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Composer: Stockhausen, Karlheinz (1928-2007)

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Year of birth1928
Year of death2007
Period20th century
April 2020
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CologneMusik der Zeit 5

Stockhausen: Inori
WDR Symphony Orchestra; Titus Engel; Emmanuelle Grach; Jamil Attar

New York CityPierre-Laurent Aimard, Part I

Schoenberg, Beethoven, Stockhausen
Pierre-Laurent Aimard, Piano

ParisJean-François Heisser & Jean-Frédéric Neuburger

Stockhausen: Mantra
Jean-Francois Heisser; Jean-Frédéric Neuburger

ViennaSimon Höfele • Simone Rubino

Debussy, Takemitsu, Stockhausen, Hosokawa, Cangelosi, Xenakis, Srnka, Zappa, Rubino
Simon Höfele; Simone Rubino

SalzburgInori — Le Balcon · Pascal

Stockhausen: Inori
Le Balcon; Maxime Pascal; Emmanuelle Grach; Florent Derex
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Stockhausen, Raven Chacon and native American spirit

Charlotte Mundy and Elisa Sutherland © Jeff Gavett
Rather than addressing indigenous genocide, Stockhausen's Am Himmel wandre ich and Chacon's Asdzaa Nádleehé and Yoolgai Asdzaa took native American poetry and myth as setting for an evening of unusual song. 
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Fiery performance of Stockhausen's earlier works

Pierre-Laurent Aimard and Tamara Stefanovich © Neda Navaee
Pierre-Laurent Aimard, Tamara Stefanovich, and Marco Stroppa came together in synergistic harmony to deliver a searing performance of Mantra
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Airborne string players and choral wizardry in aus LICHT Part 3

aus LICHT Day 3 © Ruth & Martin Walz
In the final instalment of aus LICHT, the Helicopter String Quartet lives up to the publicity hype and choirs perform marvellous feats.
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Unforgettable Stockhausen in London

Pierre-Laurent Aimard © Marco Borggreve
Music at its most urgent extremes from Pierre-Laurent Aimard in the Southbank Stockhausen festival.
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Hypnotic, diabolical and magical:

aus LICHT: Day 2 – KATHINKAs GESANG © Ruth & Martin Walz
The second day of aus LICHT is one mesmerising highlight after another, including the Netherlands Youth and Children’s Choirs in one magical and one sinister procession.
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