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Disc 1
01
Thomas Larcher, SWR Sinfonieorchester Baden-Baden und Freiburg, Pierre Boulez Ich Und Du
14 :48
02
SWR Sinfonieorchester Baden-Baden und Freiburg, Pierre Boulez Altbau: I
07 :16
03
Pierre Boulez/SWR Sinfonieorchester Baden-Baden Und Freiburg Altbau: II
10 :13
04
Sylvain Cambreling, SWR Symphony Orchestra Baden-Baden & Freiburg Die Tanzerin (Symphonie V)
14 :59
05
Sylvain Cambreling, SWR Symphony Orchestra Baden-Baden & Freiburg Quintet for Groups
18 :14
Disc 2
01
Ensemble Modern, Frank Ollu Fiktive Tanze: I. Gerader Tanz (Eroffnung)
01 :46
02
Ensemble Modern, Frank Ollu Fiktive Tanze: II. Verlangsamter Tanz
03 :09
03 02 :35
04
Ensemble Modern, Frank Ollu Fiktive Tanze: IV. Auszeit
01 :16
05
Ensemble Modern, Frank Ollu Fiktive Tanze: V. Schwieriger Tanz
02 :47
06
Ensemble Modern, Frank Ollu The Sublime (2008) for ensemble
12 :05
07
Klangforum Wien, Emilio Pomarico Cire Perdue
10 :00
08
Klangforum Wien, Emilio Pomarico Teeter-Totter
14 :48
09
Klangforum Wien, Emilio Pomarico Beine und Strumpfe
11 :54
Disc 3
01
Ensemble Modern, Frank Ollu Chronos-Aion
27 :39
02
Meria Asher, Martin Winkler, Dror Feiler, Klangforum Wien, Rolf Gupta Mull (2008) for amplified chamber orchestra, two singers, and live electronics
38 :39
ARTIST
TITLE
Donaueschinger Musiktage 2008
FORMAT
3CD/SACD

LABEL
CATALOG #
NEOS 10944CD NEOS 10944CD
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
7/2/2013

Featured works: Georges Apreghis: Teeter-totter; Brian Ferneyhough: Chronos-Aion; Dror Feiler: Müll; Bernhard Gander: Beine und Strümpfe; Saed Haddad: The Sublime; Enno Poppe: Altbau; Arnulf Herrmann: Fiktive Tänze; Ben Johnston: Quintet for Groups; Isabel Mundry: Ich und Du; Eduoardo Moguillansky: Cire perdue; Brice Pauset: Die Tänzerin. "'One hundred years of New Music -- so what now.' This rhetorical question posed by the promoters of the event provoked various responses. Enno Poppe occupied one corner (a dusty one at that), and Isabel Mundry quite another -- playing the role philosopher. As for Ben Johnston, he celebrated a late Donaueschingen debut with his Quintet for Groups. Brice Pauset, Arnulf Hermann and Bernhard Gander allowed their thoughts to roam a little, as a series of solos receding into the distance, if apparently chaotic when viewed up close, not unlike a disco just around the corner. Saed Haddad demanded luxury goods, and Eduardo Moguillansky held white-hot forms in his hands. Georges Aperghis achieved a remarkable balancing act. Brian Ferneyhough felt, 'The plethora of phenomena that surround us is confusing, incommensurable.' Stay awake, opined Dror Feiler, watch and see how it all develops. Cheers ... let's make a joyful racket!" Stereo/multichannel hybrid SACDs that can be played on any CD player.