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Donaueschinger Musiktage 1990 - World Premiere Recordings (Digitally Remastered)

Claudia Eder, Roberto Fabbriciani & Pietro Borgonovo

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Donaueschinger Musiktage 1990 - World Premiere Recordings (Digitally Remastered)

Michael Gielen

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A Carlo Scarpa, architetto, ai suoi infiniti possibili (1984) per orchestra in microintervalli 00:10:30

Luigi Nono, Composer - Michael Gielen, Conductor - Roberto Fabbriciani, MainArtist - Claudia Eder, MainArtist - Percussions de Strasbourg, Ensemble - Pietro Borgonovo, MainArtist - SWF Symphony Orchestra Baden-Baden, Orchestra

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Ausstrahlung (1971) for mezzo-soprano, flute, oboe and orchestra 00:32:31

Arturo Tamayo, Conductor - Roberto Fabbriciani, MainArtist - Claudia Eder, MainArtist - Bruno Maderna, Composer - Percussions de Strasbourg, Ensemble - Pietro Borgonovo, MainArtist - SWF Symphony Orchestra Baden-Baden, Orchestra

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Morpheus (1990) dance scene for 6 percussionists 00:17:41

Arturo Tamayo, Conductor - Michael Gielen, Conductor - Roberto Fabbriciani, MainArtist - Claudia Eder, MainArtist - Percussions de Strasbourg, Ensemble - Pietro Borgonovo, MainArtist - SWF Symphony Orchestra Baden-Baden, Orchestra - Christoph Staude, Composer

(C) 2011 Essential Media Group LLC (P) 2011 Essential Media Group LLC. Licensed by Col Legno.

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Passage / Paysage (1989-1990) for orchestra 00:44:07

Michael Gielen, Conductor - Roberto Fabbriciani, MainArtist - Claudia Eder, MainArtist - Percussions de Strasbourg, Ensemble - Pietro Borgonovo, MainArtist - Mathias Spahlinger, Composer - SWF Symphony Orchestra Baden-Baden, Orchestra

(C) 2011 Essential Media Group LLC (P) 2011 Essential Media Group LLC. Licensed by Col Legno.

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