Collective

Rühm, Gerhard / Roth, Dieter and others

Audio (120 work / s)

 

Code FXCM0541/7   Audio Collective / Announcement Collective

Selten Gehörte Musik

1973-2015

1. 3. Berliner Dichterworkshop 12. / 13.7.73, 1973
    with Dieter Roth, Gerhard Rühm, Oswald Wiener
a. Advertising Poster
    Published by Editon Hansjörg Mayer, Stuttgart, London, Reikiavik
    Designed by D. Roth
    Colored offset, 42 x 59 cm.
    Reprint of the original concert-poster by Günter Brus

b. 12'' vinyl record
    Published by Editon Hansjörg Mayer, Stuttgart, London, Reikiavik, 1973
    Audio program notes:
    - Side A, length: 21'10"
    - Side B, length: 21'34"
    Recorded in the apartment of Rudolf Prinz zu Lippeat,
     Meinekestr.6, Berlin.

  
2. Novembersymphonie (Doppelsymphonie)
    2. Berliner Musik-Workshop 15. - 26. Nov. 1973
, 1974
    with Dieter Roth, Gerhard Rühm, Oswald Wiener
    Published by Editon Hansjörg Mayer, Stuttgart, London, Reikiavik, 1974
    Two 12'' vinyl records
    
    Audio program notes:
    Symphonie 1
    - Attaca
    - Corona (Konrad Bayer Gewidmet)
    - Ohne Tempo
    - Subito (77 Bagatellen) Den Ausländern Gewidmet
    Length: 19'52"
    Symphonie 1A
    Length: 23'10"
    Symphonie 1A is a recording of Roth, Rühm & Wiener listening
    and commenting the recordings of Symphonie 1.

    
3. Münchner Konzert Mai 1974, 2015
    with Günter Brus, Hermann Nitsch, Dieter Roth,
    Gerhard Rühm, Oswald Wiener
    Re-published by Tochnit Aleph, Berlin, 2015
    Cardboard folder containing:

a. Advertising Poster
    Designed by D. Roth
    B/w offset on white paper, 89 x 50 cm.

b. Two Audio CDs
    Audio program notes:
    CD 1
    - Track 1, length: 19'41"
    - Track 2, length: 20'06"
    - Track 3, length: 20'15"
    CD 2
    - Track 4, length: 19'31"
    - Track 5, length: 19'54"
    - Track 6, length: 17'02"
LP sleeve reproducing the 1975's original

4. Streichquartett 558171 (Romenthalquartett), 1976
    with Günter Brus, Hermann Nitsch, Dieter Roth, Gerhard Rühm
    Published by Editon Hansjörg Mayer, Stuttgart, London, Reikiavik, 1976
    Three 12'' vinyl records
    
   Audio program notes:
   Streichquartett 558171 (Romenthalquartett)
   Recorded at Villa Romenthal, Diessen, Ammersee,
   November 11-12, 1975

    Side 1
    - Satz
    Side 2
    - Satz
    - Scherzo
    Side 3
    - Trauermarsch
    - Sockel Napoleons
    - Zwischenrede
    Side 4
    - Zwischenrede
    - Adagio Mit Höllenfahrt (Oder Die Wut Über
       Den Verlorenen Wiener)
    Side 5
    - Adagio Mit Höllenfahrt (Oder Die Wut Über
       Den Verlorenen Wiener)
    - Programmusik (Elfenreigen)
    - Zwischenruine
    Side 6
    - Zwischenruine
    - Schluss
  Plattenfüller
  Recorded in Stuttgart, November 1975.
    - Plattenfüller (Musikattrappe) - Klavier Zu 4 Händen

5. Das Berliner Konzert, 1977
    with Attersee, Günter Brus, Hermann Nitsch, Arnulf Rainer,
    Dieter Roth, Gerhard Rühm, Dominik Steiger, Oswald Wiener
    Published by Pari e Dispari, Reggio Emilia, Studio Morra, Napoli,
    Edition Hansjörg Mayer, Stuttgart, London, Reikiavik, 1977
    Three 12'' vinyl records

    Audio program notes:
    - Side 1, length: 22'45"
    - Side 2, length: 22'50"
    - Side 3, length: 23'20"
    - Side 4, length: 19'30"
    - Side 5, length: 18'40"
    - Side 6, length: 26'00"
    Recorded at Kirche Zum Heiligen Kreuz, Berlin, November 1974

6. Tote Rennen Lieder, 1977
    Idea, text, music, vocals, piano, fluegelhorn, percussion,
    recording and cover design by Oswald Wiener and Dieter Roth
    Published by Editon Hansjörg Mayer, Stuttgart, London, Reikiavik
    12'' vinyl record
    Audio program notes:
    - Side A, length: 21'41"
    - Side B, length: 10'11"
    Recorded at Mosfellssveit, Iceland, May 28 - 30, 1976

7. Abschöpfsymphonie, 1979
    with B. Roth, D. Roth, Renner, Hossmann, Cibulka, Attersee,
    Mayer, Nitsch, Rühm, Thomkins, Schwarz, Wiener
    Four 12'' vinyl records
    
    Audio program notes:
    - Side A, length: 31'40"
    - Side B, length: 34'03"
    - Side C, length: 32'33"
    - Side D, length: 33'20"
    - Side E, length: 33'10"
    - Side F, length: 33'07"
    - Side G, length: 33'10"
    - Side H, length: 33'12"
    Recorded in München, Germany, May 1979.
    
        

Bibl.: "Broken Music", exhibition catalogue, pp. 224/226.

1a. Poster

1b. LP vinyl cover

2. LP vinyl cover

3a. Poster

4. LP vinyls cover

5. LP vinyls cover

6. LP vinyl cover

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