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Penderecki: Threnody for the Victims of Hiroshima
-National Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra.
Antoni Wit, Conductor.
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And the author, Krzysztof Penderecki, our polish legend, has died just a few hours ago. May his soul rest in peace 😭
Genre: Easy Listening
This plays when I open my exam paper.
Only 40's kids will remember this
"I had to walk on the dead bodies, because the ground was too hot. I kept saying "Sorry" to them". - Unnamed Surviver from Hiroshima.
my music teacher showed this to my class
When classical gets more metal than metal...
My god, this is scarier than most horror films I've seen
"There's nothing intelligent to say about a massacre"
All jokes aside, this really does force one to imagine the literal hell that erupted on to earth when the bombs were dropped over Japan. People’s flesh falling off their eviscerated bodies. Unrecognizably charred corpses everywhere.
I've heard some creepy music but nothing on this level. Holy shit...I have nothing else to say.
This is incredibly powerful composition. I've never had a piece music make me feel physically sick before.
Deeply disturbing and entirely appropriate.
The worst horror imaginable. This music says it all. Hell's doors opened...
Gratitude to Penderecki for validating this trauma that should never be forgotten. Music reflects our culture- pain and hope. (from a Music Therapist's perspective)
This should be the National Anthem of the United States
Got a light?
Krysztof Penderecki has passed away today. May the Lord give Home to him!
Lik if dis band saved ur life
Why did I listen to this at 12AM... when everyone is asleep... in basement.. alone in the dark...
Krzysztof Penderecki (1933-2020) a polish giant is passing. RIP.
This is the water and this is the well. Drink full and descend. The horse is the white of the eyes and dark within.
Bad Bridge 01:
this is my jam
This work by Penderecki perfectly conveys the anguish and horror of this terrible explosion. In the first part of the work the composer expresses the climate of tension which reigns among the military in the aircraft, which carries the incredible bomb. In a second grave inexorably bomb (that can be tracked by the terrible hiss) bomb seems never explode (the work would be too trivial) but on the contrary, in contact with the ground the unfortunate Japanese lose hearing and the only view their conscience takes in horror as this music ceasing to fall into an abyss of madness. The explosion is more mental than physical. We are in the front of what humans can do more terrible to himself.
1:47 sounds like an air raid siren!
For some reason I keep coming back to this piece. It's oddly addictive
8:00 I actually cringed in my seat at the noise
At around the 8:00 mark, I kinda interpret that sudden, sharp and everlasting string congregation as the moment when the bomb hit.. It scares me so much to just imagine the detonation at that point.
Every time I listen to this I can feel the pain of the people, how frightening must have been. I try to imagine how felt those who looked at the sky when the bomb was dropped and saw the weapon of their own death. It makes me weak, it makes me feel pain. It's so weird, I wasn't there when this happened. I wasn't even alive when this happened but I feel a lot of things when I listen to this
There are four lights:
one of the most intense and stressful pieces of music I have ever heard!
ANGEL BLANCO FAN CLUB:
Any song by Penderecki gives me intense spine chills. Though I am fairly traditional in my musical tastes, atonal and dissonant music is very fascinating to me. It's definitely one of music's most unique forms. And it definitely has some sort of a structure to it.
This is horrifying. I mean I wouldn't let my children listen to this.
Otaku With Cats:
Am I the only person who thinks this piece is strangely beautiful?
Even though I understand the brilliance of the composition I just cant get the feeling of being uncomfortable or scared maybe I need to hear it with headphones?
They don't play tunes like this anymore
This song is so intense... it's also damn hard to listen to. It really makes you feel uncomfortable.
8:00 that's were you get stabed to death if listening to this in the dark
RIP Krzysztof Penderecki. One of the last true musical giants.
The explosion featured in the picture is from Nagasaki, not Hiroshima, nonetheless, a chilling piece of music.
July 16, 1945
White Sands, New Mexico
5:29 AM (MWT)
If the A-bomb didn't scare you to death, this will.
'... starring Kyle Maclachlan...'
disturbing, from head to toe.....
I imagined horrifying things while listening to this track. Amazing work.
G O T A L I G H T ?
Dude it feels like you hiding from your mom because you got all Fs
Can decide wether i really like this or really hate it! It is genius in the fact that its scary as feck, but.... Meh.
I came here in tribute to the passing of the great composer. But it's not the best thing to listen to during Covid19 confinement…
This is the water, and this is the well. Drink full, and descend. The horse is the white of the eyes, and dark within.
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Another great representative of modern classical music died. You have shaped modern music for a long time - thank you! March 29, 2020 / R.i.p.
Penderecki has captured the pain and suffering of the Japanese.
RIP. What an extraordinary composer he was.
Penderecki's music sounds like fear...
2:20 it's at this moment where I can picture a Japanese woman somewhere in Hiroshima looking at her kids, then looking at her window when she realizes something is not right and the immense amount of fear baffles her so much that she has no idea what to do or where to turn to after the siren rings. great piece of music that captures every feeling.
My grandmother died from the Bomb just on the moment (I'm a Japanese living in Tokyo), and then I have tried to see what a menace of whiteout would be, but haven't. Now, it seems that this last part of 52 descending glissandi after only an instant leads me to the whiteout storm of death. My tongue fails me whenever I listen to that.
R.i.p Krzysztof Penderecki
Episode 8 of the 3rd season of Twin Peaks will make this piece more popular than ever. Deservedly so.
L Y N C H E D
listening to this "song" in the middle of the night...a big NOPE NOPE NOPE
Rest In peace Penderecki, a very sad day he was a truly incredible and unique musician
This gave me goosebumps. The bit where you don't hear anything for a
minute or so near the 2 minute mark and then all of sudden you hear a
low violin noise almost gave me a heart attack. But at the same time
this is so well written, you can really tell how complex and amazing
this piece is. Penderecki deserves more recognition than he gets.
I bought this in the late 60's, and would turn all the lights out, put the record on the turntable in the cabinet stereo, and lie on the carpet, one stereo speaker to my right, the other to my left.... and just listen. It was the scariest music then, and now, that I've ever heard.
Around 1:48 I can see where Jonny Greenwood got There Will be Blood's score.
This should have been used as the opening credits of Dora the Explorer.
I played Candy Crush to this. It was an interesting experience.
*me* it sounds like a horror movie
*dad* it was a horror movie
I want to see this performed live by an orchestra!
Real music 👏👏👏
Am I the only one seeing faces in the upper cloud? It looks like they're screaming
It reminds me of the music in Eraserhead!
bob was here
In my life I heard so much, and played on violin so much but only this got me really deep in heart and got me scared.
Rip the author, our polish legend.
we've lost a legend in penderecki
Rest in peace our beloved composer.
Rest in peace maestro Penderecki and thank you for the incredible, incredible music.
This piece makes me sweat.
Just from the harsh sharp noises, it elicits a physical response (from me at least).
I don't really consider it music, but an interesting piece? Definitely.
When you're near a cave in minecraft.
One of the most unsettling pieces of music I’ve ever heard, would be perfect for a horror movie, but I guess WW2 was horror for those involved.
I love how catchy this is
A l’origine, cette oeuvre s’appelait « 8’37min », durée de l’attaque sur Hiroshima, mais comme la musique dure 9’46’’, la plupart despersonnes ne comprenait pas le premier titre, il l’a donc renommé « Thrène à la mémoire des victimes d'Hiroshima »
Un Thrène est un chant de douleur, de lamentations pratiqué par les poètes de la Grèceantique.
Cette oeuvre traduit les sentiments de détresse et d’angoisse d’une population qui a subit l’horreur d’une attaque atomique.
Moyens utilisés par l’auteur :
L’orchestre est composéde 52 instruments à corde. Les possibilités sonores des cordes sont poussées à l’extrême, procurant des sensations sonores inédites, comme par exemple, l’utilisation de col legno, de glissandi, detrémolo etc.
Dans cette œuvre, il n’y a ni tempo, ni pulsation, on dit donc que le temps est un temps lisse. Il n’y a pas non plus de thème, c’est une musique athématique.
La partition de cette œuvren’a rien de commun avec la plupart des musiques car elle est organisé en secondes, et non en temps, et que K.
Originally titled "8'37''. When Penderecki heard the first performance, he decided to dedicate it to the victims of Hiroshima.
I wish Penderecki had continued in this guise . Remarkable imagination .Now he writes neo-romantic stuff and he conducts a lot too !
The creepiest thing is when I went to Hiroshima I could hear this playing faintly in the background.
actually I couldnt. I just lied to get attention.
"...and they're running into death just like soldiers run into bullets in a true sense, I see that with the doctors and the nurses and so many of the people that go into those hospitals, it's incredible to see, it's a beautiful thing to see."D.Trump.
Love for death,a beauty thing
There should be a historical film based on the life real survivor of this disaster and have it be very grim and gruesome like Passion of Christ to show the horrors of war and have this as the main theme
Twin Peaks anyone?
Remind anyone else of The Shining, because this was used in it's soundtrack.
Rest in peace maestro!!!! 😢😥
Around the dinner table, the conversation is lively.
This is the water, and this is the well
Sobi the Robot:
I've never heard violins *scream* like this before... O_O
Reminds me of the score to The Shining...oh wait.
Wow. Really scary. An extraordinary piece of music.
pieter lucas maria lemmens:
Outstanding rendition of one of the most astonishing compositions of the mid 20th century. Bravo NPR!
Trully horifying, this is the music for a horror movie. Perfectly shows how big disaster was atomic bombing of Hiroshima.
A heart-warming song about struggle and strife, bound to strike love in the souls of listeners throughout the world and across all generations of listeners. 9.5/10
RIP. ogromna strata.
July 16, 1945
White Sands, New Mexico
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