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De Natura Sonoris

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  1. Flirrende, statische Klänge, die mit aggressiven Geräuschentladungen abwechseln, tragen zur gespenstisch-gruseligen Stimmung von Krzysztof Pendereckis „De natura sonoris No. 2“ bei. Der polnische Komponist erzeugt in seinem komponierten Stück über das Wesen des Klangs atemberaubende Klangeffekte.
  2. “ De natura sonoris No. 1 resulted from my Passion,” explained Penderecki in Rozmowy Lusławickie [ Conversations in Lusławice ]. The composition, however, retains none of the climate of that great vocal-instrumental work – only a certain affinity of ideas with regard to sound and textures.
  3. rows · Watch the video for De natura sonoris No. 2 from Krzysztof Penderecki's Matrix 5 for free, .
  4. The title means “About the nature of sound”, and it is inspired by Lucrezio (“De rerum natura”, “about the nature of things”). The first performance, conducted by Andrzej Markowski, took place on the 7th .
  5. "De Natura Sonoris" composed in for orchestra. Recorded by Polskie Nagrania, Warsaw. Gatefold cover with one additional page glued in. Original Philips LY (Black and white cover)4/5(2).
  6. Penderecki: Dies Irae, Polymorphia, De Natura Sonoris Krzysztof Penderecki (Artist) Available from these sellers. Special offers and product promotions. Check Out Our Turntable Store Need a new record player? Check out our turntable store for a great selection of turntables, needles, accessories, and more. Have a question?.
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  8. Krzysztof Eugeniusz Penderecki was a Polish composer and conductor. Among his best known works are Threnody to the Victims of Hiroshima,[1] Symphony No. 3, his St. Luke Passion, Polish Requiem, Anaklasis and Utrenja. Penderecki composed four operas, eight symphonies and other orchestral pieces, a variety of instrumental concertos, choral settings of mainly religious texts, as well as chamber.
  9. De natura sonoris (On the nature of sound) is the title of three works by the Polish composer Krzysztof Penderecki. De natura sonoris No. 1 (the number was appended later) was composed in The title was inspired by Lucretius 's De rerum natura (On the nature of things). As the title suggests, it is a vigorous exploration of wildly divergent orchestral effects and jackconguilatachacawimisbicalci.xyzinfotante: Capriccio for Violin and Orchestra, Cello .

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