Martin Imholz


After his teacher training, Martin Imholz studied piano as his main subject under Alfred Ehrismann at the Winterthur Conservatory. He received his concert diploma and teacher’s diploma. He organised concerts as a member of the committee for the ‘Internationale Gesellschaft für Neue Musik’ (International Society for New Music) in Zurich and Berne. He is a teacher at the cantonal school in Solothurn and active as a choir master, also in Solothurn.

Martin Imholz
Reckholderweg 32
CH-4515 Oberdorf SO
Fon: +41 (0)32 685 03 36


Vier Klarinettenstücke (four pieces for clarinet) (1988)
Order No: 15006, sFr. 13.00
Vorderundnachsätzen - Gebannt - Inneres (als Antwort an Igor) - voces liquescentes (klar). Aphorismen um reine Intervalle und einige grundlegende musikalische Phänomene.

Potenz (Oratorium) (1989)
for clarinet, string quartet, speaker and scenery
Order No: 15007, sFr. 13.00
Four strophes with extremely differentiated parts, based on the principles of homoeopathy. For Joseph Beuys.

Potenz II (1994)
for clarinet and string quartet
Order No: 15008, sFr. 16.00
Version for clarinet quartet

Klavierstücke (paino pieces) (1989)
Order No: 15009, sFr. 13.00
Vom Einfachen - Fast ein Nachtstück - Anstelle eines Leeren. Simple and simultaneously complex. Untransposed this piece is only possible on certain grand pianos.

Chorstück (choir piece) (1990)
for double choir (SATB/SATB)
Order No: 15010, sFr. 13.00

Duo (1992)
for violin and violoncello with electronic amplification
Order No: 15011, sFr. 16.00
A process from a fixed-pitch grid off into unexplored parts of intonation.

Motto (1999)
for soprano, piano and large drum
Order No: 15012, sFr. 13.00

Stück für Violoncello (piece for violoncello) (1999)
Order No: 15013, sFr. 13.00

5 Stücke für 16tel Ton Klavier (2001)
Order No: 15014, sFr. 26.00

Stück (2009)
for oboe
Order No: 15015, sFr. 16.00

Stück (2009)
for oboe
Order No: 15016, sFr. 16.00

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