Posts Tagged: Lubomyr Melnyk

Lubomyr Melnyk ~ Rivers and Streams

Ever since exploding into the modern composition landscape a couple years ago, Lubomyr Melnyk has justly found quite a wide audience, primed not only by revisiting minimalism at its most pop (who hasn’t, by now, heard at least one Philip

Lubomyr Melnyk ~ Rivers and Streams

Ever since exploding into the modern composition landscape a couple years ago, Lubomyr Melnyk has justly found quite a wide audience, primed not only by revisiting minimalism at its most pop (who hasn’t, by now, heard at least one Philip

Lubomyr Melnyk ~ Windmills

Ukrainian pianist Lubomyr Melnyk calls his work “continuous music”, and it’s easy to see why: with so many notes in such short spaces, one hears a flow into chords that borders on drone.  It’s entirely possible that Windmills contains more single notes than any

Lubomyr Melnyk ~ Windmills

Ukrainian pianist Lubomyr Melnyk calls his work “continuous music”, and it’s easy to see why: with so many notes in such short spaces, one hears a flow into chords that borders on drone.  It’s entirely possible that Windmills contains more single notes than any

ACL 2013: Sound Propositions

To be honest, I always find myself resisting these end of year celebrations. For starters, the year ends on December 31, so if nothing else I need the time to even begin to reflect at all properly on the preceding

ACL 2013: Sound Propositions

To be honest, I always find myself resisting these end of year celebrations. For starters, the year ends on December 31, so if nothing else I need the time to even begin to reflect at all properly on the preceding