Morton Subotnick – 4 Butterflies. Label: Columbia Masterworks – M 32741. Series: Modern American Music Series –. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. Matrix, Runout (Side A run-out area ): MAL 32741-1B. Matrix, Runout (Side B run-out area ): MBL 32741-1D. Other Versions (3 of 3) View All. Cat.
Complete your Morton Subotnick collection. 4 Butterflies (8-Trk, Album, Quad). Columbia Masterworks. 4 Butterflies (LP, Album, Quad).
Artists Morton Subotnick 4 Butterflies. 4 Butterflies Morton Subotnick. This album has an average beat per minute of 81 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 60/145 BPM). Tracklist 4 Butterflies.
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Silver Apples of the Moon is the debut album by American composer and musician Morton Subotnick, released by Nonesuch Records in July 1967. It contains the titular composition which is split into two different parts.
Morton Subotnick 1974 4 Butterflies. 01. Butterfly No. 1 7:47 02. Interlude 1:23 03. 2 9:32 04. 3 7:23 05. Interlude 1:40 06. 4 7:07. One the conspicuous outcome of such an attitude was an atonal coated naïveté that makes Morton’s electro-butterflies exceedingly cute, and the patterns of their erratic sonic flights mostly charming. What the butterflies as compositions lack in insight - which could definitely have been reinvigorated had Subotnik engaged in explicit dialogue with atonality – they excel in aural lightness and candid inconsistencies that only increase their soothing, colourful (not to be confounded with chromatic) spell
Butterfly No. 1
Butterfly No. 2
Butterfly No. 3
Butterfly No. 4
Phonographic Copyright (p)
Written-By, Performer, Synthesizer [The Electric Music Box], Liner Notes
Created by Morton Subotnick on the Electric Music Box