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For Recorder Quintet ATTBK Score and five Parts I have always been a fan of variations because this form allows me as a composer to combine the strongest formal unity with the sharpest emotional contrasts. My first bigger composition were the 12 Variations on Von fremden Ländern und Menschen for piano solo (1988). 2014 I wrote the 16 Variations on an Irish Jig and 2015 the 12 Variations on an Old...
Oriental Rhapsody for Recorder Orchestra Score and 15 Parts Sn S AAA TT BB Gb KbKBKb (SGB - SKB) In October 2012 I traveled two and a half weeks through Jordan with my kids. The highlight of our trip was a visit to the desert Wadi Rum, known for Lawrence of Arabia, who organized the Arab rebellion against the Ottoman Empire from here during the First World War. The film Lawrence of Arabia was...
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For Piano, 4 Hands. The Return of the Three Magi is very pictorial music. It begins at night, in mysterious darkness in a barren Spanish landscape. The camels lazily shuffle along the road. The light gradually changes, dawn breaks, Seville comes into sight, getting closer and closer, initially just a silhouette, then individual houses. The anticipation builds, there are expectations of a long,...
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Score and one (viola) part I composed the Fantasie for viola and piano in February and March 1994 as homage to Bartók and Ravel, these two very opposite kinds of heroes and pioneers of the Early Modern era. For me, this time is the most aesthetically interesting and productive in recent music history – from Stravinsky’s Firebird to Ravel’s piano concert. I believe these aesthetics ended...
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Anyone who has ever heard records by Dumisani Maraire or Abdullah Ibrahim knows that no other music can convey pure happiness like black African music. This pure happiness is also the subject of this fourth African suite. The special feature of this music is that it both describes the feeling of happiness and also brings it to life. But there’s another peculiarity: the feeling of happiness can...
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Solo pieces for melody instruments are a very special thing to compose: very rewarding, because the player can exercise a great amount of freedom in phrasing and tempo, leading the music to the highest virtuosity as well as emotional depth; and quite difficult, because you only have this one instrument to create melody, groove, rhythm, and harmony. And third, it's quite a challenge to compete...
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For Recorder Orchestra ATTBBGGKKK First Movement: Amaza (Waves) 2. Satz: She's still there 3. Satz: Fa wo do yi mame (Give me your love) Ububele in Xhosa means kindness. When the famous German Comedian and Songwriter Hanns Dieter Hüsch was asked, at the end of his life, what his work had all been about, he answered, "To bring more kindness into the world." I was quite impressed when I heard this...
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Revised Edition. For Recorder Trio ATB / SAT / ATB. Djaboué is the first of several african suites and pieces I have composed and still want to compose in the future. I wrote this piece in february 1994 for the Ensemble Flutes en bloc - Anette Bahe, Ebba-Maria Künning und Corinna Fröhlich (www.flutesenbloc.com), who were the first to perform it and who recorded it on their marvellous Album...
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(The Colours of Happiness) For Recorder and Piano First Movement: Desired Departure (Alto and Piano) Second Movement: Illuminated Inside. (Alto and Piano) Third Movement: Infinite Fountain (Soprano and Piano) Fourth Movement: Splendid Surprise (Soprano and Piano) Score and Solo Part. Imibala yenjabulo in Xhosa means The Colours of Happiness. I wrote this suite for the famous recorder player Meng...
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Für zwei Kontrabässe oder Kontrabass solo Partitur und zwei Stimmen Spieldauer: Ca. 10 Minuten First movement: Umbalisi mabali (The Storyteller) Second movement: Ucwangco lentsasa (Morning Peace) Third movement: Ukufa ngokuphela komonde (Dying from Impatience) Fourth movement: Ukuvalelisa (Farewell) This is the second African Suite I wrote for Marcin Oleś, an amazing double bassist, composer,...
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Biography

Sören Sieg (*1966) learned to play the recorder, violin and piano as a child and later the saxophone, trumpet, guitar and drums. He studied Sociology, Politics and Music in Hamburg and Bielefeld. He toured with his a cappella group LaLeLu for 18 years throughout Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Since 2012 he has lived as a composer and author in Hamburg. He has published ten books and numerous works for classical ensembles that are played all around the world. read more »