Music inspired by the 1505 epic poem by Ludovico Ariosto, written and performed by Beatrice Zawodnik, D. M. Visotzky, Barry Guy, Brice Pauset, and Leonardo Garcia Alarcon.
... et Huit Musiciens. Arranged by Brice Pauset.
Staier's performance of Schubert's sonata is bookended by movements of Kontra-Sonate by Brice Pauset.
Mundry co-composed this work with Brice Pauset. A very challenging work full of complex rhythms and meters, contrapuntal textures and extended techniques. With performance notes in German. Printed from manuscript.
Subtitled: L'expression du moi et du temps dans la litterature et la musique au debut du XXe siecle. With a prologue and conclusion.
Dedicated to Peter Szendy, and commissioned by Dresdner Tag der zeitgenoessischen Musik and the Strasbourg Music Festival. Texts by Hegel. Piano part is written for a piano with 92 keys, but ossias are provided for standard keyboards. Notes in French. Complex rhythms. HL 26730.
In two movements. Commissioned by the Opera de Dijon and the Cité de la Musique, Paris. Scored for winds and brass in twos, timpani, and strings. Of advanced difficulty.
In one movement. With performance notes in German. Dedicated to Harry Vogt. Commissioned by Westdeutsche Rundfunk, Köln. Premiered by Nicolas Hodges and the Kölner Philharmonie, March 2007.
In one movement. With a program note in French. Commissioned by Südwestfunk pour les Donaueschingener Musiktage. Premiered by the SWR Sinfonieorchester Baden-Baden und Freiburg. Scored for a large orchestra.
A symphony in seven parts. With program notes in French and English. Commissioned by Festival Why Note 2001. Premiered in Dijon, November 2001. Dedicated to Isabel Mundry. The pianist is encircled by thirteen players. Duration ca. 22 minutes.
With program and performance notes in French, as well as text for the traitements informatiques. Commissioned by IRCAM and the Klangforum Wien. Premiered in Berlin, October 2004. Printed from manuscript.
In one movement. With performance notes in French. Dedicated to David Grimal. Commissioned by Radio France. Premiered in Paris, October 2010 by violinist David Grimal and the Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France. The music was composed as a prelude to Beethoven's Violin Concerto.
In eight movements. Commissioned by Westdeutscher Rundfunk Köln. Premiered in May 2012 by the Philharmonie de Cologne, Arditti Quartet, WDR Rundfunkchor Köln and WDR Sinfonieorchester Köln. The choirs perform a variety of sounds.
In one movement. A highly challenging work, on unidentified text.
In one movement. Commissioned by Opera de Dijon. The music reworks text by Wagner, with dramaturgy by Gertraud Mariam Zotter. Scored for soprano, mezzo-soprano and alto voices, with full orchestra.
In one movement. Commissioned by Opera de Dijon. Text by Stephen Sazio. The music was composed to proceed Wagner's opera, which should follow attaca.
In five movements. Commissioned by the Deutschlandfunk. Premiered in April, 2012 by Dominique Visse, La Capella della Torre, and Ensemble Recherche. Movements two and three are engraved; the others are printed from manuscript.
In one movement. Commissioned by the Transit-Festival voor nieuwe musiek. Premiered by Ensemble Ictus in Louvain, October 2009. The work is scored for bass flute, bass clarinet, contrabassoon, trombone, percussion, guitar, harp, piano, cello and double bass.
In one movement. Dedicated to Klaus Huber. Commissioned by the Lucerne Festival. Premiered by ensemble recherche in Lucerne, September 2014. Printed from manuscript. Duration ca. 8 minutes. Special print edition.
In one movement. Commissioned by the SWR (Donaueschinger Musiktage). Premiered by the SWR Sinfonieorchester Baden-Baden und Freiburg, October 2014. The musicians are divided into four groups. Group 1 is solo voice and solo harpsichord, while the other three are orchestral groups, each including…
Featuring the WEDR Sinfonieorchester Köln, Ensemble Recherche, and the Arditti Quartet.
In one movement. With performance notes in German. Commissioned by the Philharmonie de Cologne. Premiered in September 2011 by pianist Andreas Steier and the Freiburger Barockorchester.
…/ by Bernhard Gander -- The Sublime / by Saed Haddad -- Altbau / by Enno Poppe -- Fiktive Tänze / by Arnulf Herrmann -- Quintet for Groups / by Ben Johnston -- Ich und Du / by Isabel Mundry -- Cire perdue / by Eduoardo Moguillansky -- Die Tänzerin / by Brice Pauset. Various artists. On three SACDs.