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The Night: Contemporary Music
Contemporary Music Night #37 – Wandelweiser # 15. The thirty-seventh two-weekly Contemporary Music Night on Concertzender with tonight episode fifteen of about twenty-five episode series with all the published records of the Edition Wandelweiser label in chronological order from 1996 till now.
“There’s a boy with a voice like a candle Every turn that it takes I see The flicker, the flicker, the flickering flame Could vanish from me completely All I have to do is move All I have to do is blink and he Could vanish from me completely” A non-stop mix of ambient soundscapes, experimental electronics and modern classical music.
An Ox on the Roof #4
The fourth programme in An Ox on the Roof, a series by Thea Derks, is broadcast on Wednesday 5 June at 21:00 CET. This series loosely follows the structure of her book Een os op het dak: moderne muziek na 1900 in vogelvlucht, an introduction to contemporary classical music for the non-specialist. This time the programme includes a recording of the opera La chute de la maison Usher by Claude Debussy, with a libretto written by Debussy that is based on the novel with the same title by Edgar Allan Poe. Debussy worked on this opera for many years but never completed it. In his opinion the music made too much use of traditional harmonies. In 2004, Robert Orledge completed the work based on the sketches left by Debussy. Tip: if you puchase the book (which is available in Dutch only) via the website boekenbestellen.nl you will receive a copy with a persoanl dedication from the author. Click here for the playlist.