Iannis Xenakis - Oresteïa (2002). Posted By: peachfuzz. Date: 27 Apr 2008 06:02:00. The choral style, motivated by that of ancient Greek drama, but with Xenakis' own flair, is appealingly compelling that is much less difficult than much of his other music. The combined ensembles, many of them students, give sparkling renditions. Although designed as one piece, this program breaks down fairly clearly into track (for soloists) and the rest of the cycle. In fact, the wonderful Kassandra scene was added at a later date in 1987 while the remaining 4 tracks form a "suite" which Xenakis extracted from a much longer stage production. These were previously recorded,.
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Iannis Xenakis: Oresteïa - Oresteïa: No. 1, Agamemnon, Oresteïa: No. 2, Kassandra, Oresteïa: No. 3, Agamemnon and 5 more tracks from this album here for free. More albums by this artist. Iannis Xenakis: Oresteïa. From: Chœur du département musical de l'université de Strasbourg, Maîtrise de Colmar, Ensemble vocal d'Anjou, Ensemble de Basse-Normandie, Dominique Debart, Robert Weddle, Sylvio Gualda.
Iannis Xenakis: Oresteïa.
Xenakis reminds us in his preface that in this piece his procedures include the organization of structures, principally melodic arborescence, aleatory devices (or Brownian movements ), and repeated notes according to the dynamic rules. Unusually for Xenakis, Phlegra is a joyful and lively work, full of colour. It was taken from the incidental music that Xenakis composed for Aeschylus’s Oresteia (1966, later completed in 1987 with the scene Kassandra). In fact, Xenakis undertook the composition of this vast score, destined to be played at certain points during the performances of the antique trilogy Agammemon, Choephoroi and Eumenides, at the request of the little town in Michigan, Ypsilanti, whose inhabitants wished to celebrate their Greek ancestors.
Iannis Xenakis Society has 780 members. Peter Joseph presents "Art - Science: Alloys" (Xenakis) at the Zeitgeist Media Festival 2014. Xenakis's "Kassandra", with English subtitles.