Henk Badings

Also known as Badings, H. Badings
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.badings.nl/, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henk_Badings

Discography of Henk Badings:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Electronic Music 4 Audio 1961 Epic
2 Evolutions & Contrasts 13 Audio 1968 Limelight
3 Electronic Music 4 Audio 1968 Philips
4 Cain And Abel: Electronic Ballet Music 11 Audio 1958 Philips
5 Philips Technical Review Vol. 19 (1957/58) No. 6 2 Audio 1958 Philips
6 Electronic Ballet Music "Cain And Abel" 14 Audio 1958 Philips
7 Electronic Music 4 Audio 1961 Epic
8 Concerto For Flute And Orchestra 5 Audio Philips
9 Modern Music Series:Concerto For Two Violins And Orchestra 4 Audio 1961 Philips
10 More Electronic Music By Badings 23 Audio 2009 Basta
11 Symphony No. 8 / Symphonietta For Wind Instruments 2 Audio 1963 Donemus
12 Harp Concerto / Variazioni Senza Tema / Serenata I 3 Audio 1969
13 Haiku II / Arboreal / Piano Concerto 3 Audio 1972 Donemus
14 Electronic Music 13 Audio 1958 Philips
15 Electronic Ballet Music "Cain And Abel" 14 Audio 1958 Philips
16 Twee Kwartetten - Deux Quatuors 2 Audio 1971
17 Pittsburgh Overture / Concerto For Percussion / Armageddon 4 Audio Point Park College
18 Sämtliche Sonaten Für 2 Violinen 4 Audio Marhel
19 Philips Technical Review Vol. 19 (1957/58) No. 6 2 Audio 1958 Philips
20 Levensbeeld 2 Audio 1960 Uitgeverij Sint Joris
21 Evolutions 6 Audio 2013-11-00 Cacophonic
22 Philips' Technische Rundschau Nr. 19 2 Audio 1958 Philips
23 Octet / Octet, Op. 67 11 Audio London Records
24 Moderne Blockflöte 15 Audio 1970 Da Camera Magna


A prolific composer of nearly 500 complete works covering all musical genres, Henk Badings (Jan. 17, 1907, Bandung, Indonesia - June 26, 1987, Maarheeze, Netherlands) is one of the best known figures in twentieth-century Dutch music. If many of his works was written in the traditional diatonic scale, he's most famous for his electronic and microtonal music.

Badings was teacher and director at various Dutch conservatories from 1935 to 1945. In 1956 he founded the electronic music studio of Philips in Eindhoven. He taught acoustics and computing science at the Instituut voor Sonologie of the University of Utrecht until 1977 and was professor of composition at the at the Musikhochschule Stuttgart.

Father of [a985040].


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