Hans (Johannes Wolfgang) Zender (born 22 November 1936) is a German conductor and composer. He was chief conductor of opera houses, and his compositions, many of them vocal music, have been performed at international festivals. Born in Wiesbaden, Zender studied piano, conducting, and composition (the latter with Wolfgang Fortner) at the Hochschule für Musik Frankfurt and at the Hochschule für Musik Freiburg, from 1956 to 1959.
Format: 2 CD, Album. Country: US. Released: 1995. Liner Notes – Hans Zender. Oboe, English Horn – Isabel Adam. Oboe, Harmonica – Joseph Sanders. Percussion – Boris Müller, Stephan Meier. Photography – John Pearson. Producer – Udo Wüstendörfer. Technician – Gerlind Raue. Tenor Vocals – Hans Peter Blochwitz. Trombone – Uwe Dierksen.
Hans Zender is a composer and conductor, a leading interpreter of avant-garde Studied at Musikhochschule in Frankfurt and Freiburg Worked as pianist and gained stage experience at Freiburg Municipal Theatre Compositions in 1960s influenced by serial procedures and refined instrumentation of Boulez, and by aesthetic principles of BA Zimmermann Cantos cycle collects together favourite authors, including Heraclitus, Ezra Pound and Cervantes. His simultaneous presentation of musical shapes conveys to the eye and ear a fleeting impression of what music could be beyond all stylistic self-limitation: universal poetry.
The front cover image of Hänssler Classics' Hans Zender: Schumann-Phantasie is a late Magritte that looks like a thrift store painting, consisting of a fluffy white cloud placed atop a large crystal goblet with a comparatively squat mountain range in the background. 17. Composer/conductor Hans Zender is heard in his cello concerto Bardo (1999) leading the SWR Symphony of Baden-Baden, while Zender's lightly scored, yet large orchestral Schumann-Phantasie is led by Sylvain Cambreling with the SWR Symphony of Freiburg.
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