Morton Feldman ~ Rothko Chapel

坂巻洋
坂巻洋

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Vor 6 Tage
Peter J. Francis Dunlea de Barra
Peter J. Francis Dunlea de Barra

feLdMans yEAsT

Vor 2 Monate
Rob Johnson
Rob Johnson

This music makes me feel like carbon.

Vor 2 Monate
Fernando Bouzada
Fernando Bouzada

music to walk slowly like a cartoon

Vor 3 Monate
A.K. Mcallister
A.K. Mcallister

Stunning!

Vor 3 Monate
Cara Manuela Mayer Yepez
Cara Manuela Mayer Yepez

Vor 3 Monate
untitled
untitled

i love feldman but Rothko is just silly

Vor 5 Monate
борис швецов
борис швецов

видеоряд убивает даже вампиров Мурнау но музыка плетёт им плен паучими песнями

Vor 6 Monate
Tiago Morais Morgado
Tiago Morais Morgado

beautiful rendition

Vor 7 Monate
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2 ads b4 play on M. Feldman music...

Vor 9 Monate
Walter Littrell
Walter Littrell

This will stretch the space between your ears.

Vor year
Bobby Christopher
Bobby Christopher

Mark Rothko now gone 50 years 2/25/1970

Vor year
David A
David A

Probably his best work. Most of his other stuff is too ghastly to comment on.

Vor year
David A
David A

@Sally Lidge Proves that everything has some use!!! Lol.

Vor 3 Monate
Earl Robicheaux
Earl Robicheaux

I ask rhe simple question is there anything like this in our known universe?

Vor year
discordant dancers
discordant dancers

is the volume of a lot of his music purposely low or is it just the recordings?

Vor year
Caleb
Caleb

discordant dancers it’s purposely low. a vast majority of his music was intended to be played extremely quietly

Vor year
Ed Hammond
Ed Hammond

No one has talked about the art. Does anyone see the faces?

Vor year
Ed Hammond
Ed Hammond

Johnny Dominguez yes,for sure.

Vor year
Ed Hammond
Ed Hammond

Johnny Dominguez Interesting. Look on the right panel about what looks like a new feet down, there is a face kind of pointing towards the centerpiece facing down, with a long nose. That is the most obvious, But I see faces all over the right panel and some in the center also. The faces stand out in white. It could be like looking at clouds I see all kinds of things and in them.Thanks for replying. Why are so many geniuses tortured by Satan? Do they open the door or does he force his way in?I don’t need the music or enjoy it, too dark for me. Do you like the music?

Vor year
An open music curator
An open music curator

Meditative beauty. Music for the soul.

Vor year
Do Dezigns
Do Dezigns

Abstract Expressionist Interior Spaces: A Comparison of the effects of colour in: Le Corbusier's Chapel at Ronchamp and Mark Rothko's mural paintings in the Rothko Chapel. https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/1979414068/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_agwuDbV0AWJFT

Vor year
Amit Ben hur
Amit Ben hur

Your channel name is awesome

Vor year
Long Evenings
Long Evenings

I wasn't planning on sleeping tonight anyway

Vor 2 years
Hansko Visser
Hansko Visser

@George Dugas here one other person, tonight. but ok with that by now ;-)

Vor 2 Monate
sonicsnap117
sonicsnap117

Poignant music..

Vor 2 years
Joseph Carl Breil
Joseph Carl Breil

Whilst I am not usually a fan of Feldman's music I must say that this work is exceptional. Memorable too.

Vor 2 years
Social 21
Social 21

One of the biggest bullshit of our planet.

Vor 2 years
J. Henry
J. Henry

Feldman's best piece- it all comes together in this one work like none other.

Vor 2 years
Montse Maján Martínez
Montse Maján Martínez

False Zero is the Zero that nihilism asserts. True Zero does not, and can not exist; therefore all nihilism is false nihilism. Knowledge of this fact combined with residual hope (that True Zero was even a possibility fx) is Despair. Happy New Year y'all!

Vor 2 years
Christopher Brooks
Christopher Brooks

I would love to hear this live.

Vor 2 years
R.D. Dragon
R.D. Dragon

Was this his only piece for chorus? Human voices sound wonderful in Feldman's style.

Vor 2 years
Adi Singh
Adi Singh

johnny jewel brought me here.

Vor 2 years
Nathaniel Byers
Nathaniel Byers

Truly beautiful music, yet so painful.

Vor 2 years
sevgim mp
sevgim mp

Supeeer🖒🖒👏👏👏👏☝☝

Vor 3 years
Carlo Guarrera
Carlo Guarrera

Musica sublime. Feldman è uno dei più grandi musicisti del secondo novecento insieme a Ligeti, Scelsi e Pendereski.

Vor 3 years
Walter Stolarsky
Walter Stolarsky

para mi es el myor compositor del siglo XXy al decir de Cage encuentra pra mi una extrordinaria relacion entre espacio-silencio

Vor 3 years
1guy1wisdom
1guy1wisdom

Bueno.

Vor 22 Tage
Martyna Kułakowska
Martyna Kułakowska

beautiful.

Vor 3 years
Philippe Cirse
Philippe Cirse

Hypnotically beautiful !!!! Immediately accessible and transparent. Sounds surprisingly contemporary contrary to the aggressive roughness of many music today, exaggeratedly lenifying or unnecessarily brutal, imprint of a emptiness of which nothing approaches !!!!!!!

Vor 3 years
Bingerz
Bingerz

Kudos to Tom Waits for recommending a listen into this guy's body of work. A lot of great sounds, like with the particular piece here playing out like a mix of some dark ambient acid and Béla Bartók, at times like something Radiohead's Jonny Greenwood would recommend.

Vor 3 years
Lz l
Lz l

μncle βingo you gotta be making this shit up cmon

Vor 3 years
Mark Davis
Mark Davis

None of you understand Rothko.

Vor 4 years
Ed Hammond
Ed Hammond

Do you understand it Mr. Davis? If so, enlighten me.

Vor year
David Christian
David Christian

There seems to be some confusion about the difference between despair and nihilism

Vor 2 years
Lz l
Lz l

Only God does and Im guessing youre not Him.

Vor 3 years
Philippe Cirse
Philippe Cirse

This statement is solely the responsibility of the author .................;)

Vor 3 years
Mercury Poizund
Mercury Poizund

I think the cartoonist Don Martin used Rothko as the basis for many of his cartoons in Mad Magazine. ...seriously. lol.

Vor 4 years
Robert Davidson
Robert Davidson

One of the most beautiful things on our planet

Vor 4 years
Social 21
Social 21

@1guy1wisdom just go or even better don't go

Vor 22 Tage
1guy1wisdom
1guy1wisdom

@Social 21 Why?

Vor 22 Tage
Social 21
Social 21

Robert Davidson One of the biggest bullshit of our planet.

Vor 2 years
Maniac Circus
Maniac Circus

wowzers

Vor 4 years
AnaVVify AnaV Vify
AnaVVify AnaV Vify

Intéressant, en effet!

Vor 4 years
Scott Gammill
Scott Gammill

Very few paintings move me more than Rothko and not because he committed suicide - but because of the paintings themselves. And that is how I view this piece - beauty of its own right.

Vor 4 years
michele beart
michele beart

*********

Vor 4 years
Flavio Martignoni
Flavio Martignoni

Perfect music for these paintings

Vor 4 years
Brian Donohue
Brian Donohue

If you practice meditation and would like to have some sonic aura for it, this is excellent stuff. His much longer piano works are also helpful to this same purpose, that is if you appreciate that connection between sound that quietly explores and the self that silently explores the inner body. If so, I also recommend that your consider some of the works of Ligeti.

Vor 4 years
D. L.
D. L.

Some would say that it is not a good meditation habit to depend on musical input. It becomes an Achilles heal eventually as you can't properly meditate without the proper music. However, I catch your drift. Feldman, awesome take on modernist sound.

Vor 11 Monate
Bob Green
Bob Green

Yes, Ligeti. Also Eliane Radigue.

Vor 4 years
Richard Coldman
Richard Coldman

I like what you say here. Feldman makes music of ... otherness. Pure genius.

Vor 4 years
Brenda Vananna
Brenda Vananna

In an Italian interview, Bunita Marcus accuses her mentor Morton Feldman of sexually molesting her and other women, wrecking her marriage and stealing her ideas. The two composers worked closely together for seven years until Feldman’s early death in 1987. Feldman’s work is widely performed, Marcus’s less so.

Vor 4 years
Lepista
Lepista

thanks for this, wasn't aware

Vor 11 Monate
beatzies
beatzies

According to wikipedia, Marcus still "lectures, coaches and writes regularly on Morton Feldman's music." Presumably, she must think there's something in the work that's still significant enough to teach, despite whatever disgusting shit its author got into. I think art can be interesting/useful/good, even if it's made by monsters.

Vor 4 years
MUSIC?
MUSIC?

Thank you...

Vor 4 years
brancepethbob
brancepethbob

What is your agenda here?

Vor 4 years
MUSIC?
MUSIC?

Please cite the source and/or link... Thank you.

Vor 4 years
Aaron Dyer
Aaron Dyer

My first hearing of this piece and I loved every second of it!

Vor 4 years
John Appleseed
John Appleseed

I can hear the Webern strongly but this is out of this world good. Love you Feldman!

Vor 4 years
Mhiith
Mhiith

Why Webern?

Vor 2 Monate
Dr. Gregory Hamilton
Dr. Gregory Hamilton

Feldman is a great composer, no doubt. You can still hear the influence of the masters. And his favorite interval is a seventh!

Vor 4 years
Quidley Gromth
Quidley Gromth

My favorite Feldman. The first and best recording of this piece, supervised by Feldman. Karen Phillips, viola. I've heard several recordings and performances of this, all of them way too loud, strident, completely missing the point.

Vor 4 years
Haxo Angmark
Haxo Angmark

an effective sonic reponce to Rothko's nihilist paintings; my favorite of which consists of a black canvas with a yellow line across it. I'm not surprised Rothko committed suicide. One hopes Feldman is not cut from the same cloth. Aside, I mean, from both being Jews

Vor 4 years
untitled
untitled

hahahah nice

Vor 5 Monate
Lepista
Lepista

fuck off nazi

Vor 11 Monate
ilovemypiano
ilovemypiano

@beatzies I wonder whether staring 30 minutes or an hour at any random object would not induce the same kind of personal experiences in your mind. It seems a lot like a placebo effect or auto-suggestion. What is it about those paintings that make them so distinct in your opinion? If I want to experience meditation, I don't need any paintings for that.

Vor year
Hernan Luis Hermida
Hernan Luis Hermida

beatzies xulsolar

Vor 4 years
beatzies
beatzies

Rothko's paintings were not nihilistic, not consumed with some search for meaninglessness: They exist in the space between the apollonian/dinoysian dichotomy, they exist in a middle-ground between eternal monument and ephemeral experience -- on the one hand, the painting is eternal and its large scale imposing, it makes you feel weird, somehow insignificant; on the other hand, staring at a rothko (especially the dark black paintings in the chapel, in Houston) is an intensely personal experience. It's a subjective feeling, any meaning comes from the play of colors and textures and size, which no amount of art history or museum-going experience can fully determine or pin down. It's not deterministic. In that sense, the paintings aren't meaningless: if nothing else, they represent the battle between an individual and the world, trying to make meaning out of it!!!! Check out the chapel if you're in Houston. Sit down and stare for thirty minutes or an hour, and you'll see what I mean

Vor 4 years
Roy Doughty
Roy Doughty

I was blessed at one time to have lived a few blocks from the Rothko Chapel, and I spent a great deal of time there. It is truly a sacred place. Your logic tells you as you enter from the "outside" that the Chapel is only so many measurable cubic feet, but the space expands so that it's so much bigger than the outside. You feel like you have entered a dimension in which even the vastness of the Earth's planetary history is dwarfed by an even more immense temporal and spatial exultation. I am so glad that this has been posted.

Vor 5 years
Bill Wood Illustration
Bill Wood Illustration

I can only imagine it depends on who you are going in with -if someone is cynical about, it the whole experience will be inevitably spoilt...

Vor 16 Tage
Bon Summers
Bon Summers

@Brenda Vananna Brenda? please share about what you like.

Vor 11 Monate
emilianoturazzi
emilianoturazzi

@crisis she's a Feldman stalker...

Vor year
RocMegamanX
RocMegamanX

So....basically, Rothko Chapel is a TARDIS?

Vor 2 years
Lz l
Lz l

Yeah Ive tried acid once too

Vor 3 years
omgtkseth
omgtkseth

The piece that John Adams composed about 9/11 reminds me of this piece...

Vor 5 years
omgtkseth
omgtkseth

Really? Why so??

Vor 4 years
gnikcohs
gnikcohs

Feldman's music here has a dark (but hardly gloomy), almost eerie or otherworldly, spirituality and is certainly meant to be programmatically true to the spirit of the Rothko Chapel (as experienced by Feldman if not Rothko). Although Feldman's music does not seem to generally tend so clearly towards the programmatic, but here its evocation of the atmosphere of the Chapel is entirely successful. Feldman is a genius so it's success is not surprising.

Vor 5 years
jane slater
jane slater

I had never heard of Morton Feldman till Radio4's Something Understood this morning ( and even then in my half sleep I thought it was Milton Friedman) I've always loved Rothko and used to go to the Tate to sit in the grey room with the red canvasses as a student when I needed some peace. This music is so right for it. I feel I've had a sort of completion the other half of the painting in the music. Thanks for posting this.

Vor 5 years
Jerry Verrier
Jerry Verrier

I loved the Rothko room as a student and always go there when visiting London

Vor 3 years
Francesco Vitti
Francesco Vitti

Amazing

Vor 6 years
Nathan Evans
Nathan Evans

I love how deeply personal Feldman's music is for the listener. It's like it's meant for you to be alone and go and sit somewhere dark and reflect upon your life.

Vor 6 years
Anton Lavey
Anton Lavey

Nathan Evans back to the womb of course

Vor year
David Cisek
David Cisek

Even before I saw the Rothko pieces in the Tate I was absorbed in the momentous serenity Feldman's  created; surrounded by the Rothko pieces I felt and understood the massive breath of that serenity. I made me yearn to be one of those who witness the actual Chapel. I have to get there. 

Vor 6 years
Zoltán Lesi
Zoltán Lesi

Short hungarian review about the Rothko Chapel: http://szazevesatlag.tumblr.com/post/94618571760/morton-feldman-rothko-chapel

Vor 6 years
DuCaDo003
DuCaDo003

A devastatingly beautiful paean to suicide and nihilism. The beating heart of the enervated 'Western Tradition'. A Haiku 4 U: Rothko and Feldman. Each to die a foolish death. Please do not use force.

Vor 6 years
untitled
untitled

have your thoughts changed

Vor 5 Monate
Discrimination is not a right.
Discrimination is not a right.

Actually that first was a senryu, not a haiku.

Vor 3 years
DuCaDo003
DuCaDo003

@bevaconme Too good for capitalization, huh? What do you have to do with Feldman's Piece?

Vor 5 years
bevaconme
bevaconme

@DuCaDo003 yeah, well, i do know what haiku are, but i still can't see what the hell either of these have to do with feldman's piece.

Vor 5 years
DuCaDo003
DuCaDo003

@bevaconme You should read more poetry. "Haiku" (5-7-5) is as follows: She spoke of one boy. I taste rain and skin and cold Sweat and grey moonlight!

Vor 5 years
max
max

12:56 is just pure, vague bliss

Vor 6 years
Katarzyna Tkacz
Katarzyna Tkacz

Mistyczny utwór i jeszcze głębsze przeżycie w trakcie słuchania. GENIALNE!!!

Vor 6 years
gian paolo Puglisi
gian paolo Puglisi

An otstandind masperpiece !

Vor 6 years
h.thomas ackermann
h.thomas ackermann

Our "Culture of Death" feeds on suicidal artists like Rothko. As much as i appreciate the experimental quality of any art - this sucks me into a dark place without hope. Mortons notion of chance and silence (i think he influenced Cage with his experiments) are at times quite beautiful. Check out the weird ritualistic ceremonies conducted in this (pseudo) Chapel.

Vor 6 years
h.thomas ackermann
h.thomas ackermann

so are you.

Vor 6 years
MCHellshit
MCHellshit

@h.thomas ackermann I think you're projecting your own issues on to the art

Vor 6 years
h.thomas ackermann
h.thomas ackermann

very erudite insight - Dope

Vor 6 years
iwannapayback
iwannapayback

Utter bullshit....

Vor 6 years
h.thomas ackermann
h.thomas ackermann

i'm glad it works for you - no need to find reasons to disparage my dislike with your (obtuse) like

Vor 6 years
Billy Sheppard
Billy Sheppard

Morton Feldman's "Rothko Chapel."  That's what Marc Rothko sounds like to me. 

Vor 6 years
Mari Christian
Mari Christian

So elegant.

Vor 6 years
Alice Lombardo
Alice Lombardo

totally loving this

Vor 7 years
Le Diabolique
Le Diabolique

This is one of the most incredible pieces of music I have ever heard - profoundly beautiful.

Vor 7 years
GOTEAMPHOTO
GOTEAMPHOTO

Bravo!  I have subscribed!  The Rothko Chapel looks interesting, I shall like to visit it one day. I invite you to view the art that I have made, on my channel.

Vor 7 years
gabriela vasquez herrera
gabriela vasquez herrera

increíble

Vor 7 years
gian paolo Puglisi
gian paolo Puglisi

Wonderfuk upload ! Thanks a lot

Vor 7 years
CaptainBluebear08
CaptainBluebear08

Hey thanks, MUSIC ! Wow, I added asap.

Vor 7 years
Yuyor
Yuyor

Really liking this music thing

Vor 4 Monate

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