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Bruit Lab 052 – IN REVERSE STOCKHAUSEN (2007-1953)
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Per il ciclo “Venerati Maestri”, un viaggio al contrario in cinquant’anni di musica elettronica e concreta di Karlheinz Stockhausen, dalle ultime prove cosmiche ai primi Etüde.

Per il ciclo “Venerati Maestri”, un viaggio al contrario in cinquant’anni di musica elettronica e concreta di Karlheinz Stockhausen, dalle ultime prove cosmiche ai primi Etüde.

00’00” – 00’07”: Sigla Bruit Lab

00’03” – 04’02”: Karlheinz Stockhausen – Cosmic Pulses (Thirteenth Hour of Klang Cycle) (2006) (excerpt)
(2007, Stockhausen-Verlag)

01’29” – 02’22”: Interview to Karlheinz Stockhausen (in italian). Auditorium Parco della Musica (Roma), 2007. Editing by Alex Marenga (alexmarenga.wix.com/amptek)

03’53” – 06’59”: Karlheinz Stockhausen – Zwei Paare (1991-1994) (excerpt)
da “Europa-Gruss/Stop Und Start/Zwei Paare/Komet/ Licht-Ruf” (2003, Stockhausen-Verlag)

06’36” – 09’40”: Karlheinz Stockhausen – Hymnen: Region II (1966-1967) (excerpt)
da “Hymnen, für elektronische und konkrete Klänge” (1969, Deutsche Grammophon)

09’23” – 13’34”: Karlheinz Stockhausen – Telemusik (1966) (excerpt)
da: “Telemusik/Mixtur” (1969, Deutsche Grammophon)

10’50” – 11’55”: Stockhausen talks about “sounds”: excerpt from Karlheinz Stockausen’s lecture to the Oxford Union on “Four Criteria of Electronic Music” (May 1972)

13’24” – 16’48”: Karlheinz Stockhausen – Solo (Für Melodie-Instrument mit Rückkopplung) (1966) (excerpt) (Trombone: Vinko Globokar)
da “Vinko Globokar ?– Discours II/Sequenza V/Solo Für Melodie – Instrument Mit Rückkopplung/Consecuenza” (1969, Deutsche Grammophon)

16’34” – 18’43”: Karlheinz Stockhausen ?– Mikrophonie I (1964) (excerpt) (Filters, potentiometers: Hugh Davies, Jaap Spek, Karlheinz Stockhausen; microphones: Harald Bojé, Johannes Fritsch; gong: Fred Alings, Aloys Kontarsky)
da: “Mikrophonie I – Mikrophonie II” (CBS, 1965)

18’26” – 22’13”: Karlheinz Stockhausen – Kontakte (Teil 2) (1959) (excerpt) (Drums: Christoph Caskel, David Tudor; electronics: Gottfried Michael Koenig, Karlheinz Stockhausen; piano: David Tudor)
da: “Kontakte” (1960, Wergo)

20’51” – 21’21”: Stockhausen talks about “noise”: excerpt from Karlheinz Stockausen’s lecture to the Oxford Union on “Four Criteria of Electronic Music” (May 1972)

21’48” – 26’33”: Karlheinz Stockhausen – Gesang Der Jünglinge (1955-1956) (excerpt)
da “Gesang Der Jünglinge – Kontakte” (1962, Deutsche Grammophon)

26’13” – 30’00”: Karlheinz Stockhausen – Studie I (1953) (excerpt)
da “Elektronische Musik 1952-1960” (1991, Stockhausen-Verlag)

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