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Marino Formenti
Notturni
1
Brian Ferneyhough: Lemma-Icon-Epigram 11:30
2
George Benjamin: Shadowlines, 6 Kanonische Präludien 16:03
3
Friedrich Cerha: Für Marino (gestörte Meditation) 12:26
4
Friedrich Cerha: Slowakische Erinnerungen aus der Kindheit, Nr. 5 01:51
5
Karlheinz Stockhausen: Klavierstück V 06:07
6
Friedrich Cerha: Slowakische Erinnerungen aus der Kindheit, Nr. 9 01:18
7
John Cage: One 09:54
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Friedrich Cerha: Slowakische Erinnerungen aus der Kindheit, Nr. 20 01:37
9
Karlheinz Stockhausen: 3. Stunde – Natürliche Dauern Nr. 5, aus: Klang – die 24 Stunden des Tages 06:29
Total Time 01:07:15
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01 Brian Ferneyhough: Lemma-Icon-Epigram 11:30
04 Friedrich Cerha: Slowakische Erinnerungen aus der Kindheit, Nr. 5 01:51
05 Karlheinz Stockhausen: Klavierstück V 06:07
06 Friedrich Cerha: Slowakische Erinnerungen aus der Kindheit, Nr. 9 01:18
07 John Cage: One 09:54
08 Friedrich Cerha: Slowakische Erinnerungen aus der Kindheit, Nr. 20 01:37
09 Karlheinz Stockhausen: 3. Stunde – Natürliche Dauern Nr. 5, aus: Klang – die 24 Stunden des Tages 06:29
In the fall of 2011 the pianist Marino Formenti performed four one-hour solo concerts hosted by the WIEN MODERN festival. The so-called “Notturni” series was centered around the piano oeuvre of Friedrich Cerha. To celebrate the occasion Cerha wrote his first piece for solo piano in twenty years and dedicated it to Formenti. The pianist extraordinaire’s main objective in these performances was to contemplate the music jointly with his audience, to analyze and reanalyze the sounds of the individual concerts. The “Notturni” took place late at night, after the main concerts of the evening; accordingly, Formenti chose to call them “rendezvous.” These rendezvous’ were performed in the course of four evenings, on three different pianos and in two different halls. So, accept our invitation for a rendezvous, and have the pleasure of joining Marino Formenti on his journey through the fascinating worlds of sound of today’s piano music.

Recorded live at Wiener Konzerthaus.

www.wienmodern.at
With a text and illustrations by Rodrigo Garcia
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