Partitions

For Recorder (alto / tenor) and Piano 1. The Flight of the Seagull 2. The Wind from the Sea 3. Alone on 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,...
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African Suite No. 27 For recorder and piano 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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(The Colours of Happiness) For Recorder and Piano First Movement: Desired Departure (Alto and Piano) Second Movement: Illuminated Inside. (Alto and Piano) Third Movement: Infinite Fountain (Soprano and Piano) Fourth Movement: Splendid Surprise (Soprano and Piano) Score and Solo Part. Imibala yenjabulo in Xhosa means The Colours of Happiness. I wrote this suite for the famous recorder player Meng...
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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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For Piano, 4 Hands. The Return of the Three Magi is very pictorial music. It begins at night, in mysterious darkness in a barren Spanish landscape. The camels lazily shuffle along the road. The light gradually changes, dawn breaks, Seville comes into sight, getting closer and closer, initially just a silhouette, then individual houses. The anticipation builds, there are expectations of a long,...
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Score and one (viola) part I composed the Fantasie for viola and piano in February and March 1994 as homage to Bartók and Ravel, these two very opposite kinds of heroes and pioneers of the Early Modern era. For me, this time is the most aesthetically interesting and productive in recent music history – from Stravinsky’s Firebird to Ravel’s piano concert. I believe these aesthetics ended...
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African Suite No. 8 Besetzung: First Movement: Hambela phambili (Move forward!): flute, alto flute, piano Second Movement: Sula Inyembezi (Wipe your tears): bass flute, piccolo flute, piano 3. Satz: Uphethwe yimincili (She is excited): two flutes und piano Injabulo is Xhosa and means Happiness. And indeed I was very happy, when Anna Rheingans, Iris Höfling and Tomoyo Ueda commissioned me to write...
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Die Fantasie für Viola und Klavier pays homage to Bartók and Ravel, these two very opposite kinds of heroes and pioneers of the Early Modern era. For me, this time is the most aesthetically interesting and productive in recent music history – from Stravinsky’s Firebird to Ravel’s piano concert. I believe these aesthetics ended prematurely during the twelve-tone revolution: in the long run, the...
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I didn’t learn “Von fremden Ländern” in a piano lesson or a concert hall, but rather as music in the 1979 film Der Mörder with Olschewski and Westernhagen. In this morbid thriller, Schumann’s music displayed an unbelievable force, and has been stuck in my head ever since. I wrote the 12 variations very quickly in 1988; they are my greatest ever composition, which continues to be remain close to...
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