soft music with amplified crash cymbals
for wind ensemble
The flugelhorn part could be played by a second trumpet.
The baritone horn part could be played by a second euphonium.
premiered by Musikkapelle Ursensollen
piano piece for the social media projects by Martin Tchiba
this piece refers to "010616" by Martin Tchiba
The "Docht - Elegien" (candle wick - elegies) were commissioned by the Beethovenfest Bonn 2017 and relate to the "love dreams" by Franz Liszt.
for solo Bass Clarinet and amplified Ensemble
inspired by drone and metal music
written for Kiev's Ukho Ensemble
there is also a version for bcl (solo), eh, pn, acc, vc + distortion and optional e-bass
written for Ensemble S201
this study for string quartett explores the movement of the right hand.
up-bow and down-bow are used to develop mainly a choreography which also has musical side effects.
for flute, bass clarinet, piano, violin, viola, cello
(there is also a second version for: flute, bass clarinet, accordion, piano, violin, cello)
Contribution to the 180° festival
"The world of classical music has discovered the remix: electronic re-arrangements of compositions for acoustic instruments. For instance, the Deutsche Grammophon label has build an entire series on this concept: “ReComposed”, with techno artists remixing compositions of Vivaldi to Mussorgsky to Mahler. Being asked to provide such a remix by Weimar's Spring Festival, techno artist Stefan Goldmann asked himself the question: why not make this more challenging? Instead of transforming an ensemble recording, he created a purely electronic work of music. Then three composers were invited to listen to his “remix” and imagine how their (still non-existent) composition could have sounded if it were the source. The result: three wildly different works for ensemble, but all held together by the musical material laid out in the remix highlighting the composers' different artistic approaches. 180° takes this idea of reverse engineered scores into round two!"
for piano solo
Duration ca. 13'
inspired by "nuages gris" from Franz Liszt
for ensemble (cl,vn,vc,acc,perc) and live electronics (2ch)
for large ensemble
(fl,ob,bcl,cbn, hn,tpt,tbn,tba, perc, pf, 2vn,va,ca)
for large orchestra
(3+picc,3+eh,3+bass,3+contra - 4,3,3+bass,1, timp, 3perc, 12/10/8/6/4)
premiered by the Bochumer Philharmoniker
for Theremin solo
duration: ca. 5'
for 4 Theremins
duration: ca. 7'
for quartet (fl,vn,va,vc)
premiered by Ensemble Recherche
duration: ca. 10'
for Cello solo
premiered by Botan Özsan