Philip Corner, an action musician, trombone/alphornist, occasional vocalist, pianist, percussionist, theorist, visual artist. composer, improvisor, educator, collageur, assembleur, calligrapher. student of jahoda, cowell, messiaen, luening, borduas, cage, taubman. teacher in new york high schools and livingston college. fluxologist, resident composer for judson dance theatre, experimental intermedia foundation. member of: tone roads chamber ensemble. sounds out of silent spaces. gamelan son of lion whose focus is listen, silence, resonance, surrounding, action and ecstasy created with “For Dancers In France” an exploration of the Tibetan bowl, balinese cymbals, tam-tam, temple blocks, the forest, rain and the interaction of dancers. Four long pieces stretch out over two hours, an exercise in listening and feeling. Add the Ear… and you have the kind of Total Attention which feeds the Whole Body. Feeds back to the whole body physically while hearing goes to another body that is Dance. And the sight of hearing turns back to the Gestures of Sounding. Download “For Dancers In France” of Philip Corner for free @ Pan Y Rosa Discos!