The 2nd audio book from the artist released with col legno, read by Wolfram Berger and with music from our treasure chamber – audio entertainment beyond compare.
Hannes Loeschel sets William Blake’s cycle of poems »Songs of Innocence« to music, ably assisted by the marvelous British vocal artist Phil Minton. col legno pop at its finest.
Günter Brus’ marvellous novel read in German by Bernd Jeschek!
Oscillating between jazz, classic and new music, two exceptional projects by Swiss composer Daniel Schnyder are presented on this col legno CD.
Symphonies No. 1 - 9 Haydn Orchestra Gustav Kuhn, conductor
Gustav Kuhn’s celebrated Parsifal, recorded live at the Passion Festival Hall Erl in the summer of 2007, with the Chorus and Orchestra of the Tyrolean Festival!
"Volksmusik" – folk music at its best: pure and genuine – collected by Herma Haselsteiner, compiled by maestro Gustav Kuhn
Dispositions furtives – A piano album perceptively hinting at possibilities to recall fading memories and lost times at the touch of a key, featuring Alfonso Alberti at the piano.
Sven-Eric Bechtolf, the actor and theater and opera director, interprets Wagner’s original texts for his Ring des Nibelungen – "a logopedical circus act."
John Clark, Dave Taylor and Franz Hackl on French horn, trumpet and bass trombone are not just a brass trio but create a whole cosmos of sounds, styles and techniques.
“A Beethoven that bubbles over with joie de vivre!” Christine Lemke-Matwey of the Tagesspiegel in Berlin about Gustav Kuhn’s Beethoven-recording of Beethoven’s First and Fifth Symphonies. Classical – new from col legno!
Following the great success of Mitterer’s "Brave little tailor" our second children’s opera is now available on CD: Eisenhans! “Child-friendly and light-hearted" (AllMusicGuide)
I Hate Mozart, hit production of the Vienna Mozart Year 2006, superbly presented by the original ensemble, has now been released on SACD and DVD!
Maderna’s oboe concertos: a remarkable amalgamation of serialism, polyphone interweavings, sound poetry and delicate lyricisms.
Mauricio Kagel by himself: the composer, theater maker, filmmaker, virtuoso, writer of radio plays and, on the whole, all-round talent conducts his own works.
In his Dis-Kontur and Sub-Kontur, the young Rihm strongly revolted against the emotional coolness he en-countered in the style of the musical avant-garde.
In search of the inconceivable: with immense intensity Brass approaches the question of existence itself, of the line that separates being from disappearing.
The maximalist among American composers: Powerful harmonies, elegant handicraft, and a penchant for musical tradition characterizes Wuorinen’s oeuvre for piano.
Against spontaneity and con-sistency: Poppe manages the feat of being both a systematic and a revolutionary composer, one who plays by the rules and beats them at the same time.