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WORKSHOP

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Tele-Marteau
Le Marteau sans Maître by PIERRE BOULEZ has been described as the most influential piece of music to be written in the last twenty years. Igor Stravinsky called it the one undisputed masterpiece of the post-war era. Tonight Workshop presents an analysis and performance of Le Marteau sans Maitre, specially adapted and designed for television—hence, Tele-Marteau.
This film demonstrates Boulez's ideas that music can be played in a number of different combinations or orders. For the first showing of Tele-Marteau the nine sections of musical analysis will be shown together, followed by the nine movements of music which they complement. If however the film is shown again the order can be extensively shuffled, and each different running order should provide a different viewpoint. with Yvonne Minton (mezzo-soprano)
Aurele Nicolet (flute)
Serge Collot (viola)
Anton Stingl (guitar)
Claude Ricou (vibraphone)
Georges van Gucht (xylorimba)
Jean Batigne (percussion)
Commentary and musical direction,
Pierre Boulez
Associate director, Hilmar Schatz
Director, BARRIE GAVIN
A BBC tv—S.W.F. co-production

Contributors

Unknown: Pierre Boulez
Unknown: Igor Stravinsky
Mezzo-Soprano: Yvonne Minton
Flute: Aurele Nicolet
Viola: Serge Collot
Guitar: Anton Stingl
Guitar: Claude Ricou
Unknown: Georges van Gucht
Unknown: Jean Batigne
Unknown: Pierre Boulez
Director: Hilmar Schatz
Director: Barrie Gavin

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