13 February 2015

Iannis Xenakis - Pléïades & Wolfgang Rihm - Tutuguri VI


Two dynamic contemporary percussion pieces from a BR-Klassik broadcast yesterday evening;

Iannis Xenakis - Pléïades (1978)

Wolfgang Rihm - Tutuguri VI (1981)

Peter Sadlo & Friends
Recorded 16th January 2015 / Broadcast on BR-Klassik 12th February 2015, as part of the "unerHÖRT!" (unheard / outrageous) series.

16 comments:

Tantris said...

XR1

XR2

XR3

XR4

XR5

Bulkang U. Antibop said...

I found the following info, too, Tantris, from Neetelbaers on dime, but I'm not sure if that is an audience recording so yours coming from Bavarian Radio is likely preferable for these dynamics! Thank you so much! (apologies if the track info doesn't match yours and is thusly confusing, but i hope something's helpful):

Iannis Xenakis - Wolfgang Rihm
"Percussion extreme"
Reaktorhalle, Munich (Germany)
January 15, 2015

Patrick Stapleton - percussion
Linda-Philomene Tsoungui - percussion
Mathias Lachenmayr - percussion
Cristobal Gajado - percussion
Jan Westermann - percussion
Michael Ahne - percussion
Peter Sadlo - conductor

01. Intro by Peter Sadlo (7:32)

Iannis Xenakis (1922-2001) - Pléïades (1978)
02. I. Claviers (11:38)
03. II. Peaux (11:17)
04. III. Métaux (13:14)
05. IV. Mélanges (10:35)

06. Intro by Peter Sadlo (3:43)

07. Wolfgang Rihm (*1952) - Tutuguri VI (Kreuze) (Part IV from "Tutuguri, poeme danse after a poem by Antonin Artaud" (1980-1982)) (44:40)

-Otto- said...

Na, dann auch gebührlichen Beifall von mir. Thanks, Tantris! Excellent sound quality too.

Ананасий Непитин said...

interesting alternative rendition to the existing releases.
thanks a lot!

wightdj said...

Tasty stuff, thanks.

James Flagg said...

Tantris:
Marvelous post, many, many thanks!

Best

Jim

Tantris said...

I've been enjoying listening to this, and it's good to hear others are too. There's something of the 'whirling dervish' at times in the Rihm which is great.

BUA - many thanks for the additional information - I had only what was on the BR-Klassik website.

softnucleus said...

Thanks a lot!
Concert was held in Studio Franken, Bayerischer Rundfunk, Nürnberg.

SOTISE said...

The Neetelbaers upload on dime is also FM a wonderful concert.

Alan Burns said...

one of my favourite Xenakis works. many thanks.

Anonymous said...

While I am not a huge fan of percussion pieces, but Xenakis & Rihm are two of my favourite composers. Looking forward to hearing this. Many thanks.

-Brian

Mark said...

Thanks for this. Might it be a good occasion to re-up the old 'Architect in sound' stuff? Just a thought!

Mark

SOTISE said...

Actually i spoke too soon, this is indeed a superior recording to that recent dime torrent, which was as it turned out an Audience recording!

Ictus75 said...

Many thanks for this! Some great music. Thanks for all the amazing stuff you post here!!!!

Ictus75

santos curser said...

Here we go, Rockin With Xenakis!

(Dwow)

DW said...

Tantris, thanks! One of my favorite composers.