Dorothee Eberhardt 2008
(*1952)

Vuillaume Trio
Munich Flute Trio
Versus Vox Ensemble
Zoltán Kovács, Axel Gremmelspacher

 

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order.no. CCD 297
EAN 4028183002976

about this recording:
Dorothee Eberhardt initially studied Middle Eastern studies, philosophy, and Greek, graduating with a doctorate from Tübingen University in 1979. Inspired by the English saxophonist Barbara Thompson, she moved to London in 1980 and studied clarinet there at Trinity College of Music and musicology and composition at Goldsmiths College. She subsequently continued her composition studies with the Czech composer Antonin Tucapský. After completing her studies, she worked in London as a composer and music pedagogue, and now lives near Munich. Very famous soloists could bee found as interpreter: Birgit Götz (solo clarinettiste at Gärtnerplatztheater, Munich), Sreten Krstic (1st leader of Munich Philharmonic Orchestra), Peter Wöpke (solo cellist at the Bavarian State Opera, Munich) as well as the famous Munich pianist Micaela Gelius.

Her compositions, including commissioned works for renowned artists and ensembles, have been performed throughout the world.

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works:
Pasitos (2005) for clarinet and piano (and ocean drum)
Zoltán Kovács, clarinet and Axel Gremmelspacher, piano (also: ocean drum)

Piano Trio Nr. 3 (2006) for violin, violoncello and piano
Vuillaume Trio: Sylvia Eisermann, violin, Michael Rupprecht, violoncello, Marcus Reißenweber, piano

Xenon Phi (2006/2007) for zwo flutes (alto flute) and piano
Munich Flute Trio: Elisabeth Weinzierl, Edmund Wächter, flutes (alto flute), Eva Schieferstein, Piano

Sextett (2005) for flute, clarinet, violin, violoncello, piano and percussion
Versus Vox Ensemble, Munich: Dijana Boškovic, flute, Ana Lebedinski, violin, Christophe Gördes, clarinet, Jessica Kuhn, violoncello, Rudi Spring, piano, Elina Goto, percussion


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