Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Louis Andriessen: De Stijl; Trepidus; Dances – Louis Andriessen on AllMusic – – The. The elements of De Staat’s ensemble demonstrate what Andriessen is The third, De Stijl (Style), is a boogie-woogie tone-poem inspired by. Pre-proceeding. In the movement “De Stijl” from his oratorio De Materie, Louis Andriessen adapts Piet Mondrian’s Composition with Red, Yellow and Blue .
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Romantic Evening Sex All Themes. The piano piece Trepidus, played here by Gerard Bouwhuiscomes off well, but the piece is frankly not one of Andriessen ‘s most inspired ideas, consisting of two outer sections made up of static, dissonant chords and a faster middle section. However, the moment the musical material is ordered it becomes culture and hence a social entity.
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Louis Andriessen’s “De Stijl” and Rendering Mondrian Musical
Even as such, it utilizes features that are readily associated with Andriessenfor example boogie-woogie bass lines, chattering saxophones in the manner of Stravinsky ‘s Ebony Concerto, and highly rhythmic and prominent percussion. One answer can be found by listening to this, an excerpt from year-old Dutch composer Louis Andriessen’s De Staat.
De Stijl — Trepidus — Dances is dee no-nonsense packaging of three Andriessen works that made their bow between and In Andriessen’s own words: On one hand, De Materie is an unclassifiable hybrid of theatre, narration, singing, instrumental music and philosophical reflection. All our journalism is independent and is in no way influenced by any advertiser or commercial initiative. I deplore the fact that Plato was wrong.
Dances is as appealing and easily accessible a work as one is likely to find among Andriessen ‘s corpus; it is easily the highlight of this collection stijll this is its only recording thus far. How does one connect with, and even change, the other? That includes string instruments: By clicking on an affiliate link, you accept that Skimlinks cookies will be set.
In an inevitably reductive nutshell, Andriessen’s music is the sound of the most fruitful of collisions between political radicalism, minimalist pulsation and European modernism; at its most profound, it’s much more than that. It’s best heard together, but Andriessen — and I! If only it were true that musical innovation could change the laws of the state!
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They were scarcely listened to, so set up their own groups that would be more flexible and radical and genuinely reflect new musical thinking. Release Date September 26, Don’t bet against it, Andriesen maybe Plato was right after all ….
Louis Andriessen – De Stijl (De Materie part III)
That group was founded as a reproach to the existing behemoths of Dutch classical musical life, which Andriessen and his friends and fellow provocateurs, including conductor Reinbert de Leeuw and pianist Misha Mengelbergfought against in the s and 70s. The second, a nun’s vision of her union with Jesus, is a magnificently sensual scena for solo female singer and ensemble called Hadewijch.
Ditto the fiery moto perpetuo the whole ensemble creates in unison in the middle of the piece, or the waves of strange repeated chords that pass through the music near the end — a weirdly disturbing noise that’s both static yet full of energy? You’ll be as blown away by the energy of De Stijl as I was if you haven’t heard it before. Threads collapsed expanded unthreaded. The third, De Stijl Styleis a boogie-woogie tone-poem inspired by Piet Mondrian’s work, and the final panel is a mesmerising meditation on death, relating musically to a work by Andriessen’s father, the composer Henrik.
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Show 25 25 50 All. It’s worth saying, however, that — at least until the cuts that are now blighting Dutch musical culture — Andriessen, De Leeuw and the others have now become the de facto music establishment in Holland, thanks to the success of the institutions they set up and the miraculous energy and diversity of the new scene they andrieessen with their radical ripostes to the system decades ago. But if there’s one piece of Andriessen’s I want the world to hear, it’s his epic four-part cycle De Materie Material — again, you’ll need Spotify to hear the whole thing.