Klaus Schöning, David Warrilow - Just To Rolywholyover/Zangesi album mp3
Performer: Klaus Schöning Title: Just To Rolywholyover/Zangesi Style: Contemporary, Post-Modern, Radioplay, Sound Art, Spoken Word, Field Recording Rating: 4.1 Votes: 437 Other formats: ASF AA AC3 AAC RA VOX WMA
Klaus Schöning (February 24, 1936, Rastenburg, Germany) is a German Hörspiel writer, director and radio producer. Schöning studied theater and literature, philosophy and journalism in München, Göttingen and Berlin before working at the theater of Westdeutscher Rundfunk in Köln. In 1968, he established the WDR 3 HörSpielStudio which became under his direction Studio Akustische Kunst in 1991. Schöning also founded WDR Prix Ars Acustica and was the first chairman of Ars Acustica European Broadcasting Union (EBU). As an executive producer, he has commissioned more than 1000 Hörspiele or sound art. Klaus Schöning, David Warrilow - Just To i (CD, Album). Territory of Art. Territory of Art 1.
In Blue is the thirty-first album by Klaus Schulze. It was originally released in 1995, and in 2005 was the eighth Schulze album reissued by Revisited Records. All tracks composed by Klaus Schulze. Disc 1. Disc 2. Disc 3. In Blue at the official site of Klaus Schulze.
X is the tenth album by Klaus Schulze. It was originally released in 1978, and in 2005 was the fifth Schulze album reissued by Revisited Records. On X Schulze attempted to execute a concept album of six "musical biographies" evoking contemporary or historical intellectuals with an influence on Schulze: Friedrich Nietzsche, Georg Trakl, Frank Herbert, Friedemann Bach, Ludwig II. von Bayern, and Heinrich von Kleist
This exclusive interview with Klaus Schulze gave us a unique opportunity to discuss the music and career of electronic music’s most notable figure. A pioneer of early analog electronics, Klaus Schulze remains as independent and authentic as ever. His music continues to transcend through the digital age of music and into the beyond. This interview stands out as one of our more colorful ones to date, but it is also inspirational. It reminds us of a time when fierce creativity and fearless passion could bring new music forms into the world. Interview: LBFH: In the early days, what prompted you to shift from percussion to keyboards? KS: A drummer is – more or less – just the backbone of a group, the motor.
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See if your friends have read any of Klaus Schöning's books. Klaus Schöning’s Followers. None yet. Klaus Schöning. Klaus Schöning’s books. Schriftsteller Und Hörspiel: Reden Zum Hörspielpreis Der Kriegsblinden. Want to Read savin. ant to Read.
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Just To Rolywholyover John Cage In Memoriam
Composed By, Producer
Klaus Schöning (tracks: 1)
David Warrilow (tracks: 2),
John Cage (tracks: 1)
Privately released by The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles.
The esteemed audio- and radio art producer for WDR, Klaus Schöning, frequently commissioned or collaborated with John Cage during his lifetime. When the artist passed away in 1992 prior to witnessing the full realization of his large-scale composition for museum, Rolywholyover A Circus , MoCA invited Schöning to create a tribute to Cage for The Territory of Art which he produced in 1994. "just to rolywholyover: john cage in memoriam" utilizes excerpts or out takes from their work together, and was completed at the Ton in Ton Studios in Düsseldorf, Germany. Sound engineers were Wolfgang Wessels and Thomas Müller with assistance from Nadja Schöning. Mastering engineer was Kris Solem.
"Zangezi" was produced by The Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles (MoCA) in 1985 as part of its award-winning public radio series, The Territory of Art. The series aired nationwide and internationally between 1984 and 1995. This radio production of Zangezi contains excerpts from the Russian Futurist play, Zangezi: A Supersaga in Twenty Planes (1985, Harvard University Press) by Velimir Khlebnikov (1885-1922). It was directed by Peter Sellars and performed by actor David Warrilow. Conducted as a kind of short, spoken word opera for broadcast with sounds culled from satellites, an archive of bird songs mixed with human speech, Zangezi tells the mesmerizing story of a prophet who has visions of universal communication through numbers. The translation from Russian is by Paul Schmidt, used by permission of the Dia Art Foundation. The producer was Alex von Oss with master engineering by Kris Solem.