Diez Estudios Escénicos [Ten scenic Etudes] is a musical work for the stage by Juan Maria Solare. ...more on Wikipedia about "Diez Estudios Escénicos"
Epiclesis is a work by Juan Maria Solare for flute (Cologne, 25- 30 September 1995) [4'30"]. First performed by Thomas Brögger at the Musikhochschule in Cologne on 26 January 1996. Performed by Thomas Brögger at the Städtischen Museum in Gelsenkirchen (Germany) on 28/FEB/1996. Second Honorific Mention in the First National Competition "Juan Carlos Paz", organized in 1996 by the Fondo Nacional de las Artes (National Endowment for the Arts) in Argentina (category "piece for unaccompanied instrument"). Performed by Tatjana Morozov on May 27 1998 at the auditorium "Freie Kammerspiele Köln", in Cologne (Germany). Northamerican first performance by Christine Perea on 15/FEB/2003 at the A.R.T./New York's South Oxford Space (Brooklyn, New York), in the frame of the project "Love and Loss" organized by Vox Novus and Birmingham Art Music Alliance. ...more on Wikipedia about "Epiclesis (composition)"
"Ligia Lieder (the abstract claustrophobie of the desert)" (Javier Adúriz), is a cycle of four songs for soprano and piano, composed in (1993-1994) by Juan Maria Solare. [11'25"] It is dedicated to Gabriela Liberatori. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ligia Lieder"
*"Suite Modal" for flute and clarinet (1985) [5']. First performed by Silvia Gelós and Amelia Saftich at the Anfiteatro Promúsica in Buenos Aires on 12 September 1986. Published: Dohr Verlag (Köln) ED 95286 (ISMN M - 2020 - 286 - 5). Recording by Regine Kuhn (flute) and Heidi Voss (clarinet), CD "Pifferari - Werke für Flöte und Klarinette", July 2001, Label Heidi Voss (Wiesbaden, Germany). ...more on Wikipedia about "List of compositions by Juan Maria Solare"
Passacaglia über Heidelberg is a musical work by Juan Maria Solare for clarinet, violin and violoncello (Cologne, 30/JAN - 11/FEB/1996) [7'00"]. It is dedicated to the city of Heidelberg on the occasion of its 800th anniversary. It was first performed on 4 April 1997 by Martin Vogel (cl), Mayumi Hasegawa (vln) and Monika Schwamberger (vcl) at the Heiliggeistkirche (church of the Holy Ghost) in Heidelberg, as first piece of the opening concert of the 11th Festival "Gegenwelten" for New Music, organized by the Kulturinstitut Komponistinnen. A fragment of this recording was aired on 15 April 1997, in the programme "World of classical music" of the Latin American desk of the radio Deutsche Welle. Performed again by the Ensemble Octandre in Bologna on 29 March 2000 and on 8 November 2000. Performed at the Círculo de Bellas Artes of Madrid on 12 July 2001 by members of the JONDE (Joven Orquesta Nacional de España); the concert was repeated in Segovia on 1 August 2001. ...more on Wikipedia about "Passacaglia über Heidelberg"
Point of No Return is a " ballet for tape (stereo)" composed by Juan Maria Solare. Designed in Worpswede (24-28/JAN/2002), details 14/MAR/2002, made in Cologne at the composer's studio, 29/SEP-5/OCT 2002. [5'00"]. First performance: 13/APR/2003 at the Akademie für Tonkunst, Darmstadt (Germany), in the frame of the concert "Begegnung mit Lateinamerika - Elektroakustische Musik" ("Encounter with Latin America - electroacoustic music"), during the 57th Days of the Institut für neue Musik und Musikerziehung (Institut for New Music and Music Education). Mixer in 8-canals by the composer. ...more on Wikipedia about "Point of No Return (ballet)"
Seis bagatelas is a work by Juan Maria Solare for trio of flutes (1987) [8'15"]. Published: Dohr Verlag (Köln) ED 96307. World premiere in Mendoza on 15 November 2000 at the Auditorio of the Escuela de Música of the Universidad Nacional de Cuyo, by Virginia Rivarola, Cecilia Ulloque and Irina Gruszka (concert "Argentine Music for Flute"). First European performance the Trio Soli Sono at the Berliner Kabarett Anstalt, Berlin, on 26 December 2000. ...more on Wikipedia about "Seis bagatelas"
"Solidità della nebbia" (Solidity of mist) is a piece of electronic music, composed by Juan Maria Solare, for bassett horn and electronic sounds. It was made at the Studio of the Musikhochschule in Cologne (with the support of Marcel Schmidt and the guidance of Hans Ulrich Humpert). Based on samples of bassett horn, performed by Michele Marelli, and of his voice. Cologne and Milan, 30/NOV 1999 - SEP/2000. [10'45" in length] The first performance was by Michele Marelli (corno di bassetto) on 12 October, 2000 in the Aula Magna of the Hochschule für Musik at Cologne, opening the festival for the 35th anniversary of the School's Studio for Electronic Music. It was Repeated by Michele Marelli on 25 January 2002 in Alessandria (Italy) for the Jazz Association "L' AX". In May 2002 the piece won an award at the Tribuna Argentina de Música Electroacústica (TRIME), organized by the Foundation Encuentros Internacionales de Música Contemporánea (EIMC-SIMC), with the support of the Consejo Argentino de la Música (CAMU-CIM-Unesco). ...more on Wikipedia about "Solidità della nebbia"
Spaghettisssimo is a musical work by Juan Maria Solare for variable Formation (1 to 6 performers). It is dedicated to Tom Johnson, for his 60th birthday. [2'00"]. Stuttgart, July 1998. ...more on Wikipedia about "Spaghettisssimo"
Trio for One is a musical work for stage by Juan Maria Solare. ...more on Wikipedia about "Trio for One"
Two Still Lives in Free Fall is a work for flute and cello, composed by Juan Maria Solare. (Cologne, 8-18/JUN/1998) [5'30"] It is dedicated to Tasneem Hanfi and Caroline Stinson. 6 pages. ...more on Wikipedia about "Two Still Lives in Free Fall"
Veinticinco de agosto, 1983 (August the 25th, 1983) is a chamber opera by Juan Maria Solare, to a Spanish libretto by Javier Adúriz based on the story by Jorge Luis Borges. Solare composed the opera from 1992 to 1993. ...more on Wikipedia about "Veinticinco de agosto, 1983"
Zugzwang is a musical work by Juan Maria Solare. ...more on Wikipedia about "Zugzwang (musical work)"
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