Bill Horvitz stretches the boundaries of guitar music and points it in new and exciting directions. Horvitz fuses traditional and extended techniques in a most inventive way; his strikingly personal instrumental vision endows the music with an infinite array of tonal color. Since 1974, Horvitz has led both large and small ensembles . Solo Electric Guitar And Compositions For 11-Piece Ensemble Third Stream 1991. Dust Devil Eclectic Fusion 1997.
Bill Horvitz stretches the boundaries of guitar music and points it in new and exciting directions. In 2004 he recorded the CD Tuolumne Songs, compositions for solo acoustic guitar. Between 2006 and 2009 Bill composed the music for a 17-piece ensemble, The Bill Horvitz Expanded Band, in tribute to his late brother, Philip. The music has been performed in California and NYC to great acclaim.
As a composer, Horvitz has been commissioned by The Kitchen, The Kronos Quartet, Brooklyn Academy of Music, New World Records, The Seattle Chamber Players and Earshot Jazz. He has received commissioning grants from Meet the Composer, The National Endowment for the Arts, The New York State Arts Council, The Mary Flagler Carey Trust, The Seattle Arts Commission, The Lila Wallace-Reader's Digest Fund and The Fund for . In 1992 choreographer Paul Taylor created a new work, OZ, to eleven compositions by Wayne Horvitz in collaboration with the White Oak Dance Company.
Description: Includes a list of solo guitar and ensemble pieces, recorded 1986/ 1989. Recorded in January and April 1989 at OTR Studios, Burlingame, California Bill Horvitz: electric guitar, harmonica. Part Two 8/ The Way It Feels (Horvitz) 17:02 9/ Heat Lightning (Horvitz) 13:24 Recorded on December 5, 1986 in concert at Roulette, NYC, by Jim Staley and Zeena Parkins Bill Horvitz: electric guitar; Vincent Chancey: French horn; Herb Robertson: trumpet; George Cartwright: tenor; Elliott Sharp: electric bass, bass cla- rinet; Evan Gallagher: conductor; Jason Hwang: violin; Marion Brandis: flu- te
Wayne Horvitz's 14-piece group The Royal Room Collective Music Ensemble, based in Seattle, toured for almost a year before making this debut album. Most of the material was originally written for a smaller group; Horvitz breathed new life into these songs by rearranging them for his large ensemble. And although he is a superb keyboardist, Horvitz relegates all piano duties on the album while he concentrates on conducting this time around. 8. kHz, 24-bit PCM –Songlines Recordings Studio Masters.
Wayne Horvitz – 4 + 1 Ensemble. Label: Intuition Records – INT 3224-2. Engineer, Mixed By – Tucker Martine, Wayne Horvitz. Keyboards – Reggie Watts. Liner Notes – Jow Woodward. Matrix, Runout (Inner Ring): A0100243589-0101 11. Rights Society: GEMA.
Free music for Two, Three & Four Guitars in Notation and Tab Format arranged by Bill Tyers from GuitarDownunder. Ensemble Guitar Music. Hover over Composer or Title header to sort alphabetically. Select Composer or Title header to sort alphabetically. Imagine - Guitar Duo.
Expressed By The Circumference (Iluso, 2019) features nine compositions collectively composed by Elliott Sharp (electro-acoustic bass clarinet, electric guitar & electronics), Spanish Alvaro Domene (seven string electric guitar) and Australian Mike Caratti (drums & percussion). Their six piece were an exercise of pure improvisation .
|3||And A Time To Mourn||3:11|
|4||Coyote Man In The Center Of The Sun||4:13|
|8||Way It Feels||17:02|
- Recorded At – OTR Studios
- Recorded At – Roulette, New York, NY
- Bass, Tuba – David Hofstra (tracks: 8, 9)
- Conductor – Evan Gallagher (tracks: 8, 9)
- Drums – Bobby Previte (tracks: 8, 9)
- Electric Bass, Bass Clarinet – Elliott Sharp (tracks: 8, 9)
- Electric Guitar, Composed By – Bill Horvitz
- Engineer – Jim Staley (tracks: 8, 9), Zeena Parkins (tracks: 8, 9)
- Flute – Marion Brandis (tracks: 8, 9)
- French Horn – Vincent Chancey (tracks: 8, 9)
- Graphics [Assitnace] – Zea Morvitz
- Harmonica – Bill Horvitz (tracks: 1 to 7)
- Painting – Patty Trimble
- Piano – Myra Melford (tracks: 8, 9)
- Recorded By – Randy Sellgren (tracks: 1 to 7)
- Tenor Saxophone – George Cartwright (tracks: 8, 9)
- Trombone – Alex Lodico (tracks: 8, 9)
- Trumpet – Herb Robertson (tracks: 8, 9)
- Violin – Jason Hwang (tracks: 8, 9)
Notessolo guitar pieces recorded as performed January and April 1989 OTR Studios, Burlingame, California
ensemble recorded December 5, 1986 in concert at Roulette, NYC
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Label Code: LC 7553