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HAL / High Noon: Moskitos / Ripley Musik V / Gassenhauermaschinensuite / Picard

HAL / High Noon: Moskitos / Ripley Musik V / Gassenhauermaschinensuite / Picard


  • Edition: CD
  • Year: 2011
  • Order No.: WER 65812
€16.50  *
Incl. VAT and excl. shipping Weight: 0.12 kg

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Description
The encounter with Gordon Kampe's music is – guided by suggestive sound impressions – like the perception of an imaginary theatre.
 
Titles, movement headings and section names of his works refer, for example, to the world of cinematic sci-fi sketches à la "Star Trek" and "Alien". Other compositions evoke completely different associations. Used as 'metaphor machines', such designations indicate the imponderables of a pre-defined course which, being filled with music, holds unexpected and unforeseen surprises. A central characteristic of his compositions is the sudden turn which manifests itself as an unusual action or instrumental solo, thus disregarding the uniform musical fervour.


Carl Rosman: contrabass clarinet / John Eckhardt: contrabass / Eva Zöllner: accordion / Mark Knoop: piano / Radio Sinfonieorchester Stuttgart des SWR / Peter Hirsch: conductor / e-mex ensemble / Christoph Maria Wagner: conductor / l’art pour l’art / Michael Schröder: conductor
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Content text:
HAL for contrabassclarinet, accordion, contrabass and piano 
High-Noon: Moskitos for orchestra
Ripley-Musik V for bassclarinet, violoncello and piano
Qs Nachtstück for flute, bassclarinet, drums, violoncello, contrabass and piano
Gassenhauermaschinensuite for clarinet, violoncello, accordion, piano and drums
Picard for flute, clarinet, saxophone/tárogató, trombone, electric guitar, drums, violoncello, contrabass and piano
EAN: 4010228658125
Performance duration: 79'30"
Publisher: Wergo
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The encounter with Gordon Kampe's music is – guided by suggestive sound impressions – like the perception of an imaginary theatre.
 
Titles, movement headings and section names of his works refer, for example, to the world of cinematic sci-fi sketches à la "Star Trek" and "Alien". Other compositions evoke completely different associations. Used as 'metaphor machines', such designations indicate the imponderables of a pre-defined course which, being filled with music, holds unexpected and unforeseen surprises. A central characteristic of his compositions is the sudden turn which manifests itself as an unusual action or instrumental solo, thus disregarding the uniform musical fervour.


Carl Rosman: contrabass clarinet / John Eckhardt: contrabass / Eva Zöllner: accordion / Mark Knoop: piano / Radio Sinfonieorchester Stuttgart des SWR / Peter Hirsch: conductor / e-mex ensemble / Christoph Maria Wagner: conductor / l’art pour l’art / Michael Schröder: conductor
Content text:
HAL for contrabassclarinet, accordion, contrabass and piano 
High-Noon: Moskitos for orchestra
Ripley-Musik V for bassclarinet, violoncello and piano
Qs Nachtstück for flute, bassclarinet, drums, violoncello, contrabass and piano
Gassenhauermaschinensuite for clarinet, violoncello, accordion, piano and drums
Picard for flute, clarinet, saxophone/tárogató, trombone, electric guitar, drums, violoncello, contrabass and piano
EAN: 4010228658125
Performance duration: 79'30"
Publisher: Wergo