Donaueschinger Musiktage 2012

Donaueschinger Musiktage 2012

Neos Classics  NEOS 11303-05 (3 discs)

Stereo/Multichannel Hybrid

Classical - Orchestral

Martin Smolka (*1959): My My Country for orchestra (2012)
Arnulf Herrmann (*1968): durchbrochene Arbeit for orchestra (2012)
Bernhard Gander (*1969): hukl for orchestra (2012)
Franck Bedrossian (*1971): Itself for orchestra (2012)
Stefan Prins (*1979): Generation Kill for percussion, electric guitar, violin, cello, four game controller performers, four video projections and live electronics (2012)
Yoav Pasovsky (*1980): Mimshak for enhanced ensemble (2012)
Johannes Kreidler (*1980): Der “Weg der Verzweiflung” (Hegel) ist der chromatische. for nine instruments, audio and video playback (2012)
Klaus Schedl (*1966): Selbsthenker II – durch die Wand ins Gehirn for ensemble (2012)
Clemens Gadenstätter (*1966): SAD SONGS for saxophones, electric guitar, percussion and piano (2011/2012)
Malin Bång (*1974): kobushi burui for tenor saxophone, percussion, piano, electric guitar and four objects (2012)
Georg Katzer (*1935): after Carroll (Jabberwocky) for soprano and ensemble (2012)
Beat Furrer (*1954): linea dell’orizzonte for clarinet, trumpet, trombone, violin, cello, piano, percussion and electric guitar (2012)

Nadar Ensemble (Prins, Pasovsky, Kriedler, Schedl), Ensemble Nikel (Gadenstätter, Bång), ensemble asamisimasa, ensemble ascolta (Furrer)
SWR Sinfonieorchester Baden-Baden und Freiburg
Rupert Huber (Smolka, Herrmann), François-Xavier Roth (Gander, Bedrossian)

Each year in October, NEOS presents the essence of the previous year's Donaueschinger festival.

The works from 2012 featured on this three disc set include: Martin Smolka's "My My Country," Stefan Prins' "Generation Kill," Clemens Gadenstatter's "Sad Songs,"Arnulf Herrmann's "Durchbrochene Arbeit," Yoav Pasovsky's "Mimshak," Malin Bang's "Kobushi Burui," and other artists including: Bernhard Gander, Franck Bedrossian, Johanne Kreidler, Klaus Schedl, Georg Katzer, and Beat Furrer. Performed by: SWR Sinfonieorhcester Baden-Baden and Freiburg, Rupert Huber and Francois-Xavier Roth (conductors), Ensemble Asamisimasa, Ensemble Ascolta, Ensemble Nikel, Nadar Ensemble, and Johannes Kalitzke (conductor).

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