Magnús Blöndal Jóhannsson - Elektrónísk Stúdía mp3 flac download
|Genre:||Electronic / Classical|
|Performer:||Magnús Blöndal Jóhannsson|
|Style:||Twelve-tone, Contemporary, Experimental, Musique Concrète|
|Date of release:||2005|
|MP3 album size:||1423 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1362 mb|
|Digital formats:||MOD DXD AC3 ADX RA DTS XM|
Deezer üzerinden Magnús Blöndal Jóhannsson, Elektrónísk stúdía albümünü dinle. Deezer'daki müzik yayınlarıyla 53 milyondan fazla şarkıyı keşfedebilir, kendi çalma listelerini oluşturabilir ve en sevdiğin şarkıları arkadaşlarınla paylaşabilirsin.
Magnús Blöndal Jóhannsson - Constellation (Samstirni). This is Magnús most successful work. And it's the first electronic music that was made in Iceland. Magnús Blöndal Jóhannsson. Лицензиар: Phonofile (от лица компании "Smekkleysa").
Magnús Bloendal Jóhannsson. Overview . Compositions .
Magnús Blöndal Jóhannsson (8 September 1925 - 1 January 2005) was an Icelandic composer, pianist and conductor. Magnús studied with Franz Mixa and Victor Urbancic at the Reykjavík College of Music (1935–7, 1939–45) and with Bernard Wagenaar and Marion Bauer at the Juilliard School (1947–53).
Elektrónísk stúdía Magnús Blöndal Jóhannsson. Listen on Apple Music. More By Magnús Blöndal Jóhannsson. Fjögur íslensk hljómsveitarverk. Líf og ljóð, Life and lyrics, Leben und lyrik.
Elektrónísk Stúdía" (Electronic Study) for wind quintet and piano, composed 1959. 15 Minigrams" for flute, oboe, clarinet and bassoon, composed 1961. Samstirni" (Constellation), Verk fyrir tal rödd, söng og hljómverksblöndu (Sound on sound), composed 1961. Punktar" (Points) for orchestra and elecronic sounds, composed 1962. Sonorities I" for piano & "Sonorities III" for piano & tape, composed 1968. Fjórar Abstraktsjónir" (Four Abstractions) for piano, composed 1951
Magnús Blöndal Jóhannsson (1925-2005) was a pioneer of electronic avant-garde music in Iceland and composed the first Icelandic music in the twelve-tone style of Schoenberg and Webern. His piece Elektrónísk Stúdía (1959) is also the first electronic music composed in Iceland. Born in Langanes, he moved to Reykjavik at the age of five.
rökkri, an album by Magnús Blöndal Jóhannsson, Árni Heimir Ingólfsson, Ásgerður Júníusdóttir on this site. Langt fyrir utan ystu skóga. Norðurljós: Lieder aus dem Norden - Nordic Songs. More Magnús Blöndal Jóhannsson. Listen to Í rökkri now. He was active as répétiteur and conductor at the Icelandic National Theatre (1956–61), and was a producer at the Icelandic State Broadcasting Service until 1974; he was also a founder member of Musica Nova in 1959.
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Conductor [Stjórnandi] – Páll P. PálssonOrchestra – Sinfóníuhljómsveit Íslands*
Soloist [Einleikari] – Halldór Haraldsson
Soloist [Einleikari] – Gísli Magnússon
- Copyright (c) – Smekkleysa Sm/ehf
- Composed By – Magnús Blöndal Jóhannsson
- Design [Grafisk Hönnun] – Hallvarður Jónsson
- Liner Notes – Bjarki Sveinbjörnsson
- Photography By [Ljósmyndun Fyrir Utan Ljósmynd Af Magnúsi Blöndal] – Daniel Þorkll Magnússon
Notes"Elektrónísk Stúdía" (Electronic Study) for wind quintet and piano, composed 1959.
"15 Minigrams" for flute, oboe, clarinet and bassoon, composed 1961.
"Samstirni" (Constellation), Verk fyrir tal rödd, söng og hljómverksblöndu (Sound on sound), composed 1961.
"Punktar" (Points) for orchestra and elecronic sounds, composed 1962.
"Sonorities I" for piano & "Sonorities III" for piano & tape, composed 1968.
"Fjórar Abstraktsjónir" (Four Abstractions) for piano, composed 1951.
20 page booklet includes liner notes in Icelandic and English.
© & ® 2000 Smekkleysa sm/ehf
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- Barcode: 5 690822 004352
- Matrix / Runout: A0100346264-0101 11
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