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1295 mp3's with 46 hours digital interpretation of demanding less known pianomusic in the sound of precious modern concert grand pianos



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198 mp3's with 19 hours digital interpretation of demanding and rare orchestral music 




162 mp3's with 10 hours digitale interpretation of demanding mostly seldom heard Chambermusic




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321 mp3's with 10 hours digital Interpretation of demanding less known music with voices



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2600 mp3's with together approx. 110 hours duration and further ca. 1000 others in preparation

variety of musical topics

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30 hours "unsung" music from over 4 Centuries


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Infoslides for two examples of digital Interpretation (please click on the pictures):

a) E.Franck Impromptu op.10,1

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op.10,1 - 1: unedited midifile

op.10,1 - 2: Mp3 after editing in the sequencer

b) F.Draesekes Orchestrapiece Frithjof WoO 7

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Frithjof -  1: unedited Midifile from the notationsoftware

Frithjof - 2: Mp3 from the sequencer after editing


Youth: The first Pianolesson I received when I was five years old from Miss Teichmann in Goettingen'/Germany. The lady impressed me from the first lesson, since she was as livly as only Italians could be. She came from Itatly before she married a german. After her Death I change to her former student Gerrit Zitterbart .
Pianostudies: After School I studied the piano at the University of Music and Performing Arts (=KUG) in Graz/Austria with Prof. Sebastian Benda (See him in the Youtubevideo from an Edwin Fisher Masterclass). In several interpretationcourses and masterclasses I received some additional advises from Einaar Steen Noekleberg , Hans Leygraf , Lew Naumov, Jürgen Uhde, Tibor Hazay und Peter Feuchtwanger . Beside the classical Piano I studied at the KUG Graz at the the same time Jazzpiano with Harry Neuwirth and paricipated during those studies Workshops with Bobby McFerrin , Bill Dobbins, Richie Beirach and others.
Musicology: After acheeving the permission to teach Piano at the KUG/Graz I changed to the F.U. Berlin where I graduate in musicology with Prof. Rudolf Stephan and achieved a Masterdegree with an Analysis of a large Work for Choir and orchestra by the german romantic composer Felix Draeseke and became doctor in musicology with a monographical thesis about one of the very few students of Johannes Brahms Robert Kahn .
(More information about me in german...)


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42-Hob.XVI:1 aus: Die frühen Sonaten (ca. 1760–1767)

34-Rachmaninoff: Paganini Rhapsodie

29-Clara Schumann: Impomptu op.9

27-Hob.XVI:1 aus: Die frühen Sonaten (ca. 1760–1767)

20-Pachelbel Aria mit 4 Variationen (1689)

17-Jean Louis Nicodé: "Das Meer"

17-Alban Berg 3 Orchesterstücke op.6

14-1. Preludio, Etudes d’exécution transcendante

14-Felix Draeseke: Walzer-Scherzo op.5 Nr.2

13-Jean Louis Nicodé: "Gloria !"

11-Draeseke: Fantasie op.8 über Themen aus Boieldieus La Dame blanche

10-W.A.Mozart: Adagio Kv 617 für Glasharmonika, Flöte, Oboe, Viola und Violoncello

10-Goldbergvariationen BWV 988 (Cembalo)

9-Felix Draeseke: Frithjof WoO 7

8-2. Präludium und Fuge c-Moll, BWV 847

8-Hob.XVI:2 aus: Die frühen Sonaten (ca. 1760–1767)

7-Janacek "Intime Briefe" 1. Satz

7-Hob.XVI:49 aus: Zwei Sonaten (1789/90)

7-Italienisches Konzert F-Dur BWV 971 (Steinway)

7-Goldbergvariationen BWV 988 (Steinway)

7-Felix Draeseke: Walzer-Nocturne op.5 Nr.1

6-Georg A. Benda Klavierkonzert G-Dur L-688 (ca. 1740)

6-Franz Schmidt (1874-1939) Scherzo aus Str.-quartett in A

6-Martin Kollas: 6 Miniaturen für zwei Klarinetten

6-Giovanni Gabrieli: Ricercar

6-Johann Sebastian Bach: Fuge für Lautenwerck g-Moll BWV 1000

6-Italienisches Konzert F-Dur BWV 971 (Cembalo)

6-Hob.XVI:2 aus: Die frühen Sonaten (ca. 1760–1767)

6-Hob.XVI:4 aus: Die frühen Sonaten (ca. 1760–1767)

6-Hob.XVI:34 aus: Drei Sonaten (um 1780)

6-Sonate ohne Hobockenzahl in Es Nr.2 (1760-1767)

6-Heavy Paganini

6-Bill Evans Interpretation von D.Brubecks "In your own sweet way"

5-Giovanni Maria Trabaci: Versi

5-Claudio Merulo Secondo Tuono Toccata Terza