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Konzertmusik

Konzertmusik

für Violine solo und kleines Kammerorchester


  • Instrumentation: soloviolin and small chamber orchestra
  • Edition: performance material
  • Order No.: LS 6024-01

Description
Schott has published the earliest work composed by Hans Werner Henze: his Konzertmusik for violin and small chamber orchestra, written when he was only 17. It was not until the end of World War II that he was able to devote himself intensively to composition: a short time later, he was signed by Schott.

The composition reveals its inspiration from Paul Hindemith. In its chamber music structure, a series of instruments from the ensemble including flute, trumpet and the first player of violin I repeatedly take on small solo passages and accompany the solo violin in groups of two or three. In the finale however, a ‘genuine’ virtuoso violin concerto unfolds in miniature.
Details
Content text: I
II
III
Performance duration: 13' 0"
Publisher: Schott Music
Year of composition: 1943 - 1944
instrumentation: Fl. · Ob. · Tr. · Pos. (oder Fg.) - Str. (1 · 1 · 1 · 1 · 1 oder 2 · 2 · 2 · 2 · 2)
Performances
Conductor: Vladimir Yaskorski
Orchestra: Clara-Schumann-Philharmoniker Plauen-Zwickau
2022-01-22 | Plauen (Germany), Vogtlandtheater
Conductor: Vladimir Yaskorski
Orchestra: Clara-Schumann-Philharmoniker Plauen-Zwickau
2022-01-21 | Plauen (Germany), Vogtlandtheater
Conductor: Vladimir Yaskorski
Orchestra: Clara-Schumann-Philharmoniker Plauen-Zwickau
2022-01-20 | Zwickau (Germany), Konzert- und Ballhaus Neue Welt
Conductor: Vladimir Yaskorski
Orchestra: Clara-Schumann-Philharmoniker Plauen-Zwickau
2022-01-19 | Zwickau (Germany), Konzert- und Ballhaus Neue Welt
Conductor: Peter Tilling
Orchestra: ensemble risonanze errant / Peter Tilling
2021-12-07 | Hamburg (Germany), Elbphilharmonie, kleiner Saal
Conductor: Peter Tilling
Orchestra: ensemble risonanze errant / Peter Tilling
2021-06-25 | Neustadt an der Weinstraße (Germany), Pauluskirche Hambach
Conductor: Peter Tilling
Orchestra: ensemble risonanze errant / Peter Tilling
2021-02-04 | München (Germany), Studio des Bayerischen Rundfunks — 22:05 | World Premiere
Schott has published the earliest work composed by Hans Werner Henze: his Konzertmusik for violin and small chamber orchestra, written when he was only 17. It was not until the end of World War II that he was able to devote himself intensively to composition: a short time later, he was signed by Schott.

The composition reveals its inspiration from Paul Hindemith. In its chamber music structure, a series of instruments from the ensemble including flute, trumpet and the first player of violin I repeatedly take on small solo passages and accompany the solo violin in groups of two or three. In the finale however, a ‘genuine’ virtuoso violin concerto unfolds in miniature.
Content text: I
II
III
Performance duration: 13' 0"
Publisher: Schott Music
Year of composition: 1943 - 1944
instrumentation: Fl. · Ob. · Tr. · Pos. (oder Fg.) - Str. (1 · 1 · 1 · 1 · 1 oder 2 · 2 · 2 · 2 · 2)
Conductor: Vladimir Yaskorski
Orchestra: Clara-Schumann-Philharmoniker Plauen-Zwickau
2022-01-22 | Plauen (Germany), Vogtlandtheater
Conductor: Vladimir Yaskorski
Orchestra: Clara-Schumann-Philharmoniker Plauen-Zwickau
2022-01-21 | Plauen (Germany), Vogtlandtheater
Conductor: Vladimir Yaskorski
Orchestra: Clara-Schumann-Philharmoniker Plauen-Zwickau
2022-01-20 | Zwickau (Germany), Konzert- und Ballhaus Neue Welt
Conductor: Vladimir Yaskorski
Orchestra: Clara-Schumann-Philharmoniker Plauen-Zwickau
2022-01-19 | Zwickau (Germany), Konzert- und Ballhaus Neue Welt
Conductor: Peter Tilling
Orchestra: ensemble risonanze errant / Peter Tilling
2021-12-07 | Hamburg (Germany), Elbphilharmonie, kleiner Saal
Conductor: Peter Tilling
Orchestra: ensemble risonanze errant / Peter Tilling
2021-06-25 | Neustadt an der Weinstraße (Germany), Pauluskirche Hambach
Conductor: Peter Tilling
Orchestra: ensemble risonanze errant / Peter Tilling
2021-02-04 | München (Germany), Studio des Bayerischen Rundfunks — 22:05 | World Premiere