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Hermann Nitsch - Musik Zur 38. Malaktion album

Hermann Nitsch - Musik Zur 38. Malaktion album
  • Performer Hermann Nitsch
  • Title Musik Zur 38. Malaktion
  • Date of release 1998
  • Style Modern Classical, Experimental
  • Other formats XM VOC WMA ASF MP1 AUD MMF
  • Genre Electronic
  • Size MP3 1893 mb
  • Size FLAC 1264 mb
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 967

The music that Hermann Nitsch composed himself was becoming increasingly prominent in his performances. In 1972 he participated in Documenta V, Kassel, and staged 'Aktions' at the Mercer Center and Everson Museum of Art. In 1984, Hermann Nitsch staged a performance that lasted three days and three nights at Prinzendorf. In 1988 he married Rita Leitenbor. In the mid-90s he co-directed and designed the set for the opera Herodiade by Jules Massenet at the Vienna State Opera.

38. Malaktion, Schömerhaus Klosterneuburg. 38th Painting Action, Schömerhaus Klosterneuburg.

Listen to music from Hermann Nitsch like 02 Slaughter And Disembowelment Of A Bull, Harmoniumwerk Volume 1 & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Hermann Nitsch. Nitsch received training in painting during the time he studied at the Wiener Graphische Lehr-und Versuchanstalt. He is called an "actionist" or a performance artist. He is associated with the Vienna Actionists, and like them conceived his art outside traditional categories of genre.

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64th Malaktion, Hermann Nitsch, 2012. hermann nitsch 64th Malaktion.

Tracklist

A Musik Zur 38. Malaktion Für Sieben Bläser Und Orgel, Part One
B Musik Zur 38. Malaktion Für Sieben Bläser Und Orgel, Part Two

Credits

  • Cover – Hermann Nitsch, Iris Kurat
  • Edited By, Remastered By – Christoph Amann
  • Organ, Conductor – Karlheinz Essl
  • Photography By [Original] – Heinz Cibulka
  • Saxophone – David Ender, Jack Hauser, Sascha Otto
  • Trombone – Peter Kreuz, Renate Slepicka
  • Trumpet – Eva-Marie Schlander, Leonard Leeb

Notes

Lim. numb. ed. 150 copies, handmade cover + original photo, paper tissues on front, sticking-plaster on back, black logostamp inside, 4 additional DIN-A4 inserts inside.