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  • Performer: Roger Doyle
  • Title: Oizzo No
  • Size MP3 ver: 2068 mb
  • Size FLAC ver: 2706 mb
  • Date of release: 1975
  • Style: Experimental
  • Rating: 4.6 of 5
  • Genre: Electronic
Roger Doyle - Oizzo No mp3 flac

Tracklist

Obstinato1:59
Ceol Sidhe4:38
Why Is Kilkenny So Good?11:22
Theme From Emptigon (A Film) - Extra Bit1:34
Two Movements For Flute And Strings6:47
Bitter-Sweet Suite4:35
Oizzo No9:51

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
THR 3, 6810 719Roger Doyle Oizzo No ‎(LP)Thrust Records , Thrust Records THR 3, 6810 719Ireland1975
DOM BW 03, ARTWARE 04Roger Doyle Oizzo No ‎(CD, Album, Comp, Ltd)Dom Bartwuchs, Artware ProductionDOM BW 03, ARTWARE 04Germany1992
24CACKLPRoger Doyle Oizzo No ‎(LP, Album, RE)Cacophonic24CACKLPUK2018

Album

ThaliaOizzo No by Roger Doyle, released 13 September 2012 1. Bitter-Sweet Suite 2. Ceol Sidhe 3. Oizzo No 4. Obstinato 5. Two Movements For Flute And Strings 6. Theme From Emtigon 7. Extra Bit 8. Baby Grand 9. Thalia - part 1 10. Thalia - part 2 11. Solar Eyes 12. Three Poems By Patrick MacDonogh bonus track 'The music on this album represents Roger Doyle's early works, re-packaged and re-mastered in 2002. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Track 12 is a bonus 'name your price' download. Purchasable with gift card. Buy Digital Album. 8 EUR or more. Oizzo No. Roger Doyle. Doyle: Heresy. Time Machine. Oizzo No by Roger Doyle, released 30 November 2018 1. Oizzo No 2. Bitter Sweet Suite 4. Why Is Kilkenny So Good 6. Two Movements for Flute and Strings 7. Theme from Emtigon 8. Extra Bit This manifesto of outsider orchestrations, teenage symphonies and cultivated concrete is the debut album of experimental Irish avant garde and electro acoustic innovator Roger Doyle. Vinyl LP. RecordVinyl Digital Album. Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей Roger Doyle. The OIZZO NO release here, however, should really be considered as Roger Doyle's early works, documenting the years 1968 to 1975, and presents a most individual talent at work, be it the strange honky-tonk piano of Bitter-Sweet Melody that opens the album, or the esoteric orchestral suite Two Movements for Flute and Strings the earliest composition here. Roger Doyle born 17 July 1949 is an Irish composer best known for his electro-acoustic work, for which he was made a Saoi of Aosdána, and for his piano music for theatre. He was born in Malahide, County Dublin. Doyle studied piano from the age of nine. After leaving school he attended the Royal Irish Academy of Music for three years, studying composing, during which time he was awarded two composition scholarships. He also studied at the Institute of Sonology at the University of Utrecht in the. Album 2002 8 Songs. Electronic 2002. Listen free to Roger Doyle Oizzo No Bitter-Sweet Suite, Ceol Sidhe and more. 7 tracks 40:47. Oizzo No, originally self-released by Doyle in 1975, finds the composer moving in too many directions as he explores different instrumentation, everything from piano solos and Baroque strings to short tape loops. Ceol Sidhe features traditional Celtic instruments, whereas Theme from Emtigon is a short pop instrumental with Doyle overdubbing himself on drum kit, piano, and guitar. Roger Doyle - Oizzo No - LP - New Condition: New. Time left: 1d 11h 36m 53s Ships to: Worldwide. Roger Doyle-Oizzo No UK IMPORT VINYL NEW Condition: New. Time left: 8d 15h 38m 14s Ships to: Worldwide

Performer

Roger Doyle born 17 July 1949 is an Irish composer best known for his electro-acoustic work, for which he was made a Saoi of Aosdána, and for his piano music for theatre. He was born in Malahide, County Dublin. Doyle studied piano from the age of nine. After leaving school he attended the Royal Irish Academy of Music for three years, studying composing, during which time he was awarded two composition scholarships. He also studied at the Institute of Sonology at the University of Utrecht in the. Time Machine. Roger Doyle. Doyle: Heresy. The Heresy Ostraca. Oizzo No. Acousmatrix - The History of Electronic Music I - II. Various artists. Listen to music from Roger Doyle like Coat-Hanger Kisses, Spring Is Coming With A Strawberry In The Mouth & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Roger Doyle. Learn more. Recent Listening Trend. Little about the graphics on this release of music by Irish electronic composer Roger Doyle tells you what you're getting or suggests how pleasing the whole thing is. Time Machine is a collection of answering machine messages received by the composer in the late 1980s, with music added the music involves a keyboard, electronic sounds, and manipulation of the messages themselves. Younger readers may require an explanation: an answering machine in the days prior to cellular telephony would record messages, often by means of a microcassette presumably those were what Doyle rediscovered her. Roger Doyle composer, keyboardist and producer of own music, in concert and in the studio. Works with a multiplicity of musical languages and evolving technologies. Roger Doyle Фото исполнителя Roger Doyle. All songs by Roger Doyle. added date. Dark Scenery Court Games. Most popular albums by Roger Doyle: Arkkon, Nature And Organisation. Terra Serpentes. Industrial Ambient Experimental Neofolk. All albums 1. There are 3 Roger Doyle recordings available. Select a specific Composer or Label or browse recordings by Formats & Featured below. Sign up now for two weeks of free access to the world's best classical music collection. Keep listening for only 0. 0month - thousands of classical albums for the price of one Learn more about ArkivMusic Streaming. Roger Doyle скачать mp3 в хорошем качестве, либо слушайте песню Roger Doyle - Jonathan Prelude, Roger Doyle - Dark Scenery Court Games, Roger Doyle - Temple Music - Kalu Rehearsals, Roger Doyle - Temple Music - Mansard, Roger Doyle - Oizzo No, а также рингтоны на звонок и все новые треки. Find the song lyrics for Roger Doyle - Top Tracks. Discover top playlists and videos from your favourite artists on Shazam. Opening Music. Original Spring Is Coming. Coat-Hanger Kisses. Paavo's Engagement

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Comments (2)

Abuseyourdna
To a small select group of people, Roger Doyle is revered as making one of the finest electro-acoustic music albums of all time. Recorded under the guise of Operating Theatre and released on United Dairies (the home of Nurse With Wound) the album RAPID EYE MOVEMENTS is a sonic delight, a spectacular work combining the best and most revolutionary concepts of both Stockhausen and Ferrari to create an altogether more eclectic concoction. Of course, Irishman Roger Doyle hadn't just appeared with this masterwork, he already had two other albums to his credit, namely OIZZO NO and THALIA. These two CD's encompass both these albums, along with an unreleased archive recording and a brand new major work. OIZZO NO was originally a private LP release and THALIA was issued by Irish CBS, both are extremely rare collectors items.
The OIZZO NO release here, however, should really be considered as Roger Doyle's early works, documenting the years 1968 to 1975, and presents a most individual talent at work, be it the strange honky-tonk piano of Bitter-Sweet Melody that opens the album, or the esoteric orchestral suite Two Movements for Flute and Strings (the earliest composition here). But mostly, this is a collection of unusual sonic observations, mixtures of manipulated music, text, tape-loops, all sorts of strange tape editing. Most curious is Ostinato with its very long spoken loop and strangely repeated musical accompaniment. Best of all though is the closing Solar Eyes, a drifting, yet dynamic tape work that strangely reminds me of Klaus Schulze circa CYBORG! despite its lack of melodies.
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From my review in Audion #22, published in July 1992
Bludworm
A long & complicated album, ranging through a plethora of styles. It opens with "Bitter-Sweet Suite", a scampering piece played on 'special piano' which ripples & weaves, carrying it's tune along on bright, spidery energy, concluding with a childhood taunt. As with most unaccompanied piano, this has a certain isolated loneliness to it, but is nonetheless a neat little instrumental. "Ceol Sidhe" features Uilleann Pipes, Irish Har, Tin Whistle, and despite the obvious conotations suggested by this combination, reminds me more of, say TEST DEPT circa "Beating The Retreat" than CLANNAD or THE POGUES. It is a complicated little instrumental, again having an atmosphere of stark loneliness. "Oizzo No" brings VARESE to mind, with hints of people like RUNZELSTIRN & GURGELSTØCK. A very clever piece which could be described as 'smashed, scattered & reconstructed' music. It's not random - you can tell there's a sort of 'seat-of-your-pants' composition there, but it's loose & complex. Voices with thick Irish accents rise in the middle, belying the title as "I Don't Know". At times it falls into Neo Classical areas, often into more Trad Industrial music. "Obstinato" is a quite clever loop work using a stolen phrase & a short piece of soundtrack music. "Why Is Kilkenny So Good?" again has a dark, deconstructed sound to it, this one subtle & atmospheric, like a distant, dark wind blowing through stark mountainous passes while a voice recites a short dialogue. Punctuation comes in almost machine-like clatterings & batterings before returning once more to it's well-peopled atmosphere. Again this changes, sounding like a cacophony of cowbells thinned out into certain, narrow elements, becoming extemely Industrial, bringing THROBBING GRISTLE to mind. Clangorous metal sounds abound & washes of echoed, effected & treated noise grows and fades. "Two Movements For Flute And Strings" is a much more 'full' sound, thanks to the Dublin Baroque Players, it is a warm, dramatic piece which, despite the fact that it is an orchestrated piece, still has the angular, edginess, along with the more smooth, rounded edges of the strings. The second movement has a faster, more rhythmic to it, almost touching mellow Rock before realising & shying away. Some of it reminds me of RYUICHI SAKAMOTO's "Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence" soundtrack. "Theme From Emptigon" opens on a full, Jazz-like construction - a short, bright piece using Drums, Piano & Guitars to weave a rhythm of normality, before fading away on thick effects. "Extra Bit" has a tune hidden within it's strange & complex construction, which uses all manner of sounds, backward echoes & effects to create a Surreal Coda to the previous track. "Piano Suite" is in three parts - "Journeys", "In Paris" & "Dominique, This Year" which varies from 'artistic' pieces to rippling, descriptive, elemental pieces, which are too busy to give you that sense of isolation. "Baby Grand", described as 'for 4 hand piano' is more tunefull than suggestive or graphic - fleet little piece which absolutely shimmers as it expresses the simple but effective tune in a variety of different styles, some which must have pushed the player(s) to the limit. He's not above using effects either, having a backward echo slam down like a portcullis. "Solar Eyes" concludes the album, opening on sustained atmosphere which drifts along like the heavy gaseous ambience of a distant high-G planet, peopled by weird & wonderful beings whose voices, both strange & disquieting, rise up to the naked stars. The sound grows & builds, declines & fades, ever changing without really transforming into anything different. Bird-like voices finally draw the album to a close, ending on the weirdness which makes it so attractive.

Originally reviewed for Soft Watch.

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