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In 2012, they created their own recording studio called "Studio KML", in an ancient school in Rome as a meeting point between all the musicians of their Foundation and the KML Recordings label. Their first recording in this place was the "Minimalist Dream House". [19]

2. Uncivil Unions — The Metaphysics of Marriage in German Idealism and Romanticism . Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2012, 376 pp.

Late 20th-century composers you should profess to like: Boulez, Messiaen, Ligeti, Grisey, Birtwistle, Stockhausen, Xenakis, Berio, Dallapiccola. And those that you might actually enjoy: Messiaen, Ligeti, Rautavaara, Silvestrov, Adams, Reich, Glass, Copland, MacMillan.

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In the autumn of 1927, Messiaen joined Dupré's organ course. Dupré later wrote that Messiaen, having never seen an organ console, sat quietly for an hour while Dupré explained and demonstrated the instrument, and then came back a week later to play Johann Sebastian Bach 's Fantasia in C minor to an impressive standard. [20] From 1929, Messiaen regularly deputised at the Église de la Sainte-Trinité, Paris, for the organist Charles Quef , who was ill at the time. The post became vacant in 1931 when Quef died, and Dupré, Charles Tournemire and Widor among others supported Messiaen's candidacy. His formal application included a letter of recommendation from Widor. The appointment was confirmed in 1931, [21] and he remained the organist at the church for more than sixty years. [22] He also assumed a post at the Schola Cantorum de Paris in the early 1930s. [23] In 1932, he composed the Apparition de l'église éternelle for organ.

Consider one of Messiaen’s early works for organ, La Nativité du Seigneur (The Nativity of the Savior, 1935). The titles of the nine meditations for organ that comprise this hour-long suite refer alternately to the major figures in the Gospel stories—virgin and child, shepherds, angels and magi—and to theological motifs. Le Verbe (The Word) evokes the explosive power of creation with its opening swirl of musical fireworks, while Jésus accepte la souffrance (Jesus Accepts His Suffering) conveys a sense of strength in affliction through gently changing harmonies, followed by a refrain of massed chords over a bass ostinato in the raspy voice of the pedal reeds.

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