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Full house on a Thursday night! Cycling, basketball, and volleyball!πŸš΄πŸ½πŸš΄πŸ½β€β™€οΈπŸ€πŸ What don't we have here at VELO? πŸ€”#thursdaynights #rogersessions #velodrome
Full house on a Thursday night! Cycling, basketball, and volleyball!πŸš΄πŸ½πŸš΄πŸ½β€β™€οΈπŸ€πŸ What don't we have here at VELO? πŸ€”#thursdaynights  #rogersessions  #velodrome 
Can't help thinking this dog's childhood bears some not-entirely-coincidental resemblance to my own... πŸ™‚πŸ’œπŸΆπŸ‘#dogswholovetwelvetonemusic
Can't help thinking this dog's childhood bears some not-entirely-coincidental resemblance to my own... πŸ™‚πŸ’œπŸΆπŸ‘#dogswholovetwelvetonemusic 
Album art detail: #RandallHodgkinson Plays Works By #DonaldMartino And #RogerSessions (New World Records, 1984).
Mercury Lining Presence SR90103. 33rpm 180gram.

Roger Sessions

His first big success was the 1928 The Black Maskers: Suite. His style subsequently evolved through the open intervals of the Symphony No. 1 to the more chromatic Violin Concerto of 1935. Later works in the 1950s used the 12-note technique, as exemplified by works such as the Symphony No. 3.

Colin McPhee

Tabuh-Tabuhan was composed in Mexico in 1936.
The title of the work derives from the Baliness word tabuh, originally meaning the mallet used for striking a percussion instrument, but extended to mean strike or beat - the drum, a gong xylophone or metallophone.
Tabuh-Tabuhan is thus a Balinese collective noun, meaning different drum rhythms, metric forms, gong punctuations, gamelans, and music essentially percussive.

#RogerSessions#ColinMcPhee#BlackMaskers#TabuhTabuhan#1957#EastmanRochesterOrchestra#HowardHanson#MercuryRecords#LivingPresence#audiophilerecords#classical#instaclassical#classicalmusic#instamusic#rarerecords#rarevinyls#recordcollector#recordcollection#vinylclub#vinylgram#vinyloftheday#vinylcommunity#vinyligclub#vinylcollectionpost#nowspinning#SpeakersCornerRecords
Mercury Lining Presence SR90103. 33rpm 180gram. Roger Sessions His first big success was the 1928 The Black Maskers: Suite. His style subsequently evolved through the open intervals of the Symphony No. 1 to the more chromatic Violin Concerto of 1935. Later works in the 1950s used the 12-note technique, as exemplified by works such as the Symphony No. 3. Colin McPhee Tabuh-Tabuhan was composed in Mexico in 1936. The title of the work derives from the Baliness word tabuh, originally meaning the mallet used for striking a percussion instrument, but extended to mean strike or beat - the drum, a gong xylophone or metallophone. Tabuh-Tabuhan is thus a Balinese collective noun, meaning different drum rhythms, metric forms, gong punctuations, gamelans, and music essentially percussive. #RogerSessions #ColinMcPhee #BlackMaskers #TabuhTabuhan #1957 #EastmanRochesterOrchestra #HowardHanson #MercuryRecords #LivingPresence #audiophilerecords #classical #instaclassical #classicalmusic #instamusic #rarerecords #rarevinyls #recordcollector #recordcollection #vinylclub #vinylgram #vinyloftheday #vinylcommunity #vinyligclub #vinylcollectionpost #nowspinning #SpeakersCornerRecords 
Mercury Lining Presence SR90103. 33rpm 180gram.

Roger Sessions

His first big success was the 1928 The Black Maskers: Suite. His style subsequently evolved through the open intervals of the Symphony No. 1 to the more chromatic Violin Concerto of 1935. Later works in the 1950s used the 12-note technique, as exemplified by works such as the Symphony No. 3.

Colin McPhee

Tabuh-Tabuhan was composed in Mexico in 1936.
The title of the work derives from the Baliness word tabuh, originally meaning the mallet used for striking a percussion instrument, but extended to mean strike or beat - the drum, a gong xylophone or metallophone.
Tabuh-Tabuhan is thus a Balinese collective noun, meaning different drum rhythms, metric forms, gong punctuations, gamelans, and music essentially percussive.

#RogerSessions#ColinMcPhee#BlackMaskers#TabuhTabuhan#1957#EastmanRochesterOrchestra#HowardHanson#MercuryRecords#LivingPresence#audiophilerecords#classical#instaclassical#classicalmusic#instamusic#rarerecords#rarevinyls#recordcollector#recordcollection#vinylclub#vinylgram#vinyloftheday#vinylcommunity#vinyligclub#vinylcollectionpost#nowspinning#SpeakersCornerRecords
Mercury Lining Presence SR90103. 33rpm 180gram. Roger Sessions His first big success was the 1928 The Black Maskers: Suite. His style subsequently evolved through the open intervals of the Symphony No. 1 to the more chromatic Violin Concerto of 1935. Later works in the 1950s used the 12-note technique, as exemplified by works such as the Symphony No. 3. Colin McPhee Tabuh-Tabuhan was composed in Mexico in 1936. The title of the work derives from the Baliness word tabuh, originally meaning the mallet used for striking a percussion instrument, but extended to mean strike or beat - the drum, a gong xylophone or metallophone. Tabuh-Tabuhan is thus a Balinese collective noun, meaning different drum rhythms, metric forms, gong punctuations, gamelans, and music essentially percussive. #RogerSessions #ColinMcPhee #BlackMaskers #TabuhTabuhan #1957 #EastmanRochesterOrchestra #HowardHanson #MercuryRecords #LivingPresence #audiophilerecords #classical #instaclassical #classicalmusic #instamusic #rarerecords #rarevinyls #recordcollector #recordcollection #vinylclub #vinylgram #vinyloftheday #vinylcommunity #vinyligclub #vinylcollectionpost #nowspinning #SpeakersCornerRecords 
noel lee - la musique americaine de piano au xx siecle. volume 2.
valois. france.
cover by robert planet.
#vinyl #contemporary #noellee #piano #robertplanet #valois #aaroncopland #rogersessions #elliottcarter