Player wird geladen ...


As your browser speaks English, would you like to change your language to English? Or see other languages.

Herbert Eimert

Klangstudie II (4:29)

Wir haben hier noch keine Wiki ...

Ähnliche Titel


Hinterlasse einen Kommentar. Logge dich bei ein oder registriere dich.              

  • Fantastic!
  • Herbert was in his forties when he was able to begin using the tape recorder. Remember that the Germans ahd magnetic tape as a secret weapon in WWII. He was a professor at Cologne University and in 1945 was one of the first staff of Cologne Radio administrated by the British occupation forces. Like many of the early tape recorder artists, his access to electronic equipment at radio stations allowed him to develop a new music language that he and others pioneered. It didn't take long for Hollywood to catch on. But, he was writing atonal music in 1924 before he was 30. Electronic music didn't begin with Moog in the 60s; he just made it more accessible. Listen to Pierre Schaeffer from France for more early taped electronic music composition.
  • fantastic)
  • Considering that he must have been 60+ when he finally had the opportunity to realise electronic music, and that he had witnessed a much bigger change in art (and especially music) than from the 1950' to nowadays, you must imagine how young this guy must have been at heart...
  • "Bits of it sound like the background noises in the film the forbidden planet.." That's precisely what I thought.
  • makes me feel warm and fuzzy
  • This guy was born in 1897 and dead by 1972. Very modern in his compsitions for someone from that time.
  • Einfach toll, was es so alles gab, früher.
  • studie. no anything is a real composition
  • [url= /]dotz[/url]

API Calls