*6.10.1959, Bern

The composer, pianist and improviser Esther Flückiger often expands her piano works with electronics, preparations or additional instruments, in recent years for example with the Hang, a percussion instrument, which she masters perfectly.

Each composition of Flückiger reveals its own imaginative and energetic cosmos and beauty.

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b. 21 June 1899 in Brno -  d. 18 october 1944 in Auschwitz-Birkenau

Unfortunately the "Variations for piano and orchestra" composed by Pavel Haas in Theresienstadt in 1944 are lost. Only his piano suite Op.13 and a few smaller piano pieces, songs and some chamber music sompositions are preserved. Two beautiful song cycles are particularly noteworthy: the "7 folk songs" and the late cycle "4 songs based on Chinese poetry". Very popular and often performed is his “Suite for oboe and piano” (1939).


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* 28 May 1947 Baku

"Every time music helped me and took away the problems of life....every time when I compose music I feel so much stronger, more creative."

„My message to the young people: Music is the best what God gave us in our life. If you play music, if you compose music, you are a really lucky person in life!“
Franghis Ali-Zadeh

Among compositions for many different instruments, including folk music instruments from Azerbeidjan, Franghis Ali-Zadeh also has written music for piano and for prepared piano, songs, piano chamber music and two piano concertos (if we include the "IMPROMPTU-CROSSINGS" for prepared piano, five azerbaidzhani folk instruments and chamber orchestra to this genre).

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15 September 1890 Genève - 21 November 1974 Naarden

“Quand je joue le ‘Polyptyque’ de Frank Martin, je ressens la même responsabilité, la même exaltation qu’en jouant la Chaconne de Bach”.
 - "When I play Frank Martin's 'Polyptyque', I feel the same responsibility, the same excitement as playing Bach's Chaconne."-
Yehudi Menuhin

Frank Martin wrote a considerable amount of piano music, a couple of piano concertos and chamber music with piano. His most played piano pieces are his wonderful "8 Preludes", written in 1947/48. They were written for pianist Dinu Lipatti. Unfortunately, he died before being able to perform them.

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