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œnm . österreichisches ensemble für neue musik © Andreas Hechenberger & Markus Sepperer

œnm . œsterreichisches ensemble fuer neue musik

Friday 21 April 2023
19:30 – ca. 21:15



œnm . œsterreichisches ensemble fuer neue musik

Irmgard Messin, Flöte

Markus Sepperer, Oboe

Theodor Burkali, Klarinette

David Fliri, Horn

Nenad Janković, Fagott


György Kurtág

Bläserquintett op. 2 (1959)

Friedrich Goldmann

Zusammenstellung. Musik für Bläser (1976)


Heinz Holliger

»h« für Bläserquintett (1968)

György Ligeti

Zehn Stücke für Bläserquintett (1968)


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Freie Platzwahl

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68er Wind Quintets

As with his 2nd String Quartet of the summer of 1968, György Ligeti succeeded in creating a classic of New Music with the Ten Pieces for Wind Quintet, which he wrote from August to December of the same year. The œnm combines this »fantastically good« work, as Ligeti himself enthusiastically wrote, with other wind quintets closely related to Ligeti's »Ten Pieces«. Almost simultaneously, »h« for wind quintet was written by Heinz Holliger, who, like Ligeti, had studied with Sándor Veress. Ligeti's compatriot György Kurtág had also been a student of Veress, and his Wind Quintet op. 2, written nine years earlier, shows astonishing parallels to Ligeti's »Ten Pieces«. Eight years after the creation of Ligeti's and Holliger's quintets, Friedrich Goldmann wrote an extensive »Music for Wind Instruments« entitled »Zusammenstellung«. As a citizen of the GDR and a composer who always stood for an avant-garde approach and who was to shape an entire generation of now successful German composers after the fall of the Wall, Goldmann was confronted with similar problems as his Hungarian colleagues during the Cold War.

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