Iannis Xenakis

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Xenakis was one of the major figures of 20th-century music, composing some 150 works for orchestra, instruments, voices, stage, and electronics.
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Title Year Avg. Duration Genre
Metastasis, for 60 musicians (Anastenaria, Part 3) 1953 Orchestral
Pithoprakta, for 49 musicians 1955 Orchestral
Eonta, for 2 trumpets, 3 trombones & piano 1963 Chamber Music
Pléïades, for 6 percussionists 1978 Chamber Music Avant-Garde Music
Mists, for piano 1981 Keyboard
Mikka, for violin 1971 Chamber Music
Persephassa, for 6 percussionists 1969 Chamber Music
Waarg, for 13 musicians 1988 Chamber Music
Oresteïa, for children's chorus, chorus & 12 musicians 1965 Choral
Polytope de Montréal, music for a spectacle for 4 equivalent orchestral ensembles 1967 Orchestral
Evryali, for piano 1973 Keyboard
Rebonds, for solo percussion 1989 Chamber Music
Psappha, for solo percussion 1975 Chamber Music
Nomos Alpha, for cello 1966 Chamber Music
Herma, for piano 1960 Keyboard
Antikhthon, ballet for 86 or 60 musicians 1971 Ballet
Tetras, for string quartet 1983 Chamber Music
Achorripsis, for 21 musicians 1956 Chamber Music
Jonchaies, for 109 musicians 1977 Orchestral
Keren, for trombone 1986 Chamber Music
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