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Matthias Kranebitter: Encyclopedia Of Pitch And Deviation - The release of this album is part of the Erste Bank Kompositionspreis, which Kranebitter was awarded in 2020. - Matthias Kranebitter has written the odd piece without electronics in the past. However, the use of electronics in his music usually is a given. At the same time, the way in which electronics are employed in his work is anything but a matter of course. They are not simply an instrument amongst others, they don't serve as an atmospheric background, a synthesized ear-tickler, or formal glue which is meant to cover up fractures within the musical material. Rather, they themselves embody such fractures within music. In Kranebitter's music, electronics don't bridge the fractures, but highlight them and make them palpable. The release of this album is part of the Erste Bank Kompositionspreis, which Kranebitter was awarded in 2020, and features performances by Klangforum Wien, conducted by Johannes Kalitzke, the Warsaw Philharmonic and the Vienna-based Black Page Orchestra.
Matthias Kranebitter: Encyclopedia Of Pitch And Deviation - The release of this album is part of the Erste Bank Kompositionspreis, which Kranebitter was awarded in 2020. - Matthias Kranebitter has written the odd piece without electronics in the past. However, the use of electronics in his music usually is a given. At the same time, the way in which electronics are employed in his work is anything but a matter of course. They are not simply an instrument amongst others, they don't serve as an atmospheric background, a synthesized ear-tickler, or formal glue which is meant to cover up fractures within the musical material. Rather, they themselves embody such fractures within music. In Kranebitter's music, electronics don't bridge the fractures, but highlight them and make them palpable. The release of this album is part of the Erste Bank Kompositionspreis, which Kranebitter was awarded in 2020, and features performances by Klangforum Wien, conducted by Johannes Kalitzke, the Warsaw Philharmonic and the Vienna-based Black Page Orchestra.
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Format: CD
Label: Kairos
Rel. Date: 04/07/2023
UPC: 9120010286063

Matthias Kranebitter: Encyclopedia Of Pitch And Deviation (Various Artists)
Artist: Various Artists
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. Gunde Jäch-Micko - pitch study no. 1 - contra violin (2016)
2. Klangforum Wien;Johannes Kalitzke - Encyclopedia of Pitch and Deviation (2020) for ensemble with electronics
3. Warsaw Philharmonic;Robertas Servenikas - 60 Auditory Scenes for Investigating Cocktail Party Deafness (2021) for orchestra and
4. Warsaw Philharmonic;Robertas Servenikas - 60 Auditory Scenes for Investigating Cocktail Party Deafness (2021) for orchestra and
5. Warsaw Philharmonic;Robertas Servenikas - 60 Auditory Scenes for Investigating Cocktail Party Deafness (2021) for orchestra and
6. Black Page Orchestra;Vasilis Tsiatsianis - nihilistic study no. 7 (2013) for ensemble and electronics
7. Black Page Orchestra;Leonard Garms - Pancrace Royer: Le Vertigo (2016) for ensemble and electronics

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Matthias Kranebitter: Encyclopedia Of Pitch And Deviation - The release of this album is part of the Erste Bank Kompositionspreis, which Kranebitter was awarded in 2020. - Matthias Kranebitter has written the odd piece without electronics in the past. However, the use of electronics in his music usually is a given. At the same time, the way in which electronics are employed in his work is anything but a matter of course. They are not simply an instrument amongst others, they don't serve as an atmospheric background, a synthesized ear-tickler, or formal glue which is meant to cover up fractures within the musical material. Rather, they themselves embody such fractures within music. In Kranebitter's music, electronics don't bridge the fractures, but highlight them and make them palpable. The release of this album is part of the Erste Bank Kompositionspreis, which Kranebitter was awarded in 2020, and features performances by Klangforum Wien, conducted by Johannes Kalitzke, the Warsaw Philharmonic and the Vienna-based Black Page Orchestra.
        
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