einmal anders (once different)

Edition Villa Concordia

Composer playing own works and works of ancient masters

Monika Brustmann, Sopran

Thomas Schubert, Liedbegleitung Christoph Garbe, Klavier

Markus Zahnhausen, Blockflöte


sound samples

order no. CCD 271
EAN 44028183003263


about this recording:


An extraordinary concert experience took place in September 2003 in the hall of Villa Concordia in Bamberg, when the three scholarship holders of the International Artists’ House Villa Concordia – Christoph Garbe, Thomas Schubert, and Markus Zahnhausen – appearing as performers together with the soprano Monika Brustmann, performed their own compositions and those of ancient masters. They had prepared a program that placed their own compositions within the context of older works.For this CD the four artists have recorded the program of the concert. The composers have also commented upon their selection of works. Czech artist Míla Preslová placed her photos “Germany is beautiful,” which she made in 1999 during her stay at the Artists’ House in Bamberg, at our disposal for this CD.

sound samples (mp3):
Markus Zahnhausen: Pastoral (Track 1); Georg Philipp Telemann: Fantasie III (Track 2); Franz Liszt: The bells  of Marling (Track 5); Arvo Pärt for alina (Track 7); Joseph Haydn: Sonata C-Maior 1st movement (Track 8); Christoph Garbe [quiet] (Track 10); Thomas Schubert: Gitanjali I (Track 13)



Markus Zahnhausen (born 1965): Pastoral for recorder solo

Georg Philipp Telemann (1681-1767): Fantasie III for recorder solo

Markus Zahnhausen: Traumspiel, (Dream Play) reminiscence of a Fancie by G. Philipp Telemann for recorder solo (1992)

Franz Liszt (1811-1886): The bells  of Marling; Die Loreley (1843)

Arvo Pärt (born 1935): for alina (1990)

Joseph Haydn (1732-1809): Sonata in C Major, Hob. XVI:48 (1789)

Christoph Garbe (born 1976): [ruhig] (quiet) (2000)

Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach (1714-1788): Sonata A Minor WV 132 (1747) for recorder solo

Markus Zahnhausen: Nostalgischer Walzer for recorder solo (1992)

Thomas Schubert (born 1961): Gitanjali, two songs after words by Rabindranath Tagore for soprano and piano

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