Karlheinz Stockhausen - Klavierstucke (Piano Pieces)/David Tudor, Piano album download
A reissue of the incredible performances of the Piano Pieces in their first recording made on September 19, 1958 and September 27, 1959, at WDR Radio in Cologne, Germany. At that time, Tudor was the renowned pianist of avant-garde music (having played Boulez 's monumentally complex Second Piano Sonata from memory, for instance) and the exponent of the new "indeterminate" music of Cage. At some point after these performances, Tudor swore that he would never play a piece of Stockhausen 's again, probably for political reasons
The Klavierstücke (German for "Piano Pieces") constitute a series of nineteen compositions by German composer Karlheinz Stockhausen. Stockhausen has said the Klavierstücke "are my drawings" (Stockhausen 1971, 19). Originating as a set of four small pieces composed between February and June 1952 (Blumröder 1993, 109–10), Stockhausen later formulated a plan for a large cycle of 21 Klavierstücke, in sets of 4 + 6 + 1 + 5 + 3 + 2 pieces (Smalley 1969, 30; Toop 1983, 348)
Complete your Karlheinz Stockhausen - David Tudor collection. Producer – Heinz Oepen (tracks: 9 to 12), Otto Tomek (tracks: 1 to 8). Notes. Liner notes in German, French and English Made in Switzerland Total time 69:36. Historic first recordings of the Klavierstücke I-VIII & XI (4 versions) by WDR Köln at the Funkhaus, Saal 2 on September 19th, 1958 and September 27th, 1959. Tracks 1 to 4 dedicated to Marcelle Mercenier. Tracks 5 to 12 dedicated to David Tudor.
4: klavierstücke v–x (piano pieces 5-10). Stockhausen at the Mozarteum in Salzburg, 1988. 1954, 1955 (IX & X re. 961) New Piano Techniques Another new development in Stockhausen's piano vocabulary was the expansion of tone and chord colorations with various unconventional (or at least seldom-used) piano techniques: A key is depressed silently, so that the undampened strings act as "resonator strings" when the next note or chord is struck. It was finally performed without interruption by David Tudor in 1959 at the same venue (Darmstadt Summer Vacation Courses Concerts). Revised up until 1961, this piece has the notational novelty of using a sloping horizontal line on a 13-line graph staff to indicate relative tempo (high is fast, low is slow, no line is pause).
Stockhausen: Klavierstucke - Piano Pieces I-XI. Stockhausen wrote these pieces throughout the Fifties a time of the soaringly high avant-garde and envisioned them as extensions and sketch-ideas for his larger works. The first four are collected under one-leaf and exhibit miniature structures,pointillistic,searing contrasts of dynamics and tones magnetized and collected into regions or fields. A great collection and unless you have David Tudor or Aloys Kontarsky you won't find these recorded at least not on this planet. 16 people found this helpful.
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