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Oskar Sala - My Fascinating Instrument: pieces pour Mixturtrautonium Sala, mixturtrautonium électroniqueEpuiséindisponible

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Auteur : Oskar Sala

Titre : My Fascinating Instrument: pieces pour Mixturtrautonium Sala, mixturtrautonium électronique

Résumé : Hindemith ordered three specimens of Trautoniums, which were used for the first time in 1930 in the premiere performance of his Triostuecke fuer drei Trautonien. The first Trautoniums were monophonic. They were based on an oscillator with a glimmer lamp and were already able to produce continuous alteration of the tone colour. Serving as a manual was a horizontally stretched wire, which was pressed against the metal rod beneath it. Further development of the Trautonium moved more and more away from Trautwein himself. But with his talent for organisation he supported Sala at a time when Hindemith had already been compelled to leave Germany. Sala had an opportunity to work on a large-scale Radio Trautonium. This was marked in particular by a second manual and considerably expanded technical tonal possibilities. A Konzert fuer Trautonium und Orchester was performed for the first time with t


Support : CD import
Genre musical : Classique - Musique classique (Musique savante de tradition occidentale)
Format : Boitier cristal  (À titre indicatif, peut être modifié sans notification préalable)

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Tracklisting :

1 : Fantasie-suite in drei stzen für mixturtrautonium solo
2 : Rede des toten christus vom weltgebude herab daá kein gott sei
3 : Largo
4 : Fanfare
5 : Impression electronique
6 : Elektronische tanzsuite


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