℗ 2015 Winter and Winter
Released May 1, 2015
Duration 53m 11s
Record Label Winter and Winter
Genre Classical
 

Kagel: Chorbuch - Les inventions d'Adolphe Sax

Mauricio Kagel

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Chorbuch  
1.1
No. 7
Mauricio Kagel; Mauricio Kagel
1:47
1.2
No. 10
Mauricio Kagel; Mauricio Kagel
1:49
1.3
No. 13
Mauricio Kagel; Mauricio Kagel
1:02
1.4
No. 14
Mauricio Kagel; Mauricio Kagel
1:18
1.5
No. 15
Mauricio Kagel; Mauricio Kagel
1:44
1.6
No. 17
Mauricio Kagel; Mauricio Kagel
1:54
1.7
No. 19
Mauricio Kagel; Mauricio Kagel
1:43
1.8
No. 21
Mauricio Kagel; Mauricio Kagel
1:13
1.9
No. 24
Mauricio Kagel; Mauricio Kagel
2:20
1.10
No. 28
Mauricio Kagel; Mauricio Kagel
1:20
1.11
No. 31
Mauricio Kagel; Mauricio Kagel
2:15
1.12
No. 32
Mauricio Kagel; Mauricio Kagel
1:05
1.13
No. 38
Mauricio Kagel; Mauricio Kagel
2:06
1.14
No. 39
Mauricio Kagel; Mauricio Kagel
2:05
1.15
No. 40
Mauricio Kagel; Mauricio Kagel
2:01
1.16
No. 41
Mauricio Kagel; Mauricio Kagel
3:15
1.17
Les inventions d'Adolphe Sax
Mauricio Kagel; Mauricio Kagel
24:14
This album is the last production involving Mauricio Kagel, recorded less than a year before his death in 2008. One of the most significant artists of our time, Kagel set new standards not just with outstanding compositions, but also with his wonderful music for film. The release is also of particular importance to Leo Samama, the director of the Nederlands Kammerkoor, who says it was indispensable to invite Kagel to the orchestra and commission a composition from him, Les Inventions d’Adolphe Sax, performed here by the Nederlands Kammerkoor with the Raschèr Saxophone Quartet. For quite some time, Kagel had also wanted to conduct the Nederlands Kammerkoor on a recording of parts of Chorbuch. Both works were recorded in Amsterdam in December 2007: on the final day, Kagel decided to sing a part of Chorbuch himself.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Winter and Winter Studio Masters
Track title
Peak
(dB FS)
RMS
(dB FS)
LUFS
(integrated)
DR
Album average
Range of values
-2.50
-14.12 to -0.20
-25.14
-35.56 to -17.68
-20.13
-32.10 to -12.30
13
10 to 18
1
No. 7
-0.20-23.35-18.513
2
No. 10
-3.24-34.57-30.718
3
No. 13
-0.85-23.88-19.114
4
No. 14
-14.12-35.56-32.112
5
No. 15
-4.53-28.45-23.713
6
No. 17
-12.15-34.79-30.313
7
No. 19
-0.20-19.44-14.611
8
No. 21
-0.20-19.32-14.912
9
No. 24
-0.42-25.61-19.014
10
No. 28
-0.20-17.68-12.310
11
No. 31
-0.94-25.99-20.814
12
No. 32
-0.20-17.86-12.910
13
No. 38
-1.88-25.62-20.112
14
No. 39
-0.20-24.69-18.013
15
No. 40
-2.84-24.62-19.511
16
No. 41
-0.20-24.35-18.514
17
Les inventions d'Adolphe Sax
-0.20-21.61-17.213

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