„... unterwegs ...“

chamber music  by

Horst Lohse

Valerie Rubin · violin

Martin Timphus · viol

Ortwin Stürmer · piano


sound samples
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works


order no. CCD 280
EAN 4028183002808

about this recording:

In a duo, that is to say, to be underway as a twosome, can mean: shared experiences both positive and negative, overcoming difficult stretches of way, mutual assistance, consideration, and willingness to compromise, shared tightrope acts, occasional stepping out of line: going it alone, quarrels, dealing with conflicts and reconciliation, consideration of things and evaluation of situations from often very different points of view, agreement and harmony in spite of contrary opinions...

Horst Lohse was born in Kulmbach, Upper Franconia, in 1943. After high school graduation, he initially studied at the Bayreuth Teachers College, subsequently violin and composition (with Helmut Eder) at the Mozarteum in Salzburg, and theory and composition (with Bertold Hummel) at the Würzburg College of Music. For his oeuvre, whose focus is chamber and orchestral music, he has received a number of national and international prizes and awards, including the Promotional Prize of the City of Stuttgart (1974), the Orchestral Composition Prize endowed by the Federal Association of German Industry and the International Society for Contemporary Music (1982), a prize at the European Composers Competition of the Aarhus Symphony Orchestra (1982), and a prize at the International Carl Maria von Weber Competition for Ballet of the Dresden Music Festival (1984). Moreover, he received the “Berganza Prize” of the Bamberg Art Society (1999), the Franconian “Otto Grau Cultural Prize” (2002), and the “Cultural Prize of the Upper Franconia Foundation 2006.” Many of his nearly eighty works have been performed at international festivals and other venues in Europe, North and South America, Turkey, and Russia, recorded for radio broadcasts, and released on ten CDs.

Works:

AllerleiRauh (2000) six fantasy pieces for violin & piano,

Solitude II (1980) (quasi un’ elegia) for viol solo,

„La naissance du feu“ (2003),

Hommage à Roberto Matta for piano solo

(Aufnahme des Bayerischen Rundfunks)

„... unterwegs ...“ (underway) (2006) duet for violin & viol

Dedicazione (2003) for piano solo

„Die Zeit ist ein uferloser Fluss“ (Time is a River without Banks) (1993)

Fantasy after an image by Marc Chagall for violin solo,

Abschied (parting) (1993) for violin & piano

sound samples (mp3):

Hans Gál: Suite op. 6, 1 I Präludium, 2 II Burleske, 3 III Aria, 4 IV Capriccio

AllerleiRauh (2000) Sechs Fantasiestücke für Violine & Klavier:

1 I Streitbare Vögel

2 II Den rechten Ton finden

3 III Im Gebüsch

4 IV Spiel in der Uhr

5 V Verwehtes Blatt

6 VI Unter einem Hut

7 Solitude II (1980) (quasi un’ elegia) für Viola solo

8 „La naissance du feu“ (2003)

Hommage à Roberto Matta für Klavier solo

(Aufnahme des Bayerischen Rundfunks)

9 „... unterwegs ...“ (2006) Duo für Violine und Viola

10 Dedicazione (2003) für Klavier solo

„Die Zeit ist ein uferloser Fluss“ (1993)

Fantasie nach einem Bild von Marc Chagall für Violine solo

11 I                        

12 II

13 III

14 Abschied (1993) für Viola und Klavier

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