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Viermal Morgenstern (1974/75)//for soprano and piano

approx. 5′

Self-published

World Premiere: 9.6.1976, Salzburg

 

Nachtlied (1976/77)//for mixed choir

approx. 6’30”

from the Zarathustra songs by Friedrich Nietzsche 

Self-published

Vier Lieder nach Gedichten von Miller Williams (1978)//for baritone, flute, oboe, clarinet and piano

approx. 17′

Self-published

World Premiere: 3.5.1979, Klagenfurt

Vier Gedichte von Rose Ausländer (1981)//for mixed choir

approx. 6’30”

Publisher: Durand Editions Musicales, Paris

World Premiere: August 1982, St. Leonhard/Carinthia, Conductor: Bruno Strobl

Zwei Lieder (1981)//for soprano and violoncello

approx. 8′

on poems by Jacques Prévert

Self-published

 

S Ersti Busserl (1982/83)//for male choir

approx. 1′

Text by Peter Rosegger

Publisher: Doblinger Musikverlag. Vienna, Munich 1994

World Premiere: 27.10.1983, Mürzzuschlag, Conductor: Karl Ernst Hoffmann

 

 

 

Fensterl verboten (1982)//for female choir

approx. 1′

Text by H.C. Artmann

Publisher: Doblinger Musikverlag. Vienna, Munich 1994

World Premiere: 27.10.1983, Mürzzuschlag, Conductor: Karl Ernst Hoffmann

 

Zueignung (1982)//for mixed choir

approx. 45′

Text by H.C. Artmann

Publisher: Doblinger Musikverlag. Vienna, Munich 1994

World Premiere: 27.10.1983, Mürzzuschlag, Conductor: Karl Ernst Hoffmann

Walt Whitman for President (1984)//Music on three poems by W. Whitman for soprano and seven players

approx. 9′

Publisher: Durand Editions Musicales, Paris

World Premiere: 23.6.1986, London, Almeida-Festival, Conductor: Oliver Knussen

Acht Chöre im Volksliedton (1985)//for four women singing voices

approx. 11′

from the Kommunal Opera „Robert der Teufel“, Text by Elfriede Jelinek

Self-published

World Premiere: 27.10.1985, Deutschlandsberg

 

 

Drei Gedichte von Stephanie Zobernig (1989)//for mixed choir

approx. 4’30”

Self-published

 

Wortlos (1990)//Reminiscence of Stallerhof for mixed choir a cappella

approx. 6′

Publisher: Durand Editions Musicales, Paris

World Premiere: 11.5.1990 Munich, Conductor: Gustaf Sjökvist

L’Infinito del Sogno (1993)//for mixed choir based on poems by Giacomo Leopardi and Algernon Charles Swinburne

approx. 10’30”

Work commissioned by the Arnold Schoenberg Choir

Publisher: Durand Editions Musicales, Paris

World Premiere: 25.11.1993, Vienna, Conductor: Erwin Ortner

Idea 94 (1994)//musical scenes for soprano, violoncello and piano based on sonnets by Shakespeare, Edmund Spenser, Algernon Swinburne and Michael Drayton and on texts by Georg Christoph Lichtenberg

approx. 22′

Work commissioned by ORF / 3sat

Publisher:
 Durand Editions Musicales, Paris

World Premiere: 3.11.1994, Vienna, Festival »Wien modern«

Scala quasi unisona (1997)//choral piece for at least two singers or better more

approx. 5′

Publisher: Durand Editions Musicales, Paris

World Premiere: 18.6.1997, Graz, Conductor: Rupert Huber

De Loin (1998/99)//Hommage à Perotinus Magnus for vocal quartet and ensemble

approx. 5′

Work commissioned by ORF/EBU for New Year’s Day 2000

Publisher: Durand Editions Musicales, Paris

Concertante World Premiere: 14.12.2001, Graz, Conductor: Wolfgang Hattinger

Steirisch - Hymnisch (2000)//an arrangement of the Styrian national anthem

approx. 1’25”

Self-published

Concertante World Premiere: 1.10.2001 Graz

Bei mir is' all's verdraht (2002)//Old Vienna Folk Tale

approx. 1’05”

Lyricist and composer unknown

Self-published

World Premiere: 13.6.2002, Vienna, Conductor: Peter Burwik

 

Kein Herbstgedicht (2003)//song for baritone and piano based on the poem by the same name from Hans-Ulrich Treichel

approx. 4′

work commissioned for the festival A·DEvantgarde Munich

Self-published

World Premiere: 2.6. 2003, Munich

Three Shakespeare Sonnets (2003)//for mixed choir a cappella

approx. 11′

composed for the Styriarte 2003 and the Arnold Schoenberg Choir

Self-published

World Premiere: 1.7.2003, Graz, Conductor: Erwin Ortner

When I grow up (2003/04)//for Children's Choir and brass quintet (words: Petra Ernst)

approx. 3′

Work commissioned by the Internationales Kinderchorfestival Halle/Saale

Self-published

World Premiere: 6.5.2004, Halle/Saale, Conductor: Martin Wipler

O Camerado Close! (2006)//for vocal quartet based on a poem by Walt Whitman

approx. 4′

Work commissioned by the ensemble schnittpunktvokal

Self-published

World Premiere: 30.9.2006, Hannover

An die Musik (2006)//for mixed (youth -) choir on a poem by Rainer Maria Rilke

approx. 2’30”

Work commissioned by the Steirischer Sängerbund

Self-published

World Premiere: 15.2.2007, Graz, Conductor: Miriam Ahrer

Kroküsse (2006/07)//for male voice and instrumental ensemble on a poem by Lothar Knessl

approx. 4′

Self-published

World Premiere: 25.4.2007, Vienna, Conductor: Gerd Kühr

Still, still! (2008)//for upper voice choir, words: Petra Ernst (very freely after Franz Pocci)

approx. 4′

Work commissioned by the Steirischer Sängerbund

Self-published

World Premiere: 12.2.2009, Graz, Conductor: Zuzana Ronck

An die Musik (2009)//for mixed choir based on a poem by Detlev von Liliencron

approx. 4′

Work commissioned by the Steirischer Sängerbund

Self-published

World Premiere: 5.11.2010, Graz, Conductor: Franz Herzog

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