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Danish Fluxus member Henning Christiansen's concert hall work from 1963-1988 is collected here on this bumper set assembled by the Henning Christiansen Archive. Challenging sounds for adventurous listeners.
For most of his life, Christiansen lived on the Danish island Møn, existing in relative isolation and writing music that positioned him alongside artists like German theorist and artist Joseph Beuys, and Korean-American video art pioneer Nam June Paik. Much of Christiansen's released work has concentrated on his tape experiments and soundtrack works, but "To Look Inside Music" reveals the scope of his compositions, focusing on music that was written for concert hall presentation.
A lengthy selection of work, ranging from the solemn long-form piano piece 'Op.33 Modular' and dramatic strings composition 'Op.185 Nach Wyschnegradksy', to 45-minute vocal experiment 'Op.25 To Play To Day' and near-silent set of percussive minimalism 'Op.44 Exertier', it's a revelatory experience.