Leaving Home: Orchestral Music in the 20th Century - Rhythm

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Overview

Renowned conductor Sir Simon Rattle takes music lovers on a journey into the past in this release highlighting some of the most memorable compositions of the twentieth century and featuring the talents of the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra and Mezzo Soprano Anne Sofie Von Otter. Compositions featured on this release include Igor Stravinsky's "La Sacre de Printemps," Edgar Varése's "Ionisation," György Ligeti's "Atmosphéres," Steve Reich's "Music for Piece of Wood," Pierre Boulez's "Rituel in Memoriam Bruno...
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Overview

Renowned conductor Sir Simon Rattle takes music lovers on a journey into the past in this release highlighting some of the most memorable compositions of the twentieth century and featuring the talents of the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra and Mezzo Soprano Anne Sofie Von Otter. Compositions featured on this release include Igor Stravinsky's "La Sacre de Printemps," Edgar Varése's "Ionisation," György Ligeti's "Atmosphéres," Steve Reich's "Music for Piece of Wood," Pierre Boulez's "Rituel in Memoriam Bruno Maderna," Olivier Messiaen's "Turangalîla-Symphony," Gustav Mahler's "Das Lied von der Erde," and Conlon Nancarrow's "Piano Roll, No. 21."
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Special Features

Biographies of the composers; Bonus ausio track Turangalîla-Symphony; Picture gallery1`Aa
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 8/16/2005
  • UPC: 807280203592
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  • Source: Arthaus Musik
  • Region Code: 0
  • Presentation: Stereo
  • Sound: stereo
  • Language: Deutsche, English
  • Time: 50:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 98,568

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Leaving Home: Orchestral Music in the 20th Century
1. Introduction [:32]
2. Rhythm [2:29]
3. Igor Stravinsky - The Vessel of an Exhausted Era Cracking Open [8:34]
4. Edgar Varèse - "Tunes Are Merely the Gossips in Music" [4:33]
5. Gustav Mahler - High in the Stratosphere [6:29]
6. György Ligeti - "Music Should Not Be Well-Bred" [4:09]
7. Steve Reich - The Multi-Layered Face of Music [3:17]
8. Conlon Nancarrow - The Possibilities of Digital Dexterity [4:17]
9. Pierre Boulez - Ceremony of Remembrance and Extinction [7:21]
10. Olivier Messiaen - A Celebration in Sound [8:15]
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