Music

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20 Five-note Melodies for Beginners 1. Beginning 2. The Dream 3. Before Dawn 4. Balloon Ride 5. Happy Years 6. Paperboat Dance 7. Chopin 8. Polish Dance 9. Farewell Hug 10. Hourglass 11. Let’s go dancing! 12. Butterfly Meadow 13. Happy Reunion 14. Melancholic afternoon 15. Start of the Holidays 16. Ladybug Flight 17. Foggy Day 18. Victory 19. Coronation 20. Old Rocking Horse n March 2024, the...
20 Five-note Melodies for Beginners 1. Beginning 2. The Dream 3. Before Dawn 4. Balloon Ride 5. Happy Years 6. Paperboat Dance 7. Chopin 8. Polish Dance 9. Farewell Hug 10. Hourglass 11. Let’s go dancing! 12. Butterfly Meadow 13. Happy Reunion 14. Melancholic afternoon 15. Start of the Holidays 16. Ladybug Flight 17. Foggy Day 18. Victory 19. Coronation 20. Old Rocking Horse n March 2024, the...
22,90 Euro
For Recorder Orchestra SnSATTBBGK 28 pages score and 9 parts 39,90€ "Umonde, 12 Circle Songs for solo recorder and loop station" was my most successful edition during the lockdown. By popular demand, I have now arranged five of the pieces for recorder orchestra and tried them out at numerous workshops this year - they are simply great fun to rehearse, conduct and listen to! The collection...
39,90 Euro
(The secret) For Recorder Ensemble or Recorder Orchestra AATTBBGGKK Score and ten parts In the summer of 2022 Felicitas von Schierstädt asked me to write a piece for her project BLOCKFLÖTE TOTAL with 10 professional female recorder players from Southern Germany, for a concert in Konstanz in March 2023. Here is the result! INTSUMANTSUMANE is Xhosa and means "The Secret." I was fascinated by...
39,90 Euro
For Recorder and Piano 1. Ingxunguphalo (Tenor and Piano) 2. Valse triste (Alto and Piano) 3. Meditation (Alto and Piano) Score and one part These three sad songs I recorded with Chris Orton for our Duo CD project Cádiz with my main works for solo recorder and piano Cádiz, Imibala yenjabulo and Tell them I've had a wonderful life. Ingxunguphalo means The Great Sorrow. I wrote this piece in 2015...
25,00 Euro
Ten Easier Pieces for Soprano or Tenor recorder and Piano. 1. Karungi 2. Kinyongo 3. Kuagana 4. Die Begrüßung in Djaboué 5. Das Tal von Djaboué 6. Valse Triste 7. Siko siyo mbali 8. Sula inyembezi 9. The Invitation 10. Starry Sky In my previous works for recorder and piano, I paid little attention to the difficulty of the pieces, because at the premieres I played the piano myself and the recorder...
24,90 Euro
12 Pieces for Piano Solo. 1. Kinyongo 3:57 2. Circus Queen 3:50 3. Morning Peace 1:57 4. Consolation 3:33 5. Blue Earth 2:58 6. Borakalano 2:14 7. Sad Song 3:06 8. Tell me what happiness is 4:11 9. Kuagana 2:55 10. Fa wo do yi mame 4:25 11. Starry Sky 3:28 12. Lullaby 5:09 1. Kinyongo Kinyongo means Nostalgia. We remember something that was wonderful but will never return, a kind of sweet...
19,90 Euro
10 Miniatures for Recorder and Violoncello Score and two Parts. 1. Ouverture 2. The Storyteller 3. Her beautiful Eyes 4. Lullaby 5. Hidden Surprises 6. Darkness 7. At the Beach 8. On your own 9. A new start 10. Farewell In 2015 I wrote two suites for my friend Marcin Oleś, a great composer and double bass player from Kraków. I dedicated one of the two suites, Umbalisi mabali (The Storyteller) to...
19,90 Euro
For Recorder Quartet ATBG 1. And she expected a child 2. Where shall we go? 3. Fear not! 4. Singing him to sleep 5. The three Magi I have to admit: I love christmas. Although I am an atheist I always felt a deep connection to this feast: The couple looking for a home; the newborn child; the angel’s soothing words FEAR NOT; the wonderful surrealistic three magi with their presents. In my view this...
19,90 Euro
For recorder quintet ATTBG 1. And she expected a child 2. Where shall we go? 3. Fear not! 4. Singing him to sleep 5. The three Magi I have to admit: I love christmas. Although I am an atheist I always felt a deep connection to this feast: The couple looking for a home; the newborn child; the angel’s soothing words FEAR NOT; the wonderful surrealistic three magi with their presents. In my view...
24,90 Euro

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 »