Jean-Luc Darbellay

Works Jean-Luc Darbellay was born in 1946 in Berne, Switzerland. At the Berne Conservatory he studied clarinet with Kurt Weber and composition with Cristóbal Halffter and Dimitri Terzakis. Subsequently he attended masterclasses at IMF Lucerne with Heinz Holliger, Klaus Huber, and, as his assistant, with Edison Denisov. Furthermore, he attended the seminars of Pierre Boulez in Read more about Jean-Luc Darbellay[…]

Theodor Burkali: works

Biography 0RI90 (2009) (16’30”) für großes Orchester 4(4 picc.).2.4(bcl.).2. – 4.4.3.2. – timp.3 perc. – solo str.(3.2.2.1.0.) tutti str.(12.8.6.6.4.) MCH 200112 a mor(t)e (2006) (7’) bcl.vc. MCH 200123 Arcus (2013) (27’) vl. – 1(picc.).1.1.1. – 1.1.1.0. – perc.hrp. – str. 1.1.1.1.1. MCH 200102 Ballata (1998) (8’) cl.pfte. MCH 200155 Begleitungsmusik für Nationalfeier (1993) chamber music. MCH 200161 Capriccietto (1997) (2’45”) Read more about Theodor Burkali: works[…]

Theodor Burkali

Works Theodor Burkali was born in 1975 in Györ, Hungary. He studied clarinet under Béla Kovács at the Franz Liszt Music Academy in Budapest and graduated in 1999. He continued his clarinet studies at the Mozarteum in Salzburg, graduating in 2001. He obtained his doctorate in musicology in 2005, also in Salzburg. He attended master Read more about Theodor Burkali[…]

Balz Trümpy

Works Balz Trümpy was born in 1946 in Basel, Switzerland. At the Conservatory Basel  he studied composition with Gerald Bennett, music theory with Jacques Wildberger and Robert Suter, and piano with Rolf Maeser and Paul Baumgartner. He received his diploma in piano and music theory. Subsequently he studied composition with Luciano Berio in Rome and Read more about Balz Trümpy[…]

Christoph Neidhöfer: works

Biography Au (10’) für Bariton mit Schlagzeug oder Bariton und Schlagzeuger baritone (with perc). or bar.perc. TME 287 (D)al niente (12’) für Doppel-Ensemble und Sopran soprano. – ensemble 1: cl.vl.perc.fl.vc.pfte.; ensemble 2: cl.vl.perc. TME 542 Bläserquintett (10’) fl.ob.cl.bsn.cor. TME 294 Brechung (15’) für Streichquartett 2 vl.va.vc. TME 600 Caché (9’) für vierzehn Instrumentalisten 1.1.1.1. – Read more about Christoph Neidhöfer: works[…]

Christoph Neidhöfer

Works Christoph Neidhöfer was born in 1967 in Wettingen, Switzerland. He studied composition, music theory, piano, and conducting at the Music College Basel. A recipient of a Fulbright fellowship, he continued his studies at Harvard University, where he received his doctorate in 1999 with a dissertation on the late works of Igor Stravinsky. Since 2001 Read more about Christoph Neidhöfer[…]

Franz Furrer-Münch: works

Biography Adagio (99’) für Violoncello vc. TME 1126 Andante (15’) für zwölfstimmiges Vokalensemble und zwei Barockposaunen vv 3 s.3 a.3 t.3 b.(ad lib with boy’s choir instead of sa.) – 2 baroque trbn (in c). TME 1217 Andante tranquillo rubato (10’) für Tenorsaxophon tsax. TME 874 Ans Ungereimte verdingt (10’) aus „momente 1 bis…“ (2000) Read more about Franz Furrer-Münch: works[…]

Franz Furrer-Münch

Works Franz Furrer-Münch was born in 1924 in Winterthur, Switzerland. He studied at the Conservatory Basel, predominantly with Rudolf Moser, who instructed him in music theory, harmony, and counterpoint. Subsequently, Furrer-Münch opted for a more commercially oriented career and undertook studies in art commerce. From 1969–1989 he worked, taught, and researched at the Eidgenössische Technische Read more about Franz Furrer-Münch[…]