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Apollon Musagete Quartett, Vassilis Agrokostas, Michalis Cholevas, Christian Elsasser, Konstantia Gourzi Ieratiki Poiisi I: Till The Very End
06 :08
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Apollon Musagete Quartett, Vassilis Agrokostas, Michalis Cholevas, Christian Elsasser, Konstantia Gourzi Ieratiki Poiisi II: Evening In The Hermtage
03 :57
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Apollon Musagete Quartett, Vassilis Agrokostas, Michalis Cholevas, Christian Elsasser, Konstantia Gourzi Ieratiki Poiisi III: Midday inSalonica
05 :25
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Vassilis Agrokostas, Michalis Cholevas, Christian Elsasser Flammenarie
14 :35
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Michalis Cholevas Sud-Wind-eine Erzahlung 1
02 :10
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Vassilis Agrokostas, Konstantia Gourzi Sappho-Lied-Homage A Kurtag
03 :32
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Michalis Cholevas Sud-Wind-eine Erzahlung 2
01 :31
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Vassilis Agrokostas, Michalis Cholevas Verbindugen
07 :47
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Konstantia Gourzi, Michalis Cholevas, Apollon Musagete Quartett Kastalia I: Versenkung
03 :14
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Konstantia Gourzi, Michalis Cholevas, Apollon Musagete Quartett Kastalia II: Ankunft
02 :44
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Konstantia Gourzi, Michalis Cholevas, Apollon Musagete Quartett Kastalia III: Einatmen
01 :46
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Konstantia Gourzi, Michalis Cholevas, Apollon Musagete Quartett Kastalia IV: Die Spruche
05 :31
13
Konstantia Gourzi, Michalis Cholevas, Apollon Musagete Quartett Kastalia V: Ausatmen
01 :21
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Konstantia Gourzi, Michalis Cholevas, Apollon Musagete Quartett Kastalia VI: Abschied
02 :39
ARTIST
TITLE
Conjunctions - Synápsies
FORMAT
CD

LABEL
CATALOG #
NEOS 11035CD NEOS 11035CD
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
7/2/2013

"Konstantia Gourzi is one of the most important mentors of contemporary music. As a prize-winner of the Christoph and Stephan Kaske Foundation she stands alongside Pierre Boulez and György Ligeti, and she has founded or directed a number of contemporary music organizations. Her compositions bridge traditional music with contemporary sources of expression." Performed by: Vassilis Agrokostas, psalmist; Michalis Cholevas, tarhu, saz, ney; Christian Elsässer, piano; Konstantia Gourzi, piano and conductor; Appolon Musagète Quartett: Pawel Zalejski, Bartosz Zachlod, violins; Piotr Szumiel, viola; Piotr Skweres, cello.