Herbert Henck Piano Music

Herbert Henck: Piano Music (2001)  Music

Posted by peachfuzz at Sept. 26, 2010
Herbert Henck: Piano Music (2001)

Herbert Henck - Piano Music (2001)
Classical | EAC (APE - CUE - LOG) | No Covers | 286 MB

Liner Notes
Viewed collectively, Herbert Henck's recordings for ECM add up to a portrait gallery of some of the most fiercely independent spirits in 20th century music. In this series of recordings, Henck has illuminated composers whose work is outside all the "schools". After Mompou, Mosolov, Barraqué, and Hans Otte, the resourceful German pianist now turns his attention to two maverick Americans - George Antheil and Conlon Nancarrow.

Karlheinz Stockhausen: Klavierstucke I-XI (Herbert Henck, piano)  Music

Posted by peachfuzz at July 1, 2009
Karlheinz Stockhausen: Klavierstucke I-XI (Herbert Henck, piano)

Karlheinz Stockhausen - Klavierstucke I-XI (Herbert Henck, piano) (1987)
Classical | EAC (APE, CUE & LOG) | 216 MB

It's been said by Stockhausen that Klavierstücke were his "drawings". In the short span of ten years between the ages of 24 and 33, Stockhausen was stimulated by such eclectic subject matters as “electronic music”, “pointillistic music”, “spatial music”, “group form”, “chance”, “silence”, “noise”, “notation”, “statistical composition”, “musical processes”. These were Stockhausen’s pioneer years, wherein many of these elements were meticulously applied to his music which brought him world-wide recognition. The first cycle of the Klavierstücke, numbers I-IV, are ascetic miniatures written in Paris in 1952-3 when Stockhausen was studying with Messiaen. During this time he was evolving from “point” music to “groups” – or gruppen. “VI” exploits factors largely outside the control of composer or musician, its overall structure governed by the natural periods of sound decay and reverberation. “XI” displays Stockhausen’s first thorough-going application of aleatory principles, the score comprising irregularly distributed groups of notes which the pianist plays randomly within certain parameters: the pianist decides what order to play the groups in, but the score contains instructions in each group which affect the way that the next, whatever it might be, is realized.

Herbert Henck - Federico Mompou: Musica Callada (1995)  Music

Posted by SuniR at Aug. 19, 2016
Herbert Henck - Federico Mompou: Musica Callada (1995)

Herbert Henck - Federico Mompou: Musica Callada (1995)
EAC | FLAC (log,tracks+cue) -> 160 Mb (5% Rec.) | Scans included
Classical, Piano | Label: ECM Records / ECM New Series, ECM 1523 / 445 899-2 | 1995 | 01:05:33

Federico Mompou (1893-1987) lived a long life filled with a quiet love for music. Although much has been said of his three decades spent in Paris, during which time he crossed paths with the likes of Debussy and Satie, it was in solitude that his crowning relic would be fashioned, already in a state of alluring dilapidation, and ultimately far from any of the geographic reference points that dotted his travels. Música Callada came into existence between 1959 and 1967, and represents one of the Catalan composer’s last major works.

Alexandr Mosolov - Herbert Henck (1996) {ECM 1569} [Re-Up]  Music

Posted by tiburon at Jan. 26, 2016
Alexandr Mosolov - Herbert Henck (1996) {ECM 1569} [Re-Up]

Alexandr Mosolov - Herbert Henck (1996) {ECM 1569}
EAC 0.99pb4 | FLAC tracks level 8 | Cue+Log+M3U | Full Scans 300dpi | 156MB + 5% Recovery
Genre: Classical

Alexander Mosolov (1900-1973), too, uses his own distinctive scheme of tonal organisation, different from Roslavets, and different from the Vienna School as well. His sonatas are technically very complex and difficult, and symphonically oriented, exploiting the full resources of the modern instrument. Herbert Henck puts this difficult material across in a beautiful, spirited performance and finds a lot of lyricism behind an often forbidding surface. The recording and production are up to the highest possible standards, as with all of ECM's releases, which are unsurpassed.

Alexandr Mosolov - Herbert Henck (1996) {ECM 1569} [Repost]  Music

Posted by tiburon at Sept. 17, 2012
Alexandr Mosolov - Herbert Henck (1996) {ECM 1569} [Repost]

Alexandr Mosolov - Herbert Henck (1996) {ECM 1569}
EAC 0.99pb4 | FLAC tracks level 8 | Cue+Log+M3U | Full Scans 300dpi | 156MB + 5% Recovery
Genre: Classical

Alexander Mosolov (1900-1973), too, uses his own distinctive scheme of tonal organisation, different from Roslavets, and different from the Vienna School as well. His sonatas are technically very complex and difficult, and symphonically oriented, exploiting the full resources of the modern instrument. Herbert Henck puts this difficult material across in a beautiful, spirited performance and finds a lot of lyricism behind an often forbidding surface. The recording and production are up to the highest possible standards, as with all of ECM's releases, which are unsurpassed.

Alexandr Mosolov / Herbert Henck (1996)  Music

Posted by peachfuzz at Dec. 21, 2008
Alexandr Mosolov / Herbert Henck (1996)

Alexandr Mosolov / Herbert Henck (1996)
Classical | EAC (APE & CUE) | 137 MB

Most of Alexander Mosolov's music is filled with raging passion and dark colors, sadness, despair, longing, resignation, no resolution, and no triumph. Mosolov's reputation in the West rested, until quite recently, on a handful of orchestral works, in particular the 1928 Zavod (in English, The Iron Foundry) which Stokowski championed and Toscanini introduced to New York audiences, and whose hammering rhythms cast the composer as the "machine music" man, the very embodiment of Russian Constructivism. The characterization worked against Mosolov in his own, troubled, lifetime and has continued to obscure the diversity of his music.

Herbert Henck: John Cage - Early Piano Music (2005)  Music

Posted by Designol at June 16, 2017
Herbert Henck: John Cage - Early Piano Music (2005)

Herbert Henck: John Cage - Early Piano Music (2005)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 188 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 184 Mb | Scans included | 01:09:20
Contemporary Classical, Minimalism | Label: ECM | # ECM New Series 1844, 476 1515

John Cage: Early Piano Music comes from Herbert Henck, an experienced hand with the work of Cage, having previously recorded Music for Piano, Music of Changes, and Sonatas and Interludes in addition to a mighty swath of first-tier twentieth-century literature for piano for various labels, most notably Wergo and ECM New Series. These are early works for standard, not prepared, piano, and some of these pieces will be as familiar to dyed-in-the-wool Cageans as "Happy Birthday." This puts the pressure on Henck to excel, and he does so spectacularly well here. The disc includes the two sets entitled Two Pieces for Piano, the piano version of The Seasons, Metamorphosis, In a Landscape, Ophelia, and the fragmentary Quest. The pieces date from 1935 to 1948, the same range covered by pianist Jeanne Kirstein in her pioneering 1967 survey of Cage's piano music for CBS Masterworks.

Charles Ives - Sonate Für Klavier Nr. 1 - Herbert Henck (1984)  Music

Posted by basa005 at Nov. 17, 2010
Charles Ives - Sonate Für Klavier Nr. 1 - Herbert Henck (1984)

Charles Ives - Sonate Für Klavier Nr. 1 - Herbert Henck (1984)
EAC RIP | APE + CUE + LOG | COVER + BOOK | RAR FILES (3% recovery) | 113 Mb
Classical | WERGO WER 601101-50

Ian Hobson - Loder: Piano Music (2017)  Music

Posted by SERTiL at Sept. 20, 2017
Ian Hobson - Loder: Piano Music (2017)

Ian Hobson - Loder: Piano Music
Classical, Piano | WEB FLAC (tracks) & d. booklet | 70:35 min | 297 MB
Label: Toccata Classics | Tracks: 29 | Rls.date: 2017

Kate Loder (1825–1904) was a child-prodigy pianist from a family of musicians in Bath, in south-west England.
Tamara-Anna Cislowska - The Ghost Ship : Virtuoso and Romantic Piano Music  (2008)

Tamara-Anna Cislowska - The Ghost Ship : Virtuoso and Romantic Piano Music (2008)
EAC Rip | FLAC (tracks+log+.cue) | 02:10:29 | 369 Mb
Classical, Piano | Label: ABC Classics

Tamara Anna Cislowska is one of the best known and awarded Australian pianists of her generation. She has performed as a soloist across five continents and is renowned for her wide-ranging repertoire and exciting performances. In addition to spanning 300 years of music from Scarlatti to Sculthorpe, Tamara thrills audiences with her own transcriptions and arrangements of popular melodies. This release consists of a collection of dramatic, ghostly and macabre 19th century solo piano works.