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NITSCH, HERMANN: Sinfonie fur Mexico City, 2015
NITSCH, HERMANN: Sinfonie fur Mexico City, 2015
See other entries for more on Nitsch and his unique musical language.] This is a very recent composition, as intense and transcendental as they all are, recorded in Mexico City by ensemble [Liminari] and students of the national conservatory. Vast, as ever, with huge Orchestral resources, a sampler and, not credited but I hear them, dozens of Death Whistles. Rich and deep - and pretty much completely under everybodyís radar: Nitschís musical work is ignored by the music community, I suppose because heís tagged as a visual artist and therefore canít be a composer; thatís a different club. But his work just gets better and better, and as the technology improves, better and better sounding too. This is a man with an original vision, the power to realize it and the nouse to document and make it available. Intended as part of a whole theatre/ritual event, nevertheless the music stands perfectly satisfactorily alone. Recommended. L

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