Vinko Globokar

Vinko Globokar

Also known as Globokar, V. Globokar, Vinco Globokar, Vinko Glokobar
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Discography of Vinko Globokar:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Discours II / Sequenza V / Solo Für Melodie-Instrument Mit Rückkopplung / Consecuenza 4 Audio 1969 Deutsche Grammophon
2 Airs De Voyages Vers L'Interieur / Voie 3 Audio 1983 ZKP RTVL
3 5, Die Sich Nicht Ertragen Können! 2 Audio 1987 FMP
4 Ausstrahlungen · Fluide · Atemstudie 3 Audio 1976
5 Symphonie 'K' / Etude Pour Folklora II 2 Audio 1971 Deutsche Grammophon
6 Discours III+VI / Toucher 3 Audio
7 Fluide · Ausstrahlungen · Atemstudie 3 Audio Harmonia Mundi
8 nu · Improvisation · Live 6 Audio 1998 Telos Records
9 Ausstrahlungen · Fluide · Atemstudie 3 Audio 1972
10 Fluide · Ausstrahlungen · Atemstudie 3 Audio
11 Der Engel Der Geschichte 6 Audio 2008 col legno
12 Toucher 7 Audio 2004 WERGO
13 Konzerte: Masse Und Individuum 4 Audio 2004
14 Oblak Semen - Discours IX - Zlom 3 Audio 2001 Sargasso
15 Discours III + VI, Toucher, Voix Instrumentalisee, Accord 5 Audio 1992 Koch International GmbH
16 Hallo, Do You Hear Me? 4 Audio 1994 Harmonia Mundi s.a.
17 Drama Und Correspondences 3 Audio 1974
18 La Tromba E' Mobile 4 Audio 2005 Atopos
19 Live 10 Audio 1996 Chez Muziek


Vinko Globokar (7 July 1934, Anderny, France) is a Slovene composer and trombonist. He lived in France until 1947, when he moved to Ljubljana to study at the music school and conservatory, gaining his diploma in 1954. In 1955 he began studies at the Paris Conservatoire, where he won first prizes for trombone (1959) and chamber music. He studied composition and conducting with Leibowitz (1959–63) and composition with Berio in Berlin (1965).

In 1966 Globokar joined a performing group for new music at SUNY (Buffalo), and in 1968 he was appointed to teach the trombone at the Staatliche Hochschule für Musik (Köln, Germany) and composition at the Köln courses for new music. He founded the Free Music Group in 1969 and a quartet, New phonic art, also in 1969, both of which perform contemporary music, including many of his own works. He also performed in Stockhausen's group, and from 1973 to 1979 was head of vocal-instrumental research at Ircam (Paris, France).


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