- David Haller (Drums)
Notes & Reviews:
This is a terrific piece of contemporary music. It is huge, loud, percussive, dissonant and good. Wolfgang Rihm is one of the most important composers creating today. Rihm writes: "If the 'Tutuguri' music is played without stage, sets and movement, these things are possible: 1) unfetterd imagination; 2) Unfiltered sound scene; 3) That which is written in music as sound space and sound signs; 4) the visable sound script.
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Works DetailsRihm, Wolfgang : Tutuguri, ballet for speaker, chorus, tape & orchestra
- Performer: David Haller (Drums)
- Conductor: Fabrice Bollon
- Ensemble: Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra
- Notes: Stadthalle Sindelfingen, Sindelfingen, Germany (07/03/2002-07/11/2002)
- Running Time: 13 min. 40 sec.
- Period Time: Contemporary
- Written: 1981-1982