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Hans Werner Henze: Royal Winter Music II; Carillon; Masque / Sabine Oehring, guitar

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>Henze, Hans Werner : Royal Winter Music 2
>Henze, Hans Werner : Carillon, Recitatif, Masque, for guitar, mandolin & harp
>Henze, Hans Werner : Ode an eine Aolsharfe, for large ensemble

Album Summary

>Henze, Hans Werner : Royal Winter Music 2
>Henze, Hans Werner : Carillon, Recitatif, Masque, for guitar, mandolin & harp
>Henze, Hans Werner : Ode an eine Aolsharfe, for large ensemble
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Notes & Reviews:

Guitarist Sabine Oehring and the Boris Blacher Ensemble of Berlin bring listeners the newest works of composer German Hans Werner Henze. Known for his consistent cultivation of music for theatre, all three recorded pieces owe their existence to literature, allegory, and the media of theatre and film to some extent. For Henze, "Everything moves towards the theatre and returns from there" - this music reflects that paradigm to his listeners.

Notes & Reviews:

Recording information: SFB Saal III (09/21/1995); SFB Saal III (11/16/1995-11/17/1995).



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Works Details

>Henze, Hans Werner : Royal Winter Music 2
  • Performer: Sabine Oehring (Guitar)
  • Notes: SFB Saal III (09/21/1995); SFB Saal III (11/16/1995-11/17/1995)
  • Running Time: 23 min. 53 sec.
  • Period Time: Modern
  • Written: 1979

>Henze, Hans Werner : Carillon, Récitatif, Masque, for guitar, mandolin & harp
  • Performer: Sabine Oehring (Guitar)
  • Conductor: Friedrich Goldmann
  • Ensemble: Boris Blacher Ensemble
  • Notes: SFB Saal III (09/21/1995); SFB Saal III (11/16/1995-11/17/1995)
  • Running Time: 10 min. 12 sec.
  • Period Time: Modern
  • Written: 1974

>Henze, Hans Werner : Ode an eine Äolsharfe, for large ensemble
  • Performer: Sabine Oehring (Guitar)
  • Conductor: Friedrich Goldmann
  • Ensemble: Boris Blacher Ensemble
  • Notes: SFB Saal III (09/21/1995); SFB Saal III (11/16/1995-11/17/1995)
  • Running Time: 19 min. 8 sec.
  • Period Time: Modern
  • Written: 1985-1986