Reinterpreting the past Vol. 1

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Radio Schallfeld
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57:53 Min.
Agata Zubel - Aphorisms
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What if children would listen to classical contemporary music and tell what they think about it?
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58:52 Min.
All freedom to the performers – 100 years of women composing new music
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Focus on Pierre Jodlowski
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Recording Reel Revisited
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59:59 Min.
Radio Schallfeld - Klangspuren III
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Happy Birthday Schallfeld!
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59:55 Min.
Radio Schallfeld - Klangspuren II
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59:16 Min.
Klangspuren I
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59:40 Min.
Reinterpreting the Past vol. 3
What happens when an instrumentalist takes a masterpiece from the past and plays it? A performance of course, an interpretation of what the composer wrote centuries ago. What if this same masterpiece was interpreted by a composer instead? In this episode we’ll find out how the German composer Hans Zender picked some well known and beloved compositions from the past and reinterpreted them in a new, contemporary language.
We’ll first hear the original, a song from Schubert’s cycle Winterreise for instance and then we’ll listen to the new interpretation written by Hans Zender. A „composed interpretation“ as he used to call it. Welcome to the first episode of a series of shows dedicated to contemporary composers, who loved to create time bridges, reinterpreting the past. Enjoy!

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