Piece for Piano and Tape (Goeyvaerts)

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Karel Goeyvaerts's Piece for Piano and Tape (Stuk voor piano en tape) was composed in 1964. It explores the potential relations between a live piano performance and a manipulated recording, distributing them around a central axis in the manner of his 1950s serial music's procedures.[1] Goeyvaerts originally thought of synchronizing both parts, but he subsequently decided to contrast the different natures of the fixed recording and the live performance.[2]

Recordings[edit]

Jan Michiels. Megadisc, 1996

References[edit]

  1. ^ Goeyvaert biography in the Belgian Center of Musical Documentation's website
  2. ^ Booklet notes by Mark Delaere for the 1996 Megadisc release