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Tempo giusto / Kuhlmannkommentar / Musik für Gerhard Richter / frottages

Tempo giusto / Kuhlmannkommentar / Musik für Gerhard Richter / frottages


  • Edition: CD
  • Year: 2008
  • Order No.: WER 65682
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Incl. VAT and excl. shipping Weight: 0.12 kg

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Description
Andreas Dohmen's music can be seen as process transmuted into sound: sound not as a finished product, but as something being fashioned in the moment of its inception, sound as part of its own evolution. This "fashioning" of sound is a magnetic pole in the force-field of Dohmen's music. It is here that the allure of his compositions arises, perhaps because they function in several layers. His music deals in ever-new ways with this "fashioning" of sounds, which becomes a component part of his music – on the level of its structural organization no less than the immediate instant in which sound is produced. 
This allows him to write (i.e. to structure and organize) a piece like "frottages" by employing the like-named technique from the visual arts, and yet to have it actually sound like "frottages"! What we hear are these processes, which we can briefly follow in the sound of the music before they are depleted, interrupted, or buried beneath other processes.

production by Westdeutscher Rundfunk (“tempo giusto“), coproduction with Deutschlandradio Kultur (“Kuhlmannkommentar“) and Hessischer Rundfunk (“frottages“), production by Südwestrundfunk (“Musik für Gerhard Richter“)

Schlagquartett Köln / WDR Sinfonieorchester / conductor: Stefan Asbury / Neue Vocalsolisten Stuttgart (Angelika Luz: soprano / Bernhard Gärtner: tenor / Martin Nagy: tenor / Guillermo Anzorena: baritone / Andreas Fischer: bass) / Ensemble Modern / conductor: Kasper de Roo / SWR Sinfonieorchester Baden-Baden und Freiburg / conductor: Lothar Zagrosek
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Content text:
tempo giusto für großes Orchester mit Schlagquartett-Solo
Kuhlmannkommentar für Sopran, vier Männerstimmen und drei Instrumentalisten
frottages für Ensemble
Musik für Gerhard Richter (Portraits und Wiederholung II) für großes Orchester
EAN: 4010228656824
Performance duration: 63'14"
Publisher: Wergo
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Andreas Dohmen's music can be seen as process transmuted into sound: sound not as a finished product, but as something being fashioned in the moment of its inception, sound as part of its own evolution. This "fashioning" of sound is a magnetic pole in the force-field of Dohmen's music. It is here that the allure of his compositions arises, perhaps because they function in several layers. His music deals in ever-new ways with this "fashioning" of sounds, which becomes a component part of his music – on the level of its structural organization no less than the immediate instant in which sound is produced. 
This allows him to write (i.e. to structure and organize) a piece like "frottages" by employing the like-named technique from the visual arts, and yet to have it actually sound like "frottages"! What we hear are these processes, which we can briefly follow in the sound of the music before they are depleted, interrupted, or buried beneath other processes.

production by Westdeutscher Rundfunk (“tempo giusto“), coproduction with Deutschlandradio Kultur (“Kuhlmannkommentar“) and Hessischer Rundfunk (“frottages“), production by Südwestrundfunk (“Musik für Gerhard Richter“)

Schlagquartett Köln / WDR Sinfonieorchester / conductor: Stefan Asbury / Neue Vocalsolisten Stuttgart (Angelika Luz: soprano / Bernhard Gärtner: tenor / Martin Nagy: tenor / Guillermo Anzorena: baritone / Andreas Fischer: bass) / Ensemble Modern / conductor: Kasper de Roo / SWR Sinfonieorchester Baden-Baden und Freiburg / conductor: Lothar Zagrosek
Content text:
tempo giusto für großes Orchester mit Schlagquartett-Solo
Kuhlmannkommentar für Sopran, vier Männerstimmen und drei Instrumentalisten
frottages für Ensemble
Musik für Gerhard Richter (Portraits und Wiederholung II) für großes Orchester
EAN: 4010228656824
Performance duration: 63'14"
Publisher: Wergo