"Pain Changes" music video- by Shara Worden, Owen Pallett, Bryce Dessner, and Nico Muhly.
death speaks by David Lang
Beautiful song cycle featuring the lovely vocals of Shara Worden.
Composer David Lang’s death speaks will be released on April 30th. The album features Bryce Dessner, Shara Worden, Owen Pallett, and Nico Muhly and was produced by Bryce.
If any of you in the Chicago area are attending the upcoming eighth blackbird concerts (featuring Bryce, Nico, and Shara), the composer and artists will be signing copies of the CD after the concert on Wednesday, May 1st. Tickets and more info for that event are available here.
More of Owen Pallett from the Burgundy Stain Sessions. “E Is for Estranged.” Gorgeous.
Thomas Bartlett said that this was the first time during these sessions that he has ever left the stage and turned the show over completely to one of his guests.
Owen Pallett | Many Lives 49mp
I think I’m going to post this video every day until every single one of my followers loves Owen Pallett cause I’m binging hard today and this video makes me tear up every time
Q2 Music has now archived many of the programs associated with the American Mavericks Festival, including all of the Maverick Mixtapes, with selections from Owen Pallett, Shara Worden, Richard Reed Parry, and Son Lux. Bryce Dessner was originally on the mixtapes schedule, but it never aired.
If you missed the March 24 live broadcast of the Anonymous 4 program featuring Mountain Goats member John Darnielle’s song cycle Transcendental Youth, arranged by Owen Pallett, listen at the link here.
Explore Wrapping Up Ecstatic 2012 for the best of this year’s Ecstatic Music Festival.
Owen Pallett has compiled a Maverick Mixtape focusing entirely on the work of Van Dyke Parks. The show will air Wednesday, March 28 at 2pm ET on Q2 Music. Follow the link to read a tracklist and Owen’s statement.
"But the biggest distinguishing mark of the indie-classical scene is its lack of distinguishing marks. This is music that does not have to argue for its very right to exist, which means it's free to drift into dreamy cul-de-sacs, to explore drift and texture, to smear the borders of form."
-Jayson Greene (Pitchfork)
Indie-classical, new music, alt-classical, DIY indie--call it what you will.
yMusic, Clogs, Steve Reich, Son Lux, Nico Muhly, Sarah Kirkland Snider, My Brightest Diamond, David Lang, Philip Glass, Owen Pallett, Bryce Dessner, Aaron Dessner, Jonny Greenwood, Judd Greenstein, Kronos Quartet, eighth blackbird, Sufjan Stevens, and many more.
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