Peter Ablinger's works for three pianos are made up of overlapping sound-layers, repeated octaves, and barely audible sounds made by fingers darting across keys; played by Hildegard Kleeb.
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Catalog ID: Hat[now]ART132
Squidco Product Code: 18486
Packaging: Cardstock 3 page foldover
Recorded on December 8th-10th, 1998 at Sender Freies Berlin by Caroline Siegers.
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1. Grisailles (1-100) 21:27
2. Grisailles (1-100) 26:54
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"The throbbing standstill as changing tinge of light, as a slow change (of light and therefore of space and time), fifty minutes long. Grisailles 1-100 for three pianos consists of various levels of overlapping sound-layers. Repeated octaves and small, barely audible sounds made by fingers darting across the keys seem to be two of these levels. Peter Ablinger composed twenty-four layers to start with-each one following its own time and structure-, before these were being combined in a preliminary score."-Christian Scheib