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One of the most rare beautiful, requiems with elements of both Mozart and Verdi.

I. Introitus 1. Requiem aeternam and Kyrie – 00:01 II. Sequentia 1. Dies irae – 06:06 2. Tuba mirum – 09:53 3. Judex ergo – 15:36 4. Confutatis – 22:54 5. Lacrimosa – 28:21 III. Offertorium 1. Domine Jesu – 32:21 IV. Sanctus – 40:22 V. Benedictus – 45:24 VI. Agnus Dei – 52:35 VII. Communio 1. Quia pius es – 59:39 VIII. Funeral March – 1:07:19 IX. Salve Regina – 1:10:37

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7 lectures given by Stockhausen in England in 1972 and 1973, filmed by Allied Artists, London. All lectures were given in English.

 Lecture 1 – (Musical Forming) (138 minutes) (1972)

 Lecture 2 – Live Electronic Music (MIKROPHONIE 1) (58 minutes) (1972)

 Lecture 3 – Moment-Forming and Integration (MOMENTE) (99 minutes) (1972)

 Lecture 4 – Intuitive Music (IT) + Q&A (34 + 49 minutes) (1972)

 Lecture 5 – Four Criteria of Electronic Music (KONTAKTE) + Q&A (100 + 47 minutes) (1972)

 Lecture 6 – TELEMUSIK (59 minutes) (1972)

 Lecture 7 – MANTRA + Q&A (115 + 60 minutes) (1973)

 Back to Karlheinz Stockhauen Main Page on UbuWeb Film

https://ubu.com/film/stockhausen_lectures.html

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Ode an Napoleon Buonaparte op. 41 für Streichquartett, Klavier und Sprecher nach einem Text von Lord Byron, 1942

https://schoenberg.at/index.php/de/schoenberg/biographie

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Music taken from UbuWeb. The website says the following about this recording: Recorded live at 10 p.m. November 17, 1967 and originally released as an open reel tape as part of SMS No. 3: June 1968 published by The Letter Edged in Black Press. Visual – 5 films. Each film has the same sequence of 76 video’s. Length of each video in a film is different but each length (for instance 64 seconds) only appears once in each film (it’s complicated). Chance determined if the piece was in colour or BW. Chance determined he length of the fades.

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The suggestive music created by composer David Lang – which combines violin, cello, piano and voice, to achieve the effect striking. From film Amelia by Édouard Lock 2002 Musicians: Alexandre Castonguay cello, Simon Claude violin, Njo Kong Kie piano & musical direction, Nadine Medawar vocalist

Lyrics: I’m waiting for my man Got 26 dollars in my hand Up to Lexington 125 feelin‘ sick and dirty Huh, I’m waiting for my man Hey white boy, what you doin‘ uptown Hey white boy, you chasin‘ my women around Pardon me sir, it’s furthest from my mind I’m just waitin‘ for a dear-dear friend of mine I’m waiting for my man, come on …,..

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