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Zender: Dialog mit Haydn


Release Date: 10/27/2017 
Label:  Wergo   Catalog #: 73392  
Composer:  Hans Zender
Performer:  Hermann KretzschmarUeli WigetClaron McFadden
Conductor:  Hans ZenderJohannes Kalitzke
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Bundes Youth OrchestraCologne West German Radio Symphony OrchestraWest German Radio Chorus
Number of Discs: 1 
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Notes and Editorial Reviews

Hans Zender works as a musician in two ways: as conductor and composer. In the meantime, composing clearly comes first for him. But Zender is not just a composer and conductor, but also a teacher, thinker and author with a far-reaching interest in the arts, cultures, and philosophies. Zender dedicated special attention to the category of “harmony” – in part arising from the ever-growing insufficiency of the tempered tuning. He has organized the offerings of the harmonic and overtone series for the musician in a system and designed an ordered harmonic structure that brings tempered and pure possibilities together. All the characteristics of Zender’s composing outlined above are combined on this release: the recreation of a concrete music Read more history model in “Dialogue with Haydn”, the immersion in the Asian mode of thought in the two “...no kyo” compositions, the use of microtonality in “Dialogue” and “Issei no kyo“. All three pieces share a humorous-ironic undertone. Read less

Works on This Recording

1.
Dialog mit Haydn by Hans Zender
Performer:  Hermann Kretzschmar (Piano), Ueli Wiget (Piano)
Conductor:  Hans Zender
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Bundes Youth Orchestra
Period: 20th Century 
Written: 1982; Germany 
2.
Issei no kyō by Hans Zender
Performer:  Claron McFadden (Soprano)
Conductor:  Johannes Kalitzke
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Cologne West German Radio Symphony Orchestra
Period: 20th Century 
Written: Germany 
3.
Nanzen No Kyō, "Canto VII" by Hans Zender
Conductor:  Hans Zender
Orchestra/Ensemble:  West German Radio Chorus,  Cologne West German Radio Symphony Orchestra
Period: 20th Century 
Written: Germany 

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