Klaus Huber - Soliloquia Sancti Aurelii Augustini album
Music by Klaus Huber performed during ISCM World New Music Days festivals. 1958 Oratio Mechtildis for alto voice and chamber orchestra (1956-57) 1959 Des Engels Anredung an die Seele for tenor, flute, clarinet, French horn, and harp (1957) 1960 Auf die ruhige Nachtzeit for soprano, flute, viola, and cello (1958) - 1962 Cuius Legibus Rotantur Poli for chorus and orchestra (1962) 1966 Alveare vernat for flute and ensemble (1965). Cuius Legibus Rotantur Poli was subsequently incorporated into Huber’s 51-minute Soliloquia Sancti Aurelii Augustini, which received its premiere in Zurich in 1964, as the seventh and final movement. Submitted by Javier Hagen, President SGNM Schweizer Gesellschaft für Neue Musik.
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Solistes XXI. Klaus Huber - Miserere Hominibus - Vida Y Muerte. 6 years ago 6 years ago. Contemporary Classical. Extrait du CD "Klaus Huber : Miserere Hominibus - Agnus Dei cum Recordatione" enregistré par les Solistes XXI (anciennement les jeunes solistes) en 2006 et 1991. Klaus Huber (né en 1924). Misere Hominibus Mammona Inquitatis Pour 7 chanteurs et 7 instrumentistes (2005-2007). Agnus Dei cum Recordatione Hommage à Johannes Ockeghem Pour 4 chanteurs, luth et 2 vièles (1990-1991).
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Swiss-born composer Klaus Huber died on October 2, 2017 in Perugia at the age of 92. His works are characterized by deeply-held moral, artistic, and aesthetic convictions, and they remain extremely influential to this day. Numerous great composers ranked among his pupils, including Wolfgang Rihm, Brian Ferneyhough, Toshio Hosokawa, Kaija Saariaho and Younghi Pagh-Paan (who later became his wife). We have lost a great person and a great musician, a thinker, a passionate pedagogue, and an endless source of inspiration. Our thoughts are with his family