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Various - International Gaudeamus Competition 1971 For Interpreters Of Contemporary Music download album

  • Performer: Various
  • Title: International Gaudeamus Competition 1971 For Interpreters Of Contemporary Music
  • Genre: Electronic / Classical
  • Formats: DMF AIFF ASF WMA VOX VQF MPC
  • Released: 1971
  • Style: Musique Concrète, Contemporary
  • MP3 album: 1575 mb
  • FLAC album: 1852 mb
  • Rating: 4.4/5
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Various - International Gaudeamus Competition 1971 For Interpreters Of Contemporary Music download album

Various ‎– International Gaudeamus Competition 1971 For Interpreters Of Contemporary Music. Label: Gaudeamus Foundation ‎– 71001.

Musique Concrète, Contemporary, Twelve-tone, Impressionist. International Gaudeamus Competition For Interpreters Of Contemporary Music 1971. Music For Bass Clarinet And Piano. Composed By – Theo Loevendie.

Gaudeamus International Interpreters Award. The Gaudeamus International Interpreters Award has been offered since 1963 by the Gaudeamus Foundation to outstanding young performers winning the International Gaudemus Competition for Interpreters of Contemporary Music (Anon. The competition provides an opportunity for performers of contemporary music to meet other musicians from all over the world. During the festival workshops, master classes and concerts take place. 1963 1st Prize not awarded.

The Gaudeamus International Composers Award is a European award issued by the Gaudeamus Foundation. The prize is awarded at an annual ceremony in the Netherlands to a young composer competing in the highly competitive Gaudeamus Music Week. The Gaudeamus Foundation had held an annual music week of Dutch compositions since 1947, alternating with an international competition until 1959, from which time they became fully international (Anon 2001). 2018 Sebastian Hilli (FI). 2017 Aart Strootman (NL).

International Gaudeamus Interpreters International Competition for Interpreters of Contemporary MusicInternational Gaudeamus Competition. In 1971 she won first prize in the Gaudeamus Competition for Interpreters of New Music at Rotterdam, and began an international career as a pianist. Friedrich Wührer Gaudeamus International Interpreters Award United States Memphis, Tennessee Tennessee.

The Gaudeamus International Interpreters Award has been offered since 1963 by the Gaudeamus Foundation to outstanding young performers winning the International Gaudemus Competition for Interpreters of Contemporary Music (Anon.

The Gaudeamus International Interpreters Award is offered by the Gaudeamus Foundation to outstanding young performers winning the International Gaudemus Competition for Interpreters of Contemporary Music.

The Gaudeamus Interpreters Competition must be one of the most prestigious and best organised of international contemporary music competitions. It is genuinely international, attracting musicians to the Nederlands from all corners of the globe, this year's semi-finalists originating from Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, China, Finland, France, Holland, Poland, UK & USA, Venezuela & Yugoslavia

The Gaudeamus International Interpreters Award is offered by the Gaudeamus Foundation to outstanding young performers winning the International Gaudemus Competition for Interpreters of Contemporary Music.

Tracklist Hide Credits

International Gaudeamus Competition 1971 For Interpreters Of Contemporary Music
A1 Doris Hays Glass Music
Composed By – Jos Kunst
A2 Doris Hays Sonatas 5 & 13
Composed By – John Cage
A3 Martin Mumelter Solo
Composed By – Erich Urbanner
A4 Naotaka Nishida Zen
Composed By – David Porcelijn
B1 István Matuz, Zoltán Benkő Sonatina
Composed By – Pierre Boulez
B2 Carla Hübner Music For Piano II
Composed By – Reinbert de Leeuw

Credits

  • Flute – István Matuz (tracks: B1), Naotaka Nishida (tracks: A4)
  • Piano – Carla Hübner (tracks: B2), Doris Hays (tracks: A1 A2), Zoltán Benkő (tracks: B1)
  • Violin – Martin Mumelter (tracks: A3)

Notes

Comes in a folded (thin) single-sheet cover.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): AA 6802 743 1Y 1 67011 1 04
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): AA 6802 743 2Y 1 67011 1 04


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