Karlheinz Stockhausen “Stockhausen (Vol. 2)”

Karlheinz Stockhausen “Stockhausen (Vol. 2)”

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Karlheinz Stockhausen
Stockhausen - 2 : Spiral / Wach
EMI Angel (Japan) 1973
EAC-80280 (LP) Promotional copy. White label. w/2 x obi(wrinkles on rear), insert.
sleeve : EX+(very slightly collapse on corner, still good condition.)
media : EX/EX-(some slightly surface noises.)

The album features two works by Karl-Heinz Stockhausen, one of Germany's most famous composers, who started with typical serie rhythms and continued to develop into group music, momento form, and forme technique, and also left many live electronic works. Spiral" was composed in 1968 using symbols and modulated through a shortwave receiver using instruments such as electrochord, charmai, and shakuhachi. The b-side "Wach" is a compositional technique called "textual composition," which is performed in this piece using electronium, percussion, and electrochord. The idea is to interpret and express images that are given to the performer concretely or abstractly from a short text. It is a sound art created by the relationship between sound and time.

A: Spiral (Electrocord version)
B: Wach

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