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Tragödia

Tragödia

The Invisible Room

A work with theatrical rooms for stage set and 18 instrumentalists, tape and live electronics


Ensemble Musikfabrik / Otto Kränzler: live electronics, sound direction / Melvyn Poore: live electronics, sound direction / Johannes Debus: conductor


  • Edition: Super Audio CD, Hybrid Stereo + Surround Sound
  • Year: 2009
  • Order No.: WER 67072
€18.50  *
Incl. VAT and excl. shipping Weight: 0.11 kg

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Description
Adriana Hölszky’s music has a unique sculptural quality. "Where does the sound come from, and where does it go?" This question is central to her entire creative output and essential for the development of musical content in her works. Hölszky's third music theater piece, "Tragödia (Der unsichtbare Raum)" [Tragedy: The Invisible Room] marks an extreme within her compositions: The changing constellations of the music bring the “Tragedy” to life - plot and language are radically excluded. The 18 instrumentalists, together with live electronic effects and pre-recorded material, produce a tremendous variety of sound recollections, shock gestures, and colors. “One is permanently aware of the absence of characters, constantly expecting someone to appear, but this state of anticipation is sustained until the end of the piece - and left unresolved.” (Hölszky)
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Content text: Tragödia
The Invisible Room
A work with theatrical rooms - for stage set and 18 instrumentalists, tape and live electronics
EAN: 4010228670721
Performance duration: 58'45"
Publisher: Wergo
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Adriana Hölszky’s music has a unique sculptural quality. "Where does the sound come from, and where does it go?" This question is central to her entire creative output and essential for the development of musical content in her works. Hölszky's third music theater piece, "Tragödia (Der unsichtbare Raum)" [Tragedy: The Invisible Room] marks an extreme within her compositions: The changing constellations of the music bring the “Tragedy” to life - plot and language are radically excluded. The 18 instrumentalists, together with live electronic effects and pre-recorded material, produce a tremendous variety of sound recollections, shock gestures, and colors. “One is permanently aware of the absence of characters, constantly expecting someone to appear, but this state of anticipation is sustained until the end of the piece - and left unresolved.” (Hölszky)
Content text: Tragödia
The Invisible Room
A work with theatrical rooms - for stage set and 18 instrumentalists, tape and live electronics
EAN: 4010228670721
Performance duration: 58'45"
Publisher: Wergo