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Salut fuer Caudwell

Music for Two Guitarists

By Helmut Lachenmann

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2 guitars
Music for Two Guitarists. Composed by Helmut Lachenmann. Edition Gerig.


World premiere: Baden-Baden, December 3, 1977

20th Century (after 1950). Practical score. Breitkopf and Haertel #BG-1368. Published by Breitkopf and Haertel (BR.BG-1368).

Item Number: BR.BG-1368

ISBN 979-0-004-17705-1. 16 x 10.5 in inches.

The typical aura which attaches to the guitar as folk and art instrument encompasses the primitive as well as the highly sensitive, intimate and collective it also includes motives which may be exactly described in historic, geographic and sociological terms. I started from the characteristic playing style of the guitar, simplifying it in technical fingering, but also re-forming and developing it, often beyond the limits imposed by practice centring on that aura. I constantly had the feeling that this music was accompanying something if not a text, then individual words or thoughts. This is reflected by the incorporation of spoken words or thoughts, derived from Illusion and Reality by the English Marxist poet and author Christopher Caudwell who died in Spain nearly 40 years ago at the age of 30 among those attempting to halt the Franco regime. Caudwell demanded an art which realistically confronts reality and its multi-layered contradictions. To him and to all outsiders who, because they disturb thoughtlessness, are instantly lumped together with iconoclasts, this piece is dedicated.
Helmut Lachenmann (Translation: Niall Hoskin)


CDs/LP:
Christopher Brandt, Robin Hoffmann
CD Cadenza 800 875
Wilhelm Bruck, Theodor Ross
CD col legno 0647 277
Norio Sato, Kei Koh
CD ALM-Records ALCD 53
Christopher Brandt, Robin Hoffmann
CD Foxfire, Cadenza 800875, Vertrieb: Note 1
Wilhelm Bruck, Theodor Ross
LP col legno 5504
Barbara Romen, Gunter Schneider (guitar)
CD DURIAN 018-2
Mats Scheidegger und Stephan Schmidt (guitar)
CD Musiques Suisses MGB CTS-M 90
Wilhelm Bruck und Theodor Ross (guitar)
CD KAIROS 0012652KAI


Bibliography
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Downs, Benjamin: Late Serialism in Early Lachenmann, in: Mitteilungen der Paul Sacher Stiftung, Nr. 30 (April 2017), pp. 25-31.
Dyer, Mark: Helmut Lachenmann's ,,Salut fur Caudwell: An Analysis, in: Tempo 70 (2016), Heft 277, pp. 34-46.
Josel, Seth: ,,Form can wait. Zur Form von Lachenmanns Salut fur Caudwell, in: Musik & Asthetik, Heft 85 (Januar 2018), pp. 27-44.
,,quasi Flamenco da lontano … Helmut Lachenmann im Gesprach uber ,,Salut fur Caudwell (mit Seth Josel), in: MusikTexte Heft 161 (Mai 2019), S. 43-48
Luck, Hartmut: Philosophie und Literatur im Werk von Helmut Lachenmann, in: Der Atem des Wanderers. Der Komponist Helmut Lachenmann, hrsg. von Hans-Klaus Jungheinrich, Mainz: Schott 2006, pp. 41-55.
Schick, Tobias Eduard: Weltbezuge in der Musik Mathias Spahlingers (Beihefte zum Archiv fur Musikwissenschaft, Band 80), Stuttgart; Franz Steiner 2018, dort pp. 105-109.
Schneider, Gunter: Die Gitarre in der Neuen Musik. Streifzuge und Momentaufnahmen, in: spuren, Zeitung des Festivals Klangspuren Schwaz, 2. Ausgabe September 2005, p. 4f.

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