Saturday, September 22, 2012

Episode 21: Ghosts along Desire Pt. 1

Clarence John Laughlin, "4 Vision of Dead Desire", 1954

"I deny selflessness. If all would be for free, in all societies all has had to be desolation, all has had to be suicide. We grow weary with all that isn't the price of a fight: this is Nietzsche's greatness. [...] You can have a generous behaviour, but this whouldn't be good for our society."

Pierre Klossowski

Boris Tishchenko: Concerto for cello, 17 wind instruments & percussion - Performer: Mtislav Rostropovic [22.53] - Frédéric Chopin: Marche Funèbre from Piano Sonata No. 2 in b flat minor Op. 35 "Funeral March" - Performer: Vladimir Horowitz [7.00] - Alban Berg: Allegro, Adagio from Violin Concerto - Performer: Louis Krasner [16.25] - Henri Pousseur: Mobile for 2 pianos - Performers: Alfons and Aloys Kontarski [10.09] - Arnold Schoenberg: Fantasy for Violin and Piano Op. 47 - Performers: Gidon Kremer and Oleg Maisenberg [7.45] - Carmelo Bene performs Robert Schumann / Lord Byron: Ouverture from Manfred [13.25]

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