Various - Cologne - WDR: Early Electronic Music album download
|1||–Herbert Eimert & Robert Beyer||Klang Im Unbegrenzten Raum||10:23|
|2||–Herbert Eimert||Klangstudie I||3:50|
|3||–Herbert Eimert & Robert Beyer||Klangstudie II||4:30|
|5||–Karel Goeyvaerts||Komposition Nr. 5||2:32|
|6||–Karel Goeyvaerts||Komposition Nr. 7||1:29|
|7||–Paul Gredinger||Formanten I-II||4:32|
|8||–Gottfried Michael Koenig||Klangfiguren I||4:00|
|9||–Henri Pousseur||Seismogramme I-II||6:18|
|10||–Bengt Hambraeus||Doppelrohr II||3:55|
|11||–Franco Evangelisti||Incontri Di Fasce Sonore||3:20|
- Published By – B. Schott's Söhne
- Recorded At – Studio für elektronische Musik des Westdeutschen Rundfunks, Köln
- Made By – P+O Pallas – 11493
- Design [Cover Design] – Jack Jacobs
- Design [Design Inside] – Jan Kees Visscher
- Painting [Cover Painting] – Franz Deckwitz
- Photography By [Photo] – Franco Evangelisti
- Producer [Production], Liner Notes [Liner Notes & Artist Biographies] – Konrad Boehmer
NotesWorks composed in 1952 (1 to 3), 1953 (4 to 6), 1954 , 1955 (8 & 9), 1956 , 1957 (11 & 12), 1958 (13 to 15).
All compositions are productions of the 'Studio für elektronische Musik des Westdeutschen Rundfunks Köln'. [on tray card and rear booklet]
All compositions are productions of the WDR [on CD]
György Ligeti tracks: Publisher B. Schott's Söhne Mainz
Photo: Franco Evangelisti (by courtesy Irmela Evangelisti)
Produced by BV Haast Records.
Total duration: 69:24
Recorded in the Netherlands
Made in Germany P + O Pallas
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: CD 9106 P+O-11493-A2 05-92
- Rights Society: STEMRA
- SPARS Code: ADD
|BVHaast 9106||Various||Cologne - WDR: Early Electronic Music (CD, Comp, RE)||BV Haast Records||BVHaast 9106||Netherlands||2005|
The Studio for Electronic Music of the West German Radio (German: Studio für elektronische Musik des Westdeutschen Rundfunks) was a facility of the Westdeutscher Rundfunk (WDR) in Cologne. It was the first of its kind in the world, and its history reflects the development of electronic music in the second half of the twentieth century
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Contrary to the stereotype of serious electronic music as being difficult to listen to, many of the pieces are quite engaging for novices and electronic specialists alike. That's not to say there aren't plenty of more jarring or abstract pieces with minimal ambience or cut-up assemblages, or even occasional tracks that most listeners might find downright annoying (such as MEV's cacophonous "Spacecraft," mercifully placed at the very end of the first disc)
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Karlheinz Stockhausen in the Electronic Music Studio of WDR, Cologne, in 1991. Karlheinz Stockhausen worked briefly in Schaeffer's studio in 1952, and afterward for many years at the WDR Cologne's Studio for Electronic Music. In Cologne, what would become the most famous electronic music studio in the world was officially opened at the radio studios of the NWDR in 1953, though it had been in the planning stages as early as 1950 and early compositions were made and broadcast in 1951. The brain child of Werner Meyer-Eppler, Robert Beyer, and Herbert Eimert (who became its.