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  • CD #0021
  • SYNASTRIA
    WALTER ZIMMERMANN
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  • 1. Kore (2010), Ensemble Adapter;
    2. Ataraxia (1988), Sinfonieorchester Baden-Baden, Ingo Metzmacher, James Clapperton (Piano);
    3. Klangfaden (1983), Ensemble Adapter;
    4. Saitenspiel (1983), Ensemble Modern, Peter Eötvös;
  • Collabaration with Deutschlandfunk, Deutschlandradio Kultur and SWR
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  • Philosophical writings from antiquity have frequently underlaid Zimmermann’s work of recent years, particularly in relation to notions of time an ‘harmonia’ [...] Another recurrent theme in later works is that of the ‘broken unison’ (both melodic and rhythmic), which clearly has an allegorical/social dimension as well as a musical one [...] The isolated performance of single of his pieces emphasises their ‘otherness’ in relation to the main trends in new German music, whereas the hearing of several pieces together reveals a remarkably rich and coherent personal work. (Richard Toop)
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  • ‘Music to sound out minimal intervals and combinations of tones - there is something enchanting in it: "Slowness is the secret".’
    (Wolfgang Schreiber, Süddeutsche Zeitung)
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  • This final part is characteristic of Walter Zimmermann’s composing style,starting with plain material but enfolding its alleged simplicity until it comes to a new complexity. Zimmermann develops with Klangfaden (1983, in a new interpretation of Ensemble Adapter) an exceedingly delicate filigree texture, where the bright tones of the harp and a glockenspiel are strangely interwoven with the darker colours of the bass clarinet. (Gerhard Dietel, Neue Zeitschrift für Musik)
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