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Last November, “Prozession” for large ensemble was premiered in Leipzig by the Ensemble Musikfabrik.
The Soprano Caroline Melzer and the Ensemble Modern played “Blut” (12 Lieder after poems by Else von Lasker-Schüler) in Amsterdam and later on in Cologne for the first time.
Both concerts were conducted by the composer and performed without audience.
(Performance materials by NGB)
For a commission by three major opera houses we prepared a new critical, yet practical edition of Richard Strauss’ most popular opera. To accomplish this first edition after more than hundred years, the materials as used and annotated by the Dresden, Munich and Berlin opera orchestras were evaluated and corrected. The complete materials have been produced in highest typesetting and offset printing quality and are available directly from us.
During the past months we have advised and supported eNote during the development of their upcoming app. We are proud to see that our contribution helped them to get closer to their goals. The whole issue is rather complex and hard to communicate adequately to the general public — Kate Connolly tried it for The Guardian.
Daniel Barenboim and Emmanuel Pahud asked ten of today’s most exciting composers to write new works, from solo pieces to compositions for ensemble. The concerts of the Festival of New Music at Boulezsaal will be streamed live and made available for 30 days on the Boulezsaal website.
Amoungst the First Performances Philippe Manoury’s “Soubresauts”, a Flute-Solo after his Flute concerto “Saccades”. We prepared the materials for both works.
Hèctor Parra‘s string quartet nr. 4 (in memoriam Robert Gerhard) was meant to be premiered last April during the Wittener Tage für neue Kammermusik by the Jack Quartet. Like any other, this concert has been postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemia. Have a look at a couple of pages from the beautiful score (work in progress):
Paul-Heinz Dittrich‘s Kammermusik XVII, a septet for Flute, Clarinet, Horn and string quartet is scheduled to be premiered next October by the Sharoun Ensemble. The preparation of the manuscript was an easy to underestimate copy-editing work.
Bars 2 and 3 from this detail in our engraved rendering below. Special thanks to Kaspar Querfurth!