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Wydawnictwo: Neos
Nr katalogowy: NEOS 12012
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: lipiec 2020
EAN: 4260063120121
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Epoka muzyczna: współczesna
Obszar (język): niemiecki
Instrumenty: flet, klarnet

Grosskopf: SprachKlang (VoiceSound)

Neos - NEOS 12012
Eberhard Blum, flute
Hans Deinzer, clarinet
Vinko Globokar, trombone
Claude Lelong, viola
Erhard Grosskopf, sound control
Dialectics, Op. 9 - Version 5/8, magnetic tape, flute, viola, trombone (7 tracks)
Prozess der Veränderung (Process of Change), Op. 12
Night Tracks, Op. 14
Dialectics, Op. 9 - Version 1/8, magnetic tape (4 tracks), flute, clarinet, trombone (live)
“To compose sound is something different from composing with sound”, said Erhard Grosskopf in March of 2020, in a portrait radio broadcast on Deutschlandfunk Kultur. His electroacoustic works published on this CD were created between 1969 and 1972 under unique conditions: analogue studio technology and multi-channel, spatial sound projections. What these early electronic compositions by Grosskopf share in common are: spatialisation, process-based character, language and electronic sound generation.

After the first wave of studios for electroacoustic music were founded worldwide, the Instituut voor Sonologie of the Rijksuniversiteit Utrecht, founded in the 1960s, quickly became one of the most renowned studios worldwide under the long-term direction of composer Gottfried Michael Koenig, using control voltage studio technology at an advanced level. In 1969, 35-year-old Erhard Grosskopf was one of six German composers commissioned to compose for the Osaka Pavilion at EXPO’70, for which he absolutely wanted to use the Utrecht Studio to realize his electronics for Dialectics. Happily, the Studio was made available to him. Subsequently, in 1971 and 1972, Grosskopf was an academic research assistant in Utrecht at Koenig’s invitation, where he also worked on his compositions Prozess der Veränderung and Night Tracks. In 2020, the analogue tapes from Grosskopf’s time in Utrecht were digitized by Kees Tazelaar, the director of the Institute of Sonology in The Hague, which is the present location of the former Utrecht Studio.

Zobacz także:

  • CHE 02202
  • AR 019
  • SIGCD 608
  • GEN 19678
  • ONYX 4211
  • BMCCD 284
  • GMCD 7816
  • GEN 19677
  • CDJ 33130
  • SIGCD 621