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  1. Ellen Corver's CD recording of KLAVIERSTÜCKE I - XIV (Stockhausen Complete Edition CD 56).
  2. Jun 25,  · Recorded live in Milano - Gallerie d'Italia on 7/5/ This performance was part of the project "Call for young performers" organized by Divertimento Ensemble in .
  3. Karlheinz Stockhausen's Klavierstücke I-XI for piano are not based on a linear belief in progress, but on a personal mix of scientific knowledge and religious conviction. In Sabine Liebner’s precise and sensitive interpretation, the fascination of t.
  4. This page lists all recordings of Klavierstück V by Karlheinz Stockhausen (). Add CD to basket. Downloads What are FLAC and MP3? MP3 $ FLAC (CD quality, Historic First Recordings of the Klavierstücke I-VIII & XI. David Tudor (piano).
  5. Type: CD, Compilation Country: Germany Date of released: Category: Classical Style: Contemporary Download: Karlheinz Stockhausen - Bernhard Wambach - Klavierstücke Vol. III: Klavierstücke XII-XIV (MP3) Klavierstücke Vol. III  Stockhausen, Ellen Corver - Klavierstücke I - XIV.
  6. Stockhausen’s Klavierstücke: A world of crystalline light in a wooden Karelian church with high windows, or the filtered rays of photons through the walls of an ice castle in Kiruna, Lapland; the tones of the grand piano affect my senses like the energy of light, like cascades of light, in a brilliance of a cold climate, where the fine nuances of thought and mind are necessities for survival.
  7. 56 KLAVIERSTÜCKE I–XIV (PIANO PIECES I–XIV, ) with Ellen Corver. Although several recordings of Stockhausen's cycle for solo piano have been recorded over the decades (notably by David Tudor and Aloys Kontarsky), this set is the definitive edition, with Corver presenting the first 14 KLAVIERSTÜCKE, working directly under Stockhausen's supervision and incorporating his latest .
  8. Jan 10,  · Karlheinz Stockhausen: Klavierstück XVI (vom Freitag aus Licht) Recorded in the Miryhall of the Ghent Music Faculty, using two Sony Handycams, an Edirol R4 recorder and a .

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