Catalogue of works

Published works (Doblinger)

 

Leiden und Tod Unseres Herrn und Heilands Jesus Christus. Eine Passion (alto and bass solos, 2 mixed choirs, 4 flutes, 4 double basses, 4 trombones, 4 violas da gamba, 2 percussionists) (2002-2003) – Prem. 04 05 2003, Graz Cathedral, Elizabeth Lagneau, alto, Ulf Bästlein, bass, Grazer Domkantorei, St. Pöltner Domkantorei, Domorchester Graz, Studio Percussion Graz, conducted by Josef Doeller

Instrumental works

Organ
  • Five Pieces (1972) (15′) – I. Adagio; II. Presto; III. Molto sostenuto; IV. Grave, passionato; Adagio assai / Prem. Michael Radulescu Sept. 1973 Innsbruck, Stiftskirche Wilten (“Paul Hofhaymer Wettbewerb”)
  • Choral Fantasia “Da Jesus an dem Kreuze stand” (1976) (25′) – Prem. Brett Leighton, 03 20 1980 Vienna, St. Ursula
  • Choral Fantasia “O Mensch, bewein dein’ Sünde groß” (1978) (15′) – Prem. Michael Radulescu 06 12 1981 Vienna, St. Augustin
  • Seven Chorales for the Passion (1981/82) (40′) – I. Durch Adams fall ist ganz verderbt; II. Herzliebster Jesu; III. Christus, der uns selig macht; IV. Da Jesus an dem Kreuze stand; V. O Traurigkeit, o Herzleid; VI. O Lamm Gottes unschuldig; VII. Wenn wir in höchsten Nöten sein – Prem. I. and II.: Elfriede Stadlmann, 1981 Vienna, St. Anna Baumgarten / III. – VII.: Michael Radulescu, 07 08 1988 Schaan (Liechtenstein), Parish Church
  • Ricercari (1984) (15′) – I. Organa; II. Versus; III. Estampie – Prem. Monique Gendron, 07 07 1985 Montréal, Orgues Létourneau
  • Epiphaniai (1988) (22′) – Prem. Roman Summereder, 03 15 1989 Bonn
  • Epiphaniai, version for organ and percussion (2008) (22′) – Prem. Pier Damiano Peretti 05 30 2009, Bergamo Cathedral(IT)
  • Resurrexit (2001) (20′) – Prem. Michael Radulescu 08 23 2001 Roskilde (DK)
  • Madrigali (2010) (22′) – Prem. Michael Radulescu, 09 26 2010 Egedacher-organ, Vornbach/Inn (D)
Solo works for strings / winds
  • Capricci for alto recorder (flute) (1974) (8′) – Prem. Hans Maria Kneihs July 1974 Gmunden
  • Suonata for viola solo (1985) (12′) – Prem. Johannes Gürth 11 28 1986 Vienna, St. Paul
  • Threnodia for cello solo (1984) (12′) – Prem. Saskia Daems 08 30 1985 Göttingen (GER), St. Jakobi
Chamber music
  • Sonata for recorder (flute) and harpsichord (1967-71) (10′) – Prem. Hans Maria Kneihs & Michael Radulescu 03 22 1972 Vienna, Konzerthaus (Mozart-Saal)
  • Melencolia recercare for recorder (flute) and percussion (1982) (17′) (recorder (1 player): sopranino, alto, tenor, double bass / percussion (1 player): 2 susp. cymbals, large tamtam, 2 tomtom, snare drum, bass drum, timp.) – Prem. Hans Maria Kneihs & Kurt Prihoda 05 10 1982 Vienna, Konzerthaus (Schubert-Saal)
  • Trio I for violin, viola and cello (1969) (11′) – Prem. Ostrauer string quartet 1969 Vienna, Musikverein (Brahms-Saal)
  • Trio II for violin, viola and cello (1971/73) (14′) – Prem. Kläring quartet Vienna, Musikverein (Brahms-Saal)
  • Quintet for flute, oboe, clarinet, horn and bassoon (1967) (13′) – Prem. students of the Vienna Music Academy, November 1968 Vienna, Music Academy
  • Sextet for two violins, two violas and two cellos (1994/95) (18′) – Prem. Wiener Streichsextett 02 23 1996 Vienna, Musikverein (Brahms-Saal)
  • Tenebræ. Music for 14 solo strings (2015/16) (33′) (4,4,4,2) – Commissioned by Johann Sebastian Bach Musikschule Vienna, Prem. cond. by Michael Radulescu 04 14 2017, Lutherische Stadtkirche Vienna
Orchestral works
  • Epiphaniai. Music for organ, four clarinets, four trombones, two double basses and percussion (2 players) (1987/88) (22′) – Prem. Guido Mayer, Klangforum Vienna cond. by Michael Radulescu 03 07 1989 Vienna, Konzerthaus (Gr. Saal)
  • Variations for large orchestra (1973) (18′) – (picc./alto fl., 2,2, E.H., 2, E-flat clar., bass cl., 3 (cbn.) – 4, 4, 3, 1 – 3 timp., perc. (3 players) – pno – str.) – Prem. Vienna Radio Symphony, Leif Segerstam cond. 05 30 1981 Vienna, Konzerthaus
  • Tenebræ. Music for 14 solo strings (2015/16) (33′) (4,4,4,2) – Commissioned by Johann Sebastian Bach Musikschule Vienna, Prem. 04 14 2017, Michael Radulescu, cond.

Vocal music

Unaccompanied voice(s)
  • “Mitten wir im Leben …” [Media Vita] for alto solo (2003) (10′); Prem. Elizabeth Lagneau 05 09 2004 Charleville-Mézières (F)
  • Sonetti recitativo à 6 for six unaccompanied solo singers (1985) (20′) (text: Michelangelo) (S, A, A, T, B, B, B) – Prem. Voces Vienna 11 28 1986 Vienna, St. Paul
  • “Soliloquia” [version for voice with 2 suspended cymbals] (2008) (text: Old Testament, St. John Apocryph, Wessobrunn Prayer (c. 800 AD), from the archives of Ebla, Ovidius Naso (“Fasti”))
Accompanied voice(s)
  • Ein geistliches Konzert for ten solo voices and (2 players) (1979) (7′) (text: from the Old Testament) (solo voices: 3S, 2A, 2T, 3B)
  • Four Old Testament Prayers for alto voice and organ (1979) (20′) (text: from the Old Testament) – Prem. Maria Höller & Roman Summereder June 1979 Vienna, St. Paul
  • Ecce virgo Geistliches Konzert, version for soprano and organ (1982/94/2001) (8′) (text: from the Old Testament) – Prem. Maria Höller & Michael Radulescu 10 12 2001 Graz, Mariahilfer Kirche
  • Ecce virgo Geistliches Konzert, version for soprano, oboe, viola & chamber organ (1982/94/2001/2008) (8′)
  • De Poeta (The Wessobrunn Prayer) version for soprano and organ (1988/91/98) (15′) (text: Wessobrunn Prayer (c. 800 AD)) – Prem. Maria Höller & Michael Radulescu 1991 Vienna, St. Michael
  • Versi for soprano and organ (1991/98) (16′) (text: Dante (from canto 33 of the “Paradiso”)) – Prem. Maria Höller & Michael Radulescu 03 25 1991 Milan, Basilica di San Simpliciano
  • Veni Music for soprano, flute and three percussionists (1996) (30′) (text: from papyri, Scripture and medieval hymns) – Prem. Maria Höller, Sylvie Lacroix & instrumental ensemble cond. by Michael Radulescu 04 23 1997 Salzburg, Christus-Kirche
Unaccompanied choir
  • German Mass in F for mixed choir (1976) (19′) – Prem. Choir of the Church Music Department cond. by Hans Gillesbeger 03 20 1977 Vienna, St. Ursula
  • Three Motets for treble choir (1971) (11′) – I. Ostende nobis (Chorpartitur); II. Beati immaculati (Chorpartitur); III. Laudate pueri – Prem. 1971 Wiener Sängerknaben cond. Uwe Harrer Ossiach (Carinthischer Sommer)
  • Rex Coeli for mixed choir (1980/81) (19′) – Prem. “La Cappella” cond. by Michael Radulescu 03 21 1984 Vienna, St. Francis
  • Sonetti Recitativo à 6 [version for mixed choir] (2012) (20′) – Prem. 05 31 2015 Vienna, Konzerthaus, Mozart-Saal, The Company of Music cond. Johannes Hiemetsberger
  • “…De Lumine…” for 8-part mixed choir (2013) (~7′) (commissioned by “Styria Cantat” 2013) – Prem. 11 15 2013 Graz, Minoriten-Saal, Grazer Domkantorei cond. Josef Doeller
Choir and instruments
  • De Poeta (The Wessobrunn Prayer) for four choirs and tubular bells (3 players) (1988) (15′) (text: “Wessobrunn Prayer” (c. 800 AD)) – Prem. ORF Radio Choir, cond. Erwin Ortner 03 09 1989 Vienna, Funkhaus (Gr. Saal)
  • German Twelve-Tone Mass for double choir and and percussion (1969) (15′) – Prem. Grazer Kammerchor & percussion ensemble cond. Karl Ernst Hoffmann 10. 11. 1970 Graz, Münzgrabenkirche (“musikprotokoll”)
  • Beati for double female choir, four flutes and two harps (1993) (19′) (text: from the Gospel of St. Matthew) (4 fl. (also 4 alto fl., 1st and 2nd also picc.), 2 hp.) – Prem. Arnold Schoenberg Chor cond. Erwin Ortner 11 25 1993 Vienna, Musikverein (Brahms-Saal) (Wien Modern)
  • Ebla’s Song of Praise for mixed choir and organ (1986) (14′) (text: from the archives of Ebla, the New Testament and an anonymous manuscript of the “Scholia Enchiriadis” from the 15th century) – Prem. ORF-Chor & Roman Summereder, cond. Erwin Ortner 1986, Vienna, Funkhaus (Gr. Saal)
  • Nomen Music for three mixed choirs, two flutes and tamtam (1997) (25′) (text: Nicolas Radulescu and from the New Testament) – Prem. Wiener Kammerchor & instrumental ensemble, cond. Johannes Prinz 06 26 1998 Vienna, Universitätskirche
  • en Archê(i)… (four invocations) for 6-part mixed choir, flute, clarinet, 2 bass clarinets, 3 trombones, 2 double basses & percussion (1 player) (2010) (23′) (text: Gospel of St. John, Revelation, Psalms) – Prem. 11 26 2010, Vienna/St. Ursula, cond. Erwin Ortner
Choir / solo voice(s) and orchestra
  • Ebla’s Song of Praise for mixed choir and orchestra (1994) (14′) (text: from the archives of Ebla, the New Testament and an anonymous manuscript of the “Scholia Enchiriadis” from the 15th century) (3 (fl. in G, picc), 2, E.H., 1, 2 bass cl, 3 (cbn) – 3, 1, 2 bass trp in E-flat, 3, bass tb – perc. (1 player) – str: 2 db only)- Prem. ORF-Chor & ORF Radio Symphony cond. Erwin Ortner 09 30 1994 Herzogenburg (Lower Austria), Stiftskirche (“Musica Sacra”)
  • Leiden und Tod Unseres Herrn and Heilands Jesus Christus. Eine Passion (alto and bass solos, 2 mixed choirs, 4 flutes, 4 double basses, 4 trombones, 4 violas da gamba, 2 percussionists) (2002-2003) – Prem. 04 05 2003, Graz Cathedral, Elizabeth Lagneau, alto, Ulf Bästlein, bass, Grazer Domkantorei, St. Pöltner Domkantorei, Domorchester Graz, Studio Percussion Graz, conducted by Josef Doeller
  • “Soliloquia” for voice and orchestra (2 fl. [2nd also picc. and alto fl.] 2 ob., 2 cl. [2nd also bass cl.], 2 bn. [2nd also cbn.], 2 hrn., 2 trp., timp., str.) (2007) (20′) (text: Old Testament, St. John’s Apocryph, Wessobrunn Prayer (c. 800 AD), from the archives of Ebla, Ovdius Naso (“Fasti”)). Prem. Pirjo Kalinowska & orchestra “Spirit of Europe” cond. Martin Sieghart, November 2007 in Sibiu (RO)

Unpublished works

  • Early works (organ, choir, chamber ensembles) – partly extant as ms.
  • Latin Mass for unaccompanied mixed choir (1965-72) – ms.
  • Spring for soprano, flute, bass clarinet, viola and harp (1973) – ms.
  • German Mass for unaccompanied mixed choir (1973) – ms.
  • Octo beatitudinum cantica for unaccompanied treble choir (1979) – ms.
  • Ecce virgo, version for soprano, oboe, viola and chamber organ (1982) – ms.
  • Himmel und Erde for soprano, piccolo flute, two trombones, two violas, double bass and percussion (1983) – ms. – Prem. Spring 1983 Maria Höller, Capella Archangeli, Wolfgang Sauseng
  • Ebla’s Song of Praise, version for six solo singers and six recorders (1983) – ms. – Commissioned and prem. 1983 The King’s Singers, Wiener Blockflötenensemble

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