Iannis Xenakis - Akrata; Pithoprakta/Capriccio for Violin & Orchestra; de Natura Sonoris mp3 downloadPerformer: Iannis Xenakis
Title: Akrata; Pithoprakta/Capriccio for Violin & Orchestra; de Natura Sonoris
Style: Musique Concrète
Size MP3 version: 1722 mb
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Iannis Xenakis - Akrata; Pithoprakta/Capriccio for Violin & Orchestra; de Natura Sonoris mp3 download
Untitled 113 for Iannis Xenakis.
Pulse Garden Records. Netlabel focused on all kind of experimental electronic music. Mainly Glitch, Idm, & Noise.
Capriccio For Violin & Orchestra. Violin – Paul Zukofsky. All the compositions presented on this record, with the exception of
196? Akrata; o for Violin & Orchestra; de Natura Sonoris.
xenakis, iannis akrata achorripsis polla ta dina st/10. iannis xenakis album 2. ANGEL - 36656.
Amazing Iannis Xenakis collection of historical recordings of essential works. Disc one features all works on CD for the first time; Disc 2 features different mixes of Xenakis' most famous electronic works. Disc one with the orchestra works represents an era of Xenakis' development of polytope, geometrical, mathematical, based works from the late 1950s to the 60s in historical recordings earlier released on LP except for "ST/48" which has not previously been released. Akrata and Pithoprakta by the Bufalo Philharmonic under Lukas Foss, Nonesuch H-71201, end of 1960s (paired with Penderecki's De Natura Sonoris and Capriccio for Violin & Orchestra, Paul Zukovsky violin). The only regret is that it wasn't Dufallo conducting Buffalo. It is in the form of an old triple-fold vinyl album, with the discs in paper and plastic slip covers instead of jewel boxes.
Iannis Xenakis (also spelt as Yannis Xenakis) (Greek: Γιάννης (Ιάννης) Ξενάκης ; 29 May 1922 – 4 February 2001) was a Romanian-born, Greek-French composer, music theorist, architect, performance director and engineer. After 1947, he fled Greece, becoming a naturalized citizen of France. He is considered an important post-World War II composer whose works helped revolutionize 20th century classical music.
Capriccio for violin & orchestra ; De natura sonoris, Krzysztof Penderecki (1968). Richard Hoffmann: String trio (1969). Michael Sahl: Mitzvah for the dead, for violin and tape (1969). Roger Sessions, Piano sonata no. 3 - Charles Wuorinen: Duo for violin and piano (1971). Paul Zukofsky: New music for chamber orchestra (1972). George Crumb: Black angels - Charles Jones: String quartet no. 6 (1972). Elliott Carter: Double concerto for harpsichord and piano with two chamber orchestras; Duo for violin and piano (1975)
Track List - Disc 1
|1||Persepolis GRM Mix||Iannis Xenakis||01:00:42|
Track List - Disc 2
|1||[Untitled Track]||Iannis Xenakis||9:20|
|2||Per Se||Iannis Xenakis feat: Ryoji Ikeda||8:35|
|3||Doing by Not Doing||Iannis Xenakis feat: Zbigniew Karkowski||15:12|
|4||[Untitled Track]||Iannis Xenakis feat: Antimatter||9:59|
|6||Untitled 113 for Iannis Xenakis||Iannis Xenakis feat: Francisco López||10:05|
|7||Whorl||Iannis Xenakis feat: Laminar||7:05|
|8||[Untitled Track]||Iannis Xenakis feat: Merzbow||7:01|
|9||[Untitled Track]||Iannis Xenakis||7:34|
CreditsAntimatter - Primary Artist
Ryoji Ikeda - Primary Artist
Zbigniew Karkowski - Primary Artist
Laminar - Primary Artist
Francisco López - Primary Artist
Merzbow - Primary Artist
Iannis Xenakis - Primary Artist