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Stockhausen, Klang 2, Freude

Stockhausen, Klang Freude

Stockhausen Stockhausen - Freude für Zwei Harfen

Harpist Marianne smit plays the first 7 minutes of Stockhausens "Freude für Zwei Harfen" together with Harpist Esther Kooi. Karlheinz Stockhausen -

Karlheinz Stockhausen - HARMONIEN (2006) aus KLANG

Karlheinz Stockhausen - HARMONIEN (2006) aus KLANG

Karlheinz Stockhausen - Erwachen

Karlheinz Stockhausen - Erwachen

After Mittwoch - opera's remaining unperformed behemoths    Stockhausen may have his helicopters and his contemporary creation myth, but he doesn't have the monopoly on grandiose musical ambition. Here's a selection of some so-far unrealised grand musical projects that the world needs to hear.

After Mittwoch - opera's remaining unperformed behemoths

After Mittwoch - opera's remaining unperformed behemoths Stockhausen may have his helicopters and his contemporary creation myth, but he doesn't have the monopoly on grandiose musical ambition. Here's a selection of some so-far unrealised grand musical projects that the world needs to hear.

Karlheinz Stockhausen trying to hear something

Karlheinz Stockhausen trying to hear something

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Make Music New York fri jun 21 18 hours of Satie on Wall Street (6am–midnight); witness an Alvin Curran piece for brass bands on Central Park Lake (5–6pm); dig some Stockhausen in Central Park's Naumburg Bandshell (7–8pm); and even sing in a Philip Glass premiere in Times Square (6:30–7:30pm). Among the nonclassical treats are a Jazz on the High Line showcase (6:30–8pm) and the reliably raging Punk Island marathon on Sun 24. For a complete schedule and map, see makemusicny.org.

Make Music New York

Make Music New York fri jun 21 18 hours of Satie on Wall Street (6am–midnight); witness an Alvin Curran piece for brass bands on Central Park Lake (5–6pm); dig some Stockhausen in Central Park's Naumburg Bandshell (7–8pm); and even sing in a Philip Glass premiere in Times Square (6:30–7:30pm). Among the nonclassical treats are a Jazz on the High Line showcase (6:30–8pm) and the reliably raging Punk Island marathon on Sun 24. For a complete schedule and map, see makemusicny.org.

Difficult Music. "When we learn a new language there comes a thrilling moment when the language, even if not yet perfectly grasped, starts to flood our thoughts, bringing a freshness that allows us to see and hear the world differently – almost literally through someone else’s eyes. So it is with learning to listen to a new kind of music."

Difficult Music. "When we learn a new language there comes a thrilling moment when the language, even if not yet perfectly grasped, starts to flood our thoughts, bringing a freshness that allows us to see and hear the world differently – almost literally through someone else’s eyes. So it is with learning to listen to a new kind of music."

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