A film documentary about composer Mauricio Kagel, produced & directed by Gastón Solnicki. Mauricio Kagel (), one of the great composers of the 20th century, was born in Argentina but left that country to settle in Germany in 1957. However, his adventurous music remained an inspiration to a number of forward-thinking Argentinean musicians. In 2006, he returned to Buenos Aires for a festival in which he directed a major concert by the Buenos Aires Philharmonic, and also worked with the young Ensemble Süden. Filmmaker Gastón Solnicki was on hand to capture Kagel s visit on film, and.
Mauricio Kagel: Sankt-Bach-Passion.
The Argentinean-born German composer, Mauricio Kagel, was born from a Jewish family with both Russian and German origins. His family name Kagel (adopted by his grandfather), has German origins, and also a small town near Berlin is called so. He took private lessons of singing, orchestra conducting, piano, violoncello, organ, among also with Alberto Ginastera and Paz. His father gave him the first musical lessons but his first piano teacher was Vincenzo Scaramuzza, a pianist from Crotone, of whom, Mauricio Kagel, would keep a fervent souvenir for the rest of his life.
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Mauricio Kagel was an avant-garde composer and music theorist whose work merits an excellent documentary. Containing some of the last known footage of Kagel, including a shot before his untimely death in 2008, Süden is a masterwork of biographical music filmmaking, documenting the return to his native Buenos Aires for the last time in 2007, after 40 years abroad. Süden focuses on the week of rehearsals before what proved to be the composer’s final major performance.
Listen to music from Mauricio Kagel like Antithèse, Pan & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Mauricio Kagel. Mauricio Kagel (born in Buenos Aires, December 24, 1931, died in Cologne, September 18, 2008) was an Argentine composer who has lived in Germany for most of his career.
With: Mauricio Kagel, Ensemble Suden, Compania Oblicua, Buenos Aires Philharmonic Orchestra, Klara Csordas, Roland Hermann, Charles Maxwell, Mauricio Leoni, Sandro Gorli, Haydee Schwartz, Martin Moore. Spanish, German, French, English, Italian dialogue). The expressive, witty and stark music of German-based, Argentine-born composer-conductor Mauricio Kagel is the star of the show in Gaston Solnicki’s intelligently conceived Suden.
An artist's originality depends less on ingenious invention than a strongly personal point of view. Mauricio Kagel, who has died aged 76, held a unique position in music of the last half century. While widely celebrated elsewhere, in Britain he remained perhaps the least well known of the great post-second world war avant garde composers. Only Luigi Nono was comparably under-exposed; Karlheinz Stockhausen, Pierre Boulez, Luciano Berio, György Ligeti and Iannis Xenakis all, to some extent, reached a wider public. Kagel's originality reflects his status as an outsider