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Tibor Szemző – Tractatus. Originally composed for the video work Wittgenstein Tractatus (1992) by Péter Forgács and Tibor Szemző. Text and piano taken from Tractatus and and Vermischte Bemerkungen by Ludwig Wittgenstein. Texts read by Ayako Harada – Japanese (recorded in Tokyo, 1. 1. 1994), Francisco Gózon – Spanish (recorded in Budapest, 1. 1995), Rozalia K. Szemző – Slovak (recorded in Bratislava, 1. 1995), Harald Quendler – German (recorded in Vienna, 1. 1995), J. A. Tillmann – Hungarian (recorded in Budapest, 3. 1995), Josef Bruckner – Czech (recorded in Prague, 3.
On Tractatus, he uses the texts of linguist, philosopher, and humanist Ludwig Wittgenstein for his catalyst. One small melodic line is hummed over and over, hypnotically, as a bass plays a series of notes in harmony; sound effects boxes gently fill the ambient space and the narrators take their turns with these texts: "There is indeed the inexpressible.
Artists Tibor Szemző Tractatus. Tractatus Tibor Szemző. This album has an average beat per minute of BPM (slowest/fastest tempos:, BPM). Recent albums by Tibor Szemző.
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Tractatus (1991-95) 30’33. Duration of this recording is 30 minutes and 33 seconds. Our original plan was to have another long piece on this CD, but having listened to the final mix of TRACTATUS it became obvious to us that this piece of music is totally unique. It should stand on its own. Leo Feigin. Tractatus – mp3 extract 2’19.
Tibor Szemző has been played on NTS over 30 times, featured on 25 episodes and was first played on 25 January 2015. Tibor Szemző (born 1955, Budapest, Hungary) is a Hungarian composer, performer and media artist. Szemző was born in Budapest in 1955. He began his musical studies at the Kodály method school at the age of six and graduated from the Hungarian Academy of Music. Szemzö formed his own trio (later a quartet), and in 1979 he founded the minimalist ensemble Group 180 (1978–1990).