Get this from a library! Kreuzspiel.. [Karlheinz Stockhausen]. Analysis and appreciation of KREUZSPIEL (Cross-play) and SCHLAGTRIO And finally, revising the score during rehearsals or after initial performances. Kreuzspiel (English: Crossplay) is a composition by Karlheinz Stockhausen written for oboe, bass clarinet, piano and four percussionists in It is assigned.
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Preview this item Preview this item. However, I actually find listening to the “point” field and it’s collective behavior against a canvas of “jagged” timpani dynamics to be more fun.
Views Read Edit View history. Messiaen ‘s work is today recognized as a prototype of integral serialism and “pointillist” music, in which each note has dynamic, articulative, and registral properties assigned to it without direct relation to adjacent notes–an extreme form of Webern ‘s and Schoenberg ‘s “tone-color melody.
A constant tumba tremolo pattern provides a background “groove”, but uses accents to express 2 sets of 12 duration values.
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Stockhausen realised the electronic music and participated in these recordings as conductor, performer, sound projectionist, and musical director. In this scene from “Musical Forming”,Stockhausen describes how each one of the 12 starting pitches starts at an extremely high or low point in this case highoscillates up and down moving towards the middle register and then back outwardsand finally ends up in the opposite register in this case low.
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The oboe and bass clarinet are amplified, with one microphone each. The high and low notes gradually spread from the piano parts to the bass clarinet and oboe the bass clarinet enters at bar 28, oboe at bar The loudspeakers should not be tipped downwards.
The piano also plays soft middle register chords throughout. Master and use copy.
Kreuzspiel, for oboe, bass clarinet, piano, and 3 percussionists
To ensure a smooth course of the concert, it is important that the set-up of the instruments takes place before the concert begins and not during the concert between the pieces. HathiTrust Digital Library, Limited view search only. You may send this item to up to five recipients. The amplification should be adjusted so that all the instruments can be heard equally well even in kreuuzspiel passages, when the drums are playing and and so that the highest and lowest notes on the piano sound equally loud.
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Digital Library Federation, December Sincea complete edition of all recordings in which Karlheinz Stockhausen has personally participated is being released on compact discs. List of compositions by Karlheinz Stockhausen Category: It’s fairly easy to appreciate the music just by listening to how the tom-toms and the piano parts set kreeuzspiel other up.
It is important that the height of the tom-toms is correct in relation to the percussionists’ hands; it may be necessary for the percussionists’ podia to be different in height, so that kfeuzspiel rims of the tom-toms are at the same level as the upper edge of the piano case while, at the same time, being at the right height for the rim-shots to be played.
The sound of the rim-shots should be an equal mixture of skin head and wood rim ; therefore, it may be necessary to play the head louder so that it can be clearly distinguished from the rim noise.
The second movement carries out a similar formal process, only starting in the middle register, spreading out to all seven octaves, and the contracting again to the middle.
Share on facebook twitter tumblr. Please re-enter recipient e-mail address es. Rather, it uses constant reordering of twelve-element linked pitch, duration, dynamic, and—in the original version—attack sets—a device sometimes called ” permutational serialism ” e.
Kreuzspiel. (Downloadable musical score, ) 
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