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Silence Is the Only Music

Silence Is the Only Music


Xu Fengxia / Wu Wei / Makiko Goto / Jeremias Schwarzer / Carin Levine / Stefan Hussong / Wolfgang Lessing / Jocelyn Clark / Il-Ryun Chung / Andreas Gutzwiller / Andrea Carola Kiefer / Edmund Kieselbach


  • Edition: CD
  • Year: 2009
  • Order No.: ARTS 81162
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Description
It was in the combination of East Asian and Western sound worlds where Klaus Hinrich Stahmer found a novel tonal language imbued with the depth and symbolic power of Far Eastern music which, however, never questions its provenance from the European cultural area. In his scores, renowned artists from the Far East meet virtuosos of the New Music scene and make typical values of each culture more apparent in the composed-out ensemble playing. Juxtaposed with accordion, flute and violoncello, the koto and shakuhachi, sheng and guzheng as well as kayagum and changgu develop a subtle, yet at the same time strange poetry which makes the listener experience a little of the charm and the wealth of Eastern traditions. With his works, Stahmer speaks out in an intercultural dialogue, pointing out a joint path which is characterized by the respect for the unfamiliar and the responsibility for one's own heritage.
Details
Content text: Silence Is the Only Music for guzheng and sh’ng
Zansetsu [Remnants of Snow] for bass koto, recorder, flute, clay bells and hyoshigi
Ning Shi [Frozen Time] for sh’ng and accordion
Pulip Sori [Wind Over Grass] for cello, kayagum and changgu
Ima [Now] for shakuhachi and bass koto
To Lose Is to Have for accordion, Chinese bronze bells and ear trumpets
EAN: 4010228811629
Performance duration: 73'11"
Publisher: Wergo
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It was in the combination of East Asian and Western sound worlds where Klaus Hinrich Stahmer found a novel tonal language imbued with the depth and symbolic power of Far Eastern music which, however, never questions its provenance from the European cultural area. In his scores, renowned artists from the Far East meet virtuosos of the New Music scene and make typical values of each culture more apparent in the composed-out ensemble playing. Juxtaposed with accordion, flute and violoncello, the koto and shakuhachi, sheng and guzheng as well as kayagum and changgu develop a subtle, yet at the same time strange poetry which makes the listener experience a little of the charm and the wealth of Eastern traditions. With his works, Stahmer speaks out in an intercultural dialogue, pointing out a joint path which is characterized by the respect for the unfamiliar and the responsibility for one's own heritage.
Content text: Silence Is the Only Music for guzheng and sh’ng
Zansetsu [Remnants of Snow] for bass koto, recorder, flute, clay bells and hyoshigi
Ning Shi [Frozen Time] for sh’ng and accordion
Pulip Sori [Wind Over Grass] for cello, kayagum and changgu
Ima [Now] for shakuhachi and bass koto
To Lose Is to Have for accordion, Chinese bronze bells and ear trumpets
EAN: 4010228811629
Performance duration: 73'11"
Publisher: Wergo