“PRISMA” (2020)

Instrumentation: String Quartet The starting point for my piece Prisma is a single bar that I see as a unit with unchangeable components. Such components are not exact pitches or exact dynamics, but directions (glissando upwards, crescendo), which I also call “micro-components”. The material which I develop in this piece and which I see as […]

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“INFANS” (2020)

Instrumentation: flute, oboe, viola, cello, glass harmonica and live electronics The main idea of this piece is the issue of inner child which could be linked to the personality of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. This idea was the base for the following musical conception: There is only one musical element, the glissando, which either rises or […]

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“ANIMA” (2018/19)

Instrumentation: trombone, cello, percussion, e-guitar, piano, sampler and live electronics By observing the two, at first sight, contrasting types of behavior: laughing and crying, and comparing them in a few aspects: psychological, emotional and acoustical, there arises the question about the difference. The rounded form of the piece shows, on one hand contrast and, on […]

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“SKRIK” (2017/18)

Instrumentation: big symphony orchestra “Skrik” developed further into bigger orchestra piece; The fluctuating motive, made up of two main elements: rising and falling, is associated to the inner struggles of a human, which rise every time more and more, despite suppression. In one moment they reach the highest point. This high point is also suppressed […]

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“Skrik” (2017)

Instrumentation: mixed ensemble and sampler The fluctuating motive, made up of two main elements: rising and falling, is associated to the inner struggles of a human, which rise every time more and more, despite suppression. In one moment they reach the highest point. This high point is also suppressed and declines, and then the real […]

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String Quartet No.1 (2015)

This work consists of 7 movements and represents a development of an earlier work “7 Miniaturen für Violine Solo”. The first movement of the violin piece works with a single note, the second movement works with the same note and two additional notes. Every next movement correspondingly works with every time developed amount of notes. […]

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