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Atmosphères (Orchestra) (Study Score)
Atmospheres (Ligeti). (Musical score) 
Music of the Twentieth-Century Avant-Garde: That button disappears as soon as someone replies. The piece opens with a “fully chromatic cluster covering more than five octavesheld by strings and soft woodwinds “, out of which various groups of instruments drop out successively, followed by various “strands of sonic fabric” reenter the atmospherws, first white notes then black notes along with shifts in timbre and duration of notes which drive the piece forward.
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But the imitative entrances are so close to one another that it is impossible to perceive them separately, with apparent immobility as the result. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. Harald Kaufmann has described it as “acoustically standing still”, a stationary sound which has movement within it that is similar to breathing.
One can easily learn about copyright laws that are applicable in the nation of one’s residence as well as elsewhere. In extreme contrast with Artikulationthe music has no voice, and its immense presences imply, perhaps as in the contemporary paintings of Mark Rothko, an overwhelming absence. Preview this item Preview this item. It gained further exposure after being used in Stanley Kubrick’s film Search WorldCat Find items in libraries near you.
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According to program notes published by the San Francisco Symphony OrchestraLigeti was not pleased that his music occurred in a film soundtrack shared by composers Johann and Richard Strauss. Oh, and I don’t have any knowledges at all about copyright and such.
I don’t know if it’s the complete score or not, though, you’ll have to check by yourself. Sign up for our newsletter! The link was there for anyone to see and still it is, I suppose. Gigantic clusters of chords hover in a stasis that negates familiar signposts of harmony and pulse.
Stanley Kubrick chose this piece and others by Ligeti for the scenes in deep space and those scire the monolith in his film Keep us on point!
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Click here to subscribe. I just get the audio MP3 file, but the piece is too much complicated as to try to write it “on-the-fly”.
Atmospheres … (Ligeti).
Would you also like to submit a review for this item? Larry Sitsky has written that in Ligeti’s music “the density of the successive structures is such that the conventional parameters through which musical form melody, rhythm, harmony is traditionally atmmospheres appear to have been evacuated.
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Instead the listener is confronted with a slow-motion succession of textures, one oozing into the other, where the instrumental sonority seems to have more in common with the dissolves and hums of electronic music than that of a normal symphony orchestra.