Michael Nyman - The Zoo II - Taking A Line For A Second Walk album
2004 Signum Music Reissue Cover. Taking a Line for a Second Walk is the name of piano duo reduction of a dance work for orchestra by Michael Nyman, Basic Black, written in 1986 for the Houston Ballet. It is eponymous with a 1994 album on Work Music on which it constitutes approximately half the material. The album is also known as Music for Two Pianos, which is given as the album's name on the back cover and insert back, while Taking a Line for a Second Walk appears on the front cover, spine, and physical disc. The actual quote: "Signum's new release of music for two pianos by Michael Nyman wins the award for most unhelpful sleeve notes.
publishers: Chester Music Ltd & Michael Nyman Ltd ( Lady in the Red Hat & Taking a Line for a Second Walk ) Michael Nyman Limited ( Water Dances ). photography: Eric Butcher & James Braberson ( The Zoo Duet ) Work Music ( Michael Nyman ) design: Rob Andrews.
The album – recorded with the Michael Nyman Band – finds McAlmont putting lyrics based on contemporary news stories to 11 pieces of Nyman music drawn from different phases of his career. In 2012, he made a soundtrack for film Everyday. Keith H. Yoo in 2012 commissioned Nyman to write a 26 minutes long piano quintet in four movements titled Through the Only Window. 1986 – Taking a Line for a Second Walk (for orchestra (Basic Black) or piano duet). 1986 – The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat (opera; libretto by Christopher Rawlence; adapted from the Oliver Sacks case study by Nyman, Rawlence, and Michael Morris). 1986 – And Do They Do (for the Michael Nyman Band). 1987 – Touch the Earth (for two sopranos, violin, and viola). 1987 – Vital Statistics (opera; libretto by Victoria Hardie) - withdrawn and revised into Facing Goya in 2000.
The Zoo Duet perform works by Michael Nyman for two pianos. Track 1 on SIGCD506 Download only. Track-specific metadata for SIGCD506 track 1. Artists. Nyman: Music for two pianos (SIGCD506) Disc 1 Track 1 Release date: May 2004 Download only. Facts about CDs What should I do if I have a faulty CD?
Michael Nyman is the third album release by Michael Nyman and the second with the Michael Nyman Band, having previously contributed tracks to new music compilations. It also includes his first concert work for the band, "In Re Don Giovanni", which is built around a brief 15-bar phrase in the accompaniment of Leporello's catalog aria in Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's Don Giovanni, which was also released. Peter Greenaway Film Music (Michael Nyman Band & The Zoo Orchestra) released: 2011. Vertov Sounds released: 2010. Accoustic Accordions released: 2009. Taking a Line for a Second Walk: 3rd movement. Lady in the Red Hat. Water Dances: No. 1.
Michael Nyman Follow. Taking a Line for a Second Walk: 2nd movement lyrics. Adding lyrics does not take long and you help the community. Track 2 on The Zoo Duet: Music for Two Pianos. 1 Taking a Line for a Second Walk: 1st movement. 3 Taking a Line for a Second Walk: 3rd movement. Track 2 on Music for Two Pianos. Emmanuel BOUTOU - Concerto pour Clavecin (Harpsichord concerto) 2012: Compositeur né en 1966. Etudes au CNMD de Metz et au CERM (Centre Européen de Recherche Musicale) avec Claude LEFEBVRE (video from YouTube). Submit your thoughts. Post to my social networks.
Michael Nyman followed a traditional music education at the Royal Academy of Music and King's College London. Apparently turning his back on Classical Music traditions, he spent some time collecting examples of Romanian Folk Music before moving behind the scenes to work as a musicologist and critic. Though Nyman was to score several soundtracks for Greenaway, it was for a different director, Jane Campion, that Nyman's best known work was produced. The soundtrack to The Piano clearly illustrates his minimalist style, and yet demonstrates that it is both approachable and effective in this medium. Nuremberg - TV Mini-Series. Michael Nyman - Album Recommendations: Among the albums of Michael Nyman's music there are a considerable number of both concert music and film music.
Taking a Walk Lyrics: Scott Storch, Ooh, so they think I wanna die, yeah, 'Cause my doors are suicide, yeah, Bet my coffin would be nice, yeah, Stud that bitch up with some ice, yeah, These people. Trippie Redd takes a juxtapositional approach on Taking A Walk, the title coupled with the airy instrumental create a light-hearted and happy ambiance. Despite this, Trippie is actually referencing death which contrasts with the happy sounding beat. While he initially posted a snippet of this song in December of 2017, it was deleted and re-uploaded in early March 2018. Trippie released the song on August 6, 2018, as part of the pre-release for his first studio album, LIFE’S A TRIP, which was later released on August 10 of the same year. Taking a Walk" Track Info. Written By Scott Storch & Trippie Redd.
|Taking A Line For A Second Walk|
|4||Lady In The Red Hat||5:23|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Work Music London
- Copyright (c) – Work Music London
- Published By – Chester Music Ltd.
- Published By – Michael Nyman Ltd.
- Recorded At – The Floating Earth Piano Suite
- Design – Rob Andrews
- Edited By – Mike Cox
- Engineer [Recording] – Mike Hatch
- Executive-Producer – Richard Hodkinson
- Photography [Michael Nyman] – Work Music
- Photography By – Eric Butcher, James Braberson
- Producer – Tony Harrison
NotesThis is a very confusingly presented release.
The front cover and booklet give the artist as "The Zoo II" but the back cover states "The Zoo Duet", while the spine and hub do not give the artist at all but only list Michael Nyman.
The back cover and inside booklet also give the title as being "Music For Two Pianos".
Recorded february - march 1994 at the floating earth piano suite
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 5 029111 000131
- SPARS Code: DDD
|WRK 001-3||Michael Nyman - The Zoo II||Michael Nyman - The Zoo II - Taking A Line For A Second Walk (CD, Album)||Work Music London||WRK 001-3||UK||1994|
|SIGCD506||Michael Nyman - The Zoo Duet||Michael Nyman - The Zoo Duet - Music For Two Pianos (CD, Album)||Signum Classics||SIGCD506||UK||2004|