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Hauer: Music With Holderlin, Lieder, Piano Pieces / Falk, Schleiermacher

Hauer / Schleiermacher / Falk
Release Date: 05/03/2011 
Label:  Md&g (Dabringhaus & Grimm)   Catalog #: 6131686   Spars Code: DDD 
Composer:  Joseph Matthias Hauer
Performer:  Steffen SchleiermacherHolger Falk
Number of Discs: 1 
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Notes and Editorial Reviews

Arnold Schönberg is regarded as the inventor of twelve-tone technique, but his fellow Austrian Josef Matthias Hauer disputed this claim. He continues to be celebrated as the "discoverer of twelve-tone playing" at his birth house in Vienna's Neustadt but has not received much credit for this elsewhere: his compositions are only very rarely heard on concert stages. Steffen Schleiermacher and the tenor Holger Falk pay tribute to Hauer's music with a recording of his settings of poems by Hölderlin. Arnold Schönberg is regarded as the inventor of twelve-tone technique, but his fellow Austrian Josef Matthias Hauer disputed this claim. He continues to be celebrated as the "discoverer of twelve-tone playing" at his birth house in Vienna's Neustadt but has not received much credit for this elsewhere: his compositions are only very rarely heard on concert stages. Steffen Schleiermacher and the tenor Holger Falk pay tribute to Hauer's music with a recording of his settings of poems by Hölderlin. Read less

Works on This Recording

1.
Little Pieces (60) for Piano, Op. 25 by Joseph Matthias Hauer
Performer:  Steffen Schleiermacher (Piano)
Period: 20th Century 
Written: 1923; Austria 
2.
Hölderlin Lieder (4), Op. 23 by Joseph Matthias Hauer
Performer:  Steffen Schleiermacher (Piano), Holger Falk (Tenor)
3.
Hölderlin Lieder (4), Op. 23: no 2, Der gefesselte Strom by Joseph Matthias Hauer
Performer:  Steffen Schleiermacher (Piano), Holger Falk (Tenor)
Period: 20th Century 
Written: 1923-1924; Austria 
4.
Hölderlin Lieder, Op. 6 by Joseph Matthias Hauer
Performer:  Steffen Schleiermacher (Piano), Holger Falk (Tenor)

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