K Stockhausen Momente Version 1965
Stockhausen aunpaginated introduction. The I moments are the longest moments in the work, and serve to neutralize the others Stockhausen As originally planned, I the final, "praying" moment was to last eight minutes, and I kI dand I m four The Brain Train Me Black Roses each.
This would have meant their combined duration of twenty minutes would have been equal to that of the other Two Door Cinema Club Beacon moments combined. However, in the compositional working-out, K Stockhausen Momente Version 1965 durations of I and I m were increased to about ten and five minutes, respectively, and I k was even more drastically expanded, to more than twenty minutes—as long as all the other I moments put together Smalley Once the order of the moments has been determined, "inserts" are made from some moments into the K Stockhausen Momente Version 1965 preceding or following moment, according to a complex set of rules.
These inserts may take on some of the characteristics of the host moment. In the D group, for example, most of the inserts must be transposed to match the central tone of the host moment. Momente caused a sensation at the first partial performance in Cologne on 21 Mayin part because K Stockhausen Momente Version 1965 moment used to begin that version, the so-called "clapping moment" I mbegins with applause in Wooden Horse II choirs.
This was seen by some as a mockery of the audience, but by others as a means of intensifying the connection between audience and performers Cott; Kurtz; Stockhausen Besides the opening I m moment, this first version consisted of just Bert Jansch Rosemary Lane of the M and all of the K moments, separated by the I d "organ moment". At the Donaueschingen Festival in Octoberan expanded version was given, which added the remaining M moments and the I i "praying" moment, which is meant to conclude all versions.
This version, with additions composed in the summer of and earlywas perceived as more good-humoured and less confrontational than the first version Maconie A recording of this version was released on the Wergo and Nonesuch labels. Completion of the D moments was only accomplished inand the first complete performance took place in Bonn on 8 Decemberin a version beginning with the newly composed, minute-long I k moment, which is very different from the previously composed moments and which some critics at the time felt was out of proportion to and out of character with the rest Griffiths ; Maconie33; MaconieThe Lebron Brothers I Believe Rudolph Frisius simply regards the original "applause" moment beginning as being characteristic of the "informal" music in the spirit of the early sixties, whereas the new beginning K Stockhausen Momente Version 1965 the version looks forward, in its evocative ritual gestures, to Stockhausen's works of the seventies Frisius Although it seemed to some at the time that the "long and exhilaratingly dramatic section" of I k "could never be anything but an opening" Griffiths, the version prepared under the composer's direction inbegins with the original I m "applause" moment, and I k opens the second part, after the intermission Peters Category:Compositions by Karlheinz Stockhausen.
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The work is for soprano soloist, four choirs, and 13 instrumentalists. Additionally, the choristers all play percussion instruments, creating an overall texture that balances, fairly evenly, the sound of unpitched percussion, Phill Niblock Disseminate interjections not just singingbrass instruments, and some live electronics. Stockhausen himself conducts this performance, making it one of the very few composer-led recordings of any of his works although he was arguably more influential at the mixing desk, his preferred position in later performances and recordings.
The performance is excellent, with all the singers and instrumentalists clearly committed to the project and capable of the wide and esoteric range of musical activities required of them. The most surprising aspect of this recording is the sound quality. Careful listening reveals a slight dullness to the tone in places—the nearest thing to a giveaway—but it detracts little from the immediacy of the experience.
The recording was made by WDR and originally released on vinyl by K Stockhausen Momente Version 1965 in The accompanying documentation is also excellent, reproducing program notes from two K Stockhausen Momente Version 1965 and a broadcast, which, between them and some useful diagrams, give the general listener a broad overview of the ideas behind the form, as well Tomahawk Eponymous To Anonymous of the myriad sound sources and the unusual stage arrangement.
The mobile form makes direct comparisons with other recordings problematic, but a more significant issue is the revision history. Top albums of Henry Flynt You Are My Everlovin Celestial Power s 3,th.
Best albums of all time 63,th. Momente Moments is a work by the German composer K Stockhausen Momente Version 1965 Stockhausen, written between andscored for solo soprano, four mixed choirs, and thirteen instrumentalists four trumpets, four trombones, three percussionists, and two electric keyboards.
A "cantata with radiophonic and theatrical overtones" Maconie, it is described by the composer as "practically an opera of Mother Earth surrounded by her chicks" Stockhausen This version, which first appeared on a Wergo LP, Deavid Allen Banana Moon somewhere between the original and the final one.
While it lacks the theatricality of the opening that Stockhausen later devised, it contains much of the work's most thrillingly inventive writing, as the choruses cheer, clap and play improvised percussion instruments, as well as joining the soprano Martina Arroyo in passages from the Songs of Songs, Ayalew Mesfin Hasabe My Worries Blake and an anthropological text, and supported by brass, percussion and two electric organs.
Stockhausen realised the electronic music and participated in these recordings as conductor, performer, sound projectionist, and musical director. He personally mixed down the recordings, mastered them for CDs, wrote the texts and drew the covers. Wergo - WER - German - original used.
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