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Wolfgang Stendel: Music for chamber ensemble

Ensemble Forum für Zeitgenössische Musik Leipzig
Ensemble Konfrontation Halle (Saale)
Ralf Mielke; Friedrich Goldmann; Thomas Müller; u.a.
2CD


 

amb 96918
EAN 4011392969185

Wolfgang Stendel (*1943): CD 1
TUNING UP – constellations for chamber ensemble (1994)
Ensemble Forum für Zeitgenössische Musik Leipzig, Dirigent: Thomas Müller
LAUDES for chamber ensemble (2002)
Ensemble Konfrontation Halle (Saale), Solist: Andreas Scheibner (Bariton) - Dirigent: Thomas Müller
KLANG-ZEIT-STAUB (“SOUND-TIME-DUST”) for flute, piano and percussion (2004)
Ralf Mielke, Flöte; Thomas Müller, Klavier; Gerd Schenker, Schlagwerk
DIFFRACTION for chamber ensemble (2001)
Ensemble Forum für Zeitgenössische Musik Leipzig, Dirigent: Friedrich Goldmann
CD 2
AUSSTELLUNGSMUSIK I (“EXHIBITION-MUSIC I”) for chamber ensemble (1987)
Ensemble Konfrontation Halle (Saale) - Dirigent: Thomas Müller
DREI SITUATIONEN (“THREE SITUATIONS”) for chamber ensemble (1988)
Ensemble Konfrontation Halle ( Saale) - Dirigent: Thomas Müller
SPIELE (”GAMES”) for wind quintett (1984)
Ralf Mielke, Flöte; Martin Stögbauer, Oboe; Matthias Kreher, Klarinette; Bernhardt Krug, Horn; Frank Benkendorf, Fagott
ZEITSPRUNG (“TIME LEAP”) – in cold and torpidity – for chamber ensemble (2003),
according to “Les Barcicades Mistérieuses“ by François Couperin
Ensemble Konfrontation Halle (Saale), Sprecherin: Elizabeth Bice - Dirigent: Thomas Müller

Wolfgang Stendel's compositorical approach is distinguished by a serious thoughtfulness and an imaginative, consequent working through of the musical material. In his compositions, linear and vertical structures (scales and sounds) and a polyphonic network are fundamental. A key role thereby is played by form calculi, the organisation of tone complexities, metres, elements of movement, sound density, single tone spectra and tone colour in musically individual possibilities of expression. His relationship to literature and philosophy is not only to be found in his instrumental music, but also is expressed in various vocal compositions.