Chronochromie (Time-colour). Orch. work by Messiaen in 7 sections: Introduction, Strophe I, Antistrophe I, Strophe II, Antistrophe II, Epode, Coda. Comp. 1960. F.p. Donaueschingen, 16 Oct. 1960, cond. Rosbaud. Epode is written for 18 str., each playing a different birdsong.
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