Big update to The Rambler’s collection of new music on YouTube

I’ve added a whole load of videos to my legendary collection of YouTube new music videos. Check out these tasty additions:

Ablingerweiss/weisslich, played by the Pierrot Lunaire Ensemble Wien. I think this is weiss/weisslich 4, but that’s supposed to be for piano and a minimum of 5 other instruments and there are only four here.

AblingerOhne Titel for flute and piano, payed by the Pierrot Lunaire Ensemble Wien.

CassidyI, purples, spat blood, laugh of beautiful lips. Performed by Carl Rosman.

CassidyWhat then renders these forces visible is a strange smile (or, First Study for Figures at the Base of a Crucifixion). Performed by Tristram Williams.

CassidyBecause they mark the zone where the force is in the process of striking (or, Second Study for Figures at the Base of a Crucifixion). Performed by Benjamin Marks.

CorbettValentine no.11, played by Gustavo Balanesco.

DenchSum over histories. Played by Richard Haynes and Carl Rosman. Part 1, part 2.

GriseyTalea, performed by the Pierrot Lunaire Ensemble Wien. Part 1, part 2.

Lang, BernhardMonadologie IV, performed by Timetable Percussion. Part 1, part 2, part 3.

Lang, BernhardDifferenz/Wiederholung 14. Part 1, part 2, part 3, part 4, part 5, part 6, part 7, part 8.

Lang, BernhardDer Alte vom Berge. Part 1, part 2, part 3, part 4, part 5, part 6, part 7.

Lang, KlausZwillingsgipfel. Played by the Pierrot Lunaire Ensemble Wien.

MittererIdée Fixe. Played by the Pierrot Lunaire Ensemble Wien. Part 1, part 2. (There are two other performance of this piece by PLEW online, but this is the best sound quality I think.)

Take a look at the main post for many more like that.

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