Peter Pichler & Ensemble take you on an journey to the origins of electronic music during the festival DigitalAnalog in Munich.
Electronic music from its beginnings around 1930 until today - performed live on the Trautonium. Classical music from back then and modern music from today.
Beginn: 9.30 p.m.
Peter Pichler - Mixturtrautonium
Andrea Traber - Violin
Martin Lickleder - Violin
Oscar Merchan Alba - Viola
Margarita Holzbauer - Violoncello
Georg Karger - Double Bass
Jan Kahlert - Percussion
Fotos: Gaby Spengler
Peter Pichler talks in the course of the lecture-series "Musik im Diskurs" about the history of the Trautonium and plays original works for this forefather of the sythesizer live at the Mixture Trautonium.
Due to the celebrations for Harald Genzmer's 10th anniversary of death, he focusses on this composer's important influence on electronic music. Many compositions of Genzmer for Trautonium are unknown or have never been recorded.
Pichler recently published a CD with those works, some of which you can experience live on this "journey to the origins of electronic music". In this very room, in which Hitler agreed the "Munich treaty" with France and Great Britain in 1938, the Trautonium, an instrument rejected by the Nazi regime, now celebrates the triumph of music.
Live performance of all Trautonium works by Paul Hindemith on one evening in his old living room in Frankfurt: the "Kuhhirtenturm"
By invitation of the Hindemith Institut.
Accompaniment: Jan Polivka, Piano
Trautonium Concert at the
"25 years Oh-Ton"- festival
With works by Hindemith, Genzmer and Live-Filmsoundtracks.
Accompaniment: Jan Kahlert; Volkstrautonium, E-percussion
Sommerkonzert des Orchestervereins Kempten Uraufführung des Werks für Mixturtrautonium und Orchester "Feuernde Seele" (2016) von Manuela Kerer;
Konzertstück für Trautonium und Orchester (1931) von Paul Hindemith
Concert with members of the Bavarian Broadcasting Orchestra.
Trautonium Performances at the festival "Digital Analog".
At the other Trautoniums: Tschinge Krenn and Jan Kahlert.