Christoph Sietzen & Christian Schmitt
As an organist, you can practically draw on unlimited resources by registering your own orchestra. But that's not enough for the internationally sought-after Christian Schmitt. He also enjoys teaming up with other musicians, here with Luxembourg percussionist Christoph Sietzen. Together they immerse themselves in Sofia Gubaidulina's »Detto«, let it rip in the effective »Danse Macabre« by Saint-Saëns and bring along a new piece composed for them by the Swedish composer Andrea Tarrodi. With Maki Ishii's »Thirteen Drums« or Bach's famous organ passacaglia, everyone gets their big solo.
NOTEN | SCHLÜSSEL 18.45 Uhr, Aula of Neue Universität
Concert introduction by the Freundeskreises
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In cooperation with the University of Heidelberg
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We are thanking
Christoph Sietzen percussion
Christian Schmitt organ
Sofia Gubaidulina Detto 1 - Sonate für Orgel und Schlagzeug
Maki Ishii Thirteen Drums
Johann Sebastian Bach Passacaglia und Fuge c-Moll BWV 582 für Orgel
Andrea Tarrodi Poseidon
Toshio Ichiyanagi The Source for Solo Marimba
Arvo Pärt Annum per Annum für Orgel
Camille Saint-Saëns Danse Macabre