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8 thoughts on “ Richtige Dauern - Stockhausen* - Aus Den Sieben Tagen (CD, Album)

  1. "Aus Den Sieben Tagen" delivers 5 pieces of STOCKHAUSEN's collection of in total 15 text compositions that he had written in may in reaction to a personal crisis and which the great renovator of 20th century music characterized as "intuitive music" - music primarily played by intuition rather than the intellect of the performer(s) where.
  2. After listening, all i can tell you is that 1) this music is a mind trip! excellent free form music yet somehow controlled, 2) when you have players of the caliber of Michel Portal, Jean Francois Jenny-Clark and Jean-Pierre Drouet in the band YOU KNOW the pieces are going to fly as these are some of the best players in european avant garde jazz /5(8).
  3. Aus den sieben Tagen (From the Seven Days) is een verzameling van 15 tekst composities van Karlheinz Stockhausen, samengesteld mei , in reactie op een persoonlijke crisis, en gekenmerkt als "Intuïtieve music" -muziek voornamelijk geproduceerd uit de intuïtie in plaats van de verstand van de uitvoerder (s). Het is het werk Nummer 26 in de componist catalogus van werken.
  4. Ich habe diese Musik, die aus der geistigen Einstimmung der Musiker durch kurze Texte entsteht, intuitive Musik genannt. Das Wort „Improvisation“ scheint mir für das, was wir spielen.
  5. Stockhausen* - Ensemble Musique Vivante, Diego Masson - Aus Den Sieben Tagen ‎ (CD, Album, RE) Harmonia Mundi France, Harmonia Mundi France, Harmonia /5(74).
  6. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Stockhausen: Richtige Dauern. Karlheinz Stockhausen. Amazon: 2: Unbegrenzt. Karlheinz Stockhausen Aus den sieben Tagen, 15 text compositions for "intuitive" music: 1.
  7. Musicologists have noted that Aus den Sieben Tagen represents a shift in Stockhausen's compositional esthetic, a move away from experimentation with timbre and the physical limitations of composition towards a purely mental approach, emphasizing the limitlessness of the human imagination.

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