Various ‎– New Music For Chamber Orchestra

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Mainstream Records ‎– MS/5008, Mainstream Records ‎– MS 5008
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Tracklist Masquer Crédits

A1 Achoripsis
Bass Clarinet – Werner DiestelBassoon – Alfred FrankeCello – Friedrich Bohm, Hermann Moscicki, Siegfried PalmClarinet [E-flat] – Rudolf IrmischComposed By – Iannis XenakisConductor – Francis TravisContrabassoon – Walter StollDouble Bass – Günter Schmidt, Josef Lippert, Theodor PeusEnsemble – Hamburger KammersolistenOboe – Heinz NordbruchPercussion – Gustav Nolzen, Herbert Meyer (2), Robert HinzePiccolo Flute – Karl ElsnerTrombone – Horst RaaschTrumpet – Alfons Krause, Konrad ReineckeViolin – Franz Schmidtner, Rudolf Maria Müller*, Werner Präfke
5:45
A2 Triplum
Clarinet – Guy DeplusComposed By – Aldo ClementiFlute – Severino GazzelloniOboe – Lothar Faber
4:03
A3 Szene III
Bass Clarinet – Stelio LicudiBassoon – André RabotCello – Pierre PenassouClarinet – Georgina Dobree*, Guy DeplusComposed By – Bo NilssonConductor – Bruno MadernaContrabass [Contra-bass] – Georg NothdorfEnsemble – Internationalen Kranichsteiner Kammer-Ensembles*Ensemble [String Quartet] – Parrenin String Quartet*Flute – Bernhard Sebon*, Severino GazzelloniHarp – Francis PierreHorns – Renato FagottoOboe – Lothar FaberPercussion – Christoph Caskel, Heinz HaedlerPiano – Alfons Kontarsky, Aloys KontarskyTrombone – Bruno Ferrari (2)Trumpet – Anania BattagliolaViola – Michel WalèsViolin – Jacques Ghestern*, Jacques Parrenin
5:40
A4 Drei Kleine Stucke
Bass Clarinet – Stelio LicudiBassoon – André RabotCello – Pierre PenassouClarinet – Georgina Dobree*, Guy DeplusComposed By – Arnold SchoenbergConductor – Bruno MadernaContrabass [Contra-bass] – Georg NothdorfEnsemble – Internationalen Kranichsteiner Kammer-Ensembles*Ensemble [String Quartet] – Parrenin String Quartet*Flute – Bernhard Sebon*, Severino GazzelloniHarp – Francis PierreHorns – Renato FagottoOboe – Lothar FaberPercussion – Christoph Caskel, Heinz HaedlerPiano – Alfons Kontarsky, Aloys KontarskyTrombone – Bruno Ferrari (2)Trumpet – Anania BattagliolaViola – Michel WalèsViolin – Jacques Ghestern*, Jacques Parrenin
2:41
B1 Canto
Bass Clarinet – Stelio LicudiBassoon – André RabotCello – Pierre PenassouClarinet – Georgina Dobree*, Guy DeplusComposed By – Wlodzimierz Kotonski*Conductor – Bruno MadernaContrabass [Contra-bass] – Georg NothdorfEnsemble [String Quartet] – Parrenin String Quartet*Flute – Bernhard Sebon*, Severino GazzelloniHarp – Francis PierreHorns – Renato FagottoOboe – Lothar FaberPercussion – Christoph Caskel, Heinz HaedlerPerformer – Internationalen Kranichsteiner Kammer-Ensembles*Piano – Alfons Kontarsky, Aloys KontarskyTrombone – Bruno Ferrari (2)Trumpet – Anania BattagliolaViola – Michel WalèsViolin – Jacques Ghestern*, Jacques Parrenin
5:10
B2 Six Stoicheia
Composed By – Yuji TakahashiViolin [4 Tracks] – Paul Zukofsky
6:30
B3 Frequenzen
Bass Clarinet – Werner DiestelBassoon – Alfred FrankeCello – Friedrich Bohm, Hermann Moscicki, Siegfried PalmClarinet [E-flat] – Rudolf IrmischComposed By – Bo NilssonConductor – Francis TravisContrabassoon – Walter StollDouble Bass – Günter Schmidt, Josef Lippert, Theodor PeusEnsemble – Hamburger KammersolistenOboe – Heinz NordbruchPercussion – Gustav Nolzen, Herbert Meyer (2), Robert HinzeTrombone – Horst RaaschTrumpet – Alfons Krause, Konrad ReineckeViolin – Franz Schmidtner, Rudolf Maria Müller*, Werner Präfke
4:10

Crédits

Notes

Black and White Promotional Label - Not for sale

Four of these seven works (and the Boulez, "Livre pour Quatour"; MS/5009) were recorded at the 1961 Darmstadt Festival. I'm sure that all concerned with this record will join me in dedicating it to the memory of the gentle and brilliant director of that festival from 1946 until his unfortunate accidental death in 1961, Dr. Wolfgang Steinecke. His extraordinary vision and devotion to "new music" and composers and musicians that he believed in and supported continue to stimulate and transform musical life throughout the world.
E.B.

Dates of composition:
Achoripsis (1957)
Triplum (1961)
Szene III (1961)
Drei Kleine Stucke (1910) [first recording]
Canto (1961)
Six Stoicheia (1969)
Frequenzen (1956)