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Neue Musik aus China und Japan
Heide Bertram, soprano; Anna Bragina, guitar; Léonie Garmond, cello; Vanessa Hövelmann, clarinet; Deborah Rawlings, piano; Gereon Voß, percussion; Won-Ho Kim, violin; Nino Saakadze, herpsichord


amb 96923
EAN 4011392969239

Shih (*1950) Ein Takt für Klarinette und Klavier (One bar for Clarinet and piano)
Xiaoyong Chen (1955) Static and Rotation
Jo Kondo (*1947) In Early Spring
Toru Takemitsu (1930-1996) Orion
Toshio Hosokawa (*1955) Memory
Tan Dun (1957) Silk road / I
Toshio Hosokawa (1955) Reminiscence
Toru Takemitsu (1930-1996) Rain Dreaming

The cooperation of the Musikhochschule of the Westfalian Wilhelms University with the Museum für Lackkunst in Münster and the label ambitus had the objective that various regions of the world would be introduced musically, thus yielding insights into their cultural identity.
The China-Japan project emphasises manifold linkages and connections that have developed between the traditional music of Asia and Europe since the end of the 19th century. The debt owed by the European and American Modernism, and even jazz, in terms of inspiration and stimulus to the art of the East, is an open secret.
Furthermore, it was the Modernist streams that have contributed to the fact that, in the established traditions of the music of the East, a new generation of Chinese and Japanese composers has emerged.