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

[music] In music, klang is a term used in English to denote the `chord of nature`, particularly in mistaken references to Riemannian and Schenkerian theories. In German, Klang means `sound`, `tone`, `note`, or `timbre`; a chord of three notes is called a Dreiklang, etc. Both Hugo Riemann and Heinrich Schenker refer to the theory of the chor
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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

[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

[city] Klang (ŋ; Jawi: كلاڠ
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