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Ligeti: Chamber Music.
Ligeti embarked on his Chamber Concerto just after completing Ramifications; the Chamber Concerto was premiered on October 1, 1970 in Berlin by the .
György Sándor Ligeti (/ˈlɪɡəti/; Hungarian: Ligeti György Sándor, pronounced ; 28 May 1923 – 12 June 2006) was a Hungarian-Austrian composer of contemporary classical music. He has been described as "one of the most important avant-garde composers in the latter half of the twentieth century" and "one of the most innovative and influential among progressive figures of his time".
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Listen to music from György Ligeti like Musica ricercata: No. 7, Cantabile, molto legato, Cello Sonata: I. Dialogo & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from György Ligeti. György Sándor Ligeti; (May 28, 1923 – June 12, 2006) was a Jewish Hungarian composer born in Romania who later became an Austrian citizen. Ligeti received his initial musical training in the conservatory at Kolozsvár (Cluj, Transylvania, Romania). His education was interrupted in 1944 when, as a Jew, he was forced to labor by the Nazis. At the same time his parents, brother, and other relatives were deported to the Auschwitz concentration camp, his mother being the only survivor.
Album · 1989 · 8 Songs. Chamber Concerto for 13 instrumentalists. By György Ligeti - London Sinfonietta & David Atherton.
Chamber Music and Ensembles. Wind Band, Wind Ensemble. György Ligeti was born on 2. 1923 as the son of Hungarian-Jewish parents in Dicsőszentmárton (now known as Târnǎveni, in ). He studied at the Conservatory in Klausenburg with Ferenc Farkas from 1941 to 1943 and from 1945 to 1949 at the Franz Liszt Academy in Budapest with Sándor Veress, Pál Járdányi and Lajos Bárdos. In specialist musical circles, György Ligeti had already caused a sensation with his electronic composition Artikulation (1958) which had been produced in the Cologne recording studio. He subsequently gained immediate fame throughout the musical world with his orchestral works Apparitions (1958-59) and Atmosphères (1961).
The Lyon Chamber Music Competition brings together some of Europe’s foremost chamber musicians who play a huge array of music from across the ages. As such, the Laureate’s concert is a truly special event at which the prizewinners show their supreme skill. The prize winners this year were The Lumo Quintet from Helsinki; Ensemble Ouranos from Paris and the Monet Quintet from across Germany. Opening with Nielsen’s Wind Quintet, the Laureates of the Lyon Chamber Music Competition glide into Tomasi’s Five Secular and Sacred Dances, Malcolm Arnold’s piratic Three Shanties. Wind Quintet’s by Gilles.
Chamber Concerto György Ligeti The concept of reducing orchestral masses to individuals rather than sections was also applicable to purely instrumental music. Schoenberg's Chamber Symphony, Op. 9 (1906) and Webern's Concerto, Op. 24 (1931-34) are models for Ligeti's Chamber Concerto, in instrumentation if not textures or forms. This four-movement piece is a concerto inasmuch as all 13 players are virtuoso soloists and are all treated as equals," Ligeti says . I hate all ideologies," Ligeti said in a 1986 interview. I have certain musical imaginations and ideas. I don't write music naively. But I imagine music as it sounds, very concretely. I listen to it in my inner ear. Then I look for a certain system, for a certain construction.
It begins with silence, followed by near-inaudible rumblings and a sense that something – an atmosphere – might be growing in intensity. These words could accurately describe György Ligeti’s pivotal orchestral work Apparitions (1959), but equally they apply to the premiere of his most provocative yet rarely revisited conceptual piece, The Future of Music – a Collective Composition. The Future of Music’ was the title of a ten-minute lecture that Ligeti had been asked to give in 1961 at a European forum in the village of Altbach, Austria. He felt unable to predict the future