Rilke-Lieder für Alt-Stimme
Der Panther – Liebeslied – Herbst
The Chilean pianist, composer and specialist in piano teaching theory Alfonso Bögeholz, who was born in 1933, studied at the Conservatorio Nacional de Música in Santiago de Chile and at the Musikhochschule in Cologne. The Rilke songs date back to 1956 in Cologne. The expressive and at the same time gentle settings unlock the Rilke texts in such a way that the listener is made aware of deeper levels of meaning.€ 27,00 order
Sonata for flute and piano
Sonata para Flauta Traversa y Piano
This expressive work, composed in 1959 in Cologne, belongs with its exciting density to the musical tradition of the first half of the 20th century, and allows the performers plenty of space for virtuosity and intense dialogue.
Invenciones para Piano
The composer’s intention is that these two- and threepart inventions, inspired by Bach, be understood as a synthesis of several epochs: baroque, romantic and modern. Utilizing the available possibilities of the modern piano, the moods of the inventions conduct a dialogue in which the most varied human feelings are expressed.
Quartet for flute ensemble: Piccolo flute, flute, alto flute, bass flute, contra bass flute (ad. lib. bass flute)
It´s hardly conceivable that music based on a number game, could ooze such a feeling of ease, sonorous and enchanting to both player and audience. [Contemporary music for contemporaries]
Duett mit zwei obligaten Augengläsern
for Viola and Violoncello
Beethoven’s Duo, first published in 1939 by Dr. Fritz Stein at C. F. Peters, presents a humorous dialogue in which lightness and joy of playing must seize the performers. In the present edition, special emphasis has been placed on an accolade distribution that requires only a single page turn.
This edition can only be ordered from the publisher.
Pictures at an Exhibition
Adaption for 14 woodwinds
The present “Pictures at an Exhibition” disregards all common orchestral arrangements by calling for a wind instrumentation in the style of the “Gran Partita”, based on the original piano version, and thus suitable for concerts in this instrumentation as a spectacular program addition.
edited as a suite for 14 wind instruments
Der Rosenkavalier as chamber music: the suite presents, in chronological order, this opera so to speak in fast motion. Many of the passages, beloved by the wind players, are also heard in this reduced instrumentation.
Performance time: approx. 36 min.