Solo - Joachim FW Schneider

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Flute   |   Oboe   |   Trombone   |   Tuba  |   Percussion   |   Guitar   |   Piano   |   Accordion   |   Organ   |   Voice   |   Contrabass
Aureolen
(2004) for flute  •  duration between 4 aund 18 minutes  •  world premiere on 25 July 2004 in Straubing (Barbara Steiner, flute)

breathe
(1996) for oboe and CD  •  duration 10:30  •  world premiere on 23 June 1997 in Weimar

Béatrice Gaudreault-Laplante, oboe
CD realisation: Jürgen Rummel, Ricardo Rodriguez
Os oboi
(1991/92) for oboe  •  duration c. 5:10  •  world premiere on 25 February 1993 in Würzburg

A Short Lecture On Irreversible Numbers
(2015) for trombone  •  duration c. 7:00  •  composed for the Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy Conservatory Competition 2016  •  world premiere on 17 January 2016 in Berlin  •  CD recording by Zan Tkalec

Laut
(1995) for trombone  •  duration c. 7:00  •  world premiere on  27 September 1998 in Rüsselsheim

Michael Büttler, trombone
Engelsgesang (Sanctus)
(1994) for tuba  •  duration c. 8:00  •  world premiere on 29 May 2000 in Würzburg

Nacht und Träume
Lied nach Franz Schubert (2018) version for marimba  •  duration c. 3:30  •  world premiere on 27 September 2018 in Neuwied

snare alphabet
Hommage à Brian Ferneyhough (2002) for snare drum  •  duration c. 4:00  •  world premiere on 24 January 2005 in Würzburg

Tom Wagner, snare drum
La Tique
(2018) for guitar in sixth tone scordatura  •  duration c. 1:00

Nocturne
(2017) for guitar in sixth tone scordatura  •  duration c. 3:00

Nacht und Träume
Lied nach Franz Schubert (2015) for guitar  •  duration c. 3:30
world premiere on 20 September 2015 in München   •  released on CD

PlingPlong
Music with Music Boxes (2012) for guitar and music box ad lib.  •  duration c. 8:00
world premiere on 8. December 2013 in Augsburg  •  released on CD

Calypte anna (Annakolibri)
(2010) for guitar  •  duration c. 1:00  •  world premiere on 12 September 2011 in London

Petri Kumela, guitar
Guru (II)
(2002/4/5) version for guitar solo  •  duration c. 13:00  •  world premiere on 24 January 2005 in Würzburg

Hubert Steiner, guitar
Caprichos - 1. Francisco Goya y Lucientes, Pintor.
(2003) for guitar  •  duration c. 3:00  •  commissioned by Staatsgalerie Stuttgart  •  world premiere on 6 September 2003 in Stuttgart  •  released on CD

Jürgen
Ruck,
Gitarre

Caprichos - 32. Por que fue sensible.
(2003) for guitar  •  duration c. 3:00  •  world premiere on 8 November 2004 in Wien

Caprichos – 3. Que viene el Coco.
(2004) for contrabass  •  duration c. 4:00  •  world premiere on 24 January 2005 in Würzburg

Michinori Bunya, contrabass
Caprichos - 59. Y aun no se van!
(2004) for piano  •  duration c. 2:20  •  world premiere on 24 January 2005 in Würzburg

Holger Berndsen, piano
Drei kleine Klavierstücke
(2018)  •  duration c. 8:00

Klavierstück I
»Etüde« (1994)  •  duration c. 5:20
world premiere on 17 October 1994 in Cologne

Philip Mayers, piano
Klavierstück II
(1995)  •  duration c. 14:00 •  world premiere on 9 June 1995 in Berlin

Klavierstück III
»Sonate«(1997)  •  duration c. 30:00  •  world premiere on 6. December 1997 in Würzburg

Claudia Hübl, piano
Wiegenlied
(1993) for piano  •  duration c. 3:00

Erdwärts
(2002) for accordion  •  duration c. 15:15  •  commissioned by Jugend-IKAB  •  world premiere on 28. May 2003 in Berlin

Chimaira
(2012) for organ  •  duration c. 4:00  •  world premiere on 5. May 2012 in Ansbach

Susanne Kujala, organ
live
(2001) for solo voice  •  duration c. 15:00
I. schnell - II. ruhig fließend - III. sehr schnell - IV. gnomisch - V. so schnell wie möglich - VI. Viertel ca. 80 - VII. (Pendel)
premieres: I and III on 19 June 2001 in Würzburg, V and VII on 30 November 2001 in Rottenbauer, II on 11 April 2003 in Hannover, IV on 24 January 2005 in Würzburg

Eva Resch, voice
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