Zafraan Ensemble & Titus Engel (Conductor) | Borowski, Holz, Keller: Klangrede

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Borowski, Holz, Keller: Klangrede

by Zafraan Ensemble & Titus Engel (Conductor)

bastille musique presents its fourth release »Borowski, Holz, Keller: Klangrede« including six outstanding SWR studio recordings by the Zafraan Ensemble and Titus Engel (conductor).
Genre: Classical: Contemporary
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1. Eres Holz: Quintett
Zafraan Ensemble & Titus Engel (Conductor)
8:05 album only
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2. Eres Holz: Kataklothes
Zafraan Ensemble & Titus Engel (Conductor)
9:28 album only
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3. Johannes Boris Borowski: Klaviertrio
Zafraan Ensemble & Titus Engel (Conductor)
14:52 album only
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4. Johannes Boris Borowski: Dex
Zafraan Ensemble & Titus Engel (Conductor)
10:44 album only
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5. Stefan Keller: Hammer
Zafraan Ensemble & Titus Engel (Conductor)
10:13 album only
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6. Stefan Keller: Soma Oder Die Lust Am Fallenlassen
Zafraan Ensemble & Titus Engel (Conductor)
16:12 album only

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bastille musique presents its fourth release »Borowski, Holz, Keller: Klangrede« including six outstanding SWR studio recordings by the Zafraan Ensemble and Titus Engel (conductor). Besides the CD containing world premiere recordings of new pieces by Johannes Boris Borowski, Eres Holz and Stefan Keller, the lavish package comprises a 56-page bilingual booklet (EN, DE) and several photo leaflets with picture series of the three composers as well as the performers in concert.

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