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Clemens Gadenstätter - Portrait
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WWE 1CD 20408
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Clemens Gadenstätter
Portrait

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Fluchten / Agorasonie 1 (1) 05:31 Share
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Fluchten / Agorasonie 1 (2) 08:08 Share
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Fluchten / Agorasonie 1 (3) 07:53 Share
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auf takt (1) 06:35 Share
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auf takt (2) 11:43 Share
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auf takt (3) 02:28 Share
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auf takt (4) 00:56 Share
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auf takt (5) 05:31 Share
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auf takt (6) 05:25 Share
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ballade 1 (1) 05:03 Share
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ballade 1 (2) 08:07 Share
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ballade 1 (3) 07:19 Share
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ballade 1 (4) 04:06 Share
Total Time 01:18:45
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01 Fluchten / Agorasonie 1 (1) 05:31
02 Fluchten / Agorasonie 1 (2) 08:08
03 Fluchten / Agorasonie 1 (3) 07:53
04 auf takt (1) 06:35
05 auf takt (2) 11:43
06 auf takt (3) 02:28
07 auf takt (4) 00:56
08 auf takt (5) 05:31
09 auf takt (6) 05:25
10 ballade 1 (1) 05:03
11 ballade 1 (2) 08:07
12 ballade 1 (3) 07:19
13 ballade 1 (4) 04:06
Total Time 01:18:45
Digital Booklet - only with album
"and then fiery red sun."

The works of Clemens Gadenstätter are a wonderful example to evidence how an analytical approach to the phenomenon of hearing may result in music that sincerely moves its listeners. This production, entitled “Portrait,” represents a kind of screen capture of Gadenstätter’s oeuvre.

Portraits are sometimes given away as presents in order to convey something of the essence of whom or which they portray. Clemens Gadenstätter’s music is perfectly suited as such a gift.
Credits

Johanna Gröbner, Veronika Trisko, piano (1–3)
Josef Gumpinger, Gerhard Windbacher, percussion (1–3)
Anna Maria Pammer, voice (10–13)
Florian Müller, piano (10–13)
Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra (1–9)
Pascal Rophè (1–3), Arturo Tamayo (4–9), conductors

All music composed by Clemens Gadenstätter.
Lyrics on ballade 1 (10–13) by Lisa Spalt.

1CD

Instrumental

Contemporary

ORF Radio Symphonieorchester Wien

PRIME colors Edition

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