Presenting the first perfomance of Hermann Nitsch's grand and large-scale “Traubenfleisch” symphony.
Recorded September 2nd, 2017 at the 10th Anniversary of the Nitsch Museum in Mistelbach/Austria.
Performed by Orchestra “Klangvereinigung Wien” and a new local (“Weinviertel”) choir formed especially for this occasion.
Edition of 300 copies.
One of the founding members of the Wiener Aktionismus (Viennese Actionism)
art movement, Hermann Nitsch (1938-2022) was also one of the most prolific members of the group. Nitsch was particularly interested in expressionism and religious art, following his academic training. Noted as a master of Austrian performance
, he has presented a total art with sensuality: limitless, Dionysian and demonic. His mastery of many media (visual arts, theater, music, etc.) expressed his system of values, at once spiritual, philosophic, aesthetic, and social, all taking part in his larger artwork.
See also Selten Gehörte Musik
, Hermann Nitsch, Dieter Roth
, Gerhard Rühm
, Oswald Wiener