The Squid's Ear Magazine


Haubenstock-Ramati, Roman: Concerto A Tre (Hat [now] ART)

Ensemble Recherche plays chamber music pieces by Polish composer Roman Haubenstock-Ramati that are dynamically explosive and allow for the free communicating of the musicians.
 

Price: $18.95



Quantity:

In Stock

Quantity in Basket: None

Log In to use our Wish List
Shipping Weight: 2.00 units

Sample The Album:





product information:

Personnel:



Melise Mellinger-violin

Barbara Maurer-viola

Lucas Fels-cello

Andrew Digby-trombone

Christian Dierstein-percussion

Klaus Steffes-Hollander-piano

Martin Fahlenbock-flute

Jacqualine Burk-oboe

Uwe Mockel-clarinet


Click an artist name above to see in-stock items for that artist.




UPC: 752156011422

Label: Hat [now] ART
Catalog ID: Hat[now]ART114
Squidco Product Code: 18483

Format: CD
Condition: New
Released: 1999
Country: Switzerland
Packaging: Cardstock 3 page foldover
Recorded September 1st-3rd, 1996 and January 4th-7th & 9th-11th, 1998 at Funkhaus WDR Koln. Recorded on June 8th, 1997 at SWF Baden-Baden.

Descriptions, Reviews, &c.

"A fragile, transparent, fine network constitutes the vanishing point in Roman Haubenstock-Ramati's creations. That is why his chamber music pieces do not merely result from daily compositional exercises, but are the virtual essence of his life's work."—Reinhard Kager


Artist Biographies

"Christian Dierstein has established himself among the most interesting performers in the contempory music of our time.He studied under Bernhard Wulff at the Freiburg Musikhochschule and under Gaston Sylvestre in Paris.Heis the winner of numerous competitions and received scholarships from the Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes and the Akademie Schloß Solitude ,Stuttgart.

He is the percussionist of the ensemble recherche since 1988.

Together with Marcus Weiss and Nic Hodges he forms the trio accanto.In addition to his performances of new music ,he has focused on non-European music and free improvisation.

He has given solo concerts throughout Europe. In the season 2010/11 he was one of the "Rising Stars" from the European Concert Hall Organisation.Important appearances include:Amsterdam Concertgebouw, Athens ,Berliner Festspiele,Brussel Festival,Donaueschinger Musiktage,Huddersfield Festival,Lucerne Festival,Monday evening concerts Los Angeles,Rachmaninov Hall Moskau,Festival d'Autome Paris,Ircam Paris, Rome,Salzburg Festival,Schleswig Holstein

Festival,Suntory Hall Tokyo,Wien Modern,Wittener Tage für neue Kammermusik,Zürich Festival für neue Musik and others.

He has recorded for several labels including Kairos,col legno,Stradivarius, Winter & Winter,neon and his recordings have been the recipients of numerous awards.

Christian Dierstein works together regulary with several of the greatest living composers,figures such as Hans Abrahamsen,Beat Furrer, Hugues Dufourt, Helmut Lachenmann,Rebecca Saunders, Salvatore Sciarrino.

Since 2001 he is Professor for percussion and new chamber music at the Hochschule für Musik in Basel, Switzerland.

He gave masterclasses in Buenos Aires,Berlin,Chicago,Los Angeles,Genf, Madrid,Moskau,New York,Oslo,Peking,Valencia,Tiflis and others.Since 2008 he is one of the percussion tutor of the Darmstädter summer courses , since 2011 he is the percussion tutor of the Impuls academy in Graz ,since 2014 regular guest teacher in Madrid and 2017 tutor of the Luzern academy."

-Christian Dierstein Website (http://www.christiandierstein.de/bio/bio_english.php)
5/28/2024

Have a better biography or biography source? Please Contact Us so that we can update this biography.


Track Listing:



1. Streichtrio Nr. 1/Ricercari (1948/78): I. Allegro, Molto Inquieto 1:57 2. Streichtrio Nr. 1/Ricercari (1948/78): II. Lento 1:30

3. Streichtrio Nr. 1/Ricercari (1948/78): III. Allegro Molto 1:02

4. Concert A Tre (1972): A 1:57

5. Concert A Tre (1972): B 3:32

6. Concert A Tre (1972): C 2:21

7. Concert A Tre (1972): D 6:20

8. Für Kandinsky (1987) 12:19

9. Streichtrio Nr. 2 (1985): I 2:48

10. Streichtrio Nr. 2 (1985): II 16:39

11. Streichtrio Nr. 2 (1985): III 4:22

Related Categories of Interest:


Compositional Forms
Hat Art
New in Compositional Music
Friends of Squid

Search for other titles on the label:
Hat [now] ART.


Recommended & Related Releases:
Counterpoise (Carisi / Sauter / Wolff / Wolfpe)
Counterpoise
(Hat [now] ART)
Four composers - John Carisi, Eddie Sauter, Christian Wolff, and Stefan Wolpe - create a program of works with a measured balance in the interrelated and contrasting material.
Other Recommended Releases:
Johnson, Evan
L' Art De Toucher
(Another Timbre)
Five works from US composer often based in Amsterdam, Evan Johnson, in solo, duo and trio settings including a triptych titled "L'art de toucher" in three configurations, demonstrating his unique approach to writing using disparate musical influences from modern to Baroque, mated to anarchic experimentalism and a Wandelweiser sensibility; fascinating!
Ercetin, Turgut (Ensemble Mosaik, Ensemble Apparat, Ensemble Adapter, Sonar Quartett)
Panopticon Specularities
(Edition Rz)
Istanbul composer Turgut Ercetin (Daad artists-in-Berlin 2016 award winner) completed his doctorate studies at Stanford University, developing works engaged with issues of sound as sonic entities dealing with time and space, here in a string quartet performed by Arditti Quartet, and a work for voice and live electronics performed by Neue Vocalsolisten Stuttgar.
Hauser, Fritz
Laboratorio - Solo Percussion
(Hat [now] ART)
Swiss drummer & percussionist Fritz Hauser's solo album creates a fictional percussion center that he uses as as springboard to compose solo works for spaces within the [non-existent] environment, depicted in both spacious and active sound work, generating open-air locations with bird sounds and cymbals and areas of quick-paced activity; absolutely impressive.
Lim, Liza
Orchestral Works
(Hat [now] ART)
Composer Liza Lim presents 3 lesser known works: "The Compass" for orchestra with solo parts for flute and didgeridoo; "Pearl, Ochre, Hair String" featuring a cello solo using a guiro bow; and "The Guest" written for recorder soloist Jeremias Schwarzer.
Stockhausen / Beethoven (Pi-hsien Chen)
Klavierstucke / Sonaten
(Hat [now] ART)
Alternating between Stockhausen and Beethoven, pianist Pi-Hsien Chen performs solo works including "Klavierstuck", "Sonata A-Dur Op. 101" and "Sonata C-moll Op. 111", contrasting and comparing the innovations of both composers.



Customers Who Bought This Item Also Bought:
Braxton, Anthony
10 Comp (Lorraine) 2022
(New Braxton House)
Documenting six live performances with Anthony Braxton's Lorraine Trio featuring trumpeter Susana Santos Silva, accordionist/vocalist Adam Matlock, and Anthony Braxton, plus four studio recordings featuring Braxton, saxophonist James Fei, and bassists Zach Rowden and Carl Testa, in a solid box set of 10 CDs in five gatefold wallets with a 28 page booklet of notes by Anthony Braxton.
Arthurs, Tom
Augmented Nature
(Confront)
A one-take improvisation recorded in Berlin by trumpeter Tom Arthurs, caught on New Year's Day 2018 using piccolo trumpet, mutes and binaural field recordings, intended for headphone listening, as he provides an incredible sense of location while stimulating his listener with subtle interventions that ultimately act as a backdrop for his distinctive and sly soloing.
Kaiser, Henry / Ed Pettersen
We Call All Times Soon
(Split Rock Records)
A series of acoustic guitar duos between Henry Kaiser playing on an 18-string harp guitar, and Ed Pettersen, playing an 8-string Weissenborn guitar, freely improvised and with a psychedelic/cosmic impulse as the two draw on elements of Americana and roots-based folk music in four extended recordings, the camaraderie and mutual intent evident in this fascinating album.
Uchihashi, Kazuhisa / Richard Scott
Awesome Entities
(Doubtmusic)
Japanese guitarist and daxophone player Kazuhisa Uchihashi joins forces with Berlin-based composer and free improvising analogue modular synthesizer player Richard Scott for an album of unique orchestration, the daxophone "humanizing" the playing with unusual voicing.
Rosenberger, Katharina
SHIFT
(Hat [now] ART)
First recordings of composer Katharnia Rosenberger's SHIFT and other dynamic and exciting works incorporating spatialization, by an electroacoustic orchestra including Rage Thrombones, captured in 2016 at the University of California, in San Diego, California.
World Heritage, The (Yamamoto Seiichi / Katsui Yuji / Kido Natsuki / Nasuno Mitsuru / Yoshida Tatsuya)
The Land of Light
(Magaibutsu)
The Japanese improvising rock quintet The World Heritage--Yamamoto Seiichi, Katsui Yuji, Kido Natsuki, Nasuno Mitsuru, and Yoshida Tatsuya--with two guitars, violin, bass and drums, in a live recording of dynamic collective improvisation at Akihabara Goodman in 2013.
BZ BZ UEU
Tapes & Vinyls
(Music a la Coque)
Reissue of Italian improvising rock band of Jacopo Andreini (sax), Pino Montecalvo (bass), Carlo Lupori (drums), Efisio Biancofiore (guitar), Edi Leo (trumpet), active from 1993 to 2005, in their first demo tape recorded live in studio in 1994 plus two 7" split with NO and God Is My Co-Pilot.
Bradford, Bobby / Hafez Modirzadeh / Mark Dresser / Alex Cline
Live At The Open Gate [VINYL]
(NoBusiness)
West Coast cornetist Bobby Bradford captured live in 2013 for a superb set at the Center for the Arts in Los Angeles, part of the Open Gate Theatre Sunday evening concert series, in a quartet with Hafez Modirzadeh on alto sax, Mark Dresser on bass, and Alex Cline on drums.
Dahinden, Roland / Hildegard Kleeb
Stones
(Hatology)
Married and working as a duo since 1987, Swiss pianist Hildegard Kleeb and trombonist Roland Dahinden have a rare telepathic link in their freely improvised duos, informed by their work with Anthony Braxton, Alvin Lucier, John Cage, Pauline Oliveros, Christian Wolff, &c. &c.
Butcher, John / Michael Duch
Fjordgata
(Confront)
A live recording at the Jazzfest Trondheim, Trondelag Senter for Samtidskunst, in May 2015 from the freely improvising duo of John Butcher and contrabassist Michael Duch, a superb extended concert of incredible reed technique and concept anchored by Duch's flexible bass work.
McPhee / Saft / Morris / Downs
Ticonderoga
(Clean Feed)
A burning spiritual session inspired by John Coltrane's "Live at the Village Vanguard Again" that began when Jamie Saft told Joe Morris about his deep admiration for Alice Coltrane's playing, adding McPhee and Downs as the perfect complement to realize this excellent album.
Evans, Peter / Tim Dahl / Mike Pride
Pulverize The Sound
(Relative Pitch)
The trio of trumpeter Peter Evans, electric bassist Tim Dahl, and drummer/percussionist Mike Pride have played together since 2010, crossing the boundaries of improvisation, composition and rock in dynamic genre-defying music intended to be played loud.
La Casa, Eric / Cedric Peyronnet
La Creuse
(Herbal International)
Eric La Casa and Cedric Peyronnet collected sounds in a triangular area in the north of the Creuse departement, France, giving the landscape a sonic corporeality by each initiating a sound work based on a specific site, which the other composer expanded upon.
Morris, Joe
Mess Hall
(Hatology)
Dark, edgy and superb electric guitar work from Joe Morris in a trio with Stave Lantner on electric keyboard and Jerome Deupree on drums, the final part of what Morris calls "Big Loud Electric Guitar Trilogy" that started with "Sweatshop" and "Racket Club", following the Hendrix legacy.
Fox, Chistopher
Works For Piano, Philip Thomas piano
(Hat [now] ART)
Four large and distinctive works by composer Christopher Fox performed by pianist Philip Thomas, who also writes the liner notes about the works, revealing and explaining the compositional elements, piano preparations, and physical requirements placed on the performer.
Evans, Peter Quintet
Destination: Void
(More Is More)
The second release from NY trumpeter Peter Evans Quintet with Ron Stabinsky on piano, Tom Blancarte on bass, Sam Pluta on live electronics, and Jim Black on drums, an epic and amazingly sophisticated album based on Frank Herbert's novel of the same name.
Ducret, Marc
Tower-Bridge [2 CDs]
(Ayler)
Guitarist Marc Ducret completes his "Tower" series with a 12-piece ensemble including all musicians from the 4 Tower volumes, includi> ng Tim Berne, Tom Rainey, Matthias Mahler, &c. in 2 CDs of two concerts from their 2012 tour; innovative and astoundingly great modern jazz.
Anzellotti, Teodoro
Push Pull
(Hat [now] ART)
New works for the accordion composed by Vinko Globokar, Toshio Hosokawa, Youghi Pagh-Paan, Rolf Riehm, and Salavatore Sciarrino and performed by Teodoro Anzellotti.
Ammann, Dieter
The Freedom of Speech
(Hat [now] ART)
The Ensemble fur Neue Musik Zurich plays seven pieces by Swiss composer Dieter Ammann, each made through a very slow creative process that contrasts the very lively and gestural music.
Gregorio, Guillermo
Faktura
(Hat [now] ART)
Guillermo Gregorio produces a series of compositions that reinterprets the structural concepts of Constructivism, Concretism, and Madi, focusing on the physicality of sound.



The Squid's Ear Magazine

The Squid's Ear Magazine

© 2002-, Squidco LLC