Notes & Reviews:
In the words of the conductor Peter Jan Marthe, Nitsch uses music as an instrument to experience emotional states and discover existence to a degree unheard of until now: "This music is as powerful as the forces of the universe - either you get in or you get out."Notes & Reviews:
Recording information: Hermann Nitsch Museum, Mistelbach, Lower Austria (07/04/2009-07/05/2009).
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Works DetailsNitsch, Hermann : Symphony no 9 ("Die Ägyptische")
- Conductor: Peter Marthé
- Ensemble: Stadkapelle Mistelbach
- Notes: Hermann Nitsch Museum, Mistelbach, Lower Austria (07/04/2009-07/05/2009)
- Running Time: 101 min. 33 sec.
- Period Time: Contemporary
- Form: Orchestral