ERNSTALBRECHT STIEBLER (born march 29th1934)is one of the first German composers involved with minimalism and ranks among the pioneers of reductive, repetitive, sound-oriented music. Although honored with several prizes (. the"Bach-Preis der Freien und Hansestadt Hamburg"), up to the current day only true connoisseurs of contemporary music are familiar with his oeuvre
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Ernstalbrecht Stiebler (born 29 March 1934 in Berlin) is a German composer of mostly chamber, choral, piano, and organ works Stiebler studied composition and piano at the Musikhochschule Hamburg, but had more important lessons at Darmstadt between 1958 and 1961, including studies with Karlheinz Stockhausen in 1959. He also studied with Ernst Giehl, Robert Gray, Edward Kleinhammer, Donald Miller, and Donald Reinhardt. As a trombonist, he is esteemed for his performances of experimental music. More than 200 works have been composed for him, including two by John Cage.
Ernstalbrecht Stiebler is the first German composer that based his compositions on minimal techniques. Stiebler, whose first reductionist work "Extension I" was first performed in 1963 clearly showed an opposite position to the serial composers of that time. As a composer Stiebler is unfortunately still very unknown, but he has a great reputation as a producer for the German radio. Some of the recordings were released on the prestigious "hat ART" label.
Cerebral Tense/Anxious Confrontational Provocative Autumnal. Ernstalbrecht Stiebler. Ernstalbrecht Stiebler:. They are separated by "Klavierstuck '87," performed by the truly gifted Marianne Schroeder. The reason for the two performances is a mechanical one: When Stiebler was going over the score with Teodoro Anzellotti, Anzellotti noted that the accordion (though certainly capable of playing everything) was not capable of making all of it audible - hence the work for organ as well. The original purpose of this composition was to create a piece for accordion where "notes within notes" would be played because of the detached, remote sound of the accordion as the air is pushed.
Streaming + Download. Includes high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Paying supporters also get unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app. Purchasable with gift card. Albrecht Ernst - alto saxophone Tobias Fröhlich - bass Jan Einar Groh - drums. Recorded live at Jazzclub Tonne, Dresden on 4th February, 2016. Albrecht Ernst Dresden, Germany.
Listen to music from Ernstalbrecht Stiebler like Intervall 19. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Ernstalbrecht Stiebler. Stiebler, Ernstalbrecht (b. March 29, 1934, Berlin) German composer of mostly chamber, choral, piano, and organ works that have been performed throughout Europe and elsewhere. Mr. Stiebler studied composition and piano at the Musikhochschule Hamburg, but had more important lessons at Darmstadt from 1958-61, including studies with Karlheinz Stockhausen in 1959. His compositions (for instance "Three in one" for bass flute and tape and "Sequenz II" for violoncello and tape) are often very minimalist.