MATRIXSYNTH: Art of Moog - 21st Century Hyper-Bach on Synthesizers

Thursday, May 31, 2018

Art of Moog - 21st Century Hyper-Bach on Synthesizers


Published on Oct 18, 2017


Playlist:
1. Art of Moog - 21st Century Hyper-Bach on Synthesizers
A preview of the Art of Moog project, performing J S Bach live on synthesizers. The group's London debut takes place Saturday 14th April 2018, 9.15pm at King's Place, as part of the 2018 Bach Weekend
2. Art of Moog - 21st century Hyper-Bach - music only, no talking!
Music-only preview of the Art of Moog project, performing J S Bach live on synthesizers. The group's London debut takes place Saturday 14th April 2018, 9.15pm at King's Place, as part of the 2018 Bach Weekend. Catch a preview performance on 16th February 2018 at Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, in the Birmingham International Recorder and Early Music Festival
3. Art of Moog in rehearsal - J S Bach Chorus from BWV8 with Akai EWI
Rehearsing for our Birmingham preview and London debut with guest artist Annabel Knight on Akai EWI. Other instruments: Moog, Prophet, Nord. www.artofmoog.com
4. Bach Chorale prelude in F minor BWV 639 (as featured in Solaris) - synth performance by Art of Moog
Art of Moog in rehearsal at Birmingham Conservatoire, UK, playing J S Bach's Chorale prelude in F minor, BWV 639 - as featured in Tarkovsky's Solaris. More info at www.artofmoog.com
5. Art of Moog, Bach on synthesizers - 2018 concerts
Art of Moog in rehearsal, and an introduction to their 2018 concerts, by group founder and director Robin Bigwood. Also featuring Steven Devine and Martin Perkins playing Moog, Nord and Prophet synthesizers, and Annabel Knight playing Akai EWI. www.artofmoog.com
6. Art of Moog, Bach on synths, Birmingham Conservatoire preview concert highlights
A few excerpts from Art of Moog's preview performance at Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, 16th February 2018. Synths: Robin Bigwood, Steven Devine, Martin Perkins; EWI/Moog: Annabel Knight
7. Aria from J S Bach's Goldberg Variations, on the Moog modular synthesizer
Art of Moog in the studio with the mighty Moog System 55, making an old-school multitrack of the Goldberg Variations Aria. Recorder May 2018 at Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, UK.

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