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Heiner Goebbels, Ensemble Klang With Keir Neuringer - Walden album download
Performer: Heiner Goebbels
Title: Walden
Genre: Classical
Style:Neo-Classical, Modern
Released: 2013
MP3 album szie: 1846 mb
FLAC album size: 1195 mb

Heiner Goebbels: Walden. Ensemble Klang Records. CD. Submit Corrections. 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

10 Songs, 1 Hour 4 Minutes. Released: Oct 28, 2013. 2013 Ensemble Klang. More By Ensemble Klang.

Ensemble Klang & Keir Neuringer. 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. Thoreau's experiment of living by Walden Pond - where civilization appeared only as the distant sound of a railroad - propagated a radical, solitary, spartan individualism promising a simple harmony with nature.

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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

Walden – Heiner Goebbels. Ensemble Klang with Keir Neuringer. 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 (the ensemble version on this disc dating to 2008). But Walden drifts away from a traditional orchestral soundworld, relying on a number of specially-built.

Tracklist

1 Where I Lived And What I Lived For (Simplify, Simplify) 6:46
2 The House 4:17
3 The Ponds 9:33
4 Reading 5:30
5 The Ice List 3:14
6 Spring 17:25
7 Winter Visitors 3:35
8 The Bean Field 4:06
9 The White Pond 4:06
10 The Fitchburg Railroad 5:36

Credits

  • Recorded By – Tom Gelissen

Notes

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. But Walden drifts away from a traditional orchestral soundworld, relying on a number of specially-built instruments to create vibrant and unreal sounds, principally the 'steel cello' and 'bow chimes' designed by American painter, sculptor and musician Bob Rutman, to whom the work is dedicated.