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Drohungen

Drohungen


  • Instrumentation: clarinet (also bassclarinet), violin and cello
  • Edition: performance score, 3 performance scores
  • Order No.: ED 9825
€13.00  *
Incl. VAT and excl. shipping Weight: 0.12 kg

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Description
The cycle of 27 lithographs on the Apocalypse of St. John created by Max Beckmann in his Dutch exile in 1941 inspired Benjamin Schweitzer to compose 27 musical ‘sheets’ as well. ‘The pictures are filled with an immediate aggressiveness and, at the same time, often with a strangely reserved symbolism.’ Some of the parts can be played in varying order, ‘almost like one can look at a cycle of pictures in chronological, systematic or random order.’ (Benjamin Schweitzer)
Details
Auftragswerk : Auftragswerk des ensemble phorminx
Binding: Saddle stitching
Difficulty: difficult
ISMN: 979-0-001-13832-1
Performance duration: 14'0"
Publisher: Schott Music
Uraufführung : 14. Januar 2005 Wiesbaden, Museum (D) · ensemble phorminx
Year of composition: 2004
page number: 28
Performances
2017-03-12 | Dresden (Germany), Festspielhaus Hellerau — 11:00
2013-04-16 | München (Germany), Sophiensaal — 17:30
2009-02-20 | Stuttgart (Germany), Staatsgalerie, Vortragssaal — 19.30 Uhr
2006-06-30 | Frankfurt/Main (Germany), Dom, Hochchor — 20.00 Uhr
2005-11-13 | Osnabrück (Germany), Felix-Nußbaum-Haus — 11.30 Uhr
2005-09-25 | Ravensburg (Germany), Schwörsaal im Waaghaus — 20.00 Uhr
2005-04-22 | Darmstadt (Germany), Akademie für Tonkunst — 19.30 Uhr
2005-04-05 | Heidelberg (Germany), Providenzkirche — 20.00 Uhr - Heidelberger Frühling
2005-02-28 | Tübingen (Germany), Sudhaus — 20.00 Uhr - neue musik im sudhaus
2005-02-26 | Goch (Germany), Museum — 19.00 Uhr
2005-01-14 | Wiesbaden (Germany), Museum — 20.00 Uhr | World Premiere
The cycle of 27 lithographs on the Apocalypse of St. John created by Max Beckmann in his Dutch exile in 1941 inspired Benjamin Schweitzer to compose 27 musical ‘sheets’ as well. ‘The pictures are filled with an immediate aggressiveness and, at the same time, often with a strangely reserved symbolism.’ Some of the parts can be played in varying order, ‘almost like one can look at a cycle of pictures in chronological, systematic or random order.’ (Benjamin Schweitzer)
Auftragswerk : Auftragswerk des ensemble phorminx
Binding: Saddle stitching
Difficulty: difficult
ISMN: 979-0-001-13832-1
Performance duration: 14'0"
Publisher: Schott Music
Uraufführung : 14. Januar 2005 Wiesbaden, Museum (D) · ensemble phorminx
Year of composition: 2004
page number: 28
2017-03-12 | Dresden (Germany), Festspielhaus Hellerau — 11:00
2013-04-16 | München (Germany), Sophiensaal — 17:30
2009-02-20 | Stuttgart (Germany), Staatsgalerie, Vortragssaal — 19.30 Uhr
2006-06-30 | Frankfurt/Main (Germany), Dom, Hochchor — 20.00 Uhr
2005-11-13 | Osnabrück (Germany), Felix-Nußbaum-Haus — 11.30 Uhr
2005-09-25 | Ravensburg (Germany), Schwörsaal im Waaghaus — 20.00 Uhr
2005-04-22 | Darmstadt (Germany), Akademie für Tonkunst — 19.30 Uhr
2005-04-05 | Heidelberg (Germany), Providenzkirche — 20.00 Uhr - Heidelberger Frühling
2005-02-28 | Tübingen (Germany), Sudhaus — 20.00 Uhr - neue musik im sudhaus
2005-02-26 | Goch (Germany), Museum — 19.00 Uhr
2005-01-14 | Wiesbaden (Germany), Museum — 20.00 Uhr | World Premiere