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Thomas  Larcher

Born: September 16th, 1963
Country of origin: Austria
Upcoming :
Conductor: Hannu Lintu
Orchestra: Tonkünstler-Orchester Niederösterreich
2019-12-01 | Vienna (Austria), Musikverein. Großer Saal — 19.30
Conductor: Hannu Lintu
Orchestra: Tonkünstler-Orchester Niederösterreich
2019-12-02 | St. Pölten (Austria), Festspielhaus — 19.30

His extraordinary, arresting, communicative music is one of this century’s wonders. The Times

Thomas Larcher stands out as one of the most imaginative voices in classical music today. Born in Innsbruck in 1963, Larcher grew up in Austrian Tyrol and studied composition and piano in Vienna. His music is inventive and captivating, as he combines contemplative harmonies with extended performance techniques – at once experimental and responsive to tradition.

Larcher’s early works are characterized by his preoccupation with the piano and its tonal qualities, with compositions such as Naunz for piano solo (1989), Kraken for violin, cello and piano (1994/5), Mumien for cello and piano (2001). A series of string quartets, Cold Farmer (1999), Ixxu (1998-2004), Madhares (2006/7) and Lucid Dreams (2015) a string quartet for the Belcea Quartet’s twentieth anniversary season, continued his path of exploration. The quartets contain highly original sounds, often derived from extended string playing techniques.

Larcher began using the colourful timbres of the orchestra, starting with his solo concertos Still (2002) for viola and orchestra, Böse Zellen for piano and chamber orchestra (2006), and the Violin Concerto (2008) written for Isabelle Faust. The cello concerto Ouroboros (2016), written for the cellist Jean-Guihen Queyras and chamber orchestra was commissioned by Amsterdam Sinfonietta, Swedish Chamber Orchestra, Lausanne Chamber Orchestra, Norwegian Chamber Orchestra, Munich Chamber Orchestra and Hong Kong Sinfonietta.

His first large orchestral score, written for the San Francisco Symphony in 2011 and conducted by Osmo Vänskä, was Red and Green (2010), a pair of movements with contrasting tonal colouring. Critic Stephen Smoliar commented The result is a highly unique listening experience with a perfectly valid aesthetic of beauty…my only regret was having but one opportunity to experience this stunning music. Later that year, the Double Concerto (2011) for violin and cello was commissioned and premiered at the BBC Proms with Viktoria Mullova and Matthew Barley under the direction of Ilan Volkov, for which Larcher was awarded a 2012 British Composer Awards in the International category. Larcher’s most ambitious orchestral work to date, Symphony No.2 ‘Kenotaph’ (2015-16), was premiered in 2016 by the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra and Semyon Bychkov. The work has since been performed by the Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin with Robin Ticciati in their 17/18 season opening concert, Netherlands Radio Orchestra with Markus Stenz, Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra with Hannu Lintu, and by Bychkov with Munich Philharmonic, the BBC Symphony Orchestra at the BBC Proms, and the New York Philharmonic. Larcher’s most recent orchestral work Chiasma (2017), written for the Gewandhausorchester Leipzig and Andris Nelsons, premiered in spring 2018.

Larcher’s skill in writing for the voice is evident in his astonishing and highly original works for ensemble and orchestra including My Illness is the Medicine I Need (2002) for soprano and piano trio, a much performed work that has recently been arranged by the composer in a version for chamber orchestra; Heute (2005) for soprano and orchestra; and Die Nacht der Verlorenen (2008) for Matthias Goerne and London Sinfonietta. In 2014, A Padmore Cycle (2010-2011), originally for tenor and prepared piano, was recomposed as an orchestral score with voice and was premiered by the BBCSO under Edward Gardner in November 2014, and in 2015 Alle Tage (2010-2015) for baritone and orchestra was premiered by Matthias Goerne with Jaap van Sweden and the Netherlands Radio Orchestra at the Concertgebouw Amsterdam.

Larcher’s first opera Das Jagdgewehr (The Hunting Gun) (2016-2018), based on a short story by Yasushi Inoue, was commissioned by the Bregenz Festival. The world premiere was presented at the festival in 2018 with Ensemble Modern conducted by Michael Boder and directed by Karl Markovics. The opera was co-produced by the Aldeburgh Festival where it received its UK premiere in 2019 with Ryan Wigglesworth conducting the Knussen Chamber Orchestra. Geoff Brown in The Times wrote at first glance this opera might well be a masterpiece.

Larcher has been Composer in Residence at the Vienna Konzerthaus, the Mozarteum Orchester, Wigmore Hall, and many festivals including Bregenz, Aldeburgh, Davos, Heimbach, Risör, Mondsee and Bantry. He was a featured composer with BBC Symphony Orchestra over the 18/19 season, and will be Composer in Residence at the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam for the 19/20 season. In 2015, Larcher received the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center’s Elise L. Stoeger Prize 2014/15, awarded every two years in recognition of significant contributions to the field of chamber music composition and in November 2018, Larcher was the recipient of the Ernst Krenek Prize from the city of Vienna. His Symphony No.2 was awarded the 2018 Le Prix de Composition Musicale by Fondation Prince Pierre (Monaco).

Larcher is highly regarded as a pianist; his repertoire is broad, ranging from his Schubert/Schönberg CD with ECM to accompanying Mark Padmore in Schubert's Schwanengesang. Through thoughtful programming that reveals links, contrasts and comparisons, he has a special ability to cast new light on the established repertoire whilst his performances of the music of our time are particularly illuminating.

In 1994 Larcher founded the festival ‘Klangspuren’, now an international renowned festival for contemporary music. He stepped down in 2003 to establish the Swarowski ‘Music im Riesen‘ festival in Wattens, Austria which he still runs, a gathering of the best international chamber musicians in May each year.

In recent years Larcher has begun conducting, working with orchestras such as Munich Chamber Orchestra, Mozarteum Orchester, Netherlands Radio Kammerphilharmonie and with soloists including Isabelle Faust and Igor Levit.

Thomas Larcher’s works have been recorded on ECM and Harmonia Mundi. His recordings have been awarded several international prizes, including the Preis der deutschen Schallplattenkritik, the Choc de la musique and the Diapason d’Or.

1963
Born in Innsbruck, Austria on 16 September
1981-86
Studies composition and piano at the Musikhochschule in Vienna
1994-2003
Founder and director of "KLANGSPUREN" contemporary music festival
2002
Premiere of "My Illness is the Medicine I Need" for soprano and piano trio (Juliane Banse, Christian Tetzlaff, Nikolaj Schneider, Thomas Larcher)
2003
Premiere of "Still" for viola and orchestra (Kim Kashkashian, Stuttgarter Kammerorchester, Dennis Russell Davies)
2004
Founder and director of the chamber music festival "Music im Riesen" in Wattens, Austria
2006
Premiere of "Böse Zellen" for piano and chamber orchestra (Thomas Larcher, Münchener Kammerorchester, Dennis Russell Davies)

Composer in Residence at the Mondsee Festival
2007
Awarded Preis der Deutschen Schallplattenkritik
2008
Premiere of "Die Nacht der Verlorenen" for baritone and ensemble (Matthias Goerne, London Sinfonietta, Martyn Brabbins)
2009
Premiere of "Konzert für Violine und Orchester" (Isabelle Faust, ORF Radio-Symphonieorchester Wien, Bertrand de Billy)
2011
Premiere of "Red and Green" for orchestra (San Francisco Symphony, Osmo Vänskä)

Thomas Larcher Day at Wigmore Hall
2011-12
Residencies with the Mozarteumsorchester Salzburg and Konzerthaus Wien
2012
Premiere of "Konzert für Violine, Violoncello und Orchester" (Viktoria Mullova, Matthew Barley, BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, Ilan Volkov) which wins a British Music Award 2012
2014
Premiere of "A Padmore Cycle", orchestral version (Mark Padmore, BBC Symphony Orchestra, Ed Gardner)
2015
Awarded Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center’s Elise L. Stoeger Prize 2014/15.

Premiere of "Alle Tage" for baritone and orchestra (Matthias Goerne, Netherlands Radio Philharmonic Orchestra, Jaap van Zweden)
2016
Premiere of "Ouroboros" for cello and chamber orchestra (Jean-Guihen Queyras, Amsterdam Sinfonietta)

Premiere of Symphony No. 2 “Kenotaph” (Wiener Philharmoniker, Semyon Bychkov)
2018
Premiere of "The Hunting Gun" (Michael Boder, Ensemble Modern)
2018
Prix de Composition Musicale of the Fondation Prince Pierre de Monaco for Symphony No. 2 "Kenotaph"
Conductor: Hannu Lintu
Orchestra: Tonkünstler-Orchester Niederösterreich
2019-12-01 | Vienna (Austria), Musikverein. Großer Saal — 19.30
Conductor: Hannu Lintu
Orchestra: Tonkünstler-Orchester Niederösterreich
2019-12-02 | St. Pölten (Austria), Festspielhaus — 19.30
Conductor: Hannu Lintu
Orchestra: Tonkünstler-Orchester Niederösterreich
2019-12-03 | Vienna (Austria), Musikverein. Großer Saal — 19.30
Conductor: Andrés Orozco-Estrada
Orchestra: hr-Sinfonieorchester
2020-01-16 | Frankfurt (Germany), Alte Oper — 20:00
Conductor: Andrés Orozco-Estrada
Orchestra: hr-Sinfonieorchester
2020-01-17 | Frankfurt (Germany), Alte Oper — 20:00
Conductor: Thomas Larcher
Orchestra: Tonkünstler-Orchester Niederösterreich
2020-02-21 | Baden (Austria)
Conductor: Thomas Larcher
Orchestra: Tonkünstler-Orchester Niederösterreich
2020-02-22 | Wiener Neustadt (Austria)
Conductor: Michael Boder
Orchestra: Ensemble Modern
2020-03-17 | Amsterdam (Netherlands), Dutch National Opera — 20.00 | national Premiere
Conductor: Michael Boder
Orchestra: Ensemble Modern
2020-03-19 | Amsterdam (Netherlands), Dutch National Opera — 20.00
Orchestra: Asko|Schönberg Ensemble
2020-04-02 | Amsterdam (Netherlands), Concertgebouw — 20.15
Orchestra: Asko|Schönberg Ensemble
2020-04-09 | Den Haag (Netherlands), Koninklijk Conservatorium — 16.30
Conductor: Rafael Payare
Orchestra: NDR Radiophilharmonie
2020-04-23 | Hannover (Germany), NDR, Großer Sendesaal
Conductor: Rafael Payare
Orchestra: NDR Radiophilharmonie
2020-04-24 | Hannover (Germany), NDR, Großer Sendesaal
Orchestra: Ensemble 10/10
2020-05-28 | Liverpool (United Kingdom), St George's Hall Concert Room — 19.30
2020-09-19 | Icking (Germany)

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  1. Cold Farmer

    Cold Farmer

    for string quartet
    Composer : Larcher, Thomas
    Instrumentation : string quartet
    Edition : score and parts
    Order No. : ED 9968
    €21.50  *
  2. Vier Seiten

    Vier Seiten

    for solo cello
    Composer : Larcher, Thomas
    Instrumentation : cello
    Order No. : CB 269
    €9.00  *
  3. Lyrical Lights in preparation

    Lyrical Lights

    for tenor, clarinet and electronics
    Composer : Larcher, Thomas
    Instrumentation : tenor, clarinet and electronics
    Edition : score and parts with CD
    Language : English
    Order No. : ED 13671
    €19.99  *
  4. Klavierstück 1986 in preparation

    Klavierstück 1986

    for solo piano
    Composer : Larcher, Thomas
    Instrumentation : piano
    Order No. : ED 13708
    €12.99  *

    Out of stock

  5. Splinters in preparation

    Splinters

    Sonata for cello and piano
    Composer : Larcher, Thomas
    Instrumentation : cello and piano
    Edition : score and part
    Order No. : ED 13724
    €20.00  *

    Out of stock

  6. Heute

    Heute

    for soprano and orchestra
    Composer : Larcher, Thomas
    Instrumentation : soprano and orchestra
    Edition : performance material
    Language : German
  7. "Wie der Euro nach Bern kam und wie er wieder verschwand"

    for 14 strings
    Composer : Larcher, Thomas
    Instrumentation : 14 strings
    Edition : performance material
  8. My Illness is the Medicine I Need

    My Illness is the Medicine I Need

    for soprano and ensemble
    Composer : Larcher, Thomas
    Instrumentation : soprano and ensemble
    Edition : performance material
    Language : English
  9. Thomas Larcher

    Thomas Larcher

    Composer Brochure
    Composer : Larcher, Thomas
    Order No. : KAT 769-99
    €0.00  *
  10. Mumien

    Mumien

    for cello and piano
    Composer : Larcher, Thomas
    Instrumentation : cello and piano
    Order No. : CB 182
    €17.99  *

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Profile

His extraordinary, arresting, communicative music is one of this century’s wonders. The Times

Thomas Larcher stands out as one of the most imaginative voices in classical music today. Born in Innsbruck in 1963, Larcher grew up in Austrian Tyrol and studied composition and piano in Vienna. His music is inventive and captivating, as he combines contemplative harmonies with extended performance techniques – at once experimental and responsive to tradition.

Larcher’s early works are characterized by his preoccupation with the piano and its tonal qualities, with compositions such as Naunz for piano solo (1989), Kraken for violin, cello and piano (1994/5), Mumien for cello and piano (2001). A series of string quartets, Cold Farmer (1999), Ixxu (1998-2004), Madhares (2006/7) and Lucid Dreams (2015) a string quartet for the Belcea Quartet’s twentieth anniversary season, continued his path of exploration. The quartets contain highly original sounds, often derived from extended string playing techniques.

Larcher began using the colourful timbres of the orchestra, starting with his solo concertos Still (2002) for viola and orchestra, Böse Zellen for piano and chamber orchestra (2006), and the Violin Concerto (2008) written for Isabelle Faust. The cello concerto Ouroboros (2016), written for the cellist Jean-Guihen Queyras and chamber orchestra was commissioned by Amsterdam Sinfonietta, Swedish Chamber Orchestra, Lausanne Chamber Orchestra, Norwegian Chamber Orchestra, Munich Chamber Orchestra and Hong Kong Sinfonietta.

His first large orchestral score, written for the San Francisco Symphony in 2011 and conducted by Osmo Vänskä, was Red and Green (2010), a pair of movements with contrasting tonal colouring. Critic Stephen Smoliar commented The result is a highly unique listening experience with a perfectly valid aesthetic of beauty…my only regret was having but one opportunity to experience this stunning music. Later that year, the Double Concerto (2011) for violin and cello was commissioned and premiered at the BBC Proms with Viktoria Mullova and Matthew Barley under the direction of Ilan Volkov, for which Larcher was awarded a 2012 British Composer Awards in the International category. Larcher’s most ambitious orchestral work to date, Symphony No.2 ‘Kenotaph’ (2015-16), was premiered in 2016 by the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra and Semyon Bychkov. The work has since been performed by the Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin with Robin Ticciati in their 17/18 season opening concert, Netherlands Radio Orchestra with Markus Stenz, Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra with Hannu Lintu, and by Bychkov with Munich Philharmonic, the BBC Symphony Orchestra at the BBC Proms, and the New York Philharmonic. Larcher’s most recent orchestral work Chiasma (2017), written for the Gewandhausorchester Leipzig and Andris Nelsons, premiered in spring 2018.

Larcher’s skill in writing for the voice is evident in his astonishing and highly original works for ensemble and orchestra including My Illness is the Medicine I Need (2002) for soprano and piano trio, a much performed work that has recently been arranged by the composer in a version for chamber orchestra; Heute (2005) for soprano and orchestra; and Die Nacht der Verlorenen (2008) for Matthias Goerne and London Sinfonietta. In 2014, A Padmore Cycle (2010-2011), originally for tenor and prepared piano, was recomposed as an orchestral score with voice and was premiered by the BBCSO under Edward Gardner in November 2014, and in 2015 Alle Tage (2010-2015) for baritone and orchestra was premiered by Matthias Goerne with Jaap van Sweden and the Netherlands Radio Orchestra at the Concertgebouw Amsterdam.

Larcher’s first opera Das Jagdgewehr (The Hunting Gun) (2016-2018), based on a short story by Yasushi Inoue, was commissioned by the Bregenz Festival. The world premiere was presented at the festival in 2018 with Ensemble Modern conducted by Michael Boder and directed by Karl Markovics. The opera was co-produced by the Aldeburgh Festival where it received its UK premiere in 2019 with Ryan Wigglesworth conducting the Knussen Chamber Orchestra. Geoff Brown in The Times wrote at first glance this opera might well be a masterpiece.

Larcher has been Composer in Residence at the Vienna Konzerthaus, the Mozarteum Orchester, Wigmore Hall, and many festivals including Bregenz, Aldeburgh, Davos, Heimbach, Risör, Mondsee and Bantry. He was a featured composer with BBC Symphony Orchestra over the 18/19 season, and will be Composer in Residence at the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam for the 19/20 season. In 2015, Larcher received the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center’s Elise L. Stoeger Prize 2014/15, awarded every two years in recognition of significant contributions to the field of chamber music composition and in November 2018, Larcher was the recipient of the Ernst Krenek Prize from the city of Vienna. His Symphony No.2 was awarded the 2018 Le Prix de Composition Musicale by Fondation Prince Pierre (Monaco).

Larcher is highly regarded as a pianist; his repertoire is broad, ranging from his Schubert/Schönberg CD with ECM to accompanying Mark Padmore in Schubert's Schwanengesang. Through thoughtful programming that reveals links, contrasts and comparisons, he has a special ability to cast new light on the established repertoire whilst his performances of the music of our time are particularly illuminating.

In 1994 Larcher founded the festival ‘Klangspuren’, now an international renowned festival for contemporary music. He stepped down in 2003 to establish the Swarowski ‘Music im Riesen‘ festival in Wattens, Austria which he still runs, a gathering of the best international chamber musicians in May each year.

In recent years Larcher has begun conducting, working with orchestras such as Munich Chamber Orchestra, Mozarteum Orchester, Netherlands Radio Kammerphilharmonie and with soloists including Isabelle Faust and Igor Levit.

Thomas Larcher’s works have been recorded on ECM and Harmonia Mundi. His recordings have been awarded several international prizes, including the Preis der deutschen Schallplattenkritik, the Choc de la musique and the Diapason d’Or.

Works
Chronology
1963
Born in Innsbruck, Austria on 16 September
1981-86
Studies composition and piano at the Musikhochschule in Vienna
1994-2003
Founder and director of "KLANGSPUREN" contemporary music festival
2002
Premiere of "My Illness is the Medicine I Need" for soprano and piano trio (Juliane Banse, Christian Tetzlaff, Nikolaj Schneider, Thomas Larcher)
2003
Premiere of "Still" for viola and orchestra (Kim Kashkashian, Stuttgarter Kammerorchester, Dennis Russell Davies)
2004
Founder and director of the chamber music festival "Music im Riesen" in Wattens, Austria
2006
Premiere of "Böse Zellen" for piano and chamber orchestra (Thomas Larcher, Münchener Kammerorchester, Dennis Russell Davies)

Composer in Residence at the Mondsee Festival
2007
Awarded Preis der Deutschen Schallplattenkritik
2008
Premiere of "Die Nacht der Verlorenen" for baritone and ensemble (Matthias Goerne, London Sinfonietta, Martyn Brabbins)
2009
Premiere of "Konzert für Violine und Orchester" (Isabelle Faust, ORF Radio-Symphonieorchester Wien, Bertrand de Billy)
2011
Premiere of "Red and Green" for orchestra (San Francisco Symphony, Osmo Vänskä)

Thomas Larcher Day at Wigmore Hall
2011-12
Residencies with the Mozarteumsorchester Salzburg and Konzerthaus Wien
2012
Premiere of "Konzert für Violine, Violoncello und Orchester" (Viktoria Mullova, Matthew Barley, BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, Ilan Volkov) which wins a British Music Award 2012
2014
Premiere of "A Padmore Cycle", orchestral version (Mark Padmore, BBC Symphony Orchestra, Ed Gardner)
2015
Awarded Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center’s Elise L. Stoeger Prize 2014/15.

Premiere of "Alle Tage" for baritone and orchestra (Matthias Goerne, Netherlands Radio Philharmonic Orchestra, Jaap van Zweden)
2016
Premiere of "Ouroboros" for cello and chamber orchestra (Jean-Guihen Queyras, Amsterdam Sinfonietta)

Premiere of Symphony No. 2 “Kenotaph” (Wiener Philharmoniker, Semyon Bychkov)
2018
Premiere of "The Hunting Gun" (Michael Boder, Ensemble Modern)
2018
Prix de Composition Musicale of the Fondation Prince Pierre de Monaco for Symphony No. 2 "Kenotaph"
Performances
Conductor: Hannu Lintu
Orchestra: Tonkünstler-Orchester Niederösterreich
2019-12-01 | Vienna (Austria), Musikverein. Großer Saal — 19.30
Conductor: Hannu Lintu
Orchestra: Tonkünstler-Orchester Niederösterreich
2019-12-02 | St. Pölten (Austria), Festspielhaus — 19.30
Conductor: Hannu Lintu
Orchestra: Tonkünstler-Orchester Niederösterreich
2019-12-03 | Vienna (Austria), Musikverein. Großer Saal — 19.30
Conductor: Andrés Orozco-Estrada
Orchestra: hr-Sinfonieorchester
2020-01-16 | Frankfurt (Germany), Alte Oper — 20:00
Conductor: Andrés Orozco-Estrada
Orchestra: hr-Sinfonieorchester
2020-01-17 | Frankfurt (Germany), Alte Oper — 20:00
Conductor: Thomas Larcher
Orchestra: Tonkünstler-Orchester Niederösterreich
2020-02-21 | Baden (Austria)
Conductor: Thomas Larcher
Orchestra: Tonkünstler-Orchester Niederösterreich
2020-02-22 | Wiener Neustadt (Austria)
Conductor: Michael Boder
Orchestra: Ensemble Modern
2020-03-17 | Amsterdam (Netherlands), Dutch National Opera — 20.00 | national Premiere
Conductor: Michael Boder
Orchestra: Ensemble Modern
2020-03-19 | Amsterdam (Netherlands), Dutch National Opera — 20.00
Orchestra: Asko|Schönberg Ensemble
2020-04-02 | Amsterdam (Netherlands), Concertgebouw — 20.15
Orchestra: Asko|Schönberg Ensemble
2020-04-09 | Den Haag (Netherlands), Koninklijk Conservatorium — 16.30
Conductor: Rafael Payare
Orchestra: NDR Radiophilharmonie
2020-04-23 | Hannover (Germany), NDR, Großer Sendesaal
Conductor: Rafael Payare
Orchestra: NDR Radiophilharmonie
2020-04-24 | Hannover (Germany), NDR, Großer Sendesaal
Orchestra: Ensemble 10/10
2020-05-28 | Liverpool (United Kingdom), St George's Hall Concert Room — 19.30
2020-09-19 | Icking (Germany)
Gallery Products

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  1. Cold Farmer

    Cold Farmer

    for string quartet
    Composer : Larcher, Thomas
    Instrumentation : string quartet
    Edition : score and parts
    Order No. : ED 9968
    €21.50  *
  2. Vier Seiten

    Vier Seiten

    for solo cello
    Composer : Larcher, Thomas
    Instrumentation : cello
    Order No. : CB 269
    €9.00  *
  3. Lyrical Lights in preparation

    Lyrical Lights

    for tenor, clarinet and electronics
    Composer : Larcher, Thomas
    Instrumentation : tenor, clarinet and electronics
    Edition : score and parts with CD
    Language : English
    Order No. : ED 13671
    €19.99  *
  4. Klavierstück 1986 in preparation

    Klavierstück 1986

    for solo piano
    Composer : Larcher, Thomas
    Instrumentation : piano
    Order No. : ED 13708
    €12.99  *

    Out of stock

  5. Splinters in preparation

    Splinters

    Sonata for cello and piano
    Composer : Larcher, Thomas
    Instrumentation : cello and piano
    Edition : score and part
    Order No. : ED 13724
    €20.00  *

    Out of stock

  6. Heute

    Heute

    for soprano and orchestra
    Composer : Larcher, Thomas
    Instrumentation : soprano and orchestra
    Edition : performance material
    Language : German
  7. "Wie der Euro nach Bern kam und wie er wieder verschwand"

    for 14 strings
    Composer : Larcher, Thomas
    Instrumentation : 14 strings
    Edition : performance material
  8. My Illness is the Medicine I Need

    My Illness is the Medicine I Need

    for soprano and ensemble
    Composer : Larcher, Thomas
    Instrumentation : soprano and ensemble
    Edition : performance material
    Language : English
  9. Thomas Larcher

    Thomas Larcher

    Composer Brochure
    Composer : Larcher, Thomas
    Order No. : KAT 769-99
    €0.00  *
  10. Mumien

    Mumien

    for cello and piano
    Composer : Larcher, Thomas
    Instrumentation : cello and piano
    Order No. : CB 182
    €17.99  *

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