In one movement. With a booklet of performance notes in German and English. Commissioned by Landeshauptstadt München zur Müchener Biennale. Dedicated to Sarah Leonard. The music sets texts from a variety of sources. The texts are sung in a highly fragmented manner, and both performers employ many…
The German percussionist performs works of composers she knows personally, including Keiko Abe, Nebojsa Jovan Zivkovic, Akira Miyoshi, Klaus Hashagen, Helmut Lachenmann and Yasuo Sueyoshi.
... anhand ihres Briefwechsels und anderer Quellen 1957-1990. The author looks at the relationship between the composers Nono and Lachenmann and their influence on each other. The book presents a good deal of correspondence between the two. With a foreword, introduction, and indices. Black & white…
DVD-audio recording of these works by contemporary composer Lachenmann.
This disc is released in celebration of the 75th birthday of Lachenmann. Various artists perform.
Also: Trema, by Holliger -- Ali, by Donatoni -- Toccatina, by Lachenmann -- Manto, by Scelsi.
Ugelvik performs music by Helmut Lachenmann, Christian Blom, and Christian Jaksjo.
Chamber music by the contemporary composer Lachenmann, who plays piano and speaks. With Lauren Radnofsky, cello; and Ensemble Signal.
This disc contains piano music for children, as composed by Sofia Gubaidulina, Gyorgy Kurtag, Helmut Lachenmann, and Schleiermacher himself.
Contents: Kinderszenen / Schumann -- Für Alina / Pärt -- Ein Kinderspiel / Lachenmann -- Children's Corner / Debussy.
Music by contemporary German composer Lachenmann. With Soundforum Vienna; Wilhelm Bruck and Theodor Ross, guitars; Schola Heidelberg; and the WDR Symphony Orchestra Köln.
Parts set for this string quartet by Lachenmann. The parts are printed on single-sided, loose-leaf pages. See KM 2410 for a score with performance notes.
In one movement. With program and performance notes in German. Lachenmann composed this work in Venice while studying with Luigi Nono. Printed from manuscript.
Includes: Corroboree by Earle Brown; Mimetics by Mauricio Kagel; Caracteres by Henri Pousseur; Echo Andante by Helmut Lachenmann; and Intervalle by Karlheinz Stockhausen.
A collection of scores for recent music for single percussionist. Includes music by Bredemeyer, Denissow, Dittrich, N. A. Huber, Katzer, Krätzschmar, Lachenmann, Petric, F. Schenker and Zechlin.
Det Norkse Solistkor and Oslo Sinfonietta perform works by Alfred Janson, Helmut Lachenmann, Per Norgard, Kaija Saariaho, and Iannis Xenakis. Hybrid SACD.
Essays examine the music of Helmut Lachenmann and Manos Tsangaris, as well as general issues in contemporary music. With a foreword and plates.
Lachenmann originally composed this work in the late 1990s. The music is dedicated to flutist Gaby Pas-Van Riet and trombonist Mike Svoboda. This edition includes several pages of performance notes. Duration ca. 38 minutes. Printed from manuscript.
Dedicated to Helmut Lachenmann and the Ensemble Modern. The soprano sings uncredited texts in German, English and Japanese. The music is very challenging and includes a variety of special effects. With performance notes. Duration ca. 20 minutes.