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Olivier Messiaen anyone?

littleNemo Wrote:Yes, went to Méditations sur le mystère de la Sainte Trinité. But couldn't go to any of the others Icon_sad

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did you enjoy Méditations? Smile
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Statto Wrote:and now Fête des Belles Eaux for Ondes Martenot sextet

here for emusic.com crew Xyxthumbs

Saved for later Kisskiss

check these as well
in particular the big long ones:

Catalogue d'oiseaux: VII. La Rousserolle Effarvatte
La fauvette des jardins

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Just played some beats in iTunes and streamed the excerpts from the website. Nice fit Teef

Will check out this guy, although I struggled a fair while with Stockhausen's complete works, but then decided to erase them after half a year of not getting what his music's actually about. Knowing that Messiaen was his mentor is not exactly a good indicator Hahaha but I'll try my best Xyxthumbs
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cycom Wrote:Will check out this guy, although I struggled a fair while with Stockhausen's complete works, but then decided to erase them after half a year of not getting what his music's actually about. Knowing that Messiaen was his mentor is not exactly a good indicator Hahaha but I'll try my best Xyxthumbs

Messiaen is nothing like Stockhausen Wink, nor anyone else either, and his teaching style was to encourage his pupils to seek their own vision

as for Stockhausen, listen to the electronic/electro-acoustic stuff works: Gesang der Junglinge, Hymnen, Kontakte, Mikrophonie, Telemusik... Xyxthumbs
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Statto Wrote:as for Stockhausen, listen to the electronic/electro-acoustic stuff works: Gesang der Junglinge, Hymnen, Kontakte, Mikrophonie, Telemusik... Xyxthumbs

as I said, I tried for a while but eventually gave up. makes me all [Image: silly.gif]

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Statto Wrote:
littleNemo Wrote:Yes, went to Méditations sur le mystère de la Sainte Trinité. But couldn't go to any of the others Icon_sad

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did you enjoy Méditations? Smile

Yes, liked it. Since I didn't know the piece before I didn't really follow all the complexities of the composition but let it just sink in and it worked quite well as méditation. Also the physical sensation of sitting near a big organ and hearing/feeling sound as volumes of air pushed through the room out of large pipes as opposed to just loudspeaker membranes was quite interesting.
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the pianist spends a minute composing himself before he starts Roll Wink
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Statto Wrote:
Muttley Wrote:
Statto Wrote:and now Fête des Belles Eaux for Ondes Martenot sextet

here for emusic.com crew Xyxthumbs

Saved for later Kisskiss

check these as well
in particular the big long ones:

Catalogue d'oiseaux: VII. La Rousserolle Effarvatte
La fauvette des jardins

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I never actually did this. And I'm currently having to contend with hackers moving the contents of my system drive about so that it's less and less no matter what I do.
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hackers? Eek
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There can't be any other explanation for 900MB HD space going to 0 NTFS drive in the space of a minute at one time. Usually it fluctuates from moving 300-500MB in.
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O Sacrum Convivium played on pedal steel guitar...


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cello and piano piece arranged for theremin and electric bass...


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Sounds good Statto. Dead link though. Even on a PC. I'll reload the page.

Check out EtherPad - very Messaien easy music making application
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