Universal Edition - Wolfgang Rihm – Funde im Verscharrten

Wolfgang Rihm

Wolfgang Rihm
Funde im Verscharrten

Year of composition: 2015
Scored for: for baritone with soprano and piano
Composer: Wolfgang Rihm
Edited by: Hans Magnus Enzensberger
Text Source: Gunnar Ekelöf, Poesie.
Suhrkamp Verlag, Frankfurt am Main 1962
Original Language: Schwedisch
Translator: Nelly Sachs
Instrumentation details:

Commissioned by: Kissinger LiederWerkstatt II
Duration: 10′
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World Première

Location: Regentenbau Bad Kissingen / Germany
Date: 06.07.2015
Main Soloists: Sarah Mzali-Aristidou, s; Wolfgang Holzmair, bar; Jan Philip Schulze, pno

Work Introduction

In line with the motto of the Kissinger Sommer in 2015 – “European Neighbours”, the “LiederWerkstatt” (song workshop) with Wolfgang Rihm and 6 other composers was given the task of addressing the contrast between near and far, strange and familiar, from Romanticism to the present day. In Funde im Verscharrten Rihm set four poems by the Swedish writer Gunnar Ekelöf, who is among the most significant Swedish 20th-century lyricists, for baritone with soprano and piano. The poems were translated into German by Nelly Sachs.

piano score - Funde im Verscharrten

Funde im Verscharrten
  • for baritone with soprano and piano
  • Edition type: piano score

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