Composer Ernstalbrecht Stiebler presents three solo pieces, one for accordion (Teodoro Anzellotti) one for piano (Marianne Schroeder) and the third for organ (Huub Ten Hacken).
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Label: Hat [now] ART
Catalog ID: Hat[now]ART109
Squidco Product Code: 18481
Packaging: Cardstock 3 page foldover
Recorded on June 23rd, 1997; February 12th, 1994; August 20th, 1997.
Huub Ten Hacken-organ
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1. ...Im Klang I... (1995) For Accordion 19:57
2. Klavierstück '87 25:45
3. ...Im Klang II... (1995) For Organ 25:09
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"When music gives us space, leaves us time, we notice how our perception of music changes. A sensitization to music is formed through differentiated, repeated structures that do not force the listener to mere rehearsal of the composer's preconceptions but rather allow the listener the possibility to participate, to bring about resonance in the fullest sense."-Ernstalbrecht Stiebler
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"Marianne Schroeder (born 1949) is a Swiss pianist and composer. She studied with Giacinto Scelsi. She played at Carnegie Hall, Lucerne Festival and Théâtre des Champs-Élysées. She worked with John Cage and Shigeru Kan-no.
She is a member of the Groupe Lacroix and as such is specialized in contemporary classical music. As a member of the Groupe Lacroix she has worked with international musicians, such as the Ensemble Sortisatio."-Wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marianne_Schroeder)
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