Karlheinz Stockhausen “Telemusik / Mixtur”

Karlheinz Stockhausen “Telemusik / Mixtur”

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Karlheinz Stockhausen
Telemusik / Mixtur
Deutsche Grammophon (Japan) 1969
MG-9622 (LP) coated sleeve. w/insert.
sleeve : EX+(very slightly color-faded on back, still good condition.)
media : EX+/EX+(some slightly surface noises, still good condition.)

This album was released in 1969 by Karlheinz Stockhausen, one of Germany's leading contemporary musicians, who started with typical serialism and continued to develop into group music, momento form, and forme technique, and left many live electronic works. "Telemusik" was recorded in 1966 at the NHK electronic music studio using a 6-channel tape recorder, which was only available in Japan at the time, with 5-channel spatial separation, and realized on 2-channel stereo tape. "Mixtur" on side B, the outputs of woodwinds, brass, and strings are modulated by a ring modulator through microphones on each of the four channels, and percussion instruments collected by contact microphones are expanded by three separate speakers, all forming a mixture of sounds. Both works are milestones of early electronic music.

A: Telemusik
B: Mixtur

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