This piece, an hommage to Brahms, was premiered at the Bergedorfer Schlosskonzerte, August 1982. The music contains melodic passages as well as more atmospheric sections. With a performance note for the horn. Duration ca. 21 minutes.
Contents: Trio in E flat major, Op. 40 / Brahms -- Solo X for horn / Kalevo Aho -- Trio for Violin, Horn and Piano / Ligeti. With Antje Weithaas, violin; and Silke Avenhaus, piano. SACD.
Contents: Trio für Waldenhorn, Violine und Klavier, Op. 40 / Brahms -- Trio für Violine, Horn und Klavier / Ligeti -- Quatre petites pieces pour piano, violon et cor / Koechlin.
Three pieces for twelve car horns from Ligeti's large-scale opera. With performance notes in German and English. The horns should all differ in pitch and/or sound, and are played by hands and feet.
Commissioned by the ZEIT-Foundation Ebelin and Gerd Bucerius, Hamburg. This is a suite of seven movements; the first six movements were premiered in 2001, the 7th in 2002. Marie Luise Neunecker was the soloist both times. With performance notes. Duration ca. 15 minutes.
Performance notes in the score, German and English. An homage to Brahms, premiered in 1982 at the Bergedorfer Castle. Duration: ca. 22 min.
Piano reduction by Olga Kroupova and Miroslav Kroupa. Contents: I. Praeludium -- II. Signale, Tanz, Choral -- III. Aria, Aksak, Hoketus -- IV. Solo, Intermezzo, Mixtur, Kanon -- V. Spectra -- VI. Capriccio -- VII. Hymnus. Dedicated to Marie Luise Neunecker. Commissioned by the ZEIT-Foundation,…
In one movement. Premiered by KammerensembleN in Stockholm, 1989. The music is an homage to Ligeti and Lutoslawski. Scored for flute, oboe, clarinet, basoon, horn, trumpet, trombone, percussion and string quintet. Printed from the composer's autograph. Duration ca. 13 minutes.
…this book offer analysis of four works: Orchestra Pieces, by Anton Webern -- Quando stanno morendo, Diario polacco N. 2, by Luigi Nono -- Hamburgischen Konzert für Horn solo und Kammerorchester, by György Ligeti -- Lotofagos für Sopran und Kontrabass, by Beat Furrer. With a foreword. Music examples.
…Koci and Ron Wiltrout. Premiered by members of the Yale Philharmonia in May 2007. The music is scored for the same instrumentation as Gyorgy Ligeti's 1969 Chamber Concerto: flute, oboe, clarinet, bass clarinet, horn, tenor trombone, two keyboard players, two violins, viola, cello, and double bass.