Téléchargement le album Phill Niblock - The Movement Of People Working
|1||Cello & Bassoon||25:03|
|2||Sur Una (Mexico)||25:05|
|5||Trabajando Una (Mexico)||22:39|
|6||E For Gibson||22:25|
|7||A Third Trombone||20:40|
|8||... Every Tune||22:48|
|11||Not Untitled, Knot Untied - Old|
Executive-Producer – Roger Richards
|14||Sur Dos (Peru)||25:14|
|15||Trabajando Dos (Mexico)||23:56|
|16||According To Guy (Version III)|
Edited By – Phill NiblockRecorded By – Steve Cellum
|17||A Mix Of Cello & Bassoon And Contrabassoon & Contrabass||25:09|
|XDVD 001, MC-766||Phill Niblock||The Movement Of People Working (Hybrid, DualDisc, NTSC)||Extreme, Microcinema International||XDVD 001, MC-766||US||2008|
- Artwork – Roger Richards
- Film Director – Phill Niblock
- Mastered By – Byron Scullin, François Tétaz
- Recorded By – Phil Edelstein (tracks: A1 to A4, B5 to B9), Richard Lainhart (tracks: A1 to A4, B5 to B9)
DualDisc DVD-Video release gathered films shot by Phill Niblock (Mexico & Peru 1973-74 / Hong-Kong 1978 / Hungary 1985) and works composed by Phill Niblock (1975-83).
Films processed and printed by Joel David at J & D Film Labs, New-York.
Transfers to video (Digital Beta) at Gun for hire post, New-York.
Mastered at Moosemastering, Melbourne.
First seven tracks recorded at the Music Department of the State University of New-York, Albany (1975-80).
Scores for According To Guy (Version III) realized on multitrack tape at Experimental Intermedia in New-York.
Multi-zone / Color / NTSC 5.1 / Dolby Surround [3:58] / 4:3.
- Produced At – Experimental Intermedia Foundation
- Mastered At – Moose Mastering
- Recorded At – Electronic Music Studios, State University Of New York
Phill Niblock born October 2, 1933 in Anderson, Indiana is an American composer, filmmaker, videographer, and director of Experimental Intermedia, a foundation for avant-garde music based in New York with a parallel branch in Ghent, Belgium. 1 Early life and education. Niblock has also made a number of films and videos, including several in a series titled The Movement of People Working. Filmed in primarily rural environments in many countries China, Brazil, Portugal, Lesotho, Puerto Rico, Hong Kong, the Arctic, Mexico, Hungary, the Adirondacks, Peru, the films look at everyday work, frequently agrarian or marine labor. This leading US minimalist composer and filmmaker, presented his music and films simultaneously in a special concert. The films, made between which songs from which albums Phill Niblock played during the The Movement of People Working started making these films back in 1973, upon visiting Mexico and Peru. It was here that he set out on his observation of the impersonal machinations of work. These films concentrate specifically on the work of human hands, both in terms of crafts, like weaving, and on the more industrial scale of farming, as is focused on by the films shot in Hungary, made in 1985 the most recent work here. In this Hungarian sequence a man reaps in a field using an old-fashioned scythe: the worker's rhythmic torsional movements are beautifully mirrored by Niblock's droning woodwind, as the. Phill Niblock. Phill Niblock is an American composer, filmmaker, videographer, and director of Experimental Intermedia, a foundation for. Thereafter he made a number of films in a series titled i The Movement of People Workingi. Filmed in primarily rural environments in many countries, the films look at everyday work, frequently agrarian or marine labor. These films are remarkable for their realistic quality and absence of artifice, their use of long takes in high resolution and their supposedly artless juxtaposition of compelling images in vivid colors. 2003 The Movement of People Working Video producer. 1991 Fluxus Replayed Short producer. 1988 China Short producer. 1981 A Christmas Album Short special thanks - as Phil Niblock. Personal Details. The films, made between 1973-1991, focus on. Phill Niblock: The Movement of People Working Quotes. There are no approved quotes yet for this movie. Movie & TV guides. Phill Niblock was born October 2, 1933, in Anderson, Indiana, and gained a degree in Economics before turning to photography and film in 1960. He shot portraits of many leading personalities in New York's jazz and avant-garde art circles in the early 1960s, ranging from Duke Ellington and Sun Ra to John Cage and Yoko Ono. Inspired by Morton Feldman's pieces containing extremely drawn-out notes, as well as by other music, he began to make music himself, and became part of the scene around the Sonic Arts Union Gordon Mumma, Alvin Lucier, and others. Niblocks most monumental film production, The Movement of People Working, has taken over twenty years to complete, from 1973 to 1992. It is a series of more than twenty-five hours of 16mm films and videos made around the world, in such countries as Mexico, China, Hungary, Brazil, Indonesia, and others. Phill Niblock I studied economics at Indiana University, then I was in the army for two years before I came to New York in August 1958. But I spent a month in Europe on leave-a vacation, really. I went to the Brussels Expo on that trip