Saturday, 16 May 2009

Iannis Xenakis - Anaktoria et al.

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1 Anaktoria (1969)
2 Oophaa (1989)
3 Charisma (1971)
4 Mists (1981)
5 Mikka et Mikka 'S' (1972, 1975)
6 Morsima-Amorsima (1956-62)

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

this blog is amazing! thanks for taking your time and sharing music!!!
-am

maready said...

Thank you so much for your blog. Yours is one of the few that shows the work of a true "curator" behind it. The choices that you make seem dictated by a well-considered and very concrete world-view. It is rare to find a blog that is a work of art in the way that a well-edited anthology or well-curated gallery show is. At this point, I trust your taste so much, that I consider all that you post is there for a good reason, and therefore worth listening to.

I must especially single out and thank you for your earlier post of Paul Celan reading his poems. I don't know where on earth I would have ever found this if not for your generosity. Now, if only I had the disc space to download La Cicatrice Interieure!

Please keep up the great work --- I know that a project like this has few immediate rewards. I hope that this note helps make it even a little more worht your while ----- you are not going unheard!

Jessica said...

your words are most (!) appreciated
(excuse my meagre reply, i'm sort of dumbstruck at this point)

Anonymous said...

Thank you for the marvellous music!!! Morsima-Amorsima is really great!

BTW, who plays it?

Alex

Jessica said...

Unfortunately, info on this is really vague: Jacqueline Méfano on piano, accompanied by members of the Paris Octet (L'Octuor de Paris).