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Song der Sängerin / Bad Attitude / Außer Atem / Number Nine I–III / Skelter / Hibernalische Gesänge

Song der Sängerin / Bad Attitude / Außer Atem / Number Nine I–III / Skelter / Hibernalische Gesänge


  • Édition: CD
  • Année: 2000
  • N° Réf.: WER 65432
16,50 €  *
TVA incl. Weight: 0.12 kg

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Description
Moritz Eggert received many international prizes as a pianist and composer (e.g. composition prize of the Salzburg Easter Festival; Schneider/Schott-prize; first prize of the "Ad Referendum" competition in Montreal; Siemens prize for young composers). His concert-length cycle for piano solo, "Hämmerklavier" (see WERGO CD WER 6611-2), has been a great international success with reviewers and audiences alike. His 4th opera, the large-scale piece "Helle Nächte" inspired by tales from the Arabian Nights and Knut Hamsuns "Mysteries" was premièred 1997 at the Munich Biennale and in part published on this CD. Moritz Eggert's music is both serious and filled with humor, it shows that the so-called serious music can easily be enjoyed of. It is not restricted to musical experts, but explicitly meant for the broad public as well. (More information on Mortiz Eggert at: www.moritzeggert.de)

Bayerisches Staatsorchester / Simone Schneider: soprano / Wolfgang Wirsching: baritone / Peter Hirsch: conductor / Sebastian Hess: violoncello - Moritz Eggert: piano / Julia Whybrow: recorders / Philharmonisches Orchester der Stadt Nürnberg / Christian Reuter: conductor / Art Core Sax Quartet / Hibernalia Ensemble / Rupert Huber: conductor
Détails
Contenu du texte: Song der Sängerin aus der Oper 'Helle Nächte'
Bad Attitude für Violoncello und Klavier
Außer Atem für Blockflöte
Number Nine I–III für Orchester
Skelter für Saxophonquartett
Hibernalische Gesänge Vokalquartett
Durée de la performance: 75'3"
EAN: 4010228654325
Maison d'édition: Wergo
Moritz Eggert received many international prizes as a pianist and composer (e.g. composition prize of the Salzburg Easter Festival; Schneider/Schott-prize; first prize of the "Ad Referendum" competition in Montreal; Siemens prize for young composers). His concert-length cycle for piano solo, "Hämmerklavier" (see WERGO CD WER 6611-2), has been a great international success with reviewers and audiences alike. His 4th opera, the large-scale piece "Helle Nächte" inspired by tales from the Arabian Nights and Knut Hamsuns "Mysteries" was premièred 1997 at the Munich Biennale and in part published on this CD. Moritz Eggert's music is both serious and filled with humor, it shows that the so-called serious music can easily be enjoyed of. It is not restricted to musical experts, but explicitly meant for the broad public as well. (More information on Mortiz Eggert at: www.moritzeggert.de)

Bayerisches Staatsorchester / Simone Schneider: soprano / Wolfgang Wirsching: baritone / Peter Hirsch: conductor / Sebastian Hess: violoncello - Moritz Eggert: piano / Julia Whybrow: recorders / Philharmonisches Orchester der Stadt Nürnberg / Christian Reuter: conductor / Art Core Sax Quartet / Hibernalia Ensemble / Rupert Huber: conductor
Contenu du texte: Song der Sängerin aus der Oper 'Helle Nächte'
Bad Attitude für Violoncello und Klavier
Außer Atem für Blockflöte
Number Nine I–III für Orchester
Skelter für Saxophonquartett
Hibernalische Gesänge Vokalquartett
Durée de la performance: 75'3"
EAN: 4010228654325
Maison d'édition: Wergo