Five discs of 20th century guitar music. Composers include Baev, Biberian, Cavallone, Gilardino, Manen, Migot, Porquedli, Rozsa, and Uhl.
The violinist reads from the score.
A 1952 recording of this opera, conducted by Kurt Tenner. Featuring Walter Berry, Waldemar Kmentt and Fritz Uhl.
Music by Cesar Bresgen, Leonardo de Call, Mauro Giuliani, Jan Truhlar, and Alfred Uhl. With Maroje Brcic, guitar.
Riner performs music by Tadeusz Kassern, Jindrich Feld, Miklos Rozsa, and Daunta Uhl. With Theresa Bogard, piano.
The Fell Clarinet Quartet performs music by Graham Fitkin, Eddie McGuire, Pierre Max Dubois, Alfred Uhl, and others. Includes four world premiere recordings.
A native of the former Yugoslavia, Jevtic studied in Paris with Messiaen and in Vienna with Alfred Uhl. The concerto is dedicated to his sister, Mira.
Film of a production of the Deutsche Oper Berlin. Featuring Manuela Uhl, Mark Delavan, and others. Conducted by Andrew Litton. Directed for the stage by Kirsten Harms.
Performers: Anneliese Rothenberger, Cacilie Reich, Carl Hoppe, Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, Erich Ringel, Eva Maria Rogner, Fritz Uhl, Georg Paskuda, Horst Gunter, Ira Malaniuk, Karl Christian Kohn, Karl Mücke, Lisa della Casa, Matthias Mertes, Walter Carnuth, Walter Ehrengut, Walther Matthes.
Commissioned by Centre National de Recherche de Boulogne-Billancourt. After completing his studies at the Belgrade Academy of Music, Jevtic continnued his training in Paris with Olivier Messiaen and in Vienna with Alfred Uhl. Duration: 10 minutes.
Also: Notturno for Harp, Solo Violin and Strings --6 Lieder, Op. 8 --Schoenberg's arrangement of Bach's Prelude and Fugue, BWV 552. With soprano Manuela Uhl and the Beethoven Orchestra of Bonn. SACD.
Filmed live at the 2010 Baden Baden Festival. Featuring Linda Watson, Jane Henschel, Manuela Uhl, and others. Christian Thielemann conducts the Philharmonia Chor Wien and Münchner Philharmoniker. Directed for the stage by Herbert Wernicke.
Film of a production of the Deutsche Oper Berlin. Featuring Manuela Uhl, Mark Delavan, and others. Conducted by Andrew Litton. Directed for the stage by Kirsten Harms. On two DVDs.
Edited by Gerhardt Uhle. This Christmas work was composed on a text by Kurt Arnold Findeisen. With a preface and biographical note in German and English. The music was composed for the Dresden Kreuzchor. This edition contains a score as well as a separate piano part.