John J.A. Jannone | Music for Dance 2001-2003

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Music for Dance 2001-2003

by John J.A. Jannone

Electronic music for modern dance. Abstract, immersive... sometimes beat-oriented, often not.
Genre: Electronic: Experimental
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1. Behind the Counter
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2. Union Square
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3. Prelude
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4. Guest
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5. Seeer
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John J.A. Jannone makes and studies noises and pictures, and is particularly interested in noises and pictures which somehow involve electricity and numbers. He is a tenured associate professor at Brooklyn College, and is director of the College's graduate programs in Performance and Interactive Media Arts.


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Noah Creshevsky

Hovers along the edges that separate human and electronic realities
I hadn't noticed the title (Music for Dance) until I had heard the album, but Jannone's music had nearly lifted me out of my chair as I listened. It's easy to hear the entire disc and to then play it again. Jannone's music is at once accessible and very deep. One can listen
carefully--there is so much detail--or casually. Jannone is both innately talented and a master technician. His pieces modulate seamlessly, hovering along the edges that separate human and electronic realities. In fact, Jannone succeeds in uniting human and electronic elements--fusing them into a music that is fresh, yet strangely familiar. There is nearly always a shadow of something human at the core of Jannone's music--bits of voices or fragments of tunes, fractured just enough to lend a sense of mystery. As one listens, it's possible to dance and party, or sit and study the bounty of compositional detail. I'd like to do both at the same time as I listen to these marvelous pieces. Highly recommended.