Gander, Bernhard: Dirty Angel
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If you'd like a step-by-step approach to contemporary classical music, please check the listening category - from LR 01 to LR 04.
Failed takeoffs with accordion and flugelhorn.
Haas, Georg Friedrich: Limited approximations
Desert island music with six (!) micro-tonally tuned pianos.
Nordin, Jesper: Calm Like A Bomb
No, this is not the song of the rock band Rage Against the Machine. Which music has more punch?
Penderecki, Krzysztof: Threnody
If you feel why Penderecki composed his work this way, no more music will be unusual in this Listening Room.
Oehring, Helmut - Schiphorst, Iris ter: Prae-Senz
Turn-of-the-century ballet music: know-how and state-of-the-art technology, full of inventions.
Lorentzen, Bent: Cruor
Extremely serious and somber organ music with all the power of the instrument. Substantial energy.
Ligeti, György: Volumina
Can’t read sheet music? No problem, Ligeti drew his idea. How does it sound?
Sciarrino, Salvatore: Macbeth
Sciarrino’s aspiring singers are novel and fantastic. Macbeth, like you – very probably – never heard.
Dillon, James: Birl
The wonderfully pleasant baroque harpsichord in Listening Room 04? It’s possible.
Scelsi, Giacinto: Uaxuctum: I.
The end of a civilization with Scelsi’s painful colors. An overwhelming representation of instinctive fear.
Holliger, Heinz: Fünf Stücke
Sometimes there is no doubt about the listening category of a piece of music - perpetuum mobile for organ and electronics.
Henry, Pierre: Paysage
Isn't this music shocking enough? What about Etranglement on the same album?
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