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Michael Denhoff
Hebdomadaire
1
intraDa 02:12
3
Elegie 02:04
5
akkorDISchES 02:25
7
Fast eine passacaglia 04:00
9
Erinnerungen (Canto I) 05:19
11
Grelle Spur (Scherzo II) 01:03
13
Klangszene I für Hwei-Lee und Volker 03:13
15
Invention II 01:28
16
Berceuse 02:31
19
Stele in memoriam Luigi Nono 04:26
22
Aulodie (Canto II) für Mutter 03:16
25
Lamento 02:35
26
Klangszene II für Annette 02:59
27
Prolog (Klangszene III) für günter Bialas 03:28
28
Haiku 01:51
29
Refrain für Richard Nöbel 02:58
30
Bagatelle 00:29
33
Étude hommage à György Ligeti 01:39
36
FISsione für György Kurtág 01:06
40
ENIGMA (Motto) hommage á Morton Feldman 05:33
43
Klangbrief über eine Begleitfigur (an Liszt) für Heinz Albert Heindrichs 01:08
46
Klangbrief über ein Signal 02:20
49
Klangbrief über ein intervall (an Webern) 01:58
52
Klangbrief über ein Echo (Selbstbildnis) 05:32
Total Time 02:06:54
Michael Denhoff, Hebdomadaire op.62 12,99 €  |  download
01 Michael Denhoff - Prolog 03:29
02 Michael Denhoff - Invention I 01:51
03 Michael Denhoff - Refrain 02:59
04 Michael Denhoff - Nachtstu¨ck 00:30
05 Michael Denhoff - Capriccio II 02:42
06 Michael Denhoff - Tempus fugit 02:57
07 Michael Denhoff - Fast eine Passacaglia 01:40
08 Michael Denhoff - Stille 03:03
09 Michael Denhoff - Mezza voce 02:47
10 Michael Denhoff - FISsione 01:07
11 Michael Denhoff - Spiegelschrift 01:53
12 Michael Denhoff - Kondukt 03:57
13 Michael Denhoff - Klangszene I 03:01
14 Michael Denhoff - Enigma 05:34
15 Michael Denhoff - Klangbrief 02:23
16 Michael Denhoff - Klangbrief u¨ber eine Sequenz 02:36
17 Michael Denhoff - Klangbrief u¨ber eine Begleitfigur 01:09
18 Michael Denhoff - Ohne Titel 02:43
19 Michael Denhoff - Stele in memoriam 01:39
20 Michael Denhoff - Klangbrief u¨ber ein Signal 02:20
21 Michael Denhoff - Klangbrief u¨ber einen Akkord 02:00
22 Michael Denhoff - Klangbrief u¨ber ein Motiv 01:12
23 Michael Denhoff - Klangbrief u¨ber ein Intervall 01:59
24 Michael Denhoff - Phantasiestu¨ck 03:14
25 Michael Denhoff - lamento 01:47
26 Michael Denhoff - Klangszene II 05:33
01 Michael Denhoff - Prolog 02:13
02 Michael Denhoff - haiku 01:26
03 Michael Denhoff - Elegie 02:05
04 Michael Denhoff - Bagatelle 01:58
05 Michael Denhoff - akkorDISchES 02:26
06 Michael Denhoff - Fast eine Sonate 01:21
07 Michael Denhoff - Etude 04:00
08 Michael Denhoff - Im Gegenlicht 01:20
09 Michael Denhoff - Erinnerungen 05:19
10 Michael Denhoff - Dunkle Spur 01:14
11 Michael Denhoff - Grelle Spur 01:03
12 Michael Denhoff - Intermezzo 01:38
13 Michael Denhoff - Epilog 03:13
14 Michael Denhoff - AS-Sonanzen 02:08
15 Michael Denhoff - Enigma 01:29
16 Michael Denhoff - Berceuse 02:37
17 Michael Denhoff - Cabaret 01:42
18 Michael Denhoff - Klangbrief u¨ber eine Wiederholung 02:49
19 Michael Denhoff - Klangbrief u¨ber einen Namen 04:27
20 Michael Denhoff - Capriccio 01:10
21 Michael Denhoff - Fast eine Chaconne 02:05
22 Michael Denhoff - Aulodie 03:16
23 Michael Denhoff - Fast eine Fuge 01:44
24 Michael Denhoff - Klangbrief u¨ber eine Skala 02:34
25 Michael Denhoff - Klangbrief u¨ber einen Rhythmus 02:35
26 Michael Denhoff - Klangbrief u¨ber ein Echo 03:00
"To me the piano has become the instrument that offers the richest variety of modes of expression, both for experimenting with new formal and structural ideas and for inventing new sound visions in terms of color and harmony. The uncompromising exhaustion of extremes, the unlimited variety of emotional expressions, and the wide range of musical discourses can hardly be realized better or more radical than in restricting oneself to what a musician is able to demonstrate on this instrument. All culinary delusions available to a larger instrumental apparatus are omitted, only the essential remains: the spiritual core," wrote Michael Denhoff in his introduction to Hebdomadaire op. 62 (1990). The cycle is divided into four parts comprising thirteen pieces each, which are envisaged as a compact whole within each of the four parts, linked by formal, harmonious and other connections.

... In part three, Denhoff adds a few percussion instruments, a mechanical metronome and a voice, always, however, essentially integrated in the overall context rather than brought in for mere effect. The fourth and final book comprises an introductory part – ENIGMA (Motto) – and twelve so-called sound letters, a newly defined form for "coming to terms with the past musically:" The Sound letter on a tremolo makes Schubert's fantasia for violin and piano drift past, while Satie's Vexations emerge along with Liszt's late piano piece Nuages gris or Mahler's fifth symphony. And not unlike Schumann, who concluded his lieder cycles (in a quite autobiographical manner) by a postlude encompassing all that came before, Denhoff also claims the final word for his own, in the Sound letter on an echo (self portrait). The German pianist Birgitta Wollenweber embarked on this highly rewarding journey through the pianistic year: remarkable piano music in an excellent interpretation.
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