5 edition of Gyorgy Ligeti found in the catalog.
|Statement||Discothèque des Halles|
|Publishers||Discothèque des Halles|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 95 p. :|
|Number of Pages||96|
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ピアノのための練習曲 第三巻 1995-2001年 その他 [ ]• Although he lost his father and brother to the wartime concentration camps, Ligeti escaped a Nazi work camp and entered the Liszt Academy in 1945. 1968年 モダン・独奏 受賞歴 [ ]• ハンブルク協奏曲 1999年 Gyorgy Ligeti [ ]• In the 1960s, Ligeti was associate professor at the Summer School for Contemporary Music in Darmstadt and guest professor at the Royal Swedish Academy of Music in Stockholm.
アルティクラツィオーン 1958年 ピアノ曲 [ ]• Following the abatement of the Gyorgy Ligeti Revolution, he left his native country in December 1956 for both political and artistic reasons. A comprehensive overview of the vast Ligeti Collection in the Paul Sacher Foundation, Basel, overseen with expert care by Zimmermann.
Conference Proceedings, Symposia, Essay Collections• Rejecting the dogmatism of the Darmstadt school, Ligeti embraced influences from early music, art, literature, science, and folk music, producing complex but often remarkably accessible works known for their eccentric humor and dark wit.
Several and have comprehensive bibliographies, discographies, filmographies and work lists see especiallyas well as andboth cited under. 2006 is arguably the most influential composer of the late 20th century.
夏 1989年 電子音楽 [ ]• （） 1977年 管弦楽曲 [ ]• Over the course of six decades, he produced solochoral compositions, Fluxus experiments, analog pieces, orchestral compositions, and works of music theatre. Even abstract terms such as quantity, relationships, coherences and processes appear to me to be sensualised and have their place in an imaginary space. The composer made a substantial impact on international contemporary music both as a university professor up to 1989 and as an active member of the music scene and became the musical aesthetic benchmark for a whole generation.
During his time as freelancer in the West German Radio studio for electronic music in Cologne 1957-58he undertook an intense study of the Gyorgy Ligeti of Karlheinz Stockhausen, Mauricio Kagel and Pierre Boulez. He received a scholarship from the German Academic Exchange Programme DAAD in Berlin for 1969-70 and was Composer in Gyorgy Ligeti at the Stanford University in California in 1972 before being appointed as Professor for Composition at the Hamburg Musikhochschule the following year.
Rejecting the dogmatism of the Darmstadt school, Ligeti embraced influences from early music, art, literature, science, and folk music, producing complex but often remarkably accessible works known for their eccentric humor and dark wit.
Following the abatement of the Hungarian Revolution, he left his native country in December 1956 for both political and artistic reasons.
Sections cover individual works, sketchbooks, practices and studies, analyses, and various miscellanea.