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Friedrich Goldmann / Friedrich Schenker - Friedrich Schenker, Dieter Zahn, Gruppe Neue Musik Hanns Eisler, Max Pommer - Konzert Für Posaune Und Drei Instrumentalgruppen / Konzert Für Kontrabaß Und Posaune album flac

Friedrich Goldmann / Friedrich Schenker - Friedrich Schenker, Dieter Zahn, Gruppe Neue Musik Hanns Eisler, Max Pommer - Konzert Für Posaune Und Drei Instrumentalgruppen / Konzert Für Kontrabaß Und Posaune album flac

Performer: Friedrich Goldmann
Title: Konzert Für Posaune Und Drei Instrumentalgruppen / Konzert Für Kontrabaß Und Posaune
Released: 1978
Style: Modern
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 126
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Founder of Gruppe Neue Musik "Hanns Eisler" Leipzig. Sites: friedrich-schenker. In Groups: Gruppe Neue Musik "Hanns Eisler" Leipzig. Variations: Viewing All Friedrich Schenker. Friedrich Goldmann, Friedrich Schenker - Friedrich Schenker, Dieter Zahn, Gruppe Neue Musik Hanns Eisler, Max Pommer - Konzert Für Posaune Und Drei Instrumentalgruppen, Konzert Für Kontrabaß Und Posaune ‎(LP).

Founded in 1970 in Leipzig by composer and trombone player Friedrich Schenker and oboe player Burkhard Glaetzner, Gruppe Neue Musik Hanns Eisler was the most important ensemble for contemporary music in East Germany. Alongside Ensemble intercontemporain and Ensemble Modern it was also one of the most respected contemporary chamber music ensembles in Europe. Its regular conductors were Max Pommer, Friedrich Goldmann and Christian Münch.

All materials are provided for educational purposes. Tracklist of Friedrich Goldmann, Friedrich Schenker on this page

BR-KLASSIK broadcasted a feature on trombone player and composer Friedrich Schenker, featuring a recording of FRIEDRICH GOLDMANN's "Konzert für Posaune und drei. Schenker and Gruppe Neue Musik Hanns Eisler, of which he was a founding member, were among the most dedicated, frequent, repertoire-forming performers of Goldmann's oeuvre, with a few chamber music works receiving up to 100 (!) individual performances. A mind blowing number in today's fast-paced first performance circuit. Lecture: Mathias Hansen will speak about FRIEDRICH GOLDMANN's Symphony 1 at Hochschule für Musik Hanns Eisler Berlin – October 12, 2017. Lieblingsstücke - Vorträge über Musik Aktuelles Presse & Aktuelles Hochschule für Musik Hanns Eisler Berlin.

Its regular conductors were Max Pommer, Friedrich Goldmann and Christian Münch. More than 250 first performances by more than 70 composers include Edison Denisov's Trio, Nicolaus A. Huber's Demijour, Luca Lombardi's Einklang, Wolfgang Rihm's Kalt, Friedrich Goldmann's Konzert für Posaune und 3 Instrumentalgruppen, Luigi Nono's Kolomb. and Iannis Xenakis's Alax. Gruppe Neue Musik Hanns Eisler was one of the first East German ensembles to tour beyond the Iron Curtain, including several performances throughout Western Europe and Japan

Friedrich Goldmann (27 April 1941 – 24 July 2009) was a German composer and conductor. Born on 27 April 1941 in Siegmar-Schönau (since July 1951 incorporated into Chemnitz), Goldmann’s music education began in 1951 when he joined the Dresdner Kreuzchor. At age 18, he received a scholarship by the city of Darmstadt to study composition with Karlheinz Stockhausen at the Internationale Ferienkurse für Neue Musik in 1959, who further encouraged him over the following years (Müller 2001)

Its regular conductors were Max Pommer, Friedrich Goldmann and Christian Münch. Gruppe Neue Musik Hanns Eisler was one of the first East German ensembles to tour beyond the Iron Curtain, including several performances throughout Western Europe and Japan

Tracklist Hide Credits

Friedrich Goldmann Konzert Für Posaune Und Drei Instrumentalgruppen
Trombone [Solo] – Friedrich Schenker
A1 Andante, Più Calmo 8:36
A2 Allegro Molto 3:11
A3 Andante 6:40
Friedrich Schenker Konzert Für Kontrabaß Und Orchester
Double Bass [Solo] – Dieter Zahn
B1 1. Satz 5:35
B2 2. Satz 8:33
B3 3. Satz (Notturno) 4:35
B4 4. Satz 6:17

Companies, etc.

  • Printed By – VEB Gotha-Druck
  • Published By – Deutscher Verlag für Musik
  • Published By – VEB Edition Peters
  • Record Company – VEB Deutsche Schallplatten Berlin

Credits

  • Cello – Wolfgang Weber
  • Composed By – Friedrich Goldmann (tracks: A1 to A3), Friedrich Schenker (tracks: B1 to B4)
  • Conductor – Max Pommer
  • Design [Gestaltung] – Bernd Meier
  • Double Bass – Dieter Zahn
  • Engineer [Tonregie] – Günter Neubert
  • English Horn – Axel Schmidt
  • Ensemble – Gruppe Neue Musik "Hanns Eisler"*
  • Flute – Wolfgang Loebner
  • Liner Notes – Frank Schneider
  • Oboe – Burkhard Glaetzner
  • Percussion – Gerd Schenker, Günther Pauli, Werner Legutke
  • Piano – Gerhard Erber
  • Trombone – Friedrich Schenker
  • Viola – Hans-Christian Bartel

Notes

Side A: Recorded at the 5. Leipziger Rathauskonzert on March 7th 1977 in Leipzig.
Side B: Recorded in January 1977.

Although it says 'Konzer für Kontrabaß und Posaune' (Concert for Double Bass and Trombone) on the front cover, the actual soloistic instrument in this piece by Friedrich Schenker is just the double bass. On the back cover it is stated correctly as 'Konzert für Kontrabaß und Orchester' (Concert for Double Bass and Orchestra).

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Other: Ag 511/01/78
  • Other (Price): 10,10 M


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