Mauricio Kagel Finale

Brian Ferneyhough, Mauricio Kagel, Steve Reich - Atelier Schola Cantorum 5

Brian Ferneyhough, Mauricio Kagel, Steve Reich - Atelier Schola Cantorum 5
Classical | EAC: APE+Cue+Log | 1 Cd, Cover + Booklet | 424 Mb
Label:Cadenza - Date:1993

On this CD a combination f works by Brian Ferneyhough, Mauricio Kagel and Steve Reich performed by Schola Cantorum Stutgartt and the RSO Stutgartt.
Mauricio Kagel - Vox Humana? - Finale - Fürst Igor, Stravinsky - Ensemble 2E 2M (1996)

Mauricio Kagel - Vox Humana? - Finale - Fürst Igor, Stravinsky - Ensemble 2E 2M (1996)
EAC RIP | APE + CUE + LOG | COVER+BOOK | RAR FILES (3% recovery)| 258 Mb
Classical | Accords 461 791-2

Mauricio Kagel - The Mauricio Kagel Edition (2006)  

Posted by basa005 at Feb. 1, 2010
Mauricio Kagel - The Mauricio Kagel Edition (2006)

Mauricio Kagel - The Mauricio Kagel Edition (2006)
EAC RIP | APE + CUE + LOG | COVER+BOOK | RAR FILES (3% recovery) |2CD 455 Mb
VIDEO DVDrip | XviD @ 1053kbps | 29fps | 448 x 320 | German MP3 128kbps | sub English | 90min | 699MB
Classical | Winter&Winter 910 128-2

Mauricio Kagel: Sankt - Bach - Passion  

Posted by denegado at Jan. 27, 2010
Mauricio Kagel: Sankt - Bach - Passion

Mauricio Kagel 8: Sankt - Bach - Passion (Passion selon Saint Bach)
Avant-Garde | EAC RIP = APE + CUE + LOG | Cover | 2 CD / 450 MB |
Recording - 1985 / Released 1996

Kagel's conundrum is this: Saint Bach is either a unique musical phenomenon, perhaps the only instance of such divinely made (not just inspired) music, thus rendering him incomparable and even incommensurable to all other composers, or Bach's saintliness is a possibility that any composer might attain and thus "Saint Bach" is a representation of "the composer" him/herself in his/her fullest attainment. If this is the case, what other composers might Kagel also be a saint? Himself? As I said, Kagel confronts us with the most challenging epistemological conundrum any recent composer to my knowledge has laid down. And I suspect attentive listeners will be wrestling with his conundrum for generations to come, either infuriated by its seeming audacity, or humbled by its remarkable devotion. In any case, some of those infuriated and humbled listeners will return to Kagel's music with a culminating sense of marvel at its emotion and elegant design that will seem at times to be Bach's music itself wearing an astonishingly contemporary garb.
Anne Sofie Von Otter, Hans-Peter Blochwitz, Roland Hermann, Peter Oggisch, Gerd Zacher, Stuttgart Sudfunkchor, Limburger Cathedral Boys Choir, Hamburg Radio Chorus, Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra, Mauricio Kage / Conductor

Mauricio Kagel: Duodramen - Szenario - Liturgien  

Posted by denegado at April 17, 2009
Mauricio Kagel: Duodramen - Szenario - Liturgien

Kagel [1931-2008] Szenario; Duodramen; Liturgien (Recording - December 12, 2006)
Avant-Garde | EAC-FLAC separate tracks (CUE+LOG) | Complete Scans | RAR | 271 MB | RS.com
Label: NAXOS | Cat. Num.: 8570179

Mauricio Kagel is a conductor, writer, teacher and self-taught composer, initially influenced by avant-garde figures such as Boulez and Stockhausen. 'Szenario,' scored for string orchestra and tape, was conceived as an independent work, but quickly found a new role as musical backing to the Luis Bunuel/Salvador Dali silent classic 'Le chien andalou'. Duodramen can be heard either as an orchestral song-cycle in the tradition of Mahler or as an operatic 'final scene' in the tradition of Wagner or Richard Strauss. Composed during 1989-90, 'Liturgien' is Kagel's take on a sacred service so as to illuminate its musical essence from a new perspective.
Mauricio Kagel (1931-2008) - Finale / ...den 24.xii.1931

Mauricio Kagel (1931-2008) - Finale / …den 24.xii.1931
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Contemporary | 1992 | 51'11 | APE + CUE | 221 MB
Roland Hermann, baritone - Ensemble Modern, conducted by Mauricio Kagel
Mauricio Kagel - Music for Renaissance Instruments and "1898"

Mauricio Kagel - "1898", "Music for Renaissance Instruments"
Contemporary | ape, cue, log | cover + info | 1 CD | 347 MB
Collegium Instrumentale, Mauricio Kagel

Mauricio Kagel's death six weeks ago was a vast blow for contemporary music. Kagel's heritage is a commentary on the ideals and ideologies of music history as well as a self-conscious contribution to the canon - but that is exactly why he should be essential listening for anybody interested in new music. On this CD, first piece called "1898". It was written in 1973 as a commission for DGG's 75 anniversary. The second piece, Music for Renaissance Instruments, is the original recording from 1967 (written 1965/66) that was released on vinyl by DGG in 1969.
Mauricio Kagel - Zwei Akte (Mauricio Kagel Edition, No.2) (1996)

Mauricio Kagel - Zwei Akte (Mauricio Kagel Edition, No.2) (1996)
Classical | EAC (APE & CUE) | 244 MB
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Born in Buenos Aires and living in Europe since 1957, Mauricio Kagel became Professor of New Music Theatre in Cologne in 1974 and has often found himself in alliance with other avant-garde composers such as Stockhausen, Ligeti and Boulez. I find Kagel's music, however strangely absorbing and moving it may be, relatively well represented on this CD. Far removed from the theatrical high jinx for which Kagel remains best known, Zwei Akte is a collection of six short jazz pieces that, in turn, come from a mixture of 41 pieces which all begin with the letter R, together comprising a Radiophantasie 'Rrrrrrr…'.
Mauricio Kagel - Heterophonie - Improvisation ajoutée (1968/2001)

Mauricio Kagel - Heterophonie - Improvisation ajoutée
XLD Rip | FLAC+CUE+LOG | Covers | 49:30 | 209 MB
20th Century Classical - Contemporary | 1968 (LP) / 2001 (CD) | Wergo
Mauricio Kagel - Acustica, for experimental sound-producers and loud-speakers (2008)

Mauricio Kagel - Acustica, for experimental sound-producers and loud-speakers
XLD Rip | FLAC+CUE+LOG | Cover | 74'51 | 457 MB
20th Century Classical - Contemporary | 2008 | Zig-Zag Territoires