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George Antheil, La femme • Eric Satie, Sports et div.
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George Antheil, La femme • Eric Satie, Sports et div.

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Choral inappétissant (Grave) 01:09 Share
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La Balancoire (Lent) 00:56 Share
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La Chasse (Vif) 00:19 Share
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La Comédie italienne (A la apolitaine) 00:35 Share
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Le Réveil de la Mariée (Vif, sans trop) 00:29 Share
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Colin-Maillard (Petitement) 00:40 Share
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La Peche (Calme) 00:48 Share
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Le Yachting (Modéré) 00:50 Share
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Le Bain de mer (Mouvementé) 00:34 Share
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Le Carnaval (Léger) 00:28 Share
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Le Golf (Exalté) 00:27 Share
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La Pieuvre (Assez vif) 00:22 Share
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Les Courses (Un peu vif) 00:19 Share
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Les Quatre-coins (Joie moderée) 01:13 Share
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Le Pique-nique (Dansant) 00:25 Share
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Le Water-chute (Gracieusement) 00:41 Share
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Le Tango (Modéré & très ennuyé) 01:49 Share
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Le Traineau (Courez) 00:26 Share
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Le Flirt (Agité) 00:36 Share
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Le Feu d´Artifice (Rapide) 00:24 Share
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Le Tennis (Avec cérémonie) 00:35 Share
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Thoughtfully (Not too slow) 01:22 Share
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Thoughtfully (Not too slow) 00:57 Share
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Faintly energetic 00:54 Share
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Floating 00:30 Share
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Furioso 00:19 Share
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Floating 00:50 Share
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Sad 00:56 Share
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Electrical (Spiccato) 00:38 Share
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Sad 01:26 Share
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Slightly brutal Tempo 00:20 Share
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Brawdy Ferocious Tempo 00:17 Share
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Brilliant Clean (Fast) 00:38 Share
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Nostalgic (Twisted slowly) 01:34 Share
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Brilliant (Fast, tricky) 00:25 Share
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Slowly 01:50 Share
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Lights flashing 00:24 Share
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Brilliant 00:45 Share
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Banged (An even Forte troughout) 00:47 Share
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Fast (An even Piano throughout) 00:22 Share
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Faster 00:13 Share
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Slower 00:29 Share
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Faster (An even Fortissimo throughout) 00:37 Share
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Well articulated 00:46 Share
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Slowly 01:24 Share
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Minuet? 00:30 Share
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Onward Christian Soldiers 00:42 Share
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Dreaming thoughtfully 01:40 Share
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Knocked and brilliant 00:32 Share
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Nostalgic (Slowly) 01:28 Share
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Brilliant 00:30 Share
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Not too slow fairly good tempo 00:36 Share
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Sad 02:18 Share
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Mystic Temple 01:42 Share
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Brilliant 00:20 Share
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Furioso 00:15 Share
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Glittering (Fast) 00:56 Share
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Subtle (Tender) 00:58 Share
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Broad 01:37 Share
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Brilliant and naked 00:29 Share
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Nostalgic 01:22 Share
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Brilliant 00:27 Share
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Brilliant (Not too fast) 01:16 Share
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A Machine 00:24 Share
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Cruel (Quick) 00:27 Share
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Percussion Dance 01:14 Share
Total Time 52:31
Digital Booklet - only with album
Now, which are the points of contact between these two composing gentlemen? "In both composers, a childlike quality shows in their indifference (or impartiality) towards the utilizable musical material: 'sophisticated' and 'lesser' styles, ragtime and music hall, neo-gothic and bitonality, typing machine and doorbell, jocular or praising quotes – everything is linked with everything, without any previous weighing and selection, without preconditions, following a kind of anarchic play instinct. [...] The common fundamental principle in their compositional work is the modular succession of separate elements, the order of which appears arbitrary, aimless. There is always the possibility of continuing in a different way –'anything goes'." (Harry Vogt & Reinhard Peters) Even though Satie's cycle Sports et divertissements was inspired by twenty drawings by the caricaturist Charles Martin, and Antheil's La femme 100 têtes by Max Ernst's collage novel of the same title: but when it came to achieving their objects each composer took the line of greatest rebelliousness in his own special way, sometimes circuitously, sometimes directly. And Benedikt Koehlen knows how to awaken this very quality in the music in his own incomparable way.

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