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ORATORIO - "The Glory of Earth" (Gryphius)
Giovanni Paolo TOMESINI Texte von Andreas GRYHIUS (1616-1664)
Around the world in a balloon - additional book...
For soprano recorder (s) and speaker On her journey around the world, Adda gets to know many different songs from distant countries. For scholars with only a few years of recorder experience, for single or group lessons
Pastorels for Christmas time - Johann Valentin...
for treble recorder and keyboard (organ, harpsichord, piano) Wonderful sound miniatures, well composed and uncomplicated to play For Advent and Christmas celebrations in church or at home in private family circle..
Partita g Minor - Johann Sebastian Bach
Since its rediscovery, the large piece, known as "Solo pour la Flûte Traversière" (BWV 1013), has puzzled: Was it complete with only four movements, was the version for flute the original one, or had Bach conceived the work for another...
Molecuultjes - Frans Geysen
The twelve small pieces are a selection of unpublished compositions that Frans Geysen sent to friends, and colleagues over many years on various occasions, now published for 2 or 3 recorders.
Quatre Hommages – Jens Marggraf
For recorder quartet In this challenging work for professional players, each of the 4 movements is dedicated to two composers, one born before 1750 and one after 1900, composers whose works have similar traits in several aspects. I....
New flute tones
9 new, contemporary compositions for recorder and flute, played by Dörte Nienstedt, recorders and Anne Horstmann, flutes überRasch (Hans-Joachim Hespos) – Sadako Sasaki (Oskar Gottlieb Blarr) – Lech (François Rossé) – Flötlinge (François...
Japanese Recorder Music
The nine works for the recorder include a wide range of attractive but little-heard pieces – solos, duos and one trio, written between 1947 and 2013. Recorded by Ewald Henseler, Mayumi Ohtsu, Winfried Michel and Yoshie Tokimitsu Solitude...
Rietklank – Winfried Michel
(Dutch, “Reed Sound”) for four oboes The piece lives on the homogeneity of four equally high woodwind instruments, which in patches should sound like an organ, as if played by a single person. However, small, deliberate disturbances of...
für immer fern – Winfried Michel
op. 53 “for ever far away” for voice and accordion “Lieder” based on texts of G. Benn, G. Trakl, S. Beckett Premiere: June 2010, Münster, Leonardo Campus, Heide Bertram, Sebastian Rummel
Sonnenuntergang – Winfried Michel
op. 66 “Sunset" on a poem by F. Hölderlin, for a female singing, speaking, viola playing organist Premiere: June 8, 2014, Marienwallfahrtskapelle, Ahrbrück, Almut Steinhausen