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165 Composer

Well known and unsung Maestros from 600 years Musikhistory

2539 mp3 Keyboardmusic

New digital interpretation of a large variety Pianorepertoire

30 hours orchestral music:

Digital interpretation of symphonic music, concertos and works for voice and orchestra.

2600 mp3 are part of comnplete Recordings

Smaler and larger Workgroups presented entirely

1860 Mp3s First-Time-Recordings

Unsung Music from over 600 years.

Plausible Variants in Instrumentation or Scorereading

Parallelinterpretation, unusual Instrmentation or consequent following the score.

533 mp3's Chambermusic

Ensembleplaying in digital precision

Manuscripts and early edition

Acoustic exploring of historic sources with unsung musical ideas.

Voices in digital realisation

The digital musicproduction explores the richest repertoire of our tradition

Digital enthousiasm

17 hours digitale reconstruktionn of virtuosity from vairous musical epoques and instruments.

The whole variety of historic Keyboards

Music in the sound of keyboards from 500 years.

Topics of the musiical tradition

Innermusical and external references in music history


Amount perfect votings (January I. 2020)

43 Hob.XVI:1 aus: Die frühen Sonaten (ca. 1760–1767)

41 Rachmaninoff: Paganini Rhapsodie

31 Clara Schumann: Impomptu op.9

30 Hob.XVI:1 aus: Die frühen Sonaten (ca. 1760–1767)

20 Pachelbel Aria mit 4 Variationen (1689)

20 Felix Draeseke: Walzer-Scherzo op.5 Nr.2

18 Alban Berg 3 Orchesterstücke op.6

17 Jean Louis Nicodé: "Gloria !"

17 Jean Louis Nicodé: "Das Meer"

15 Draeseke: Fantasie op.8 über Themen aus Boieldieus La Dame blanche

14 1. Preludio, Etudes d’exécution transcendante

12 W.A.Mozart: Adagio Kv 617 für Glasharmonika, Flöte, Oboe, Viola und Violoncello

11 Goldbergvariationen BWV 988 (Steinway)

10 Goldbergvariationen BWV 988 (Cembalo)

9 Felix Draeseke: Frithjof WoO 7

9 2. Präludium und Fuge c-Moll, BWV 847

9 Hob.XVI:2 aus: Die frühen Sonaten (ca. 1760–1767)

8 Franz Schmidt (1874-1939) Scherzo aus Str.-quartett in A

8 Johann Sebastian Bach: Fuge für Lautenwerck g-Moll BWV 1000

7 Georg A. Benda Klavierkonzert G-Dur L-688 (ca. 1740)

7 Frederic Chopin: Concerto Nr.1 e-moll op.11

7 Janacek "Intime Briefe" 1. Satz

7 Claudio Merulo Secondo Tuono Toccata Terza

7 Hob.XVI:2 aus: Die frühen Sonaten (ca. 1760–1767)

7 Hob.XVI:49 aus: Zwei Sonaten (1789/90)

7 Partita B-major BWV 825 (Steinway)

7 Italienisches Konzert F-Dur BWV 971 (Steinway)

7 Felix Draeseke: Walzer-Nocturne op.5 Nr.1

6 Alan Belkin Symphony #2 (1983/2002)

6 Martin Kollas: 6 Miniaturen für zwei Klarinetten

6 Giovanni Gabrieli: Ricercar

6 Hob.XVI:4 aus: Die frühen Sonaten (ca. 1760–1767)

6 Hob.XVI:6 aus: Die frühen Sonaten (ca. 1760–1767)

6 Hob.XVI:34 aus: Drei Sonaten (um 1780)

6 Henri Litolff: Spinnlied


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  • Pavane pour une infante défunte - Piano 1899

    Mark H Wilson 21.03.2020 23:58
    This is lovely, thank you for posting. I am curious are you the performer or is Ravel? the sound ...
  • Fun Metal

    denovaire 16.03.2020 21:54
    who's lsitening in 2020??
    sounds like a flashback to 2003. dunno why... maybe it's the playful garage attitude.. and the ...
  • W.A.Mozart; Solfeggien KV 393, 2-4

    John Pont 14.07.2019 15:20
    Wonderful.!! Material of the KV393-2 is present in the Christe Eleison of the mass in c minor. Konstanze ...
  • Silvius Leopold Weiss: Passacaglia in D (theorbo-harpsichord)

    DrDave 09.06.2019 14:54
    Great, but...
    A wonderful interpretation with terrific sound and very skillful choices of voicings. My only quibble ...
  • Bach: Chaconne BWV 1004 for Soloviolin

    Mary 15.05.2019 12:16
    RE: Bach: Chaconne BWV 1004 for Soloviolin
    Really beautiful. Thank you! :-)
  • BWV 679 Fughetta (Silbermannorgan)

    Mike Blackburn 20.04.2019 07:39
    No Tablets of Stone here. Just pure heavenly delight.
  • Prokofiev 3. Pianoconcerto C-major

    Wil 03.04.2019 13:06
    Excellent! Fine performances all round and nicely transparent recording to boot. I have no criticisms ...
  • Canon Nr.4 C#-minor - Allegro

    re 05.02.2019 00:12
    this doesn't work? Answer S.F.: Fixed now. Thank you for the hint.
  • Alban Berg 3 Orchestral pieces op.6

    Maarten Brandt 22.11.2018 22:18
    Three orchestral pieces
    For me the most fascinating composition for orchestra of not only Berg in particular but the the ...
  • A.Berg: 7 Pianopieces Nr.2 C-major

    Martin 22.11.2018 15:41
  • A.Berg: 7 Pianopieces Nr.1 E-major

    Martin 22.11.2018 15:39
    Awesome piece
    Thank you, guys!
  • Daniel Steibelt: Sonate op.45 Eb-Dur (Schantz-Pianoforte 1790)

    Kathleen Solose 30.07.2018 18:54
    Professor, Department of Music
    Hello great to hear this literature, even if it is somewhat wooden. I’m curious about the techniques ...
  • Hob.XVI:4 from: The early Sonatas (ca. 1760–1767)

    Kathleen Solose 30.07.2018 17:53
    Professor, University of Saskatchewan
    Admirable performances and quality. are you the performer? Who performs all the other literature? The ...
  • A.Berg: Chamberconcert for Piano, Violin and Winds (1925)

    Michel Galante 14.05.2018 16:20
    purchasing xml file of Berg Kammerkonzert mvt 1 and 3
    I really like and admire your website - I'm making a chamber version of Berg's Chamber concerto for fl ...
  • Beethoven Violinconcerto D-Major op 61 Rondo

    Roberto 30.03.2018 22:31
    Pretty good
    Nice job. A bit of synthetic and robotic on the orchestral side but the solo part is soulfully ...
  • Prokofiev 2. Pianoconcert in g-minor

    thehx 19.02.2018 16:02
    good 1st mvmt
    ...only that the final climax is somewhat blurred and doesn't really feel like climax. Compared to ...
  • Brahms: Horntrio op 40 (moderne Instrumente)

    Gary Dugan 14.01.2018 17:14
    RE: Brahms: Horntrio op 40 (moderne Instrumente)
    Outstanding. Absolutely wonderful interpretation of this beautiful piece.
  • Kahn Pianoquintett D-Major 1926

    Robert Gromatka 01.01.2018 20:36
    Kahn Piano Quintet
    Hi Stephen: This is the second time I've run across your name while surfing Unsung Composers. I just ...
  • J.G.Arnold: Celloconcerto op.1

    Robert Gromatka 01.01.2018 20:03
    RE: J.G.Arnold: Celloconcerto op.1
    How can I download or obtain a physical CD (preferred) of this cello concerto by J.G. Arnold? Thank you ...
  • Regarde du pere

    LeftRight 05.12.2017 19:43
    Would it be possible to get the original midi files of this music? Great work btw. It sounds very ...
  • 13. Prelude and Fugue F#-Maj, BWV 882

    Frits 06.08.2017 07:09
    bwv 882
    Dear Steffen, Very good playing. In one word: enjoyable. Thanks a lot! Best regards.
  • Alan Belkin Symphony #2 (1983/2002)

    PaoloT 08.02.2017 16:52
    RE: Alan Belkin Symphony #2 (1983/2002)
    I think I can listen to influences from Elliot Carter. Whichever the roots, it is a beautiful, colorful ...
  • Litolff op.102,3 Scherzo

    Jack Andrews 07.02.2017 19:42
    RE: Litolff op.102,3 Scherzo
    It's extremely hard to keep the fingering clean and crisp in this section. Sadly there's some blurring ...
  • Hob.XVI:1 C-Maj from: The early Sonatas (ca. 1760–1767)

    Fiorentino 28.12.2016 21:21
    Vi ascoltano anche dall'Italia. Ciao
  • Alan Belkin Symphony #2 (1983/2002)

    Andrew Havryliv 30.10.2016 01:39  
  • Alan Belkin Symphony #2 (1983/2002)

    ALexander Ary 30.10.2016 01:18
    A fascinating "other side" of Alan. Excellent simulation! I am sometimes reminded of Berg (which ...
  • Mozart KV488 3. Movement

    sam 15.08.2016 01:32
    RE: Mozart KV488 3. Movement
    piano vst?? (8dio?) Answer SF: Synthogy Ivory Bösendorfer 290 Imperial Grand
  • Gottlieb Muffat, 12 Toccaten mit je 6 Versetln: II. in g-moll

    Hugo 28.07.2016 15:31
    RE: Gottlieb Muffat, 12 Toccaten mit je 6 Versetln: II. in g-moll
    It's the first time I hear these little gems. Wonderful! Also fairly suitable to a cembalo ...
  • B.v.Dieren: Netherlands Melodies

    David David 05.07.2016 21:11
    Van Dieren: Piano music
    Hello, and thanks very much for producing your versions of Bernard van Dieren's works - especially ...
  • Jean Louis Nicodé: Gloria!

    Nicolas Brochet 27.05.2016 02:59
    RE: Jean Louis Nicodé: Gloria!
    Is it available on CD ? Answer SF.: sorry, not yet....

Jean Louis Nicodé: Gloria! Ein Sturm- und Sonnenlied, Symphonie in einem Satze für Grosses Orchester, Orgel und (Schluss-)Chor (composed between 1.2.1902; and 28.12.1903 - in Langenbrück near Dresden)

This recording is based on the score of the SLUB Dresden 1-Mus_2-30. (musical guide in german)

(The music will need all together two hours = 123 minutes and starts with quite trumpets "behind the scene" but will become louder after a few minutes)

The Titel "Gloria!" is musically and intentionally explicitly related to a motiv from the Gloria in Beethovens Missa Solemnis. Nicodés "Gloria!" is aswell by far the largest as one of the most ambitious symphonic Compositions ever created in the musical romantism, unsurpassed in many aspects neither from any Symphony of Gustav Mahlers, Havergal Brians nor by Arnold Schönbergs Gurreliedern.

"Gloria!" was played several times successful in concert in the years after its composition with durations up to two and a half hours. Following exactly all Tempoadvises in the score it will last still two hours and three Minutes. This is the worlwide absolut first recording of this outstanding and important late romantic composition.

(see  Don O'Connors article about the three most important orchestral compositions by Nicodé)

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