Music

African Suite No. 17 For Recorder Quintet SATTB Score and five Parts. First Movement: Jangu wano (Come here!) Second Movement: Ekibuzo (The Question) Third Movement: Myel me yom cwinyi (Dance of Joy) Njagala Nnyimba in Luganda (one of the 40 languages spoken in Uganda) means I love music and the people of Uganda really do love music! Nowhere in Black Africa have I found a more positive, relaxed...
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African Suite No. 16. For Recorder Quartet. Score and Four Parts. Instrumentation: First and Third movement: ATTB Second Movement: TBGK In 2010 I wrote the song “Tell Me, What is Happiness?” for the 10th show of my a cappella group LaLeLu. From the very beginning I wanted to use the melody as a theme for my new African suite for recorders. Five years later I put this idea into realisation, but...
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Score and Five Parts. First Movement: Kinokero Second Movement: Kinyongo Third Movement: Jamboree Anyone who has ever heard records by Dumisani Maraire or Abdullah Ibrahim knows that no other music can convey pure happiness like black African music. This pure happiness is also the subject of this fourth African suite. The special feature of this music is that it both describes the feeling of...
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Score and Five Parts. First Movement: Kinokero Second Movement: Kinyongo Third Movement: Jamboree Anyone who has ever heard records by Dumisani Maraire or Abdullah Ibrahim knows that no other music can convey pure happiness like black African music. This pure happiness is also the subject of this fourth African suite. The special feature of this music is that it both describes the feeling of...
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This is the version of Vitambo via moyo for recorder quartet ATTB. Score and Four Parts.
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African Suite No. 15 For Recorder Quartet SATB First Movement: Usiogope (Don't be afraid) Second Movement: Siku siyo mbali (The Day is not far) Third Movement: 3. Satz: Hivyo ndivyo (That's it!) Score and Four Parts Wakati njema in Kisuaheli means The Best Moment. I chose this title according to the African proverb: "The best moment to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The second best moment is now...
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For Recorder Quartet. First movement: Circle Dance (ATBG) Second movement: Sad Song (TBBG) Third movement: Consolation (ATBG) Fourth movement: Simple Solution (ATBG) Ixesha in Xhosa means time, and this refers to the African Proverb: "The Europeans have the clock, the Africans have the time." I tried to capture this different, floating, African feeling of time in this work. All four movements are...
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For Recorder Trio ATB / TBB / AAT I wrote Suite grotèsque in 1996 for the Flutes ensemble, which premiered the piece in Hamburg on 25/5/1997. The first movement, Tokatokatta, is an impelling toccata for recorders, essentially 100 variations to the rhythm introduced in the first two bars, and which is thus not easy to forget. During the piece, the harmony changes from a cool, modal quartal harmony...
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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...
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