Vocal / Orchestra / Ensemble

Ein Licht, das uns nicht kennt (2017)
(excerpt) based on poems by Christian Lehnert for mezzosopran and saxophone-quartet
commissioned by Dres. Fee und Ingo Holz, the association “Freunde und Förderer des Raschèr Saxophon Quartett”, MDR
wp: 24.8.2017, Leipzig, Museum der Bildenden Künste – MDR-Musiksommer
duration: ca. 24′
C. F. Peters Leipzig

Daheim in der Fremde
scene for bariton, speaker, oud, solo-percussion and orchestra
based on poems by Adel Karasholi (2016)
wp: 24.2.2017, Cottbus, Theaterhaus, Cottbuser Philharmonie
duration: 30′

for overtonsinger, solo violin, solo cello and string orchestra (2016)
dedicated to Gareth Lubbe
commissioned by the O/Modernt Kammarorkester and Hugo Ticciati
wp: 29th of November 2016, Stockholm, Gareth Lubbe
duration: about 15`

for mixed choir, female choir and cello
based on poems by Christian Lehnert, Friedrich Nietzsche and Pindar (2013-14)
commissioned by Dresdner Kammerchor
wp: 9. Mai 2014, Dresden, Festspielhaus Hellerau 3. Dresdner Chorwerkstatt für Neue Musik „wandel.gestalten“ Dresdner Kammerchor, Chor des Vitzthum-Gymnasiums Dresden Leitung: Hans-Christoph Rademann
duration: 20′

for mixed choir (2011)
based on poems and songs by Rabindranath Tagore
wp: 14.3.2012, Kolkata / Indien, Jorasanko (Geburtshaus von Rabindranath Tagore), GewandhausChor Leipzig
duration: 17′
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And why?
for five voices based on the Psalm 116 (2010)
wp: 29.10.2010, Festival Polyfollia/Frankreich, Calmus Ensemble
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Memoriam – Tempo e tempi
for choir and orchestra based on texts by Hans-Ulrich Treichel and William Shakespeare (2008/09)
commissioned by Universität Leipzig for the 600th anniversary
wp: 2.12.2009, Universität Leipzig, Neues Paulinum, Universitätschor Leipzig, Mendelssohn-Orchester, conductor: David Timm
duration: 17′
C. F. Peters Frankfurt | Introduction (in German) | Lyrics | Score

for soprano, choir and orchestra (2007/08)
lyrics: David Bengree-Jones and Anaximander
wp: 26.10.08, Berlin, Berliner Philharmonie, Berliner Philharmonischer Chor, Philharmonisches Staatsorchester Halle, Sopran – Marietta Zumbült
conductor: Jörg-Peter Weigle
duration: 30’
Edition Peters | Introduction (in German)

Rilke-Madrigale (2005)
fo mixed choir
duration: 14`
wp: 2006, Kiel
Edition Peters | Introduction

cycle for ensembles with various instrumentations
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lines (I) (2004)
for soprano and ensemble
using text fragments by Novalis
(comissioned by the Niedersächsische Sparkassenstiftung)
soprano (also whip, wood on wood)
2 timpani (1 player – 26 and 29, also gong on c, crotales (a, e flat, d)
2 violins, 2 violas, 2 violoncelli, 1 e-bass
wp: 10.7.04, Nörten-Hardenberg, Hardenberg Atrium, European Music Project, Ulrike Stöve – soprano
duration: 12′

lines (II) (2007)
for treble/soprano, double bass and ensemble
commissioned piece of the Gesellschaft für Kunst und Kritik e.V.
duration: 15′
wp: 04.07.2008, Leipzig, Elmar Kühn (treble), Tobias Lampelzammer (db)
Introduction (in German)

lines (III) (land of disobedience) (2009)
for baritone, flute, clarinet in Bb, piano, violin, viola and violoncello
based on the text „Civil Disobedience“ by Henry David Thoreau
(In Memory of Eberhard Klemm)
Commissioned by „International Festival of Music and Ecology – The land of disobedience“ Neringa/Lithuania
wp: 7.7.2009, Neringa/Lithuania
Duration: 16`

On the Dignity of Man (2004/2005) / 17′
for mixed choir and saxophone quartet
based on a text by Giovanni Pico della Mirandola
comissioned by the Sächsische Vocalensemble
wp: 22.5.2005, Dresdner Musikfestspiele, Glashütte,
Sächsisches Vocalensemble, Raschèr Saxophonquartett
Edition Peters | Introduction | Excerpt from Mirandola text

I met Feldman at the crossroad … (the way down is the way up) (2002) / 14′
for soprano or male voice (speaker) and string quartet
based on a sonett by David Bengree-Jones
(can also be performed only instrumental)
wp: 9.5.2002, Saarbrücken, Petersen-Quartet, Cordula Berner, soprano
Edition Peters | Introduction

five songs for soprano and orchestra – – S.(3) – harp – piano –
based on poems by D. Bengree-Jones
wp: 16.4.2002, New York, Lincoln Center, New Juilliard Ensemble Camille Zamora (S),Joel Sachs (Dir.)
Edition Peters | Introduction | Audio

Significatio – GESUALDO (2001) / 12′
cinque madrigali a cinque voci
wp: 17.10.2002, Halle Händelkarée, Hallenser Madrigalisten, Helko Siede
Edition Peters | Introduction

Time is a … (1999) / 8′
Performance and Ritual
for voices (soprano, alto, tenor, bass) and piano
wp: 10.5.2002, Saarbrücken, Isa Katharina Gericke, Tijana Grujic, Alec Otto, Bartlomiej Misiuda, Olav Kröger
Edition Peters | Introduction

Zerbrochene Nähe (2000) / 14′
Scene for baritone and orchestra – – P.S.(2) – harp – 2 pianos – strings
based on texts by Giorgio Caproni, Selma Meerbaum-Eisinger and on “The Song of Solomon”
wp: 8.9.2000, Hannover, EXPO 2000, Neue Elbland-Philharmonie, Yaron Windmüller (Bar), Peter Fanger (Dir.)
Edition Peters | Introduction

Jodok läßt grüßen (oder: Etüde über O) (1990) / 9′
Speech choir for mixed voices
on a text by Peter Bichsel
wp: 1993, Zürich, Kammersprechchor Zürich
Breitkopf & Härtel

unseen blue 1 for voices and bandoneon (2002) / 20′
based on texts by Contursi, Shakespeare, Rimbaud, Frank und Pavese 20`
wp: 16.11.2002, Gewanadhaus zu Leipzig, Ensemble Amarcord, Per Arne Glorvigen/Bandoneon

unseen blue 2 for voices and bandoneon (2006)
based on poems of Guillaume de Machaut, Artur Rimbaud, John Milton, David Bengree-Jones, Lodovico Agostini
duration: 20′
wp: 2006, Leipzig, Ensemble Amarcord, Per Arne Glorvigen (Bandoneon)

Edition Peters Frankfurt a.M. | Introduction (unseen blue 1/2, in German)

BACH PERSONAE – five voices in today’s world
UA :17.11.2000, Leipzig, ensemble amarcord
Dauer: 5
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