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screen / Sätze mit Pausen / Klage / Blinder Fleck / Still

screen / Sätze mit Pausen / Klage / Blinder Fleck / Still


  • Edition: CD
  • Year: 2007
  • Order No.: WER 65702
€16.50  *
Incl. VAT and excl. shipping Weight: 0.11 kg

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Description

What matters for the German composer Markus Hechtle, is the attempt to combat the impossible and thereby to illuminate and enlarge one's own potential. The utopia of a 'tabula rasa' is a driving force behind his work as a composer. Hechtle tries to hear sounds in new ways. He strives to suppress their connotations, preferring not to work with their familiarity but rather, as he puts it, with their 'aura' or 'energetic manifestation'. Hechtle wants to experience the sensual quality of a sound with as few preconceptions as possible, to perceive it afresh in his own way so as to compose music with this new-found quality.
More information, videos, and sound samples: www.musicademy.de

coproduction with Radio France, Südwestrundfunk and Westdeutscher Rundfunk



Ensemble Modern / Stefan Asbury: conductor/ Anton Hollich: clarinet / Andrés Hernández Alba: bass guitar / Jean-Christophe Garzia: viola / Markus Tillier: violoncello / Peter Hecking: double bass / Neue Vocalsolisten Stuttgart / Manfred Schreier: conductor / NewEars.ensemble: Das Ensemble für aktuelle Musik des Radio-Sinfonieorchesters Stuttgart des SWR / Jonathan Stockhammer: conductor / André Wilms: speaker / Teodoro Anzellotti: accordion
Details
Content text: screen für Ensemble mit Verstärker
Sätze mit Pausen für Klarinette, Bassgitarre, Viola, Violoncello und Kontrabass
Klage für sieben Stimmen mit dem gleichnamigen Text von Jakob van Hoddis
Blinder Fleck für Ensemble
Still für Sprecher und vier Männerstimmen mit Akkordeon (Text von Giacomo Leopardi)
EAN: 4010228657029
Performance duration: 67'32"
Publisher: Wergo
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What matters for the German composer Markus Hechtle, is the attempt to combat the impossible and thereby to illuminate and enlarge one's own potential. The utopia of a 'tabula rasa' is a driving force behind his work as a composer. Hechtle tries to hear sounds in new ways. He strives to suppress their connotations, preferring not to work with their familiarity but rather, as he puts it, with their 'aura' or 'energetic manifestation'. Hechtle wants to experience the sensual quality of a sound with as few preconceptions as possible, to perceive it afresh in his own way so as to compose music with this new-found quality.
More information, videos, and sound samples: www.musicademy.de

coproduction with Radio France, Südwestrundfunk and Westdeutscher Rundfunk



Ensemble Modern / Stefan Asbury: conductor/ Anton Hollich: clarinet / Andrés Hernández Alba: bass guitar / Jean-Christophe Garzia: viola / Markus Tillier: violoncello / Peter Hecking: double bass / Neue Vocalsolisten Stuttgart / Manfred Schreier: conductor / NewEars.ensemble: Das Ensemble für aktuelle Musik des Radio-Sinfonieorchesters Stuttgart des SWR / Jonathan Stockhammer: conductor / André Wilms: speaker / Teodoro Anzellotti: accordion
Content text: screen für Ensemble mit Verstärker
Sätze mit Pausen für Klarinette, Bassgitarre, Viola, Violoncello und Kontrabass
Klage für sieben Stimmen mit dem gleichnamigen Text von Jakob van Hoddis
Blinder Fleck für Ensemble
Still für Sprecher und vier Männerstimmen mit Akkordeon (Text von Giacomo Leopardi)
EAN: 4010228657029
Performance duration: 67'32"
Publisher: Wergo