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Franui - Ständchen der Dinge
Gnigler - Straight On, Downstairs, 2nd Door Left
Xiaoyong Chen - Imaginative Reflections
Gordon Kampe - Arien/Zitronen
Milica Djordjevic - rocks-stars-metals-light
David Hudry - Durchgang
Arvo Pärt - Anima
Lukas Lauermann - How I Remember Now I Remember How
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Franui: Ständchen der Dinge

Franui celebrate their twenty-fifth year – a welcome occasion for an anniversary album, with many guests and fellow travellers, some new pieces, some old but previously unreleased recordings, and some of their greatest musical moments from the past quarter century, including tracks from albums that have been out of print for years. The rest is history! Find the album right here.
In honour of this occasion we now offer a 25% discount on all previous Franui-recordings exclusively in our online-store. This special offer is valid until the 31st of March 2018 with the discount code Franui#25. 
New Release

Gnigler: Straight On, Downstairs, 2nd Door Left

Founded in 2013 by the young Austrian saxophonist Jakob Gnigler, the sextet has created its own musical world, full of the unexpected and the unpredictable. The individual versus the collective, composition versus improvisation, listening habits versus artistic intention – everywhere, contrasts are celebrated, established thought pa erns questioned, hierarchies upended. Find the album right here.
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Xiaoyong Chen: Imaginative Reflections

The sounds on this album seem to come from another world. They spread through space, then disappear, or rather: fade away, evaporate, crystallize, settle as a sediment. This music is about fading away, about reverberations, echoes. European instruments sound Asian, and Asian instruments are integrated into European art music. Find the album right here.
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Ernst von Siemens Musicfoundation Composers' Prize Winners #2016

Once again the Ernst von Siemens Music Foundation and col legno join forces to present the portrait-CDs of 2016 composers’ prize winners Gordon Kampe, Milica Djordjevic and David Hudry. 
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Arvo Pärt: Anima

This album is the first-ever compilation of all compositions by Pärt that have been transcribed for saxophone quartet – revealing them, so to speak, without words, “only” through breath, through oscillating columns of air. The Italian Alea Saxophone Quartet master this task brilliantly. Find the album right here.
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Lukas Lauermann: How I Remember Now I Remember How

He plays the cello with celebrated indie bands, writes music for theatre and lm productions, realizes sound improvisations: now Lukas Lauermann presents his solo debut, and invites us to listen into “the great spaces all around” – spaces of memory, chambers of sensation, places of yearning. “Barrier-free modern classical music.” Find the album right here.
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Alma: Oeo

Guess who’s back: Alma are happy to show around again presenting their brand new and highly anticipated 3rd Longplayer Oeo! »... somewhere between the native soil and a dark universe.« Find the album right here.

Schubertlieder, Brahms Volkslieder, Mahlerlieder

Schubert–Brahms–Mahler: Franui’s magical lieder triangle has now finally been assembled in a box. 
John Cage

Melodies & Harmonies

"Six Melodies" (1950) and "Thirteen Harmonies" (1985): Annelie Gahl (violin), Klaus Lang (Fender Rhodes) and col legno present an excitingly accessible John Cage. 
iris electrum

iris electrum

[...] contains pop music of stunning grandeur, and of moving simplicity. Sincerely recommended! 
Franui & Florian Boesch: ALL WAS WELL AGAIN

Alma: Oeo (Teaser)
iris electrum: of tigers and owls (no future, no past)
CPSS: Bold
Morton Feldman

Crippled Symmetry

Music and carpets? Well, the latter’s slightly irregular patterns certainly inspired Morton Feldman to write his Crippled Symmetry (1983). 
Vinko Globokar


Archaic sounds, songs as psychodramas, plowing through the depths and shallows of the orchestra: experience Globokar’s cosmos of original, intense music. 
York Höller

Meister und Margarita

All hell is loose! York Höller managed to transfer Mikhail Bulgakov’s satire The Master and Margarita to the opera stage. 
Steven Stucky
Listening to Contemporary Music
A timeless keynote about finding a relationship to music of our times. 
col legno