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::: OHRENBLICKE :::


OHRENBLICKE (twinkling of an ear)
oder: Klingt Blau anders als Klee

Windspiel | Contemporary Music Duo
and John Eckhartd, Double-Bass

With their cooperation project OHRENBLICKE oder: Klingt Blau anders als Klee Windspiel and The Slide Show Secret present a free-spirited and challenging concert-program, inviting the public to discover the different aspects of today´s music in a new context.

OHRENBLICKE can be roughly translated as "twinkling of an ear" and is a varied chamber-music program for recorder, accordion and double-bass, combining and contrasting contemporary compositions of different styles and provenience.

This uncommon ensemble is a result of the cooperation of two contemporary music duos, now presenting, in a new constellation, a program dealing with the crosslinks between music and art. Some of the compositions refer directly to works of visual arts, some relate indirectly (by esthetics, form or structure) to other forms of art or cultures.

New compositions will be written especially for this program by the young composers Erik Janson, Elvira Garifzianova, Markus Bongartz and Sidney Corbett. These compositions are framed by excerpts from a graphic score by English composer and graphic artist Cornelius Cardew which combine optical and acoustical qualities in a very sophisticated way.

Programme:

Cornelius Cardew (1936-81) - from: Treatise (1963-67)
Version f. rec., acc., db.

Markus Bongartz (*1963) - Trio zu Paul Klee (2007, UA)
1. Burg - 2. Schloss - 3. Garten
For recorders, accordion and double-bass

Sidney Corbett (*1960) - Fremde Rosen (2006)
For accordion and double-bass

Cornelius Cardew (1936-81) - from: Treatise (1963-67)
Version for rec., acc., db.

Andreas B. Pflüger (*1941) - from: Prisma (2007)
for recorders and accordion

Fredrik Rzewski (*1938) - from: SPOTS (1986)
Version f. rec., acc., db.

Erik Janson (*1967) - 9 Klangnetze (2007, UA) for recorders, accordion and double-bass Cornelius Cardew (1936-81) - from: Treatise (1963-67)
Version f. rec., acc., db.