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A3. –Hans-Joachim Hespos. Biomba composed in 1983, Z/dor- in 1977 and Tiff in 1985. Total playing time of side A is 23:17. Elektronisches Studio der Folkwangschule Essen: Tonbandproduktion.
Hans-Joachim Schoeps (January 30, 1909 Berlin - July 8, 1980 Erlangen) was a German-Jewish historian of religion and religious philosophy. He was professor of religions and religious history at the University of Erlangen. Prior to World War II, Schoeps was leader of the German Vanguard (Der deutsche Vortrupp), the German-Jewish followers of Hitler, also referred to as "Nazi Jews"
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Hans-Joachim Hespos is a German composer of avant-garde music. He was born in Emden. Today, Hespos is still relatively unknown in the United States. lt;/p
Listen to music from Hans-Joachim Hespos like SNS. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Hans-Joachim Hespos. Hans-Joachim Hespos (born 1938) is a German composer of avant-garde music. Even by the standards of the European avant-garde, Hespos' music usually is quite extreme and unconventional. In his many pieces for solo instruments, Hespos pushes instruments to their timbral limits, employing extended techniques and other effects to create unusual sounds (For example, Duma (1980) for alto flute requires the performer to spit into his or her instrument to create sickly gargling sounds). He frequently writes for less-common instruments, such as cimbalon (1976's Cang) or musical saw (used in Ganifita-Blues, 1984).
Gerhard Stäbler (born 1949) is a German composer born in Wilhelmsdorf near Ravensburg. He studied with Klaus Huber and came to prominence with the chamber orchestra "acronym" Den Müllfahrern von San Francisco (The Garbage Truck Drivers of San Francisco) in 1990. This was followed by lectures at the Darmstädter Ferienkurse in 1992
hans-joachim hespos & porco, hans-joachim hespos Hans-Joachim Hespos born March 13, 1938 is a German composer of avant-garde music He was born in Emden. Since für Cello solo written 1964, he has composed in all genres, including many pieces for unaccompanied solo instruments and theatre works He has always remained outside of the mainstream and has never been associated with any of the many movements in postwar European music, though he did attend summer courses at Darmstadt in the 1980s Today, Hespos is still relatively unknown. Joep Straesser and Mario Bertoncini 1965. Alfred Janson and Ton Bruynèl 1966. Hans-Joachim Hespos, Costin Miereanu, Maurice Benhamou, Jean Yves Bosseur, and Tona Scherchen 1967.
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Cello [Violoncello] – Wilhelm SchulzVoice [Crier] – Bärbel Boginski, Gabriele Müller, Gerd Zacher, Gerhard Stäbler, Johannes Vetter, Jürgen Lösche, Rainer Zillhardt, Willi Lieverscheidt
- Produced At – Elektronisches Studio der Folkwang Universität der Künste
- Photography By – Dominik Mentzos, Manfred Melzer, Stephan Schwarz
- Technician – Thomas Bock (tracks: A1 to A3)
- Trumpet, Alphorn, Euphonium – Malte Burba (tracks: A1 to A3)
NotesBiomba composed in 1983, Z/dor-> in 1977 and Tiff in 1985.Total playing time of side A is 23:17.
Elektronisches Studio der Folkwangschule Essen: Tonbandproduktion [tape production]