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Ensemble Intercontemporain plays Chin, Pintscher and Staud

Andys Skordis: Happening…but not…kjkjk

For 3 recorders, bass clarinet and 2 percussionists; performed by Amsterdam Collage Ensemble.

Spot Warszawskiej Jesieni 2014/ Warsaw Autumn 2014 video clip

Klangspuren Schwaz - Tiroler Festival Für Neue Musik: 11.09.–27.09.2014

Bendigo International Festival of Exploratory Music: 5-7 September 2014

http://fancymusic.ru/vladimir-rannev-two-acts/

Singers

Hamlet: Gunnar Brandt-Sigurdsson
Faust: Reiner Killius
Soul / Spirit: Natalia Pschenitschnikova

Ensemble Mosaik

Flute: Bettina Junge
Oboe: Simon Strasse
Clarinet: Christian Vogel
Saxophone: Martin Losert
Piano: Ernst Surberg
Percussion: Roland Neffe
Violin: Khatchatur Kanayan
Viola: Karen Lorenz
Cello: Mathis Mayr

Conductor: Enno Poppe

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Vladimir Rannev: “Characters from the history of culture often appear as protagonists with Dmitry Alexandrovich Prigov. Here we have Hamlet and Faust. Prigov acknowledges them as two types of reflexing consciousness, deeply rooted in European culture. Yet here the reflection does not have the same intensity as the primary source, rather only the inertia of fading motion. They are not to be mistaken for heroes – they are ordinary, and even marginal; their reflections are awkward and out of place. The sad truth is that contemporaneity sets a framework which does not allow these characters to live up to their destinies. The rules of life are not in discord with the pathos of “lofty thoughts”, but fully compatible with this pathos as a prop of behavioural routine, a mere unobtrusive habit. Today they are the rustling whisper of language, nothing more than that.”

http://fancymusic.ru/vladimir-rannev-two-acts/

Singers

Hamlet: Gunnar Brandt-Sigurdsson
Faust: Reiner Killius
Soul / Spirit: Natalia Pschenitschnikova

Ensemble Mosaik

Flute: Bettina Junge
Oboe: Simon Strasse
Clarinet: Christian Vogel
Saxophone: Martin Losert
Piano: Ernst Surberg
Percussion: Roland Neffe
Violin: Khatchatur Kanayan
Viola: Karen Lorenz
Cello: Mathis Mayr

Conductor: Enno Poppe

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Vladimir Rannev: “Characters from the history of culture often appear as protagonists with Dmitry Alexandrovich Prigov. Here we have Hamlet and Faust. Prigov acknowledges them as two types of reflexing consciousness, deeply rooted in European culture. Yet here the reflection does not have the same intensity as the primary source, rather only the inertia of fading motion. They are not to be mistaken for heroes – they are ordinary, and even marginal; their reflections are awkward and out of place. The sad truth is that contemporaneity sets a framework which does not allow these characters to live up to their destinies. The rules of life are not in discord with the pathos of “lofty thoughts”, but fully compatible with this pathos as a prop of behavioural routine, a mere unobtrusive habit. Today they are the rustling whisper of language, nothing more than that.”

Ankunft: Neue Musik

Yiğit Kolat: Tülbend

For large ensemble and solo ney.

Nieuw Ensemble

Michalis Cholevas - ney
Jussi Jaatinen - conductor

http://www.yigitkolat.com/
https://soundcloud.com/ykolat

http://michalischolevas.com/
http://www.nieuw-ensemble.nl/home.html

Tymoteusz Witczak: Cztery Jesienne Haiku

For soprano, flute and violoncello.

Marta Kowalczuk - soprano
Monika Winczewska - flute
Monika Kowalczuk - violoncello


Germán Alonso: so f**king easy

For bass clarinet, horn, trumpet, trombone, percussion, contrabass and conductor.

Le Nouvel Ensemble Moderne
Lorraine Vaillancourt, conductor

http://www.german-alonso.com/
https://soundcloud.com/german_alonso

http://lenem.ca/

Ensemble Intercontemporain plays Chin, Pintscher and Staud

Andys Skordis: Happening…but not…kjkjk

For 3 recorders, bass clarinet and 2 percussionists; performed by Amsterdam Collage Ensemble.

Spot Warszawskiej Jesieni 2014/ Warsaw Autumn 2014 video clip

MITO SettembreMusica 2014

Program General (pdf)

Klangspuren Schwaz - Tiroler Festival Für Neue Musik: 11.09.–27.09.2014

Bendigo International Festival of Exploratory Music: 5-7 September 2014

http://fancymusic.ru/vladimir-rannev-two-acts/

Singers

Hamlet: Gunnar Brandt-Sigurdsson
Faust: Reiner Killius
Soul / Spirit: Natalia Pschenitschnikova

Ensemble Mosaik

Flute: Bettina Junge
Oboe: Simon Strasse
Clarinet: Christian Vogel
Saxophone: Martin Losert
Piano: Ernst Surberg
Percussion: Roland Neffe
Violin: Khatchatur Kanayan
Viola: Karen Lorenz
Cello: Mathis Mayr

Conductor: Enno Poppe

__

Vladimir Rannev: “Characters from the history of culture often appear as protagonists with Dmitry Alexandrovich Prigov. Here we have Hamlet and Faust. Prigov acknowledges them as two types of reflexing consciousness, deeply rooted in European culture. Yet here the reflection does not have the same intensity as the primary source, rather only the inertia of fading motion. They are not to be mistaken for heroes – they are ordinary, and even marginal; their reflections are awkward and out of place. The sad truth is that contemporaneity sets a framework which does not allow these characters to live up to their destinies. The rules of life are not in discord with the pathos of “lofty thoughts”, but fully compatible with this pathos as a prop of behavioural routine, a mere unobtrusive habit. Today they are the rustling whisper of language, nothing more than that.”

http://fancymusic.ru/vladimir-rannev-two-acts/

Singers

Hamlet: Gunnar Brandt-Sigurdsson
Faust: Reiner Killius
Soul / Spirit: Natalia Pschenitschnikova

Ensemble Mosaik

Flute: Bettina Junge
Oboe: Simon Strasse
Clarinet: Christian Vogel
Saxophone: Martin Losert
Piano: Ernst Surberg
Percussion: Roland Neffe
Violin: Khatchatur Kanayan
Viola: Karen Lorenz
Cello: Mathis Mayr

Conductor: Enno Poppe

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Vladimir Rannev: “Characters from the history of culture often appear as protagonists with Dmitry Alexandrovich Prigov. Here we have Hamlet and Faust. Prigov acknowledges them as two types of reflexing consciousness, deeply rooted in European culture. Yet here the reflection does not have the same intensity as the primary source, rather only the inertia of fading motion. They are not to be mistaken for heroes – they are ordinary, and even marginal; their reflections are awkward and out of place. The sad truth is that contemporaneity sets a framework which does not allow these characters to live up to their destinies. The rules of life are not in discord with the pathos of “lofty thoughts”, but fully compatible with this pathos as a prop of behavioural routine, a mere unobtrusive habit. Today they are the rustling whisper of language, nothing more than that.”

Ankunft: Neue Musik

Yiğit Kolat: Tülbend

For large ensemble and solo ney.

Nieuw Ensemble

Michalis Cholevas - ney
Jussi Jaatinen - conductor

http://www.yigitkolat.com/
https://soundcloud.com/ykolat

http://michalischolevas.com/
http://www.nieuw-ensemble.nl/home.html

Tymoteusz Witczak: Cztery Jesienne Haiku

For soprano, flute and violoncello.

Marta Kowalczuk - soprano
Monika Winczewska - flute
Monika Kowalczuk - violoncello


Germán Alonso: so f**king easy

For bass clarinet, horn, trumpet, trombone, percussion, contrabass and conductor.

Le Nouvel Ensemble Moderne
Lorraine Vaillancourt, conductor

http://www.german-alonso.com/
https://soundcloud.com/german_alonso

http://lenem.ca/

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