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Henning ChristianSen // to Look Inside Music 2XCD

Henning ChristianSen // to Look Inside Music 2XCD

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Reissue label of Danish Fluxus writer Henning Christiansen's workHenning Christiansen The latest 2-CD set from the Archive.

This work covers various styles of work produced from 1963 to 1988.Below is a commentary by the label.

"This collection is a collection of music that, in a sense, targets concert halls. All of the recordings are unreleased sound sources. The Christiansen recordings that have been released so far are dramatic music. , Soundtracks, music for artist performances, tape music, etc. were the majority. This time, Christiansen as a composer is in the foreground. His voice is that expression. Despite the surprisingly wide range of music, it is always recognizable, and its approach ranges from traditional to cutting-edge. The technical questions in the concert hall have been resolved, but at the same time. He continues to question the role of form and genre in music. "

Labels and other worksplease use this form. ///Click here to see more Penultimate Press releases available at Tobira. 

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Edition of 500.

Comes in gatefold digipak with booklet and a new essay by Ben Harper.

The Henning Christiansen Archive:

"The Henning Christiansen Archive is proud to present a collection of previously unreleased'classical works' by Henning Christiansen, a large part of his oeuvre which has remained out of sight, until now. from 2 to 1963.

“This collection gathers music by Christiansen targeted on (in one sense or another) the concert hall. All the recordings presented here are previously unreleased. The majority of publicly available Christiansen recordings have focused on music related to dramatic works, soundtrack works, music made This time, Christiansen as composer is truly at the forefront. His voice is always recognisable even as his expressive range is surprisingly broad; his approach ranges from the conventional to the radical. Any niggling concert-hall questions about craft are settled, yet at the same time he continues to question the role of form and genre in music ”. From the liner notes written by Ben Harper” 

Artist: Henning Christiansen

Label: Label: Penultimate Press

Reissue label of Danish Fluxus writer Henning Christiansen's workHenning Christiansen The latest 2-CD set from the Archive.

This work covers various styles of work produced from 1963 to 1988.Below is a commentary by the label.

"This collection is a collection of music that, in a sense, targets concert halls. All of the recordings are unreleased sound sources. The Christiansen recordings that have been released so far are dramatic music. , Soundtracks, music for artist performances, tape music, etc. were the majority. This time, Christiansen as a composer is in the foreground. His voice is that expression. Despite the surprisingly wide range of music, it is always recognizable, and its approach ranges from traditional to cutting-edge. The technical questions in the concert hall have been resolved, but at the same time. He continues to question the role of form and genre in music. "

Labels and other worksplease use this form. ///Click here to see more Penultimate Press releases available at Tobira. 

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Edition of 500.

Comes in gatefold digipak with booklet and a new essay by Ben Harper.

The Henning Christiansen Archive:

"The Henning Christiansen Archive is proud to present a collection of previously unreleased'classical works' by Henning Christiansen, a large part of his oeuvre which has remained out of sight, until now. from 2 to 1963.

“This collection gathers music by Christiansen targeted on (in one sense or another) the concert hall. All the recordings presented here are previously unreleased. The majority of publicly available Christiansen recordings have focused on music related to dramatic works, soundtrack works, music made This time, Christiansen as composer is truly at the forefront. His voice is always recognisable even as his expressive range is surprisingly broad; his approach ranges from the conventional to the radical. Any niggling concert-hall questions about craft are settled, yet at the same time he continues to question the role of form and genre in music ”. From the liner notes written by Ben Harper” 

Artist: Henning Christiansen

Label: Label: Penultimate Press