Wind ensemble


solo
11926 Claude Ferrier: Zwei kleine Stücke für Bläserensemble (two small pieces for wind ensemble) (2001) 6'
for variable wood and brass ensemble (min. eight wood and four brass)
sFr. 13.00
I. A survivor of Kabul II. A survivor of WTC

7113 Valentin Marti: Marmoradern - latent (1998/99) 14'
for wind octet (ob.ob,ca.cl,bcl.2hn.2bn)
sFr. 34.00
A composition in the area of conflict between ‘Aleph’ (the all embracing) and ‘Zahir’ (bearer of the “appalling nature of the unforgettable” (J.L.Borges)), the (apparently) conflictive central ideas of two novels by J.L. Borges. World premiere: 23.3.99 in Zurich by Octomania.


Wind ensemble with instruments
17906 Andreas Brenner: Sinus D (2010) 9'
for brass quintet (horn, 2 trumpets, trombone, tuba)
sFr. 23.00
(Stimmen: sFr. 31.-; € 24.-)
On the formal level, Sinus D generates an arch (lat. sinus) - like a D placed on ist back: the elements of a phrase - chords and their resulting melodic motifs - glide into each other successively to create a core of maximum density and a finish, which, with regard to this density, returns to the begining.

17909 Andreas Brenner: Prismen (2011) 12'
for wind quintet (horn, 2 trumpets, trombone, tuba) and organ
sFr. 29.00
(Stimmen: sFr. 18.-; € 14.-)
Short three or four tone phrases of equidistant intervals are combined in such a way as to form sound structures similar to those found in tonal music. This piece uses a radically reduced amount of material in ever-changing combinations to create prismatic radiations. The sound structures are relics, nothing but colour values - no longer bound by gravity to a base tone (as in tonal music), but produced through a constructive law. This is also the case with the E major chord, which brings this piece to a 'concilitory' end.

9020 Edu Haubensak: Bläser Konstellation (1990) 13'
for 13 wind instrumentalists with vibraphone and percussion
sFr. 36.00
151127 Rudolf Jaggi: Im Santyhans (2011) 4' 30
for male choir T1T2B1B2 and four brass instrumentalists and timpani (2tpt in b/2tbn/3timp)
sFr. 23.00
(Stimmen: sFr. 29.-; € 22.-)
Texts: Martin J.P. Schwitter.

151129 Rudolf Jaggi: One for Niels (2012) variabel
Jazz piece
for 2-4 wind instrumentalists (in C, B and E flat)
sFr. 16.00
3123 Urban Mäder: Die Morgenröte (1987/91) 15'
for choir (SATB) wind music (clarinet, cornet, bugle, horn, trombone, tuba) and recorded material
sFr. 47.00
Text: Folksong Satirical adaptation of the Swiss National Anthem in a collage like combination with other existing folk songs. The wind passage (score flexible) requires a professional player. The choral passage can be performed by a good amateur choir.

4008 Daniel Ott: jammermusik (1993) 2'
for 6-12 players, variable instrumentation (obligatory drums, wind and accordion)
sFr. 13.00
Extract from a larger, open-air theatre composition.

16023 Alex Rüedi: Blechtett (2009) 15'
for 2 trumpets, horn, trombone and tuba
sFr. 47.00
(Stimmen SME: sFr. 46.-; € 46.-)
17708 Peter Schärli: Krieg I-IV (1998) 10'
for brass quintet (1.2.1.1), voice and timpani
sFr. 16.00
4903 Mathias Steinauer: Visions, op. 5 (1987) 13'
for wind ensemble, two percussionists and piano (2(pic,fl-g)2.2(bcl)2/2.2.0.0)
sFr. 31.00
In three movements; Grande danse froide, nine microludes, epilogue. Engraved in Nuremberg's ancient fire bell: "When I, the bell ring, it never means a futile thing (...)". - As is inscribed in my memory, the chemical catastrophe at Schweizerhalle in Basel on 01.11.86. Numerous bell sounds are featured and there is a personal attempt to portray the event through both poles of the work. This piece is written for music students.


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