Stockhausen - Klavierstucke I-XI
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Cat No: WER73412
Number of Discs: 2
Release Date: 27th July 2018
His Klavierstücke I-XI for piano are not based on a linear belief in progress, but on a personal mix of scientific knowledge and religious conviction.
The underlying theme of this music is the tension between objectively measured time versus our subjective experience of time. Stockhausen deliberately restricted himself to a single instrument, believing that the neutrality and universality of the piano’s sound allowed a comprehensive and transparent exploration of sound colours and structures.
In Sabine Liebner’s precise and sensitive interpretation, the fascination of these piano pieces is apparent. The intensity of the individual sound events and our experience of the dual nature of time allow us to truly 'hear' – the ultimate goal of Stockhausen’s art.
Includes both versions of Klavierstück XI
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