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Konrad Boehmer - Position - Il Combattimento - Ouroboros album mp3

Konrad Boehmer - Position - Il Combattimento - Ouroboros album mp3
Position - Il Combattimento - Ouroboros
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Konrad Boehmer: Position; Il Combattimento; Ouroboros. Il Combattimento, for violin, cello & orchestra. Konrad Boehmer, Nicolas Hodges, Bruno Maderna, Emilio Pomárico. 3. Ouroboros, for solo piano.

Konrad Boehmer (born 24 May 1941 in Berlin, Germany; died 4 October 2014 in Amsterdam, Netherlands) studied composition with Gottfried Michael Koenig (1959-61) and philosophy, sociology and musicology at the University of Cologne, writing his doctoral thesis on the theory of open form in new music. From 1961-1963 he worked at the electronic music studios of West German Broadcasting Company (WDR) in Köln.

Konrad Boehmer (24 May 1941 – 4 October 2014) was a German-Dutch composer, educator, and writer. Boehmer was born in Berlin. A self-declared member of the Darmstadt School (Boehmer 1987), he studied composition in Cologne with Karlheinz Stockhausen and Gottfried Michael Koenig, and philosophy, sociology, and musicology at the University of Cologne, where he received a PhD in 1966 (Sabbe 2001).

Position for electronic sounds, vocal sounds, and orchestra (1960–61). Zeitläufte for eight instruments (1962). Information (1964–65). Il combattimento for violin, cello, and orchestra (1989–90). Et in Arcadia ego for string quartet (1992). Kronos protos for 14 instruments (1995). Nuba for flute, viola and harp (1998). Orpheus Unplugged (1999–2000) piano and tape. Ouroboros for piano (2002). Doktor Fausti Höllenfahrt for orchestra (2006). Componist Konrad Boehmer (73) overleden". Zur Theorie der offenen Form in der neuen Musik.

Position - Il Combattimento - Ouroboros. Musician: Konrad Boehmer. Info: Label: BV Haast Records ‎– BVHAAST 0504 Type: CD, Album Country: Netherlands Date of released: 2004 Category: Electronic, Classical Style: Modern Classical, Experimental. Konrad Boehmer - Position - Il Combattimento - Ouroboros MP3 archive.

CD: Konrad Boehmer, Position (+Il Combattimento + Ouroboros), BVHAAST 0504. POSITION was composed in 1960/61. The electric tape was realized in the studio of 'electronic' music of the Cologne radio WDR (in 1961/62). The basic idea of this work is one of an 'open' form which does not consist in the exchangeability of its parts but in the idiomatic structure of the composition. One of the 'interpretations' of the piece is already integrated in the tape: a text by Ferdinand Kriwet refers to all kinds of (human) reactions on open situations, from fear to determination. I have written the first (instrumental) interpretation myself, wherein I tried to combine the multitude of 'electric' textures (on tape) with a continuous instrumental tale. You can download the score here: Position.

Konrad Boehmer is a Dutch composer and writer of German birth (Berlin 1941). His music reflects his Marxist political agenda, which is made explicit in many of his writings from the late 1960s and 1970s (.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Position
Conductor – Bruno MadernaOrchestra – Radio Symphony Orchestra Of The WDR, Cologne*Tape – Konrad Boehmer
2 Il Combattimento
Cello [Solo] – Michael StirlingConductor – Emilio PomáricoDirected By [Music Direction] – Ron Ford Orchestra – Radio Filharmonisch Orkest Holland*Producer – Frans Van Gurp, Marjolein De MoorTechnician – Gert AltenaViolin [Solo] – Joris Van Rijn
3 Ouroboros
Piano [Solo] – Nicolas HodgesTechnician, Edited By – Guido Tichelman


  • Composed By – Konrad Boehmer
  • Design – Meeuw
  • Mastered By – Kees Tazelaar


1: Recorded at the world premiere 12.01.63.
2: Recording of the world premiere 13.12.03 in the Vredenburg, Utrecht during 'Nederlandse Muziekdagen'.
3: Recorded at Grasland Studio, Haarlem 17.09.2004.

B.V. Haast celebrates its 30th anniversary with the release of this CD.