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Product no.: 31044

Two Canzoni from Gabrieli's "Quattro Canzoni per sonar a quattro" in an orchestration for double chorus brass ensemble.

Content:
Canzon prima “La Spiritata“ [3' 20"]
Canzon terza [2' 40"]

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Delivery weight: 330 g

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Product no.: 31036

4 Negro Spirituals arranged for brass:

  1. Deep River [2' 45"]
  2. Let my People go! [3' 15"]
  3. Nobody knows … [1' 45"]
  4. Sometimes I feel [4']
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Product no.: 31119
Originally by Kaiser-Lindemann conceived as "Drei Stücke für Tuba und Orgel" (Tree Pieces for Tuba and Organ) just the first piece „Barcarole“ has been completed. Here now it is available in its first edition.
The work was performed first on 15th June 2013 in St. Nikolai Kiel with the soloists Allan Jensen (tuba) und Wilko Ossoba (organ).

 

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Product no.: 31046

The first performance of  this composition took place on 24th of July 1844 on occasion of singing festival of the Schleswig Choral Association. Later on it advanced to the anthem of Schleswig-Holstein, which is here presented as four-part harmony with fakultative piano accompaniment.

The first stanza of the song is played traditionally at midnight by the radio station Radio Schleswig-Holstein (R.SH).

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Delivery weight: 22 g

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Product no.: 31045
Four-part choral movement  of the German church song "Geh aus, mein Herz, und suche Freud" (Sally forth , my heart, to seek for mirth) by Paul Gerhard.
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Product no.: 31050

First edition of a previously unknown choral setting for three voices by Hugo Distler.

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Delivery weight: 22 g

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Product no.: 31053

The “Tre pezzi sacri“ (three sacred pieces) were originally composed as a commissioned work for amateur choir. Considering that it was consitently held in traditional tonality. In the present version for mixed choir soprano part and alto part may be substituted by boy’s voices. The middle movement of the alternative setting for male choir however requires obligato boy’s voices.

The “Tre pezzi sacri“ are formatwise similar to the “Agnus Dei” for seven-part mixed choir op. 40. Both compositions therefor work well for a combined performance with their mixed choir formation.

Alternative instrumental settings are published for Organ op. 31, for Symphony Orchestra op. 31a and for Symphonic Brass Orchestra op. 31b (see versions for organ / symphony orchestra / brass orchestra).

The movement names:

  1. Jesu nostra Redemptio [ca. 12']
  2. Ave Maria [ca. 8' 20"]
  3. Aeterne Rex, altissime! [ca. 10' 40"]
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Product no.: 31054

The “Tre pezzi sacri“ (three sacred pieces) were originally composed as a commissioned work for mixed amateur choir. Considering that it was consitently held in traditional tonality. In the present version for male choir soprano part and alto part have to be performed by boy’s voices.

The “Tre pezzi sacri“ are formatwise similar to the “Agnus Dei” for seven-part mixed choir op. 40. Both compositions therefor work well for a combined performance with their mixed choir formation.

Alternative instrumental settings are published for Organ op. 31, for Symphony Orchestra op. 31a and for Symphonic Brass Orchestra op. 31b (see versions for organ / symphony orchestra / brass orchestra).

The movement names:

  1. Jesu nostra Redemptio [ca. 12']
  2. Ave Maria [ca. 8' 20"]
  3. Aeterne Rex, altissime! [ca. 10' 40"]
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Delivery weight: 176 g

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Product no.: 31055

The “Tre pezzi sacri“ (three sacred pieces) were originally composed as a commissioned work for amateur choir. Considering that it was consitently held in traditional tonality. In the present version for mixed choir soprano part and alto part may be substituted by boy’s voices. The middle movement of the alternative setting for male choir however requires obligato boy’s voices.

The “Tre pezzi sacri“ are formatwise similar to the “Agnus Dei” for seven-part mixed choir op. 40. Both compositions therefor work well for a combined performance with their mixed choir formation.

Alternative instrumental settings are published for Organ op. 31, for Symphony Orchestra op. 31a and for Symphonic Brass Orchestra op. 31b (see also versions for symphony orchestra / brass orchestra).

The movement names:

  1. Jesu nostra Redemptio [ca. 12']
  2. Ave Maria [ca. 8' 20"]
  3. Aeterne Rex, altissime! [ca. 10' 40"]
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Delivery weight: 198 g

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Product no.: 31056

The “Tre pezzi sacri“ (three sacred pieces) were originally composed as a commissioned work for mixed amateur choir. Considering that it was consitently held in traditional tonality. In the present version for male choir soprano part and alto part have to be performed by boy’s voices.

The “Tre pezzi sacri“ are formatwise similar to the “Agnus Dei” for seven-part mixed choir op. 40. Both compositions therefor work well for a combined performance with their mixed choir formation.

Alternative instrumental settings are published for Organ op. 31, for Symphony Orchestra op. 31a and for Symphonic Brass Orchestra op. 31b (see also versions for symphony orchestra / brass orchestra).

The movement names:

  1. Jesu nostra Redemptio [ca. 12']
  2. Ave Maria [ca. 8' 20"]
  3. Aeterne Rex, altissime! [ca. 10' 40"]
42.80 € *
Delivery weight: 198 g

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Product no.: 31057

The “Tre pezzi sacri“ (three sacred pieces) were originally composed as a commissioned work for amateur choir. Considering that it was consitently held in traditional tonality. In the present version for mixed choir soprano part and alto part may be substituted by boy’s voices. The middle movement of the alternative setting for male choir however requires obligato boy’s voices.

The “Tre pezzi sacri“ are formatwise similar to the “Agnus Dei” for seven-part mixed choir op. 40. Both compositions therefor work well for a combined performance with their mixed choir formation.

Alternative instrumental settings are published for Organ op. 31, for Symphony Orchestra op. 31a and for Symphonic Brass Orchestra op. 31b (see also versions for organ / brass orchestra).

The movement names:

  1. Jesu nostra Redemptio [ca. 12']
  2. Ave Maria [ca. 8' 20"]
  3. Aeterne Rex, altissime! [ca. 10' 40"]
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Delivery weight: 1,760 g

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Product no.: 31012

"This piece of music is a phantasmagoria from the kingdom of dead." (Gottfried von Einem)

The world premiere of this string quartet took place at 15th of March 2009 in the Tonhalle of Zurich by the "Ilios“-Quartet.

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Delivery weight: 363 g

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Product no.: 31051

The second of the 3 Preludes for Piano by George Gershwin was arranged by Wilhelm Kaiser-Lindemann for string quartet, Further arrangements of this piece by Kaiser-Lindemann are available for string orchestra and for 12 cellists, the latter was a commisorial work for the 12 Cellists of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra.

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Delivery weight: 99 g

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Product no.: 31058

The “Tre pezzi sacri“ (three sacred pieces) were originally composed as a commissioned work for mixed amateur choir. Considering that it was consitently held in traditional tonality. In the present version for male choir soprano part and alto part have to be performed by boy’s voices.

The “Tre pezzi sacri“ are formatwise similar to the “Agnus Dei” for seven-part mixed choir op. 40. Both compositions therefor work well for a combined performance with their mixed choir formation.

Alternative instrumental settings are published for Organ op. 31, for Symphony Orchestra op. 31a and for Symphonic Brass Orchestra op. 31b (see also version for symphony orchestra / brass orchestra).

The movement names:

  1. Jesu nostra Redemptio [ca. 12']
  2. Ave Maria [ca. 8' 20"]
  3. Aeterne Rex, altissime! [ca. 10' 40"]
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Product no.: 31011

Dialoghi notturni: nightly talking. It is a dialogue between two ever differeng individuals, represented by the piano and by the Cello, however beeing not allways the same person by changing amongst themselves as well. In so doing, the Cello represents the more serious partner with deeper emotions, the sage one. The piano on the other hand plays the smattering, self-indulgen part

Stylistically the composition is embedded in an chord, possibly not just a chord but merely and simply a stroke of the gong. This stroke is repeated time and time again to recall the partner that I can't master the matter and the cello answers allways in a different way.until finally after a tough discussion the chord resolves.

Dieser Akkord taucht immer wieder auf und erinnert den anderen daran: ich werde mit einer Sache nicht fertig und das Cello, der andere Partner reagiert immer wieder anders darauf, bis sich am Schluss nach zäher Diskussion dieser Akkord endlich auflöst.

(The Composer)

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Product no.: 31060

The “Agnus Dei” for seven-part mixed choir op. 40 by Kaiser-Lindemann is formatwise similar to the “Tre pezzi sacri“ op. 31. Both compositions therefor work well for a combined performance with their mixed choir formation.

Alternative instrumental settings are published for

  1. Organ op. 41
  2. Orchestra op. 41a

(see also version for organ / symphony orchestra)

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Delivery weight: 608 g

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Product no.: 31016

Intention and target for this composition was a cantata to celebrate the octocentenary of the municipal church of Preetz (Germany). Since the first performance was fixed at 30th of May 2010, the week after Whitsun, a Whit cantata seemed to be indicated. The setting was guided by the musical resources involving the congregational singing during the anniversary celebration. Kaiser-Lindemann expanded the setting by five professional performers: solo soprano, solo flute, 2 piccolo trumpets and timpani.

The lyrics were based on the forceful latin “Veni, Creator Spiritus” by Rhabanus Maurus from the 9th century, which praises the Pneuma’s power. Furthermore two different german translations were added: on the one hand the familiar “Komm, Gott Schöpfer, Heiliger Geist” and on the other hand the less known “Komm, Schöpfer Geist, kehr bei uns ein”.

Stilistically Kaiser-Lindemann’s work ranges between Gregorian hints and ecclesiastical modes right up to contemporary atonal affinity.

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Product no.: 31000
Early work by the composer from 1964 with later dedication to Emilia W. in 2003.
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Delivery weight: 22 g

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Product no.: 31084

The Slavonic dance op. 72 No. 2 was originally written by Antonin Dvořák for piano four hands and scored later on by himself. Here we present a brilliant arrangement for piano quartet by Wilhelm Kaiser-Lindemann.

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Product no.: 31118

The concert miniature "Tears on the Snow" with subtitle «Chanel Nº 6» here in the version for flugelhorn solo and piano accompaniment..The soloi nstrument may be replaced by corno or e.g. violin

The orchestrated version was performed first on February 1979 on the occation of the Theater Ball in the Kieler Schloss along with the piece "Love song in Autumn". Both compositions are published by euthentic edition under the title "Lost Seasons" (ISMN 979-0-502-31117-9).
 

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Product no.: 31017

The first performance took place at 30th of May 2010 to celebrate the octocentenary of the  municipal church of Preetz (Germany).

Stilistically Kaiser-Lindemann’s work ranges between Gregorian hints and ecclesiastical modes right up to contemporary atonal affinity.

(see also orchestral version)

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Delivery weight: 165 g

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Product no.: 31052

The second of the 3 Preludes for Piano by George Gershwin was arranged by Wilhelm Kaiser-Lindemann for string orchestra. Further arrangements of this piece by Kaiser-Lindemann are available for string quartet and for 12 cellists, the latter was a commisorial work for the 12 Cellists of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra.

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Delivery weight: 330 g

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Product no.: 31001

The piano ballad Eine wahre Geschichte (A true story) is an early work by the composer from 1971.

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Delivery weight: 22 g

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Product no.: 31061

The “Agnus Dei” for seven-part mixed choir op. 40 by Kaiser-Lindemann is formatwise similar to the “Tre pezzi sacri“ op. 31. Both compositions therefor work well for a combined performance with their mixed choir formation.

Alternative instrumental settings are published for

  1. Organ op. 41
  2. Orchestra op. 41a
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Product no.: 31120

It was the German cellist Maria Kliegel, who prompted Kaiser-Lindemann to write for her a work based on the life of the former South African President, Nelson Mandela. The result is a graphic portrait of his imprisonment and struggle for political freedom, the fusion of Western classical music, jazz and folk-music leading to a brilliant and virtouse score.
Together with Stephan Froleyks (percussion) Maria Kliegel premiered this work in the Düsseldorf Tonhalle on 16th of December 1996.

Notes of the composer concerning the respective movements:

1 Robben Island [ca. 12’]
“Robben Island“ is refering to the 26 years of Nelson Mandela’s imprisonment, the first of which under most terrible conditions. The movement expresses nagging desperation and violent emotional outbursts. Nevertheless the music suggests some hope for a better future.

2 Hunting [ca. 7’]
"Hunting" is a term of Bebop-Jazz where the instruments are alternating rapidly, they are hunting each other. This style formes the base of the second movement together with further jazz elements. But what is ment here is the “menhunt” a brutal movement, which is on the other hand highly virtuous and a rewarding challenge for the protagonists.

2a Meditation [ca. 9’]
This meditaion was originally planned as 5th movement and later on placed here as 2a by the composer. It can be understood as a transition, as a vision which will become concrete in “Meditation” of the following movement “Metamorphosis”.
(The publisher)

3 Metamorphosis [ca. 8’ 30"]
This might be the most “African” movement with its 7/8 time rhythm. Changing between muted and apparent joy of life the composer not least expresses hope for finding normality and freedom of thought in Sout Afria.

4 Lullaby (for Zaziwe) [ca. 8’]
A quiet finale, which is based on a lullaby of Mandela’s home tribe. I expressed herein my deep desire, that the mothers of this country may end their lullabies in pieace and quiet without the ever present fear of persecution.
Zaziwe is a young relative of Mandela. Obviously there is a close and intensive emotional relationship between them.

Nelson Mandelas expression of thank for the dedication:
“The President is humbled by the great honour bestowed upon him through your dedication of a music composition to him entitled Hommage à Nelson M. Your kind gesture is greatly appreciated.”

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Product no.: 31081

„Land der dunklen Wälder“ (country of the dark woods) is the final choral of the "Oratorium der Heimat" (Oratory of the Homeland) by Herbert Brust. It became the state anthem of East Prussian in the early 1930s due to its rapidly growing publicity. Here it is arranged for mixed choir with optional piano part by Wilhelm Kaiser-Lindemann.

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Delivery weight: 22 g

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Product no.: 31076

The fanous Introduction et Tarantelle op. 43 by Sarasate originally for violin and piano was arranged for piano quartet by Kaiser-Lindemann.

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Product no.: 31062

The “Agnus Dei” for seven-part mixed choir op. 40 by Kaiser-Lindemann is formatwise similar to the “Tre pezzi sacri“ op. 31. Both compositions therefor work well for a combined performance with their mixed choir formation. This orchestration showes the same instrumental ensemble as the Requiem by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. So this opens up the possibility of combining both pieces in one performance as well.

Alternative instrumental settings are published for

  1. Organ op. 41
  2. Orchestra op. 41a
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Product no.: 31135

The movements:

  1. Erinnerung (Memento) [4' 10"]
  2. Romanze (Romance) [3' 30"]
  3. Intermezzo [6' 10"]
  4. Lied „Friede sei um uns gebreitet“ ("Peace shall be spread around us") [1' 50"]
  5. Finale [5' 25"]
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Product no.: 31014a

Version for two pianos of the piano sonata op. 22 by Kaiser-Lindemann. The title of the sonata referes to its place of origin in Southern France «Lac du Sainte Croix».

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Delivery weight: 253 g

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