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Björn schmelzer

Björn schmelzer

Graindelavoix / Schmelzer

»Rolling Stone«

Tuesday 24 January 2023
19:30
Mozart-Saal

 

Performers

Graindelavoix

Lluís Coll i Trulls, Zink

Berlinde Deman, Serpent

Pierre Antoine Tremblay, Horn

Christopher Price, Horn

Manuel Mota, E-Gitarre

Alexandre Fostier, Tontechnik

Björn Schmelzer, Konzept, Künstlerische Leitung

Programme

Il culto delle pietre (Regie: Luigi di Gianni, IT 1967)

Antoine Brumel

Missa »Et ecce terrae motus« (1497 um)

Note

Unterstützt von BUWOG
Medienpartner Ö1 Club und Der Standard

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Links https://graindelavoix.be

Presented by Wiener Konzerthausgesellschaft

»Rolling Stone«

When the tectonic plates start to move, the earth shakes: the stone rolls. In the music of the 15th and 16th centuries, too, the sedimentary layers are under tension: the polyphonic mass reaches a climax of its artistry, in which the fine vocal ramifications give impetus to progress. The twelve-part mass of Antoine Brumel is an extreme example of this show of achievement, in which musically literally no stone is left unturned. And this is not only due to the daring compositional technique of the Renaissance master Brumel! In their spectacular first performance of this work in the Vienna Konzerthaus, Graindelavoix also make use of modern electroacoustic techniques and instruments. The profound sound experience is preceded by powerful black-and-white recordings of an archaic Christian stone cult in Abruzzo.

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