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KYBURZ, H.: Parts / The Voynich Cipher Manuscript / Cells (Weiss, Klangforum Wien, Huber, Rundel)

KYBURZ, H.: Parts / The Voynich Cipher Manuscript / Cells (Weiss, Klangforum Wien, Huber, Rundel)

The Classical Shop
release date: April 2014

Originally recorded in 2014

Artists:

Peter Rundel

Conductor

Rupert Huber

Conductor

Stuttgart Sudfunkchor

Choir

Klangforum Wien

Ensemble

Marcus Weiss

Soloist

Stuttgart Sudfunkchor

Choral

Klangforum Wien

Chamber

Record Label
Musiques Suisses

Genre:

Orchestral & Concertos


Classical

Total Time - 67:30
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KYBURZ, H.: Parts / The Voynich Cipher Manuscript / Cells (Weiss, Klangforum Wien, Huber, Rundel)

     
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HANSPETER KYBURZ

     
 

Parts

 
1 I. — 06:27
2 II. — 06:38
3 III. — 04:20
4 IV. — 04:31
 Klangforum Wien Ensemble
 Peter Rundel Conductor
     
 

The Voynich Cipher Manuscript

 
5 03:13
6 (zeitgeschohn binsgeschulf …) 03:23
7 03:14
8 (feurott go feurott…) 03:18
9 03:35
10 (erfahrendse…) 03:32
 Stuttgart Sudfunkchor Choir
 Rupert Huber Conductor
     
 

Cells

 
11 I. — 04:34
12 II. — 04:06
13 III. — 04:46
14 IV. — 05:11
15 V. — 06:42
 Marcus Weiss Soloist
 Peter Rundel Conductor
     


Swiss composer Hanspeter Kyburz celebrates  triumphs in recent years in the many important stages of contemporary music such as the Doneaushingen Music Days.  Three of his latest compositions since 1994 are now recorded here for the first time here.  They are performed by the ensemble for contemporary music sound Wein and the Südfunk choir Stuttgart.  These very complex, yet enthralling works, are influenced by systems of theory calculation that include computer-based experiments with structure formation processes.

The steep upward striving, in Berlin acting Swiss composer Hanspeter Kyburz celebrated triumphs in recent years in many important stages of contemporary music, such as at the Donaueschingen Music Days. 

 
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