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Louis Andriessen - Mausoleum / Hoketus album flac Performer: Louis Andriessen
Title: Mausoleum / Hoketus
Style: Contemporary
Released: 1992
MP3 album: 1715 mb
FLAC album: 1878 mb
Rating: 4.1
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Genre: Classical

Louis Andriessen is the recipient of numerous awards, including the Selected Work at the UNESCO International Rostrum of Composers in Paris (1977) and the Matthijs Vermeulen Prize twice (1977, 1992). He has founded two new music ensembles in 1972, the wind ensemble Orkest de Volharding (which still performs today), and in 1976, the amplified ensemble Hoketus (which disbanded in 1987). His book (written with Elmer Schönberger) is Het Apollinisch Uurwerk (The Apollonian Clockwork, translated by Jeff Hamburg), a study of Igor Stravinsky (1982)

Louis Andriessen: Mausoleum; Hoketus. Stichting Popmuziek, Nederland. Louis Andriessen: Mausoleum; Hoketus.

Songs from Mausoleum, Hoketus by Asko Ensemble, Charles van Tassel. Free download and listen Mausoleum, Hoketus.

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Artist: Louis Andriessen, Ensemble Hoketus. Album: Mausoleum, Hoketus. Download Ensemble Hoketus, Louis Andriessen - Hoketus. Mausoleum, Hoketus: Best 1 songs. Asko Ensemble, Charles van Tassel, David Barick, Louis Andriessen, Reinbert de Leeuw, Schönberg Ensemble - Mausoleum 34:07. Ensemble Hoketus, Louis Andriessen: best 2 tracks. Louis Andriessen - Scene 4 Writing to Vermeer, 2006 18:14.

Album · 2013 · 2 Songs. Schönberg Ensemble, David Barick, Asko Ensemble, Charles van Tassel & Reinbert de Leeuw.

by Schönberg Ensemble, Asko Ensemble, Ensemble Hoketus - 2 Tracks - 57:31. Release date 01/01/2013. Schönberg Ensemble, David Barick, Asko Ensemble, Charles van Tassel, Louis Andriessen, Reinbert de Leeuw. Ensemble Hoketus, Louis Andriessen. 2014 Composers Voice.

Hoketus (1975-1977) - L. ANDRIESSEN.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Mausoleum
Baritone Vocals – Charles van Tassel, David BarickBass Guitar – Patricio WangCello – Hans Woudenberg, Marjolijn Meijer*, Pascale Went, Taco KooistraCimbalom – Michiel WeidnerConductor – Reinbert de LeeuwDouble Bass – Peter Luit, Pieter SmithuijsenEnsemble – Asko Ensemble, Schönberg EnsembleHarp – Ernestine Stoop, Mapje KeereweerHorn – Christiaan Boers, Frank Brouns, Hans Dullaert, Jan Harshagen, Peter Hoekmeijer, Theo Hoekstra, Truus Litjens, Wim TimmermansPercussion – Peppie Wiersma, Renee JonkerPiano – Marja Bon, Niek de VenteRecorded By – Adriaan VerstijnenTrombone – Ben van Dijk, Edwin Kruunenberg, Peter van Klink, Toon van UlsenTrumpet – Ad Welleman, Hendrik Jan Lindhout, Reyer Dorresteijn*Viola – Henk Guittart, Rena Scholtens, Susanne van Els, Wim de Jong
34:00
2 Hoketus
Alto Saxophone – Jan Willem van der HamBass Guitar – Huib Emmer, Jeanette YanikianElectric Piano [Fender] – Gene Carl, Jaap DercksenEnsemble – Ensemble Hoketus*Panpipes – Patricio Wang, Ricardo MendevillePercussion – Hans van der Meer, Paul KoekPiano – Cees van Zeeland, Gerard BouwhuisTenor Saxophone – Peter van Bergen
23:24

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Muziekcentrum Vredenburg, Utrecht
  • Recorded At – SPN Studios

Credits

  • Composed By – Louis Andriessen
  • Liner Notes – Elmer Schönberger
  • Liner Notes [Translated By] – John Lydon
  • Photography By – André Thijssen, Jaap Pieper

Notes

Mausoleum (1979, rev. 1981)
for 2 high baritones and orchestra
Live recording, Utrecht, Vredenburg, November 29th, 1990

Hoketus (1875-1977)
for two groups of five instrumentalists
Studio recording, Stichting Popmuziek Nederland

Hoketus previously issued on Donemus LP CVS 1986/2

16-page booklet with liner notes in Dutch and English