Schott Music

Skip to Main Content »

Language
 
Shopping Cart (0 item)
My Cart

You have no items in your shopping cart.

sai-ji-ku

sai-ji-ku


  • Edition: CD
  • Year: 2017
  • Order No.: ARTS 81212
€12.60
Incl. VAT and excl. shipping
- +
 
description
The title “sai – ji – ku” means “color – time – space”.
This title, a combination of three Japanese words symbolizes the common characteristics of Wilfried Jentzsch’s and Hiromi Ishii’s compositional interests: to structure sounds in relation to their timbral characters vividly in time and space.

All works are based on and have their intercultural relations to Asia. Hiromi Ishii builds therelation to her origin, Japan, and Wilfried Jentzsch to Indonesia and China.

„Huai bieh“ means “the desire and farewell” and is inspired by the KUN-opera. The transformation of the melody referring to time, timbre and space is the central idea of this composition.

Tokyo, with its double-layered structure and harsh contrasts, is the basic idea for „Ginn-Tokyo 2006“.  How can these extremely different two worlds, tradition and modernism, co-exist?

The works presented on this CD were projected with the 47 (43.4) Speaker spatial Klangdom Environment using the software Zirkonium and recorded with artificial head technology to capture the spatial information. With the help of the spherical placement of the speakers above the audience sounds can move freely in all directions and speeds and can place everywhere in the space.
Details
Content text: Wilfried Jentzsch (* 1941): - Huai bieh (2012/13) - Paysages Y 757 (2013/14) - Dream of B (2007) - Hiromi Ishii (* 1957): Ginn-Tokio 2006 (2006/13) - Ryojinfu (2013) - Shinra (2011)

MANEAN : 4010228812121
Performance duration: 63'57"
Publisher: Wergo
downloads
The title “sai – ji – ku” means “color – time – space”.
This title, a combination of three Japanese words symbolizes the common characteristics of Wilfried Jentzsch’s and Hiromi Ishii’s compositional interests: to structure sounds in relation to their timbral characters vividly in time and space.

All works are based on and have their intercultural relations to Asia. Hiromi Ishii builds therelation to her origin, Japan, and Wilfried Jentzsch to Indonesia and China.

„Huai bieh“ means “the desire and farewell” and is inspired by the KUN-opera. The transformation of the melody referring to time, timbre and space is the central idea of this composition.

Tokyo, with its double-layered structure and harsh contrasts, is the basic idea for „Ginn-Tokyo 2006“.  How can these extremely different two worlds, tradition and modernism, co-exist?

The works presented on this CD were projected with the 47 (43.4) Speaker spatial Klangdom Environment using the software Zirkonium and recorded with artificial head technology to capture the spatial information. With the help of the spherical placement of the speakers above the audience sounds can move freely in all directions and speeds and can place everywhere in the space.
Content text: Wilfried Jentzsch (* 1941): - Huai bieh (2012/13) - Paysages Y 757 (2013/14) - Dream of B (2007) - Hiromi Ishii (* 1957): Ginn-Tokio 2006 (2006/13) - Ryojinfu (2013) - Shinra (2011)

MANEAN : 4010228812121
Performance duration: 63'57"
Publisher: Wergo
Newsletter
Location

Address: Schott Music GmbH & Co. KG Weihergarten 5 55116 Mainz

Mail to: info@schott-music.com

Phone: +49 6131 246-0