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Mayroecker: Requiem für ernst Jandl; Jandl: Weltgebrauche / Mayrocker, Haselbock, Jandl, Pichler and Schwab

Audio Samples

>Haselbock, Martin : Will nicht mehr weiden, for speaker & orchestra ("Requiem fur Ernst Jandl")
>Haselbock, Martin : Weltgebrauche, Literarisch-musikalische Aktion, for speaker & organ

Album Summary

>Haselbock, Martin : Will nicht mehr weiden, for speaker & orchestra ("Requiem fur Ernst Jandl")
>Haselbock, Martin : Weltgebrauche, Literarisch-musikalische Aktion, for speaker & organ
Performer Conductor Ensemble Composer

Notes & Reviews:

The Austrian poet and author Ernst Jandl, was a master of experimental poetry and was honored with various awards, such as the Decoration of Honor for Services to the Republic of Austria. This new recording, which was released in honor of this great artist, is divided into two thematic priorities: The first part ("Requiem für Ernst Jandl") consists of words dedicated to Ernst Jandl by his friend Friederike Mayröcker, who lived together with him from 1954 to his death in 2000. The second part ("Weltgebräuche") is a "literary-musical action", consisting of selected words from Ernst Jandl and compositions for the organ, played by the composer himself, Martin Haselböck.

Notes & Reviews:

Recording information: RadioKulturhaus, Vienna, Austria (11/06/2010).



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Works Details

>Martin Haselböck (1954 - ) : Will nicht mehr weiden, for speaker & orchestra ("Requiem für Ernst Jandl")
  • Conductor: Martin Haselböck
  • Ensemble: Vienna Academy Orchestra
  • Notes: This work was written in collaboration with Friederike Mayröcker.
  • Running Time: 27 min. 46 sec.
  • Period Time: Contemporary
  • Form: Choral
  • Written: 2000

>Martin Haselböck (1954 - ) : Weltgebräuche, Literarisch-musikalische Aktion, for speaker & organ
  • Performer: Martin Haselböck (Organ)
  • Notes: This work was written in collaboration with Ernst Jandl.
  • Running Time: 22 min. 16 sec.
  • Period Time: Contemporary
  • Written: 2010