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The development of the Science and Technology Park Berlin Adlershof was and is co-financed by the European Union namely by EFRE . This concerns infrastructure development like construction of technology centres . Furthermore EFRE is used for international projects .

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Karlheinz Stockhausen ( German pronunciation: [kaʁlˈhaɪnts ˈʃtɔkhaʊzn̩] ; 22 August 1928 – 5 December 2007) was a German composer, widely acknowledged by critics as one of the most important ( Barrett 1988 , 45; Harvey 1975b , 705; Hopkins 1972 , 33; Klein 1968 , 117) but also controversial ( Power 1990 , 30) composers of the 20th and early 21st centuries. Another critic calls him "one of the great visionaries of 20th-century music" ( Hewett 2007 ). He is known for his groundbreaking work in electronic music , aleatory (controlled chance) in serial composition , and musical spatialization .

His notable compositions include the series of nineteen Klavierstücke (Piano Pieces), Kontra-Punkte for ten instruments, the electronic/ musique-concrète Gesang der Jünglinge , Gruppen for three orchestras, the percussion solo Zyklus , Kontakte , the cantata Momente , the live-electronic Mikrophonie I , Hymnen , Stimmung for six vocalists, Aus den sieben Tagen , Mantra for two pianos and electronics, Tierkreis , Inori for soloists and orchestra, and the gigantic opera cycle Licht .

His father, Simon Stockhausen, was a schoolteacher , and his mother Gertrud (née Stupp) was the daughter of a prosperous family of farmers in Neurath in the Cologne Bight . A daughter, Katherina, was born the year after Karlheinz, and a second son, Hermann-Josef ("Hermännchen") followed in 1932. Gertrud played the piano and accompanied her own singing but, after three pregnancies in as many years, experienced a mental breakdown and was institutionalized in December 1932, followed a few months later by the death of her younger son, Hermann ( Kurtz 1992 , 8, 11, 13).