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Friedrich Cerha

Friedrich Cerha
"bevor es zu spät ist..."

Year of composition: 1988/1997
Scored for: for tenor and orchestra
Composer: Friedrich Cerha
Text Source: after a text from "Holzfällen"
Text Author: Thomas Bernhard
Soloists: tenor
Instrumentation: 2 2 3 3 - 4 2 3 0 - timp, perc(3), hp, sop.sax, baritone, str
Instrumentation details:
1st flute
2nd flute (+picc)
1st oboe
2nd oboe
1st clarinet in A
2nd clarinet in A
bass clarinet in Bb
soprano saxophone in Bb
1st bassoon
2nd bassoon
contrabassoon
1st horn in F
2nd horn in F
3rd horn in F
4th horn in F
1st trumpet in C
2nd trumpet in C
1st trombone
2nd trombone
3rd trombone
baritone
timpani
1st percussion
2nd percussion
3rd percussion
harp
violin I
violin II
viola
violoncello
contrabass
Duration: 13′
Dedication: Meiner Heimatstadt Wien
 
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bevor es zu spät ist...

World Première

Location: Wiener Musikverein, Großer Saal Wien / Austria
Date: 12.05.2000
Orchestra: ORF Radio-Symphonieorchester Wien
Conductor: Friedrich Cerha
Main Soloists: Kenneth Riegel, T

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