KLANG

(from the article `Stockhausen, Karlheinz`) ...LICHT (`Light`), a work steeped in spirituality and mysticism that he intended to be his masterpiece. In 2005 the first parts of another ambitious ...
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Klang

city and port, west-central Peninsular (West) Malaysia. It lies on the Kelang River and the 40-mile (64-km) Kuala Lumpur–Port Kelang railway. The ... [2 related articles]
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Klang

[album] Klang is the third and final studio album by the English indie rock band The Rakes, released on March 23, 2009. The album was preceded by the first single "1989" on March 16. The Rakes recorded the album with Chris Zane in Berlin, Germany, a decision that lead singer Alan Donohoe explained is because "The London music scene is so du
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Klang

[disambiguation] Klang is the royal capital of the state of Selangor, Malaysia. Klang may also refer to: ==Geography== ==History== ==Music== ==Other uses== ...
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Klang

[Stockhausen] Klang (pron)—Die 24 Stunden des Tages (Sound—The 24 Hours of the Day) is a cycle of compositions by Karlheinz Stockhausen, on which he worked from 2004 until his death in 2007. It was intended to consist of 24 chamber-music compositions, each representing one hour of the day, with a different colour systematically assigned
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Klang

[music] In music, Klang (German: sound) is the, "chord of nature", so called because it is built from the first five partials of the overtone series (which if built on C produces: CC`G`C"E", a C major chord). The Klang is the abstracted referential sonority, the tonic triad, in Riemannian theory, the dualistic music theory of Hugo Riemann.
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