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Chor Des Bayerischen Rundfunks/Gustav Sjokvist Gemälde eines Erschlagenen (1993) (for 72 Vocalists)
09 :03
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Symphonieorche Bayerischen Rundfunks/Lucas Vis/Howard Levy/Michael Riessler/Jean-Louis Matinier On the Other Side (2002) (for Clarinet, Harmonica, Accordion and Orchestra)
15 :57
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Chor Und Symphonieorche Des Bayerischen Rundfunks/Martyn Brabbins Dämonen (2006) (for Chorus and Orchestra)
11 :36
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Chor Des Bayerischen Rundfunks/Florian Helgarth Formicarium (2010) (for 36 Mixed Voices a Capella)
18 :42
05 13 :04
ARTIST
TITLE
Musica Viva 19
FORMAT
CD

LABEL
CATALOG #
NEOS 11219CD NEOS 11219CD
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
11/25/2014

Adriana Hölszky, born in 1953 as a Romanian German in Bucharest, studied composition at the Music Academy there with Stefan Niculescu. She moved to Stuttgart in 1976 where, alongside her concert activities as the pianist of the Lipatti Trio, she studied composition with Milko Kelmen. In 1989 her opera Bremer Freiheit was given its world premiere at the Munich Biennale for contemporary music theater. This was the road to success for Adriana Hölszky. After having served as a professor of composition at the Music Academy in Rostock, Adriana Hölszky taught composition in Salzburg until November 2013. Hölszky's works for choir often create a menacing atmosphere, focusing on the abysses of human existence -- demanding the highest level of accuracy in artistic interpretation.