Georges Aperghis

Georges Aperghis

Also known as G. Aperghis, George Aperghis, Γιώργος Απέργης
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Discography of Georges Aperghis:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Machinations. Spectacle Musical Pour Quatre Femmes Et Ordinateur 10 Audio 2002 Accord
2 Avis De Tempête 13 Audio 2005 Cyprès
3 Récitations 2 Audio 1983 Harmonia Mundi
4 Récitations Pour Voix Seule (1977-1978) 16 Audio 2000 Montaigne
5 Quatre Petits Moments Brefs / Signaux 2 Audio Éditions Salabert
6 Récitations 2 Audio Éditions Salabert
7 Un Musée De L'Homme 2 Audio Éditions Salabert
8 Histoire Des Loups 2 Audio Éditions Salabert
9 Parcours 15 Audio 1995 Transes Européennes
10 Le Piano Préparé 2 Audio 1970 Philips
11 Works For Piano 5 Audio 2009
12 Crosswind / Alter Ego / Rasch / Volte-face / Signaux 5 Audio 2009 Kairos

Born 1945 in Greece. In 1963 he settled in Paris where he took up musical studies. Most of his works demonstrate his fascination with the relationship between music, words and theatrical gesture.

Selected works: Graffitis for percussionist (1980), Quatre récitations for cello (1980), Liebestod, opera (based on Bettina Brentano's letters to Goethe; 1981), L'Echarpe rouge, opera (after A. Badiou; 1984), Le Coup de foudre for percussion (1985), Conversations (1985), Enumerations (1988), Triangle carré for string quartet and percussion trio (1989), Jojo, instrumental theatre (1990), Déclamations for baritone, bass clarinet and orchestra (1990), H, litanie musicale et égalitaire, stage music (1992), Sextet for Five Female Voices and Cello (1993), L'Adieu for contralto and large orchestra (1994), Cello Sonata (1994), Tristes tropiques, opera (libretto by C. Clément after C. Lévi-Strauss; 1997), Die Hamletmaschine - oratorio for soloists, choir, percussion and instrumental ensemble (2000), Machinations, musical spectacle for four women and computer (2000), Petrrohl for six voices (2001).

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