Karlheinz Stockhausen ‎– Ceylon / Bird Of Passage

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Chrysalis ‎– CHR 1110
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A Ceylon
Bells [Camel Bells], Triangle, Synthesizer – Peter EötvösEngineer [Sound Projection] – Tim SousterGong [Tam Tam] – Joachim KristPercussion [Kandy Drum] – Karlheinz StockhausenPiano [Modulated] – Aloys KontarskySynthesizer [Electronium] – Harald Bojé
25:16
B Bird Of Passage
Percussion [Chromatic Rin], Flute [Lotus Flute], Bells [Indian Bells], Whistle [Bird Whistle], Voice – Karlheinz StockhausenPiano – Aloys KontarskySynthesizer [Electronium] – Harald BojéTrumpet – John Miller (14)Trumpet, Trumpet [Electric], Flugelhorn – Markus Stockhausen
22:26

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Side A: Recorded by West German Broadcasting, Cologne ℗1975 W.D.R.
Side B: ℗1975 Chrysalis Records

Both sides: Stockhausen Verlag

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  • Matrix / Runout (A-side runout etching [final numeral is stamped and offset 90 degrees]): CHR-1-1110 LW2 2
  • Matrix / Runout (B-side runout etching [final numeral is stamped and offset 90 degrees]): CHR-2-1110 LW2 1

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ProsperAlpanus

August 15, 2013
I believe the faces are swapped in this LP. Just listen to the music and check the instrumentation. Ceylon is the percussive one, Birds of Passage has bird whistles and saxophone.