Playing time: 71'
Released: 1999 (original)
Apparently the short Six chansons (Xenakis' earliest official composition) was added to a reissue of this album, and wasn't on the original program.
The interpretation is generally the most stark, especially in the most linear passages. This seems fitting to me, and provides the most hard-edged vision of Xenakis' solo piano (& some related) music. The stark linearity of the violin in Dikhthas is also a feature (despite some negative reviews of violinist Jane Peters, who plays in a very Xenakian way, if you ask me).
To purchasing information for this disc.
To Xenakis list.T. M. McComb