Fremde Töne & Widerhall
By Mauricio Kagel
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Mauricio Kagel's Fremde Töne & Widerhall is a 22-minute work for orchestra. In this work, Mauricio Kagel deals with the phenomenon of reverberation. "Reverberation is a sound event that can be more complicated than its origin." Here he composes a reverberation within a reverberation and arrives at astonishing results. Fremde Töne & Widerhall was premiered in Munich on 28 May 2005 by the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, conducted by the composer.
This score (EP 10908) is available as part of the Peters Contemporary Library. The performance materials are available for hire.
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|Composed by:||Mauricio Kagel|