|AC 695||Luciano Berio - Musique Vivante*||Luciano Berio - Musique Vivante* - Laborintus 2 Per Voci, Strumenti E Registrazione (LP)||Arcophon||AC 695||Italy||1969|
|HM 30 889||Luciano Berio - Musique Vivante*||Luciano Berio - Musique Vivante* - Laborintus 2 (LP)||Harmonia Mundi||HM 30 889||Germany||1969|
|HMX 290862, HMA 190764, 190764||Luciano Berio - Musique Vivante* / Dir. Luciano Berio||Luciano Berio - Musique Vivante* / Dir. Luciano Berio - Laborintus 2 (CD, Album, RE)||Harmonia Mundi, Harmonia Mundi France, Harmonia Mundi France||HMX 290862, HMA 190764, 190764||France||Unknown|
|HM 764 STÉRÉO, MV 34 764||Luciano Berio - Musique Vivante*||Luciano Berio - Musique Vivante* - Laborintus 2 (LP, Album)||Harmonia Mundi, Harmonia Mundi||HM 764 STÉRÉO, MV 34 764||France||Unknown|
|HMA 55764||Luciano Berio||Laborintus 2 (LP)||Harmonia Mundi||HMA 55764||France||1970|
Petite suite for piano (1947); published with compositions by Adolfo Berio and Ernesto Berio as Family Album (1947). Quintetto for wind quintet (1948). Trio for string trio (1948). Ad Hermes for voice and piano (1948). Suite for piano (1948). Due pezzi sacri for two sopranos, piano, two harps, timpani and twelve bells (1949). Magnificat for two sopranos, chorus and orchestra (1949). Concertino for solo clarinet, solo violin, harp, celesta and strings (1949; revised 1970). Esposizione for voices and instruments (1963); withdrawn; reworked and incorporated in Laborintus II (1965). Sequenza II for harp (1963); reused as a solo part in Chemins I (1964). Traces for soprano, mezzo-soprano, two actors, chorus and orchestra (1963); withdrawn; parts were reworked and incorporated in Opera (1970).
Redirected from Laborintus II (2012 recording)). Laborintus II is a 2012 album by Belgian orchestra Ictus Ensemble, vocal group Nederlands Kamerkoor and American vocalist Mike Patton. It is a recording of the 1965 work of the same name by Italian composer Luciano Berio, which featured lyrics taken from fellow Italian Edoardo Sanguineti's 1956 poem Laborintus. The performance was recorded live at the 2010 Holland Festival.
Luciano Berio: Laborintus II. Your Score. Summary: Mike Patton's latest solo album is a tribute to Luciano Berio's Laborintus II, created in 1965 to celebrate the 700th anniversary of the birth of Dante's Alighieri.
Laborintus 2 Luciano Berio. This album has an average beat per minute of BPM (slowest/fastest tempos:, BPM). Tracklist Laborintus 2. 1. Laborintus 2: Première partie. 2. Laborintus 2: Deuxième partie. Recent albums by Luciano Berio.
Laborintus II - for voices, instruments and tape (1965) Composed 1963 to 1965. Recorded at Studio Davout, Paris. Rights Society: SACEM. Luciano Berio - Musique Vivante - Laborintus 2 (LP, Album). Harmonia Mundi, Harmonia Mundi. HM 764 STÉRÉO, MV 34 764. France.
With Mike Patton’s new album he set out, along with Luciano Berio, to pay tribute to Italian composer Luciano Berio. As Colin McCracken found out it’s a difficult listen but one that, if you put the work in, is ultimately rewarding. As far as concepts go, Laborintus II is pretty out there for even Mike Patton. The Communist Italian poet Edoardo Sanguineti was responsible for a great deal of the Italian translations of works by James Joyce and MoliÃÂ¨re and also happened to be a scholar who specialised in the legacy of Dante (Durante degli Alighieri: 1265-1321). In 1956 he published his first.
Luciano Berio's "Laborintus II" is a poem originally commissioned by France. Its purpose was to celebrate the life of Dante Alighieri: 1965, after all, celebrated the 700 anniversary of his author's birth. Berio's poem was created for three female voices, eight actors, a variety of instruments, and one speaker. For listeners unfamiliar with Mike Patton's work, this album is not a place to start. Instead, I would recommend his work in Faith No More as a good starting point. It should be enough to give you a general idea of what you're in for.