Hans Werner Henze – William Pearson, Karlheinz Zöller, Leo Brouwer, Stomu Yamash'ta - El Cimarrón (2xLP) (NM or M-)

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Media Condition: Near Mint (NM or M-)
Sleeve Condition: Very Good Plus (VG+)
Excellent used copy. Booklet intact and sleeve is in generally great shape. There is some light edge/corner wear and mild rubbing on the back.

*The photos shown here are stock photos provided as reference and do not reflect the condition of the item we have in stock.

Label: Deutsche Grammophon - 2707 050
Format: 2xLP
Country: Germany
Released: 1971


The Biography of the runaway slave, Esteban Montejo. Recital for four musicians.

Gatefold with double foldout sleeve with no half-monn cut-outs and with a stapled 8-page booklet attached to the inside.

Covers label branding/logo: “Deutsche Grammophon".

Inside gatefold info:
Left and right side of gatefold and the attached 8-page booklet forms a 10-page booklet with liner notes and artists biographies in German, English and French and the text translated and adapted for music (in German and English).
Biographies of Pearson, Zöller, Brouwer and Yamash'ta taken from the program of the »Berliner Festwochen '70«.

Spine string: "Stereo H. W. Henze: El Cimarrón • Recital For 4 Musiker 2707 050".
Back cover info:
Informative text, in German, English and French, at center left:  "The Biographie of the runaway slave Esteban Montejo. Recital for four musicians. Text from the book by Miguel Barnet, translated and adapted for music by Hans Magnus Enzensberger".
"Text enclosed" boxed at bottom right.

Center-labels info:
“Deutsche Grammophon” below small tulip crown.  
German copyright rim text message in gold with, at 11 o'clock, “Deutsche Grammophon · Urheber· Und …..”.
Straight borders. 
No star printed on bottom.
"Made in Germany" at the left of spindle hole.

Inner sleeves code#: TNI 1224 / 50.70 and TNI 12.24 /10/71 1/N.

Track List:

. El Cimarrón
. I. Teil
A1. 1. Die Welt (The World, Le Monde) 6:47
A2. 2. Der Cimarrón 4:18
A3. 3. Die Sklaverei (Slavery, L'Esclavage) 4:28
A4. 4. Die Flucht (Flight, La Fuite) 4:22
B1. 5. Der Wald (The Forest, La Forêt) 8:13
B2. 6. Die Geister (The Spirits, Les Fantômes) 6:42
B3. 7. Die Falsche Freiheit (False Freedom, La Fausse Liberté) 3:11
. II. Teil
C1. 8. Die Frauen (Women, Les Femmes) 3:04
C2. 9. Die Maschinen (The Machines, Les Machines) 5:44
C3. 10. Die Pfarrer (The Clergy, Les Curés) 4:48
C4. 11. Der Aufstand (The Uprising, Le Soulèvement) 4:13
D1. 12. Die Schlacht Von Mal Tiempo (The Battle Of Mal Tiempo, La Bataille De Mal Tiempo) 6:01
D2. 13. Der Schlechte Sieg (Evil Victory, La Mauvaise Victoire) 5:09
D3. 14. Die Freundlichkeit (Friendliness, L'Amabilité) 5:24
D4. 15. Das Messer (The Knife, Le Couteau) 2:52


Barcode and Other Identifiers:

Matrix / Runout 1 ℗ 1971 M70 ◇V A1 00 2530 101 S4
Matrix / Runout 1 ℗ 1971 M70 ◇V B 00 2530 101 S3
Matrix / Runout 1 ℗ 1971 A71 ◇V E 00 2530 100 = 2 S2
Matrix / Runout 1 ℗ 1971 A71 ◇V C2 00 2530 100 = 3 S1
Other 2530 100
Other 2530 101
Rights Society GEMA


Translated By [To German], Adapted By [For Music] - Hans Magnus Enzensberger
Text By [English Translation] - Christopher Keene (2)
Text By [Book] - Miguel Barnet
Recording Supervisor - Hans Weber
Producer - Karl Faust
Photography By [Photos] - Anthony Crickmay
Percussion - Stomu Yamash'ta
Guitar - Leo Brouwer
Engineer - Heinz Wildhagen
Flute - Karlheinz Zöller
Cover - Maria Antonietta Gambaro
Composed By, Conductor, Liner Notes - Hans Werner Henze
Baritone Vocals - William Pearson

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