Mauricio Raúl Kagel was a German-Argentine composer notable for developing the theatrical Match (), is a “tennis game” for cellists with a percussionist as umpire (Griffiths , ) (for Siegfried Palm), also the subject of one of. JOHN H. KAGEL AND ALVIN E. ROTH. We create an environment in which congestion forces agents to match inefficiently early. We then introduce one of two. “Mauricio Kagel: Match fiir drei Spieler.” Stephan: — Tibbe, Monika. “Schwierigkeiten und Moglichkeiten der Analyse zeitgenossischer Musik.

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Electronic and electroacoustic music. If you are a library, university or other organisation that would be interested in an institutional subscription to Gramophone please click here matcch further information. He was professor for new music theatre at the Cologne Conservatory from — Mauricio Kagel Composer Christophe Roy vc. List of music students by teacher: In other parts, the film contains parodies of radio or TV broadcasts connected with the “Beethoven Year “.

Views Read Edit View history. Match is one of the unsung masterpieces kaggel post war avant-garderie. Gramophone products and those of specially selected partners from the world of music.

Happy birthday to you! The soundtrack of the film is a piano playing the music as it appears in each shot. This page was last edited on 17 Decemberat In other projects Wikimedia Commons. Some of his pieces give specific theatrical mafch to the performers Kennedy and Bournesuch as to adopt certain facial expressions while playing, to make their stage entrances in a particular way, to physically interact with other performers, and so on.


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In he received the Ernst von Siemens Music Prize. As the work progresses, the piece itself, and opera and ballet in general, becomes its own subject matter. In Con voce With Voicea masked trio silently mimes playing instruments.

He studied music, history of literatureand philosophy in Buenos Mtch Grimshaw Retrieved from ” https: He was also active in the fields of film and photography, proving that the possibilities of music are inexhaustible. For this reason commentators at times related his work to the Theatre of the Absurd. He spent his last fifty years in Germany, dying after a long illness at the age of 76 Nonnenmann Everything in it is papered with sheet music of Beethoven’s pieces.

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Ernst von Siemens Music Prize. Lieb Richard P. With its sensual, pear-shaped physique and knack of making even the most banal melodic utterance sound room-warming, the cello is a difficult instrument to find a reason to subvert.


Kagel reimagines the motet as a purely instrumental form, as voices within the ensemble fluctuate between single voices and complex polyphony. Manin Elliott H. When Mauricio Kagel composed Match for two cellos and percussion inhe worked from a chart he had prepared that catalogued every conceivable method of producing a sound from the cello. In he moved as a scholar to CologneGermany, where he lived until his death.

The all-time greats Read about the artists who changed the world of classical music. At the Berlin Film and Television Academy he was a visiting lecturer.

Mauricio Kagel

Kagel later turned the film into a piece of sheet music itself which matvh be performed in a concert without the film—the score consists of close-ups of various areas of the studio, which are to be interpreted by the performing pianist. Composition Artist Credits Match. Like Matchcompositional lateral thinking triggers new perspectives on old sounds.

It is the piece that most clearly shows his absurdist tendency.