Walden Heiner Goebbels with Ensemble Klang. Ensemble Klang with Keir Neuringer.
A little glimpse of our upcoming new album, Heiner Goebbels' Walden. Coming in November 2013.
Ensemble Klang, Keir Neuringer. Heiner Goebbels: Walden.
Heiner Goebbels’ Walden sculpts a set of musical landscapes after the eponymous novel by 19th century naturalist Henry David Thoreau. Conceived as a counterpoint to the metropolitan images of his earlier work Surrogate Cities, Heiner Goebbels originally composed Walden in 1998 for the Ensemble Modern Orchestra
Walden - Heiner Goebbels by Ensemble Klang with Keir Neuringer, released 05 November 2013 1. How I Lived And What I Lived For (Simplify, Simplify) 2. The House 3. The Ponds 4. Reading 5. The Ice List 6. Spring 7. Winter Visitors 8. The Bean Field 9. The White Pond 10. The Fitchburg Railroad Heiner Goebbels’ Walden sculpts a set of musical landscapes after the eponymous novel by 19th century naturalist Henry David Thoreau, a grandfather of both modern environmentalism and civil disobedience
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This is a new version of the work created for Ensemble Klang and the Birmingham Contemporary Music Group, with Keir Neuringer as the narrator. Plus Alexander Goehr's Duos, for two violins, performed by members of the BCMG. Alexander Goehr: Duos Birmingham Contemporary Music Group
Goebbels' works are hard to categorise but Walden seems harder than most as this UK premiere from Ensemble Klang proved, writes Andrew Clements. Composed in 1998 for the newly fledged Ensemble Modern Orchestra, Heiner Goebbels' Walden, his 70-minute piece inspired by Henry David Thoreau's early classic on environmentalism, was imagined as a counterpart to Goebbels' suite Surrogate Cities, using similar images in a rural rather than urban context. The Klang version is built around the composer and improviser Keir Neuringer, who not only reads the extracts from Thoreau's writings, but also contributes saxophone solos, percussive sound effects and ambient scrapes and rustlings to the soundscapes with which they are surrounded.
Слушайте и скачивайте keir neuringer на Хотплеере в mp. Keir Neuringer - we had mostly good times 17:10. Keir Neuringer - i dreamt there was nothing wrong with my chemistry 10:58. Keir Neuringer - okay we can go now 20:54. Keir Neuringer - First Ceremony: Okay We Can Go Now 20:54. Keir Neuringer - Japanese Maples 20:14.
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