Recently on counter-melody
Articulate Silences has moved to a new home on counter-melody.com. For those of you who haven’t found us on the new site, here’s what you might have missed recently:
Shaker Loops, John Adams – The US composer’s piece for strings is a hyper-sensual kaleidoscope of rhythm and tempo in which time is a plastic, sculptable material.
Cello Symphony, Benjamin Britten – Bitterness, memory, and love take centre stage in the British composer’s 1963 riverine lament.
Playlist: (Re)turning from utopia – The turn from lofty idealism to an earth-bound exploration of the uncanny in György Ligeti’s late music.
Playlist: Held tones – The music of Giacinto Scelsi uncovered the enveloping depth and nuance of a single tone.
Playlist: Riot at the opera – Since the 1980s, English-language contemporary opera has been injected with radical potential.
Head over to the new site to read the latest posts from the Articulate Silences team – happy listening!