Haydn's view through Herschel's telescope - Ph. Spätling
Item num.: ES00118
by Philipp Spätling
Instrumentation: 2 treble recorders, tenor recorder, great bass recorder
In 1792, Joseph Haydn had the opportunity to take a look through the reflecting telescope built by William Herschel himself. Listen for yourself what he experienced in doing so... Get outer space on stage: This piece is inspired by photographs of the Hubble Space Telescope. "Haydn's view through Herschel's telescope“ is conceived to be combined to a suite with the following pieces: Distances in space, Cygnus X-1, Andromeda M 31, Strange Worlds seen from the Spaceship, Jewel Box, Uranus, Helix Nebula, Contacting a Bypassing Spaceship
A preview and sound samples can be found under "files"