A Different Nature playlist for 12/09/2013

Program name: 
A Different Nature
Air date: 
12/09/2013
ArtistTitleAlbumLabel
Adam Rudolph/Go: Organic Orchestrapart VI - SonarThought FormsMeta Records
part VII - Interior
Magnetic Fields Of MindWeb Of LightMeta Records
Blue ValleyGo: Organic Orchestra: Vol. 1Meta Records
Glimpse and DepartureCan You Imagine...The Sound of DreamMeta Records
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Adam Rudolph/Go: Organic Orchestra featuring Yusef LateefAmanitaunreleasedYoutube clip
Adam Rudolph/Go: Organic OrchestraNeither Mirage Nor DeathCan You Imagine...The Sound of DreamMeta Records
Web Of LightWeb Of LightMeta Records
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Adam Rudolph/Go: Organic Orchestrapart II - MirrorsThought FormsMeta Records
Dance Drama Part 3 (Blue)Can You Imagine...The Sound of DreamMeta Records
Atmospheres Of Thought Pt. 1Web Of LightMeta Records
Atmospheres Of Thought Pt. 2
Atmospheres Of Thought Pt. 3
Atmospheres Of Thought Pt. 4
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Adam Rudolph/Go: Organic OrchestraPart One (Invitation)Sonic MandalaMeta Records
Part Two
Murmuration (part 3)unreleasedYoutube clip
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Adam Rudolph/Go: Organic OrchestraCircumambulationGo: Organic Orchestra: Vol. 1Meta Records
To Rafter, To SkylightCan You Imagine...The Sound of DreamMeta Records
part XI - GoldenThought FormsMeta Records
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Adam Rudolph/Go: Organic OrchestraPart Twelve (Universal Mother)Sonic MandalaMeta Records
Adam Rudolph's Go: Organic Orchestra ranges in size from 18 to 54 instrumentalists. Large woodwind and percussion sections, augmented by brass and sometimes strings. Go: Organic Orchestra employs an original music notation and conducting system developed by Rudolph.   Free Jazz/World Music.  Go: Organic Orchestra.  Instruments from African, Latin-American, Middle-Eastern, and Asian musical traditions along side Western instruments fusing deep elements of free jazz and world music.   This week's host: Andy Hosch
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Adam Rudolph bio

For the past three decades composer, improviser and percussionist Adam Rudolph has performed extensively in concert throughout North & South America, Europe, Africa, and Asia. Rudolph has been hailed as “a pioneer in world music” by the NY Times and "a master percussionist” by Musician magazine. He has released 25 recordings under his own name, featuring his compositions and percussion work. Rudolph composes for his ensembles Moving Pictures and Organic Orchestra, an 18 to 54 piece group for which he has developed an original music notation and conducting system. He has taught and conducted hundreds of musicians in the Organic Orchestra concept; most recently in Sicily, Naples, Oslo, and Istanbul, NYC and LA. Rudolph recently premiered his opera The Dreamer, based on the text of Friedreich Nietzsche's "The Birth of Tragedy".

Rudolph has performed with Don Cherry, Jon Hassell, Sam Rivers, Pharaoh Sanders, L. Shankar, A.A.C.M co-founders Fred Anderson and Muhal Richard Abrams, Wadada Leo Smith, and Omar Sosa. He has toured extensively and recorded 15 albums with Yusef Lateef including duets and their large ensemble compositional collaborations.

Born in 1955, Rudolph grew up in the Hyde Park area of the Southside of Chicago. From an early age he was exposed to the live music performances of the great blues and improvising artists who lived nearby. As a teenager, Rudolph started playing hand drums in local streets and parks and soon apprenticed with elders of African American improvised music. He performed regularly in Chicago with Fred Anderson and in Detroit with the Contemporary Jazz Quintet. In 1973 Rudolph played on his first record date with Maulawi Nururdin and with the CJQ at the Ann Arbor Blues and Jazz festival.. 

 

In 1977 he lived and studied in Ghana, where he experienced trance ceremonies. In his travels throughout West Africa he saw how music can come from a cosmological grounding beyond music itself and can also be about something beyond music itself. In 1978 he lived in Don Cherry’s house in the Swedish countryside. Cherry inspired him to start composing and showed him about Ornette Coleman’s concept and the connection of music to nature.

 

Rudolph is known as one the early innovators of what is now called “World Music”. In 1978 he and Gambian Kora player Jali Foday Musa Suso co-founded The Mandingo Griot Society, one of the first groups to combine African and American music. In 1988, he recorded the first fusion of American and Gnawa music with Sintir player and singer Hassan Hakmoun. Rudolph intensely studied North Indian Tabla for over 15 years with Pandit Taranath Rao. He learned hundreds of drum compositions and about how music is a form of Yoga – the unity of mind, body and spirit. In 1988 Rudolph began his association with Yusef Lateef, with whom he has recorded over 15 albums including several of their large ensemble collaborations. Lateef introduced Rudolph to the inspirational practice of Autophysiopsychic Music – “that which comes from one’s spiritual, physical and emotional self”. Rudolph still performs worldwide with Dr. Lateef. Their performances have ranged from their acclaimed duet concerts to appearances as guest soloists with the Koln, Atlanta and Detroit symphony orchestras.

 

Rudolph continues to also create visual art – painting, drawing, photography - and to write. In 2006, his rhythm repository and methodology book, Pure Rhythm was published by Advance Music, Germany. In 2010 Rudolph’s article Music and Mysticism: Rhythm and Form was published in Arcana V, edited by John Zorn. Other essays have been published by Parabola Magazine and Morton Books. Rudolph has been on the faculty of Creative Music Studio ( New York and Istanbul) Esalen Institute, California Institute of the Arts and the Danish Jazz Federation Summer Institute. Rudolph has received grants and compositional commissions from the Rockefeller Foundation, Chamber Music America, Meet the Composer, Mary Flagler Cary Trust, the NEA, Arts International, Durfee Foundation, Phaedrus Foundation and American Composers Forum.

 

 

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