Howlers Revised 2006
Richard Burdick, natural performs
Dauprat Duets, opus 14 & some Mozart
Richard Burdick, (valve) horn Performs
J. S. Bach's Easter Oratorio, BWV 249 (complete)
Richard Burdick, natural horn Performs Louis-François Dauprat’s (1781-1868)
Six Quartets & Six Trios for Natural
in Different keys, Opus 8
recorded by Richard Burdick in a mulit-track recording
64 Duets, opus 132 part two #17-34
with stereo tracks recorded panned hard
left & right a sheet music and CD release (CD and score)
recorded by Richard Burdick (9-2005)
in a two track mulit-track recording
Reveré by Victor Herbert
for English Horn and French Horn Quartet
a sheet music and CD release (CD, score and parts)
recorded by Richard Burdick in a five track mulit-track
solo French horn With a background of tuned wind chimes. Play
audio track Arpeggios # 30
Sixty-four pieces using his I-Ching
scale system organized into an arpeggio pattern based on the relationship
between the artificial scale and the natural overtone series. Presented
from fastest to slowest, with the tempo determined by the vibration
of the key.
For over 30 years, composer Richard Burdick has been using
I Ching inspired scales as a foundation for his compositions. The
I Ching is sort of a fortune telling system of the ancient Chinese.
Being a binary system, it suggests scale intervals of either
half steps or whole steps. It is ideal for scale structures.
Like the scales of Northern India, the scales are divided
into two tetrachord-like-sets of three intervals. Mr. Burdick mostly
uses the perfect fifth to separate the two sets of three intervals.
He also has a complete system of fixed tones for each scale that
are an attempt to organize the whole system of 64 scales.
-CD1 54:06 Avant-garde
classical Rebel with a Horn
Richard Burdick Performs his own Compositions For Horn & Piano