consonance and dissonance. A comparison of some of the definitions of these words to be found in current dictionaries, harmony textbooks, and books on musical acoustics indicates that there is considerable confusion and disagreement as to their meaning—if indeed there is any meaning still to be attributed to them.

This book discusses consonance and dissonance from antiquity trough the ars antiqua, from ars nova through the seconda practica, from Rameau to the late 20th century.

James Tenney: Selected Works 1961-1969 (2001)  Music

Posted by peachfuzz at Aug. 11, 2009
James Tenney: Selected Works 1961-1969 (2001)

James Tenney: Selected Works 1961-1969 (2001)
Classical | EAC (APE, CUE & LOG) | 186 MB

The work of James Tenney as a composer, theorist, performer, and teacher, is of singular importance in American music of the past four decades. He is by nature a quiet, almost publicity-shy musician, but his musical and theoretical works are steadily becoming widely known, despite the fact that few have been published and only a relatively small number, to this date, are readily available on recordings. Meta + Hodos once had the widest “underground” readership of any treatise of its kind until it became more readily available through Frog Peak in the late 1980s. The drum quartets, For Ann (rising), and a few other works are also familiar, in a wide variety of contexts, to contemporary musicians. He is also known for his groundbreaking work in the development of compositional algorithms. This is the period in his work that is documented on this recording.
Etta James - The Very Best Of Etta James: The Chess Singles (3CD) (2005)

Etta James - The Very Best Of Etta James: The Chess Singles (3CD) (2005)
EAC Rip | FLAC (tracks+.cue, log) ~ 297.69 Mb + 290.37 Mb + 299.93 Mb | 02:41:53 | Covers
Soul-Jazz, Rock & Roll, Smooth Jazz | Country: USA | Label: Spectrum Music - 982 7041-4

Because of her blues-based comeback in the '90s, Etta James was thought of by the general public – if she was thought of at all – as a blues singer, but there was a good deal more to the picture than that, as this two-disc, 35-track set makes clear. In many ways, James resembled a female Ray Charles in her unerring ability to tackle (and sometimes combine) all of the strands of American popular music, from rock & roll to R&B, blues, country, gospel, jazz, and pure pop and soul, while still maintaining a distinct feel and sound that was all her own, and she did this throughout a five-decade career that is impressive for its consistency.
Revolution by Degrees: James Tyrrell and Whig Political Thought in the Late Seventeenth Century

Julia Rudolph, "Revolution by Degrees: James Tyrrell and Whig Political Thought in the Late Seventeenth Century"
2002 | pages: 241 | ISBN: 1349408778 | PDF | 1,9 mb

Don Burrows & James Morrison - In Good Company (2015)  Music

Posted by Domestos at April 18, 2018
Don Burrows & James Morrison - In Good Company (2015)

Don Burrows & James Morrison - In Good Company (2015)
MP3 CBR 320kbps | 02:01:12 | 281.02 Mb | Cover
Mainstream Jazz | Country: Australia | Label: James Morrison

ABC Jazz is proud to present the final album from one of Australia’s greatest musicians, Don Burrows, playing with his finest pupil, the legendary James Morrison. In Good Company – released here for the first time – documents an afternoon in the studio with Don and James, and represents a golden opportunity to witness these two brilliant musicians ‘jamming together’. In typically virtuosic style, they each play three instruments (Don on alto flute, clarinet and alto saxophone, James on trombone, bass trumpet and trumpet), accompanied by Phil Stack on acoustic bass. The recording showcases the intimacy of their duet, and the musical wit and invention that has seen them become two of the world’s most celebrated musicians over the past decades.