|A||Interferences For The Organ
Organ – Karl-Erik Welin
|B||Constellations II For Organ Sounds
Organ – Bengt Hambraeus
|LS 86052||Bengt Hambraeus||Constellations & Interferences (LP, Album, Promo)||Limelight||LS 86052||US||Unknown|
|4FE8001, 838 750 AY||Bengt Hambraeus / Karl Erik Welin*||Bengt Hambraeus / Karl Erik Welin* - Interferences For The Organ (1961-1962) / Constellations II For Organ Sounds (LP, Album)||Philips, Philips||4FE8001, 838 750 AY||UK||Unknown|
|842 552 AY||Bengt Hambraeus||Constellations II For Organ Sounds - Interferences For The Organ (LP, Album)||Philips||842 552 AY||Sweden||1962|
|839.278 DSY||Bengt Hambraeus||Constellations II Pour Sons D'Orgue / Interférences Pour Orgue (LP)||Philips||839.278 DSY||France||Unknown|
|LS 86052||Bengt Hambraeus||Constellations & Interferences (LP)||Limelight||LS 86052||US||1968|
Bengt Hambraeus (b. Stockholm, Sweden, January 29, 1928; d. Glen Roy, Ontario, (in Glengarry County), near Montreal, Quebec, Canada, September 21, 2000) was a Swedish-Canadian organist, composer and musicologist. Hambreaus studied organ with Alf Linder and musicology with Carl-Allan Moberg, earning his doctorate in 1956 on a thesis about medieval musical notation.
Constellations & Interferences (LP, Album, Promo). 4FE8001, 838 750 AY. Bengt Hambraeus, Karl Erik Welin. Bengt Hambraeus, Karl Erik Welin - Interferences For The Organ (1961-1962), Constellations II For Organ Sounds (1959) (LP, Album). Constellations II Pour Sons D'Orgue, Interférences Pour Orgue (LP). Constellations & Interferences (LP).
On this page you can listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Release title: Bengt Hambraeus - Constellations & Interferences. Photo of Bengt Hambraeus - Constellations & Interferences. Fresque Sonore, Transfiguration. This album was released on the label Limelight (catalog number LS 86052).
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Listen to music from Bengt Hambraeus like Doppelrohr II. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Bengt Hambraeus. Composer Bengt Hambraeus (b. Jan. 29, 1928 in Stockholm, Sweden - d. Sept. 21, 2000) studied organ from 1944 to 1948 with Alf Linder and musicology from 1947 to 1956 with Carl-Allan Moberg at the Uppsala University. From 1957 until 1972 he worked with the Swedish Radio in Stockholm. From 1972 he has been professor of musical composition and theory at the McGill University in Montreal, Canada.
Bengt Hambraeus, who has died aged 72, was one of the most significant figures of postwar Swedish music. A prolific composer of almost 200 works, he was best known for his pioneering organ music, for instance, Constellations I (1958) - later acknowledged by György Ligeti as a primary influence on his own ground-breaking Volumina (1961) - and Interferences (1962). Hambraeus was the first Swedish composer to write an electro-acoustic score, Doppelrohr II, in 1955, and in his classic Constellations II (1959), taped sections from Constellations I were mixed with electronically created sounds.
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A. Interferences For Organ – Karl-Erik. B. Constellations Organ – Bengt. II For Organ Hambraeus. Liner Notes – Bo Wallner Written-By – Bengt Hambraeus. A composed in 1961-1962 B composed in 1959 issued in a fold-out cover opening from the inside (unipak).
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