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has had its well received premiere at Donaueschingen.
The composition was co-commissioned by Südwestrundfunk, Wien Modern, Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival, Philharmonie Luxembourg, Festival d`Automne à Paris, Acht Brücken Köln, Deutschlandfunk Kultur and musica viva (Bayerischer Rundfunk).
(performance materials by NGB)
Barbara Buczek‘s huge orchestral setup – maybe the largest “chamber ensemble” so far – comprises of 89 instruments. She finished this composition in 1974 and some parts of it have been performed during the “Warsaw Autumn”.
Only now, more than 40 years later, the complete opus will be published by PWM for the first time and recorded soon as part of the “sto na sto” project.
We digitally cleaned up and re-layouted the handwritten full score, while the 500 pages of instrumental parts were newly engraved.
During the final concert of this year’s festival on the 11th of May a new work by Hèctor Parra will be premiered:
“Orgia – Irrisorio alito d’après la pièce « Orgia » de Pier Paolo Pasolini et la Passion selon saint Jean de Jean-Sébastien Bach”.
The Ensemble Musikfabrik and Concerto Köln will perform under Stefan Asbury.
(engraving by NGB)
Just arrived from the printer and quickly forwarded to the BBC in London — the full score for Evan Johnson’s measurement as contrition: three canons to be performed by Ilan Volkov and the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra on the 9th of May during the Tectonics Festival.
(copy-editing and engraving by NGB)
Seventy years after its conception Philippe Manoury and Jean-Louis Leleu reconstructed the 4th movement of Boulez’ only string quartet “Livre pour quatour”. It will soon be published in a new complete edition by Leduc and performed for the first time. This image depicts a snapshot in the editing process towards the final version.
(performance material by NGB)
The Berlin Academy of Arts is holding a two month Huillet/Straub retrospective, including the filmmaker duo’s Schoenberg films in a “Schönberg-week“. The Kammerensemble Neue Musik Berlin under the baton of Stefan Schreiber is performing two pieces, Ming Tsao’s “Refuse Collection” and Tsao’s arrangement of Schoenberg’s “Begleitmusik zu einer Lichtspielszene”. The performance includes a screening of the 1973 Huillet/Straub film “Einleitung zu Arnold Schoenbergs Begleitmusik zu einer Lichtspielszene”.
(Performance material by NGB)