Music

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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Unfortunately, my favourite composers, Ravel and Débussy, did not write anything for recorders. I wrote the Suite sentimentale in 1998 for those who love impressionist harmonies as much as I do, but particularly for the Berlin ensemble, Dreiklang. But sentimental doesn’t just mean nostalgic in the sense of a longing for Débussy-esque major seventh chords; it also means soulfully: the doleful...
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12 Variations on an Old Dutch Dance Tune For Recorder Trio 32 Pages Score and Three Parts. 19,90 € Playtime: 13:30 A real concert piece! Joachim van den Hove (1567 - 1620) was one of the most famous lutenists of his time. He even taught two Princes of Orange. One of his most famous compositions is Canarie, relating to a dance from the Canary Islands (hence the name), that expresses a "fiery...
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For Recorder Trio ATB / TBB / AAT I wrote Suite grotèsque in 1996 for the Flutes ensemble, which premiered the piece in Hamburg on 25/5/1997. The first movement, Tokatokatta, is an impelling toccata for recorders, essentially 100 variations to the rhythm introduced in the first two bars, and which is thus not easy to forget. During the piece, the harmony changes from a cool, modal quartal harmony...
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