new band video

The South Quartet is very happy to present its very first band video. Thanx a lot to Patrick Tompert and mochermusic who made this possible. We had so much fun filming, working and hanging around with him. Have a look at the result. The latest video of the South Quartet   Peer Baierlein (tp, flgh) […]

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long ago / some news

It’s been quite a while since my last post. Some news today. A new website is under construction whith only little information on it and some strip-drawings which a friend of mine will paint especially for the new site. But it is expected not to be ready before next year in April or May. I […]

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Finished

I just finished the composition assignment for the 900-year celebration of Zwickau. ‘Hymnus’ is a piece of 8 minutes, for round about 150 musicians: The Philharmonic Orchestra of Zwickau together with its choir, 2 school-choirs, 1 Rock-Band, 1 solo-violin, organ and church bells. Intensive time the last weeks – but I’m very happy and the guys […]

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2 very nice requests

2 very interesting and challenging requests came in this month: I was asked to compose round about 8 minutes for the 900 year celebration of the German city ‘Zwickau’ – for more than 150 musicians, a.o. 3 choirs and the professional ‘Philharmonisches Orchester Plauen-Zwickau‘. The other assignment is also challenging: The ‘Sasel Haus‘ in Hamburg […]

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to be continued

The South Quartet played a really great tour in october and another short one just last week in Hamburg, Lübeck and Oldenburg. It is so much fun to play and travel together with Ull Möck, Markus Bodenseh and Matthias Daneck ! We will play another couple of concerts this week in the South of Germany. […]

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Present

When coming home from Graz today, a nice present expected me in my post-box: my first contract with a major edition. ‘Universal Edition’ will publish my ‘Tschaikowsky – Kinderalbum’ orchestrations for string ensemble next year. I’m looking very much forward to that. Thank you very much to my orchestration teacher Victor Kissine – one of […]

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