Christoph Sietzen & Christian Schmitt
As an organist, you can virtually draw on your own resources and put together your own orchestra. But that is not enough for the internationally sought-after Christian Schmitt. He also likes to team up with other musicians, here with the Luxembourg percussionist Christoph Sietzen. Together they immerse themselves in Sofia Gubaidulina's »Detto«, give it their everything in Saint-Saëns' impressive »Danse Macabre«, and bring along a new piece composed for them by Swedish composer Andrea Tarrodi. With Maki Ishii's »Thirteen Drums« and Bach's famous organ passacaglia, everyone gets their big solo.
NOTEN | SCHLÜSSEL 6:45 p.m., Lecture Hall 13
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Christoph Sietzen Percussion
Christian Schmitt Organ
Sofia Gubaidulina Detto 1 – Sonate für Orgel und Schlagzeug
Maki Ishii Thirteen Drums op. 66
Johann Sebastian Bach Passacaglia und Fuge c-Moll BWV 582 für Orgel
Camille Saint-Saëns Danse Macabre g-Moll op. 40
Arvo Pärt Variationen zur Gesundung von Arinushka für Marimba
Annum per Annum für Orgel
Andrea Tarrodi Neue Komposition für Christian Schmitt und Christoph Sietzen