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Pianomusic:

1632 mp3's with 64 hours digital interpretation of demanding less known pianomusic in the sound of precious modern concert grand pianos

 

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historical Keyboards:

937 mp3's with 43 hours digital Interpretation of compositions on sampled original instruments of their time

 

Symphonik

Orchestral music:

233 mp3's with 22 hours digital interpretation of demanding and rare orchestral music 

 

Kammermusik

Chambermusic:

185 mp3's with 12 hours digitale interpretation of demanding mostly seldom heard Chambermusic

 

Instrumentalkonzerte

Concertos:

118 mp3's with 12 hours digital interpretation of demanding rarely or never before recorded music for soloist and orchestra

 

Vokalmusik

Vocalmusic:

363 mp3's with 11 hours digital Interpretation of demanding less known music with voices

 

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Pop, Jazz:

22 mp3's with 80 minutes Experiments with the roots of digital musicproduction in Pop, Rock and Jazz

 

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hundert
 

3354 mp3's with together approx. 150 hours duration and further ca. 1000 others in preparation

variety of musical topics
 

more than 30 different topics followed over more than 400 Years musical history

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57 hours "unsung" music from over 4 Centuries

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2517 mp3's in completly recorded workgroups

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more than 30 large-scale Projects already realised and more than 20 prepared.

Infoslides for two examples of digital Interpretation (please click on the pictures):

a) E.Franck Impromptu op.10,1

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op.10,1 - 1: unedited midifile

op.10,1 - 2: Mp3 after editing in the sequencer

b) F.Draesekes Orchestrapiece Frithjof WoO 7

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Frithjof -  1: unedited Midifile from the notationsoftware

Frithjof - 2: Mp3 from the sequencer after editing

 

Youth: The first Pianolesson I received when I was five years old from Miss Teichmann in Goettingen'/Germany. The lady impressed me from the first lesson, since she was as livly as only Italians could be. She came from Itatly before she married a german. After her Death I change to her former student Gerrit Zitterbart .
Pianostudies: After School I studied the piano at the University of Music and Performing Arts (=KUG) in Graz/Austria with Prof. Sebastian Benda (See him in the Youtubevideo from an Edwin Fisher Masterclass). In several interpretationcourses and masterclasses I received some additional advises from Einaar Steen Noekleberg , Hans Leygraf , Lew Naumov, Jürgen Uhde, Tibor Hazay und Peter Feuchtwanger . Beside the classical Piano I studied at the KUG Graz at the the same time Jazzpiano with Harry Neuwirth and paricipated during those studies Workshops with Bobby McFerrin , Bill Dobbins, Richie Beirach and others.
 
Musicology: After acheeving the permission to teach Piano at the KUG/Graz I changed to the F.U. Berlin where I graduate in musicology with Prof. Rudolf Stephan and achieved a Masterdegree with an Analysis of a large Work for Choir and orchestra by the german romantic composer Felix Draeseke and became doctor in musicology with a monographical thesis about one of the very few students of Johannes Brahms Robert Kahn .
(More information about me in german...)

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43 Hob.XVI:1 aus: Die frühen Sonaten (ca. 1760–1767)

35 Rachmaninoff: Paganini Rhapsodie

30 Clara Schumann: Impomptu op.9

29 Hob.XVI:1 aus: Die frühen Sonaten (ca. 1760–1767)

20 Pachelbel Aria mit 4 Variationen (1689)

18 Felix Draeseke: Walzer-Scherzo op.5 Nr.2

17 Jean Louis Nicodé: "Das Meer"

17 Alban Berg 3 Orchesterstücke op.6

15 Jean Louis Nicodé: "Gloria !"

14 1. Preludio, Etudes d’exécution transcendante

13 Draeseke: Fantasie op.8 über Themen aus Boieldieus La Dame blanche

12 W.A.Mozart: Adagio Kv 617 für Glasharmonika, Flöte, Oboe, Viola und Violoncello

10 Goldbergvariationen BWV 988 (Cembalo)

9 Felix Draeseke: Frithjof WoO 7

9 2. Präludium und Fuge c-Moll, BWV 847

8 A.Scriabin: Symphonie Nr.5 "Prométhée - Poème du feu"

8 Franz Schmidt (1874-1939) Scherzo aus Str.-quartett in A

8 Hob.XVI:2 aus: Die frühen Sonaten (ca. 1760–1767)

7 Janacek "Intime Briefe" 1. Satz

7 Johann Sebastian Bach: Fuge für Lautenwerck g-Moll BWV 1000

7 Hob.XVI:49 aus: Zwei Sonaten (1789/90)

7 Italienisches Konzert F-Dur BWV 971 (Steinway)

7 Goldbergvariationen BWV 988 (Steinway)

7 Felix Draeseke: Walzer-Nocturne op.5 Nr.1

6 Georg A. Benda Klavierkonzert G-Dur L-688 (ca. 1740)

6 Martin Kollas: 6 Miniaturen für zwei Klarinetten

6 Giovanni Gabrieli: Ricercar

6 Claudio Merulo Secondo Tuono Toccata Terza

6 Italienisches Konzert F-Dur BWV 971 (Cembalo)

6 Hob.XVI:2 aus: Die frühen Sonaten (ca. 1760–1767)

6 Hob.XVI:4 aus: Die frühen Sonaten (ca. 1760–1767)

6 Hob.XVI:34 aus: Drei Sonaten (um 1780)

6 Partita B-major BWV 825 (Steinway)

6 Sonate ohne Hobockenzahl in Es Nr.2 (1760-1767)

6 Heavy Paganini