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  1. Realization and Analysis of Conlon Nancarrow's Study No. 37 for Player Piano
  2. Find classical music concert listings | Beethoven | Netherlands

That situation did not improve in Mexico's musical environment, also with few musicians available who could perform his works, so the need to find an alternative way of having his pieces performed became even more pressing.

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Taking a suggestion from Henry Cowell's book New Musical Resources , which he bought in New York in , Nancarrow found the answer in the player piano, with its ability to produce extremely complex rhythmic patterns at a speed far beyond the abilities of humans. Nancarrow's first pieces combined the harmonic language and melodic motifs of early jazz pianists like Art Tatum with extraordinarily complicated metrical schemes.

Realization and Analysis of Conlon Nancarrow's Study No. 37 for Player Piano

His later works were abstract, with no obvious references to any music apart from his own. Many of these later pieces which he generally called studies are canons in augmentation or diminution i.

While most canons using this device, such as those by Johann Sebastian Bach, have the tempos of the various parts in quite simple ratios, such as , Nancarrow's canons are in far more complicated ratios. The Study No.

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Having spent many years in obscurity, Nancarrow benefited from the release of an entire album of his work by Columbia Records as part of a brief flirtation of the label's classical division with modern avant-garde music. Taking a suggestion from Henry Cowell's book New Musical Resources , which he bought in New York in , Nancarrow found the answer in the player piano, with its ability to produce extremely complex rhythmic patterns at a speed far beyond the abilities of humans. Nancarrow's first pieces combined the harmonic language and melodic motifs of early jazz pianists like Art Tatum with extraordinarily complicated metrical schemes.

His later works were abstract, with no obvious references to any music apart from his own. Many of these later pieces which he generally called studies are canons in augmentation or diminution i.

Find classical music concert listings | Beethoven | Netherlands

While most canons using this device, such as those by Johann Sebastian Bach, have the tempos of the various parts in quite simple ratios, such as , Nancarrow's canons are in far more complicated ratios. The Study No. Having spent many years in obscurity, Nancarrow benefited from the release of an entire album of his work by Columbia Records as part of a brief flirtation of the label's classical division with modern avant-garde music.


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This increased interest in his work prompted him to write for conventional instruments, and he composed several works for small ensembles.