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Salzburg Biennale Festival For New Music 2009

Biennale / Webern / Huber / Hosokawa
Release Date: 01/31/2012 
Label:  Neos   Catalog #: 50905  
Composer:  Mauricio SoteloSteve ReichTraditionalToshio Hosokowa,   ... 
Performer:  ArcángelManuel SaavedraAgustín Díaz SeraAntonio Saavedra,   ... 
Conductor:  Beat FurrerJohannes KalitzeMadé ArnawaToshio Hosokawa
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Salzburg Bach ChoirAustrian Ensemble for New MusicVia Nova Percussion Group,   ... 
Number of Discs: 2 
Recorded in: Stereo 
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Notes and Editorial Reviews

These 2 DVDs reflect the visually most interesting performances during Salzburg Biennale 2009. They do not overlap the compositions presend on NEOS’ Salzburg Biennale audio box. The discs do not only show the music: additional you can watch informative interviews with the composers Beat Furrer, Toshio Hosokawa, and Klaus Huber.

SALZBURG BIENNALE: FESTIVAL FOR NEW MUSIC 2009
Mauricio Sotelo (*1961): Cripta. Mu?sica para Luigi Nono (2004–2005/2008): Flamenco; Two pieces from Puro y hondo
Steve Reich (*1936): City Life for amplified ensemble and tape (1995): Music for 18 Musicians
Gamelan Music from Bali
Toshio Hosokawa (*1955): Silent Flowers for string quartet (1998), In Ajimano from Somon-Ka for
Read more voice, koto, violoncello and ensemble (2001)
Anton Webern (1883–1945): Sechs Bagatellen fu?r Streichquartett op. 9 (1911/1913), Fu?nf Sa?tze fu?r Streichquartett op. 5 (1909)
Helmut Lachenmann (*1935): tema for flute, voice and violoncello (1968)
Traditional Japanese Music for Koto: Yatsuhashi Kengyo? (1614–1685): Rokudan (Danmoto)
Traditional Japanese Music for Shakuhachi: Koku · Tsuru no sugomori Klaus Huber (*1924)
Die Erde dreht sich auf den Ho?rnern eines Stieres, Ecce Homines for string quintet (1998)
Total playing time: 127:00
Picture Format: PAL & NTSC

ARTISTS: Arca?ngel, flamenco singer. oenm . oesterreichisches ensemble fu?r neue musik, Salzburger Bachchor – Alois Glaßner, rehearsals. Beat Furrer, conductor. oenm . oesterreichisches ensemble fu?r neue musik, Johannes Kalitze, conductor. Kyo?ko Kawamura, koto/voice. Peter Sigl, violoncello. oenm . oesterreichisches ensemble fu?r neue musik, Toshio Hosokawa, conductor.
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Works on This Recording

1. Cripta by Mauricio Sotelo
Performer:  Arcángel (Voice)
Conductor:  Beat Furrer
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Salzburg Bach Choir
2. Flamenco by Mauricio Sotelo
Performer:  Manuel Saavedra (Voice), Agustín Díaz Sera (Percussion), Antonio Saavedra (Voice),
Arcángel (Voice), Miguel Ángel Cortés (Guitar)
3. City Life by Steve Reich
Conductor:  Johannes Kalitze
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Austrian Ensemble for New Music
Period: 20th Century 
Written: 1994; USA 
4. Music for 18 Musicians by Steve Reich
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Austrian Ensemble for New Music,  Via Nova Percussion Group
Period: 20th Century 
Written: 1976; USA 
5. Gamelon Music by Traditional
Conductor:  Madé Arnawa
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Ensemble Taruna Mekar
6. Silent Flowers by Toshio Hosokowa
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Quatuor Diotima
Period: 20th Century 
Written: 1998 
7. Bagatelles (6) for string quartet, Op. 9 by Anton Webern
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Quatuor Diotima
Period: Modern 
Written: 1913; Austria 
8. Sätze (5) for String Quartet, Op. 5 by Anton Webern
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Quatuor Diotima
Period: 20th Century 
Written: 1909; Preglhof 
9. In Ajimano by Toshio Hosokawa
Conductor:  Toshio Hosokawa
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Austrian Ensemble for New Music
10. Koku by Traditional
Performer:  Tadashi Tajima (Shakuhachi)
Written: Japan 
11. Tsuru no sugomori by Traditional
Performer:  Tadashi Tajima (Shakuhachi)
12. Die Erde dreht sich auf den Hörnern eines Stieres by Klaus Huber
Performer:  Julien Jalâl Eddine Weiss (Qanan), Predrag Katanic (Viola), Hasan Altnji (Voice),
Adel Shams El Din (Riqq), Manuel De Roo (Guitar)
13. Ecce Homines by Klaus Huber
Performer:  Sergey Malov (Viola)
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Stadler Quartet
Period: 20th Century 
Written: 1998 

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