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Peter Ablinger - Regenstücke Vol. 1 flac album

Peter Ablinger - Regenstücke Vol. 1 flac album
Regenstücke Vol. 1
Peter Ablinger
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1972 mb
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Austrian composer Peter Ablinger has provided one of the most confounding and remarkable piano works of the late twentieth century in Grisailles (1-100).

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A Ohne Titel / 3 Klaviere (1-6)
Piano – Elisabeth Väth-Schadler, Hannes Gill, Isabel Pérez-Requeijo
B Regenstück 1-6 / 6 Schlagzeuger
Percussion – Brian Archinal


You never know what to expect from Peter Ablinger: noise, silence, serious grotesque or
black humor. And you always get a total opposition from what you have expected, which
makes him so special and unique!
On his first release for GODrec, he offers two pieces from his famous "Regenstück" series:
"Ohne Titel / 3 Klaviere (1-6) and "Regenstück 1-6 / 6 Schalgzeuger.
"Ohne Titel / 3 Klaviere" involves one tone in changing octaves (and very seldom a few
additional pitches). There are 6 sections, all in the same sequence of registers, like one
piece written 6 times - a series, but at the same time there's an almost hidden development
through the 6 sections.
Coordinated by click-tracks, each performer plays independently within separate pulses that
never meet within one piece. The piece focuses on the micro-rhythmical shifts between
piano-attacks and their different location in space - an etude in listening to what is not
obvious in its details as well as its silent evolution.
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