Percussion – Rich O'DonnellVoice – Rozalyn Wykes
|2||Dimensões Para Quatro Teclados|
Electric Piano, Electric Organ, Harpsichord [Amplified], Piano [Amplified] – Jocy de Oliveira
Bass Guitar – Dodo FerreiraPercussion – John BoudlerViolin [Electric Five-strings Violin] – Ayrton PintoVoice – Jocy de Oliveira, Martha Herr
Piano [Prepared] – Jocy de OliveiraRecorded By, Tape – Ron Pellegrino
|30.024||Jocy de Oliveira||Estórias Para Voz, Instrumentos Acústicos e Eletrônicos (LP)||Fif||30.024||Brazil||1981|
|032||Jocy de Oliveira||Estórias Para Voz, Instrumentos Acústicos e Eletrônicos (CDr, Ltd, Unofficial)||Creel Pone||032||US||2006|
- Composed By, Liner Notes [Uncredited] – Jocy de Oliveira
- Cover – Roberto Neves
- Engineer – Carlos A. Duttweller (tracks: A3, B)
- Liner Notes – Bradford Bailey
- Photography By [Photo-cover] – Eleazar De Carvalho
- Producer – Pietro Maranca
Edition of 300 copies
The LP comes as a limited edition, in full color cover with a printed inner sleeve housing a Nagaoka anti-static record sleeve,
red colored vinyl and an original insert that functions as obi as well.
Track titles have been noted incorrectly on this reissue with 'Wave Song' noted as the A2 track when it is in fact the A3 track.
A1. Estória II voice, percussion and tape
Tape recorded at "Electronic Music Studio of Washing University" of St. Louis, USA.
Complete recording made in "Technisonic Studio of St. Louis, USA.
A2. Dimensões Para Quatro Teclados (for only one performer)
Recorded during the iSCM concert in Aarhus, Denmark.
A3. Wave Song - for piano and tape
Contribution of Ron Pellegrino. Tape recorded by Ron Pellegrino in his private study of electronic music in S. Francisco, USA.
Final recording made in Nosso Estúdio, São Paulo.
B1. Voices for Estória IV, electronic violin, bass guitar and percussion
Recorded in Nosso Estúdio, São Paulo.
- Rights Society: SIAE
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Etching Side A): BLUME 007 A1
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Etching Side B): BLUME 007 B1
- Copyright (c) – Blume
The legendary debut of Jocy De Oliveira. Released in 1981, during the last years of her countrys military dictatorship, Estórias Para Voz, Instrumentos Acústicos e Eletrônicos was met by controversy before quickly sinking from view heard by almost no one beyond Brazils and pianist Jocy de Oliveira was born in Curitiba and spent her youth in São Paulo. In contrast to many Brazilian musicians she has spent a very significant part of her career outside Brazil, with study in Paris and many international concert performances and recordings. Her interpretations of the Catalogue des Oiseaux and the Vingt Regards by Olivier Messiaen were issued by Vox in the seventies. Her recent work in music theater is available on a number of compact discs. Inori à prostituta sagrada RER and Illud tempus O. Discs are the first and second parts of a tril read more. The legendary debut of Jocy De Oliveira - and a landmark classic from the 70s Brazlian Electronic music scene. To quote Keith Fullerton Whitman, this is the lost Tropicalia, Psych, free-Vocal, Rin. Released in 1981, during the last years of her countrys military dictatorship, Estórias Para Voz, Instrumentos Acústicos e Eletrônicos was met by controversy before quickly sinking from view - heard by almost no one beyond Brazils borders. Among the most astounding realisations of electroacoustic process ever recorded - a work of shimmering beauty and potential, across its two sides, Oliveira yields works which level the field. Jocy de Oliveira. Estorias Para Voz Instrumentos Acusticos E Eletronicos. Your Rating. Jocy de Oliveira album bestography. Higher ranked This album 18,402nd Lower ranked -Estórias Para Voz, Instrumentos Acústicos E Eletrônicos-. Upcoming concerts. Your feedback for Estórias Para Voz, Instrumentos Acústicos E Eletrônicos. Disc IDs. Cover Art 1. Jocy de Oliveira Brasilian pianist in 1967. Additional details. Type: Album. Status: Official. Language: Portuguese. Script: Latin. Album Cover Art Images Songs Movie Posters Composers Piano Musicians The Voice. More information. Rupert Carey DO IT YOURSELF. Pharoah Sanders Commercial Art Vinyl Art Cover Art Afro Jazz Notes Ceiling Lights Sketches. Songs in album Luis Delgado - Vathek - Procesos Electrónicos Para Instrumentos Acústicos 1986. Luis Delgado - La Gran Torre De Samarah Voz Y Armonica. Luis Delgado - La Puerta De Ébano Corneta. Luis Delgado - El Sacrificio De Catoul Sanza. Luis Delgado - El Llanto De Nouronihar Trompa Marina. Jocy De Oliveira's Estórias Para Voz, Instrumentos Acústicos E Eletrônicos. In 1968 Oliveira became the sole Latin American contributor to Source: Music Of The Avant Garde. Originally released in 1981, Estórias Para Voz, Instrumentos Acústicos E Eletrônicos hit the ground during the last years of Brazil's military dictatorship and it was met with controversy. Its works draw on a diverse range of the countrys musics and percussion traditions, as well as Indian raga structures and Japanese Shomyo singing inspired in part by the sounds of immigrant communities within Sao Paulo, the city where Oliveira grew up, explains Blume's press release. Jocy de Oliveira born 1936 is a Brazilian pianist, multimedia artist and composer. Jocy de Oliveira was born in Curitiba and grew up in São Paulo, Brazil. She studied in São Paulo with Joseph Kliass, in Paris with Marguerite Long, and in St. Louis with Robert Wykes. She received a Master of Arts from Washington University in St. De Oliveira became a concert pianist as a child, playing internationally with artists including Stravinsky and John Cage. She married conductor Eleazar de Carvalho