Episode #1277

From the Vaults: Hans Otte

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Friday, August 10, 2007

For this 1996 show From the Vaults, German composer Hans Otte plays excerpts from his best-known work, "The Book of Sounds," on the WNYC piano, and discusses his Zen-like approach to music. We'll also listen to his work "Aquarian Music."

PROGRAM # 1277 with guest Hans Otte, Mon. 5/13/96





Hans Otte


The Books of Sounds, 5 excerpts (total time approx. 35:00)

The Book of Sounds is Kuckuck # 11069-2.*

Hans Otte

Aquarian Music

Parts 1-4 (15:00)

Amiata #0394,* OR download from

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Comments [2]

Cris from new jersey

I felt in love with the music.. beautiful work!!

Aug. 11 2007 03:14 PM
Ryan Jones from Brooklyn Heights, NY

This was some of the most beautiful music I have heard in a while. Thank you.

Aug. 10 2007 11:48 PM

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