Music

For Solo Recorder and Recorder Orchestra. Score and eleven Parts. Siku njema is Kisuaheli and means The Great Day. It is my first piece for solo recorder and recorder orchestra and was inspired by my visit to the NYRO (National Youth Recorder Orchestra) concert in York in the summer of 2015. The solo recorder plays three different recorders - sopranino, bass and alto - during the piece, and...
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For recorder orchestra. Playing time: ten to eleven minutes. Umoya in Xhosa means the wind. Two years ago the Recorder Orchestra Nordwind (north wind) from Hamburg asked me for a composition on this subject, and I let myself drift by it. In the beginning, you hear the wind howl in autumn - I come from Northern Germany, not far from the coast of the North Sea, and there is always a wind coming...
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For Recorder Sextet SATTBG/P 24 Pages, Score and 6 Parts, € 24,90 Playing Time: 7:35 2003, I was asked to write a piece for 12 recorders for the closing concert of the Utrecht recorder festival. Its debut was performed by the Malle Symen Quartett, Brisk Quartett and Amsterdam Loeki Stardust Quartet in Utrecht in 29/5/2004. When I attended the British Premiere by the Ensemble BlockWork, conducted...
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African Suite No. 16. For Recorder Quintet. Score and 5 Parts. Instrumentation: 1st and 3rd Movement: ATTBG 2nd movement: TBBGK 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 sadly my...
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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. 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...
24,90 Euro
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...
24,90 Euro