Talk:Ensemble Modern

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So the ensemble is famous for performing, among others, music of Boulez, Schoenberg, Messaien, Stockhausen .. - yet, it is their performances of Zappa that get a more detailed paragraph, others are simply quickly listed? Aryah (talk) 02:50, 17 June 2010 (UTC)


I just took some time and translated the German version of this article, which was a bit more developed than the English stub. I'd still like to see this expanded further, but I'm not very good at wikipedia-ing. In particular, it would be nice to have a section on significant/landmark projects the ensemble's had: The Yellow Shark, Music for 18 Musicians, Schwarz auf Weiss/Heiner Goebbels, their work with Lachenmann, the Nancarrow player piano orchestrations, etc. I'm not a musicologist and can't provide all the sources, but they're out there. — Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 17:03, 14 February 2015 (UTC)