Gesualdo four 0 one: Brass Surround 12.2

Several people are standing at a railing and look at the camera or talk with each other

Sat, 25.10.2014, 8 pm CEST, Concert, Foyer

In the continuation of the series »blech surround 12.2«, bach blech & blues takes the public on an exciting journey in a changing, second concert on October 25, by drawing on the ZKM spaces: the two halves of the program are divided between the ZKM_Foyer, with its numerous galleries, and the ZKM_Cube, the ZKM concert hall. Composer and Rihm student, Johannes Motschmann, has written two works for bach blech & blues with live electronics both of which are dedicated to the 401st birthday of Gesualdo. The additional part of the concert in the ZKM_Cube also draws on the possibilities of electronic rain. The tension extends from Gabrieli and Bach via Beethoven‘s »Wellington‘s Victory« through to jazz arrangements.
 

Program

Stefan Pfeifer Bach-Jazzludium e-moll
from WTK
Claudio Monteverdi Nisi Dominus
from Marienvesper
Giovanni Gabrieli Canzon per sonar
Josquin des Préz Nymphes Nappés
Johannes Motschmann commissioned work about Gesualdo (A)
version for bbb solo
J.S. Bach/Busoni Chorale prelude on »Es kommt der Heiden Heiland«
Till F. Weser Danserye
Steffen Schorn Maniac Maelzel
with live electronics
Beethoven Wellingtons Sieg
editing Friedrich H. Kern, with live electronics
Johannes Motschmann commissioned work about Gesualdo (A')
version for bbb (A) and live electronics
Allan Botschinsky Don‘t shoot the banjo player
Barns After you‘ve gone
with live electronics
Harry James Trumpet Blues and Cantabile