NOVA MUSICHA NO. 6: FOUR PRINCIPLES ON IRELAND Vinyl Record
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2012 release. Having worked closely with Karlheinz Stockhausen during the late 1950s, the Irish-born Cornelius Cardew became a major figure in the European avant-garde music scene over the following decade. However, by the early 1970s Cardew had become deeply involved in the international communist movement, which created a growing rift between himself and his colleagues (particularly after his book Stockhausen Serves Imperialism was published in 1974). As Cardew's politics changed, so did his music, which began drawing more and more from the populist roots of folk music. On Nova Musicha No. 6: Four Principles on Ireland and Other Pieces (1974) Cardew proposes a series of compositions based on the revolutionary songs of different countries (i.e. the Irish Rebellion of 1798, the Islamic Rebellion of 1937, the uprisings in West Berlin in the early seventies). It is perhaps not surprising that Cardew's new music found a home in 1970s Italy (this LP was originally released on the Italian Cramps label in 1975), as the Italian Communist Party was extremely strong during this era. 180-gram vinyl reissue. Pocket gatefold jacket with printed inner sleeve.
A1. The Croppy Boy (2:47)
A2. Father Murphy (2:59)
A3. Four Principles On Ireland (5:52)
A4. Charge (3:19)
A5. Song and Dance (2:16)
A6. Sailing the Seas Depends On the Helmsman (1:33)
B1. Bethanien (4:02)
B2. Bring the Hand a New Life (4:12)
B3. The East Is Red (1:33)
B4. Red Flag Prelude (3:07)
B5. Soon (There Will Be a High Tide of Revolution in Our Country) (2:07)
B6. Long Live Chairman Mao (1:58)
B7. Revolution Is the Main Trend in the World Today (3:18)
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