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  1. Label: Deutsche Grammophon - • Series: Collector's Series (10) • Format: Vinyl LP, Reissue • Country: Germany • Genre: Classical • Style: Contemporary György Ligeti - Lux Aeterna / Volumina / String Quartet No.2 / Etude No.1 (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(9).
  2. Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Ligeti*, Gerd Zacher, LaSalle-Quartett*, Chor Des Norddeutschen Rundfunks Hamburg* - 2. Streichquartett / Lux Aeterna / Volumina / Etüde No. 1 at Discogs. Complete your Ligeti*, Gerd Zacher, LaSalle-Quartett*, Chor Des Norddeutschen Rundfunks Hamburg* collection/5(20).
  3. Released in on Ars Musici, the sublime recordings by the Artemis Quartett of György Ligeti's String Quartet No. 1, "Métamorphoses nocturnes" (), and his String Quartet No. 2 () are valuable not only for the high quality of the music -- surely some of the most communicative and rewarding quartet music since Bartók or Shostakovich-- but also for the precision, depth, and 10/
  4. Ligeti*, Gerd Zacher, LaSalle-Quartett*, Chor Des Norddeutschen Rundfunks Hamburg* Ligeti*, Gerd Zacher, LaSalle-Quartett*, Chor Des Norddeutschen Rundfunks Hamburg* - 2. Streichquartett / Lux Aeterna / Volumina / Etüde No. 1 ‎ (LP, Album) Orbis (2) 63 Germany: Sell This Version.
  5. Jul 19,  · He took only what he considered to be his most important pieces. Volumina is about fifteen minutes volmuina length. Lux Aeterna was ligeit again in Peter Hyams ‘s sequel to Lux Aeterna is a voice a cappella piece whose text is also associated with the Latin Requiem. Retrieved 21 October They differ widely from each other in their types of motion.
  6. Ligeti – String Quartet No. 1 The String Quartet No. 2, as well as other pieces written during the same period, brings into relief the birth of a new s aesthetic, after Ligeti’s visit to the Studio for Electronic Music in Cologne, where he associated with the cutting edge of avant-garde of contemporary music, Stockhausen and Boulez.
  7. His style is characterized by a very dense polyphony (micropolyphony) and static forms (as in Lux aeterna, for choir, , or in Requiem, ), and by a complex polyrhythmic technique (Etudes .
  8. String Quartet No. 1 (Métamorphoses nocturnesGyörgy Ligeti's String Quartet No. 1, titled Métamorphoses nocturnes, was composed in –It is thus representative of what the composer himself used to call "the prehistoric Ligeti", referring to the works he wrote before leaving Hungary in Ligeti was heavily inspired to write this quartet by Bartók's third and fourth quartets, so.

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