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Robert Worby and Sara Mohr-Pietsch present highlights from the 2016 Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival, including Trombone Unit Hannover, Ensemble Musikfabrik and Eva Reiter.

Robert Worby and Sara Mohr-Pietsch present highlights from this year's Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival and new music with a strong Austro-Germanic flavour, including items from the Trombone Unit Hannover, Ensemble Musikfabrik, and new works by Eva Reiter and Reinhard Fuchs. Robert also talks to singer and lutenist Marianne Schuppe about her "Slow Songs" project.


Anders Hillborg: Hautposaune
(Lars Karlin - trombone)

Georg Friederich Haas: Octet for 8 trombones
(Trombone Unit Hannover)

Eva Reiter: Noch sind wir ein Wort (UK Premiere)

Reinhard Fuchs: MANIA (UK Premiere)
(Klangforum Wien)

Michael Wertmüller: antagonisme contrôlé (UK Premiere)
(Ensemble Muiskfabrik)

Photo (c)Brian Slater for HCMF.

2 hours

Music Played

  • Anders Hillborg

    Hautposaune for solo trombone and tape

    Performer: Lars Karlin.
  • Georg Friedrich Haas

    Octet for trombone

    Ensemble: Hannover Trombone Unit.
  • Reinhard Fuchs


    Orchestra: Klangforum Wien.
  • Eva Reiter

    Noch sind wir und ein Wort

    Orchestra: Klangforum Wien.
  • Michael Wertmueller

    antagonisme contrôlé

    Performer: Peter Brötzmann. Ensemble: Ensemble Musikfabrik.
  • Alfred Schnittke

    Stille Nacht

    Performer: Ulf Wallin. Performer: Roland Pöntinen.


  • Christmas Eve 2016 22:00

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