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For Recorder Quintet ATTBK Score and five Parts I have always been a fan of variations because this form allows me as a composer to combine the strongest formal unity with the sharpest emotional contrasts. My first bigger composition were the 12 Variations on Von fremden Ländern und Menschen for piano solo (1988). 2014 I wrote the 16 Variations on an Irish Jig and 2015 the 12 Variations on an Old...
For Recorder Quintet ATTBK Score and five Parts I have always been a fan of variations because this form allows me as a composer to combine the strongest formal unity with the sharpest emotional contrasts. My first bigger composition were the 12 Variations on Von fremden Ländern und Menschen for piano solo (1988). 2014 I wrote the 16 Variations on an Irish Jig and 2015 the 12 Variations on an Old...
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Suite for two Guitars. In 1995 I was studying music at the Academy of Music in Hamburg and I fell in love with a fellow student named Angela. She played the guitar and had a guitar duo, so – what was a composer to do? – I wrote a suite for her guitar duo, LA JOIE (Joy). It was, as you can easily hear, inspired by my love for Ravel, Débussy, and Roussel, but the fundamental reason for this work...
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Five Easy Pieces for Recorder Orchestra SAATTBBGK Score and nine Parts Since I started to give workshops on my African Recorder Music, I re-arranged some of my trios, quartets, and quintets for a bigger ensemble and simplified them thereby. This collection contains my five favorite arrangements of the last four years.   The Salutation in Djaboué is the opening movement of my very first African...
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African Suite No. 28 For Recorder Orchestra ATTBBBG Cb (SGB SKB) Score and 10 parts First Movement: The Emperor is coming Second Movement: The Girl at the Window Third Movement: Best Wishes from Africa REIWA is the name of the new Japanese era, that started in Japan with the coronation of the new Tennō Naruhito on May 1, 2019. It is translated with beautiful harmony and follows the last era of...
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Suite for Recorder and Guitar. 1. The Flight of the Seagull 2. The Wind from the Sea 3. Alone at the Shore 4. The Bath of the Mermaid 5. Carnaval de Cádiz Cádiz is located in Andalusia, on the southern Spanish Atlantic coast. It was founded by Phoenician seafarers around 1100 BC, making it the oldest continuously inhabited city in Western Europe. Phoenicians, Carthaginians, Romans, Arabs, and...
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For Recorder, Viola da gamba, and Harpsichord Score and three parts First movement: Dance with Lumière Second movement: Silver linings Third movement: Running through the fields I have known Gritli Kohler-Nyvall for more than a decade now; her Ensemble Pipelife commissioned two of my works, the African Suite No. 4 Vitambo vya moyo and the 16 Variations on an Irish Jig, and recorded both...
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Afrikanische Suite Nr. 24 Für Blockflötenquintett ATTBK First movement: Free as a bird Second movement: Dream Stories Third Movement: Blue Earth Fourth Movement: Awakening Mathongo Amnandi is from Xhosa, one of the 12 languages of South Africa. It means Sweet Dreams. This whole piece is about dreaming. The first movement—Free as a Bird—is about a common dream in which you can fly, looking down on...
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African Suite No. 27 Für Recorder and Organ Score and one Part First movement: The very first journey Second Movement: This one moment Third Movement: The new year "Tell them I had a wonderful life" were supposedly the last words of Ludwig Wittgenstein, who really did live an extraordinary life. Born in 1898 in Vienna, the son of a wealthy industrialist family, he later worked as an architect,...
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African Suite No. 22 For Flute, Recorder, and Piano Score and Three Parts First Movement: Boda Boda Second Movement: Karungi Third Movement: Too hot! Inside Kampala is my African Suite No. 22; its about my impressions of the 4-million-population capital of Uganda where I stayed many times during my travels through Africa in recent years. Boda Boda is the name of the motorcycle taxi you find...
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Biography

Sören Sieg (*1966) learned to play the recorder, violin and piano as a child and later the saxophone, trumpet, guitar and drums. He studied Sociology, Politics and Music in Hamburg and Bielefeld. He toured with his a cappella group LaLeLu for 18 years throughout Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Since 2012 he has lived as a composer and author in Hamburg. He has published ten books and numerous works for classical ensembles that are played all around the world. read more »