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For the novice whose musical experience has not encountered Stockhausen, this DC of the STIMMUNG as performed by the Singcircle is likely as simple a beginning as any. Rather than being composed for his unique combination of 'instruments', this fascinating work was composed for the human voice in response to ancient concepts and images and ideas - part of the mystical mind of the master composer. This is music for the soul and the imagination and does not demand anything more from the listener than release of physical constraints to open the mind to the planes of experience unknown to many of us until Karlheinz Stockhausen opened the windows. A beautiful recording and an appropriate requiem for a true genius. Grady Harp, December 07
I strongly recommend this disc even to those who are not normally fans of TwenCen music.
This work, Carré, Gruppen and Mantra [also by Stockhausen] are amongst my favourites at the moment.
What a fascinating composer is Herr Stockhausen!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is Stockhausen's music at its best: intensely erudite, original, fun.Published 15 months ago by Randy Fallopianus
Stockhausen was a great electronic composer really should listen to his work if you never have! I like alot if his work!Published on November 29, 2011 by Brainping
I actually can't believe the other reviewers gave this 5 stars. The album in its entire made me smile in remembrance of blubbering my lips and making funny noises when I was a... Read morePublished on March 2, 2008 by Ran
I listen to every Stockhausen recording I can find. This is one of my favorites. For someone new to Stockhausen's music, this may be good place to start.Published on November 4, 2006 by Daniel Heffner
Karleinze proves his genius yet again in this charming Sing Circle performance of Stimmung. This recording shows the world's most dynamic instrument, the human voice, in all of its... Read morePublished on January 7, 2002 by Andrew R. Golden