Silvio Gualda “Constant - 14 Station / Stockhausen - Zyklus”

Silvio Gualda “Constant - 14 Station / Stockhausen - Zyklus”

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Silvio Gualda
Marius Constant - 14 Station / Karlheinz Stockhausen - Zyklus
Erato (Japan) 1976
ERA-4002 (LP) w/insert(small and light spots.)
sleeve : EX+
media : EX/EX-(some light noises.)

This is a 1971 album by Silvio Gualda, a French percussionist who has been active since the early 70s. The album features "14 Station" by Marius Constant, a French composer who emerged in the early 50's and formed Ensemble Ars Nova in the 60's, and "Zyklus" by Karlheinz Stockhauzen in 1959. The A-side is based on the theme of the "14 Stations” of the Way of Christ's Cross", with 14 parts depicting a scene from the sentence of death to the burial, with over 100 percussion instruments playing a swell of sound. The B-side "Zyklus" is a circular/cyclic movement with 30 percussion instruments of metal, wood and leather. In each case, the fine overtones of the percussion instruments are the focus of attention.

A: Marius Constant “14 Station”
B: Karlheinz Stockhauzen “Zyklus”

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