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Updated and more photos included on January 26, In late July , my friend Martin Rucker to whom I will always be indebted for his help and I made a trip together to Austria in order to visit all those places where Joseph Marx -who has been one of the main subjects of my life for three years- spent most of his life. This travelogue was made to share all these wonderful experiences with the reader of the page.

Incredibly, during our two and a half days in Graz, we had missed the opportunity to visit the house where Joseph Marx was born! Therefore, I am very grateful to Mr. Alexander Wenzel University of Music and Performing Arts, Graz for the following three photographs that he shot especially for this website with special thanks to Mrs.

Helga Kaudel : It was in this very house Rechbauerstr. Not only did we meet the house's owner, there was also a special guest waiting for us It appears to me like in a fairy tale Exactly how I had pictured it Walking down the garden, one can see a big bell on the roof In former times, the bell was tolled to announce the news Then an interesting fountain sculpture catches my eye: a kind of "frog concert" with a conductor, panpipe and bagpipes However, much more important seems to be Katharina Findner who was one of Marx's and Anna Hansa's house-maids from to !

Ellison, if she could pose for a photo, to be used in this gallery that had been cunningly planned for a long time Formerly, there were just a handful of houses in the village We go up the creaking stairs and enter the certainly most important room of the whole house: It was in this very room The musical process is born of a dialectic between the above mentioned network and its realisation through three almost archetypal musical base models.

Sans cesse Instrumentation: for oboe, bassoon, horn, trombone, violin, viola, violoncello and double-bass Duration: 9' 00". Fern seh - Mitleid Instrumentation: for soprano and violin Texts: Max E. Keller A contribution to the 'Zepernicker Liederbuch', Instrumentation: for symphony orchestra 3.

Both poles of the musical process are shaped with a maximum colour and tonal spectrum. A third basic element is brisk, loud walking movements, which fly down unexpectedly like a bolt from the blue. Farbenfahrten Instrumentation: for string trio Alone from our notation it is apparent that pitch and rhythm are primary in the European tradition: dynamics is already an auxiliary.

Duration: 12' 00". Schnitt-Muster Instrumentation: for flute, clarinet, piano, percussion and string trio Sometimes completely different musical types or structural samples are set aside each other in a similar way to the effect achieved while zapping through television channels, sharp cuts which seem at first random are yet intentional. Even the other meaning of 'cut-sample', the prefabrication of something based on a template or the stereotypical also receives acknowledgement through the mimicry of musical styles.

In this manner various fields of popular music are touched upon - even contemporary music cannot escape. Unione e tremolo Instrumentation: for violin and viola Conceived for a world premiere in the Gobi desert, this piece must be extremely desert-proof. Unisono and octavel sound doubling forms the initial starting point. This, on the one hand side, turns a contemporary music taboo into material and brings the sound and the drifting apart of the duo into play on the other.

Duration: 5' 00". Inseln Instrumentation: for viola and violoncello World premiere: October in Reutlingen. Wie ein Kanon Instrumentation: for four double-bass and four clarinets ad libitum First performed in Berlin, October Le Croce Instrumentation: for ensemble 1. Initially as an interval-cross in quasi-negative form, it later appears manifold and differentiated in positive form. Vom Grunde CHF: 9. It offers, with simple clarity, an opportunity for the listener to follow the musical process and, more particularly, the form which it supports.

Changements Instrumentation: for tuba, percussion, piano and live electronic BOSS SE Changements - between various instrumental groups, between natural and transformed sound, between calm and hectic, between cut and transition, between air and tone, between pulse and free rhythm, between repetition and progress, between sound and noise, between… Duration: 11' 00".

Verschmelzungen Fusions Instrumentation: for recorder alto and bass and piano There is rarely a greater difference noted between two instruments regarding sound generation, volume, appearance and aura than between the piano and the recorder. To compose fusions of these two instruments was a challenge which is relayed to the performers who must reach out to the limits of playability. Instrumentation: for clarinet bass clarinet , accordion and double-bass The initial point of departure for this composition is the contrast between calm and hectic unfolded in transitions and tempo cuts on nine basic figures which, with time, develop a rich life of their own.

The initial impetus provokes processes on other levels - almost like in real life. Instrumentation: for saxophone quartet SATBar and string quartet This work forms with calculated emotional intention the intertwining, togetherness and conflict of the two quartets. The security net provided by the rational prearrangements allows greater freedom and confidence in the emotional decisions made regarding concrete sounds, instruments, complexity and developments. Profound ambiguity is the point of departure for this musicalisation which partly proceeds as if on two levels before reuniting unawares.

Graduale Instrumentation: for mixed choir, clarinet in B ad libitum, and percussion 2 toms, 2 bongos, cymbals ad libium Texts: Silja Walter. A small digital apparatus is positioned directly onto the piano and is operated predominantly by the pianist using two foot pedals. The apparatus changes, morphs or repeats that which is played by the pianist, who in turn reintervenes in this transformed sound.

Added to this is a completely inappropriate baritone saxophone - sometimes blending in, sometimes detached and sometimes obstinately defiant. Suddenly a bang! And everything collapses into shadowy ruins. Eingriffe Instrumentation: for flute, clarinet, piano, violin, viola and violoncello The initial material consists of two melodies and two rhythmical sequences; these can be varied causing their superposition's to result in a countless number of related musical forms.

The recurring formal idea is the "undampered clew": a dense, wide mesh that thins out then squeezes itself into the centre of the sound space. In this clear, goal-orientated process, diversity is encroached upon: three instruments temporarily break out of the process, colourful accents engage with the continuous mezzo forte, the process stops momentarily, the residual viola tips over into the realms of noise etc. Schlaglichter Schlaglicht I is taken from the end of the 2nd act.

In Schlaglicht II, the wind instrumentalists play excerpts from the three trumpets in the 1st act, while the percussion and double bass develop a new oppositional layer. Schlaglicht III transposes almost the entire 5th act where the bassoon and oboe intonate the duet between the central character and his partner, while the clarinet and double bass play the accompanying trumpet and tuba and the percussion brings in a new line.

Instrumentation: for flute, oboe, clarinet bcl , violin, viola, violoncello and improvising piano This work contrasts notated music with improvised music. The sextet is extensively notated; the piano merely has several verbal suggestions. There are, however, also moments of improvisation in the sextet where, for example, each instrument initially and independently of the others repeats a phrase, which gradually changes following verbal instructions. Each begins this process with great intensity, playing as loud and as quickly as possible — very much in the style of early free jazz.

Instrumentation: for soprano, clarinet bcl and piano Texts: Georg Christoph Lichtenberg "It is almost impossible to carry the torch of truth through a crowd without singing somebody's beard. This musical version attempts to transpose the concise, acuminate formulation into succinct, very divergent miniatures.

The chords are in the forte range and vary throughout the composition with respect to dynamics and internal movement, repeating rhythms and timbral changes. The drifting "ausfasern" , is also formed in a multifarious manner, but always remains in the quiet range. Les sons perdus For centuries the foundation of harmony and even today a primary component of popular music, it has been dismissed in art music as the symbol of a pseudo-ideal world.

The statistical information is set to music in a recitative manner with very few, primarily sustained notes. This is in contrast to the ten newsflashes whose music is composed with lively movements and a tangible pulse in various structures. The somewhat macabre text montage reflects the apparent phenomenon of the sometimes-grotesque contrast of various themes and texts, which seems to magically attract humans. By painting over the dots with the brush, these dots turn into lines, spots and signs.

This technique, which Klee called "pointillate", has been transposed to dots of sound, arranged in rows, superimposed in irregular, free rhythms by the four instruments. Duration: 6' 30". Cinque Instrumentation: for five bassoons How can a quartet arrive at the title "Cinque" five? The form is made up of five basic structures, which are repeated in sequence a total of five times. The temporal structure overlying this form comprises five different durations, which occur quasi-on average five times.

Only the outer pattern of the music is thus written, the 'barrel' so to speak. What the wine has to offer is only apparent while drinking it. And as the 4 bassoons work intensely together, something new is created, from the four comes a fifth.

Schwein gha! Song for children Instrumentation: for children's voice and piano accompaniment Texts: Mex E. Keller The text is based on short essays by 9 year-old pupils and reflects their personal experiences of the theme "being lucky". The song presents three such experiences in three strophes. The melody is slightly modal, set in a beat song form and terminated by a refrain.

Duration and instrumentation remain open. The pieces can be realised using normal instruments or everyday objects plastic bags, paper, pan lids, table tops, pieces of wood, pieces of metal, cutlery, crockery etc. Duration: ad libitum. There are, however, no long notated passages but form sequences, short notated phrases as starting points, verbal instructions and graphics - right through to improvisation as one extreme.

The musical material is based on the archetypal elements 'accent', 'figure' and 'layer' as mentioned in the title. Duration: 58' 00". Instrumentation: for violin and live electronics The volatile and varying movements of everyday life, a little like the "stop and go" of traffic, provides the basic feeling of tempo for modern times.

Irregular rhythms in music are a reflection of this. In "Hasten und Warten", this is taken as the model for the form. The change between stop and go is regular, however, the duration of each section is irregular, ranging from 1 second to 83 seconds. The violin and electronics do not always ride parallel but also in opposition: the violin remains static and the electronics give the impulse or vice versa.

The movement contrast does not appear thus in succession but also contrapuntal in simultaneity. Dialoges Instrumentation: for guitar and live electronics Both partners are handled equally. The electronics do not only remain passive but also take the initiative.

Sometimes the guitar remains on a percussive sample and the electronics answer with increasingly hectic movements, at other times both partners move with varying pulse, as though on two levels, at other times still the guitar gives the impulse, occasionally there is an intensive improvised interaction with rapid and spontaneous role changes. Duration: 7' 00"-8' 00". Streichquartett 4th string quartet Duration: 4' 30".

Grillen Instrumentation: for trumpet 1 in B, trumpet 2 in B, horn F , trombone and tuba The chirping of crickets is generally considered to be soft and quiet, it can, however, become truly clamorous when when many crickets are heard at close quarters - just as one can experience it in the copses or groves of Greece.

What is apparently weak can, en mass and under specific circumstances, develop unimagined power. In German the word for cricket is 'Grillen' and carries with it another maeaning: fantastical or dull thoughts. Movements Instrumentation: for piano This work was created for the World New Music Days in Australia, where short piano pieces created in a day were invited to participate.

This piece is thus a quasi written improvisation. The repetition of an open chord that is widely varied, yet remains in the middle part of each hand, led to the idea of alternating a weak, gradual, so to say 'inner movement' with sudden, stronger changes.

Wendepunkte Instrumentation: for piano, percussion and string quartet For advanced amatuers. This piece was composed for the music Matura. The education of young people is the same for all until the Matura stage. Here, at the first major turning point in their lives, individuals must decide which direction they wish to take.

Thus the 'turning point' became one fundamental concept behind this work, walking together and walking alone became another. They are processed on various levels - both on the quasi-motif and the formal. Il filo Instrumentation: for violin and horn Il filo the thread is the name of the underlying theme: the sustained note, from which other things slowly emerge, split off or even oppose. The two instruments start unisono while the sustained tone soon gets rhythmized and played around by a second tone.

They veer away from the unisono to find themselves reunited on the same note after various phases. In the final part both spin together or alternately on the same thread, leave it, play around it and give it individual colours. Instrumentation: for three sopranos A collective composition with Susanne Stelzenbach and Ralf Hoyer; text by the composers.

Special guidelines and a structural framework are essential if a good, tonal whole is to be the result of a collective work. Once these two elements are in place the composing can follow freely and independently. The three singers, who sing largely independently of one another, become individual characters.

Keller Duration: 5' 00". Blauer Regen Instrumentation: for solo soprano Texts: Max E. Keller Solo version of the collective composition "blau rot soft" together with Susanne Stelzenbach and Ralf Hoyer. Trio fluido Instrumentation: for violin, violoncello and piano Here we have three different elements that flow a word used in its broadest sense : sustained sounds, wide-reaching melodies and an often repeated phrase from Swiss folk music.

These elements are not only varied extensively, but also superimposed. Every so often, short and sometimes very strong opposing figures appear, occasionally cristalising out of the flow. Such opposing figures also form the finish, which leads into another world. Spontaneous Moments Instrumentation: for piano Duration: 2' 00" Manuscript. Peanuts Instrumentation: for flute, clarinet, violin, viola and violoncello Peanuts are trivialities, in this case a 3-minute scherzo for the 30th birthday of the Theater am Gleis.

The well-known bebop piece "Salt Peanuts" is quoted in this work. A unity is drawn twice from a dense fabric of independent lines, initially on a trill surface and then in unison at the end. Duration: 1' 00". Snowflakean Thoughts Instrumentation: for speaking voice, alto saxophone and piano This short piece is composed after a text by James A.

Emanuel USA. Together with millions of his kind, the snowflake dreams of calling into being a democratic kingdom - and the setting to music of this poem is just as fluffy. It can aslo be performed by amateurs. Pourquoi The poem broaches the contrast between nature, which is entirely and undoubtedly what it is, and man as a reflective being: Pourquoi. The setting to music of this piece uses this contrast and mirrors it in two structures: long, oblivious sounds and systematically growing structures.

Gravuren Instrumentation: for string quartet and percussion This composition is based on a process or a figurative concept: one or several lines are engraved into a surface, derived from the opposing string surface and percussion line. Surfaces and lines exist in the most varied of forms, colours, intensities and mutations thereof, and the contrast traverses various grades and forms. By utilising three cardboard boxes, the percussion section is also able to play flat rubbing noises that create an approximation of everyday sounds.

The spectrum expands at various points throughout the work when totally different elements are suddenly introduced. Bach to create a 3-part fugue over his own fugue theme, which resulted in 'The Musical Offering'. I transformed it with a contemporary edge into a theme consisting of 2 x 12 different tones - in the sense of tone music but with a slight irregularity.

The relation to Bach is initially almost imperceptible, a connection can only be drawn from the rhythm and the fluctuation in colour of the noise-like string sounds. The theme undergoes the normal transformations until it finally emerges in quasi purity. Keller Three aspects of the movement in three sections: The USA War against Northern Vietnam caused worldwide protestation, which led in to the beaten withdrawal of the Americans. Today's united Vietnam is a thriving country and a rich source of mineral deposits.

The Shah's visit to Berlin in June and the shooting of a protesting student by police triggered a further youth revolt in The Shah was soon forced to stand down and the Islamists picked up the sceptre in a dubious success. In its widest sense, the then ideal of a self-determined yet solidly life gave way to a new conformism and apathy and a bureaucratically regulated society. This setting does not make use of today's ready-made pop idiom, but explores a rather more independent, colourful and diversified musical implementation of this unconventional instrumentation.

Voice and recorder often move on different levels by reacting to different textual dimensions. This sound world thus reflects the spontaneity, fantasy and abandon of 68 without the superficial duplication of the textual content. Solfeggio du roi et pour le roi Instrumentation: for flute solo Duration: 2' 00" Manuscript. Instrumentation: for flute, clarinet, violin and violoncello Duration: 8' 00". Instrumentation: for chamber orchestra 2. Each of the 32 instruments acts independently, permanently repeating a particular rhythmical sequence that becomes ever more divided.

In stark contrast to this extraordinarily complex rhythmical mesh, the pitches remain constant, only shortly at first, then ever longer, and always on a dominant seventh chord. Instrumentation: for soprano and violoncello or soprano and baritone Texts: Max E. Keller As with many of my compositions, Ruh' calmness is based on a richly varied yet simple and easy-to-follow model. Soprano and violoncello continuously find calmness on a quiet unisono, an octave or double octave paraphrased on tonal, rhythmical or sound colour levels.

This is followed by a "solo" or "a due" break out into turbulent fields - sometimes also indicated in the lyrics - and the return to a resting tone. Almost like in real life. Shopping List Instrumentation: for speaking voice, alto saxophone and piano Texts: Barry Wallenstein Duration: 3' 00". Pour aller mieux Instrumentation: for tenor, tenor saxophone and piano Texts: Jean Miniac Duration: 4' 00".

Mutter Natur Instrumentation: for soprano, flute, oboe, clarinet in B basscl , percussion, piano, violin, viola, violoncello Texts: Friedrich Gottlieb Klopstock, Max E. Keller As disseminated throughout the Enlightenment, F. Klopstock also saw the beauty of nature as the work of God and exalted the creator with hymns of praise.

When this is quasi secularised, we end up not a million miles away from today's 'green' understanding of nature being a force to be respected and preserved as the foundation of life. This conflict is played out as extremely contrasting base structures, which form the starting point of the musical process.

Two of these structures initially undergo a block-like exposition, whereby a spoken traffic jam report is installed into a quiet and distant underlying sound highlighted by a noise surface. Transitions between one structure and another then take place to represent the process of degradation or destruction.

The extremes are, however, never resolved as this would merely serve as an aesthetic reconciliation of what in reality remains oppositional. Abschied Instrumentation: for 16 a-cappella voices Texts: Max E. Keller 'Abschied' farewell accompanies the quasi last hours of a close and loved person. A continuous life tone remains at a constant pitch, but is widely varied and modulated as it fights in vain against the innevitable demise.

These tones contrast againt an intensive life and finally ebb away. Instrumentation: for soprano and double bass or soprano and piano Texts: Christian Morgenstern In a dialogue between a bell and a cannon, the cannon exhibits its sisterly nearness: "Today they are yours and pray, tomorrow they are mine and kill. But is the cannon really wrong? Are religion and War not often twinned?

On the one hand, the musical setting accentuates the contrast between the soprano and double bass, even working within the two parties with extreme contrasts. On the other hand, the double bass occasionally ascends the lofty heights of the soprano and twins itself with the voice. Dedicated to the Ensemble Theater am Gleis Winterthur for it's 20th anniversary.

Les Fleurs du Mal Four poems by Charles Baudelaire Instrumentation: for soprano and guitar Texts: Charles Baudelaire Baudelaire's worldview is characterised by ambivalence: light is at the same time dark; flowers are 'the evil'. On the one hand is the search for beauty, on the other is the experience of spleen, the never-ending ennui.

Transposed into music, the deep, bell-like tones of the guitar are broken by hard, dissonant accents - or dissonant chords slide into consonants and vice versa. The singing voice is characterised by a model that, following a rapid ascent, moves slowly downwards, often quasi-disintegrates or ossifies in ennui. Instrumentation: for soprano and string quartet Texts: Max E.

Keller Duration: 10' 00". Instrumentation: for oboe, bassoon, guitar and viola Duration: 6' 00". Instrumentation: for bassoon and piano For teaching purposes. It begins with a stark contrast between the two dissimilar instruments: a quick, quiet piano motion in the middle register is followed immediately by a deep, loud and long tone from the bassoon.

The motives are interchanged, successive becomes simultaneous, and other motives appear. An amalgamation process develops that finally plays out on a noise sound, multiphonic and rhythmical pulse level: the merging of that which does not immediately appear to belong together. Will it matter What height, weight, shape, colour is the measure of such readers: poetics considered?

Mobile Each has the same 25, highly disparate elements at their disposal. The social downside of such a free choice of dissimilar elements and instruments is arbitrariness, uniformity and disorientation. A typical example of this is the Internet: We are inundated by an endless torrent of information expressed here by spoken or sung texts, which include a sensational news report appearing alongside a detail of insurance law, news of a border incident alongside a rescue plan for the financial crisis and so on Duration: 7' 00"' 00".

Keim - con sorpresa Instrumentation: for flute clarinet bcl , piano, violin, viola, violoncello This work develops from a simple kernel on the one hand, and displays surprising aspects on the other. And so the kernel grows exuberantly, quasi-uncontrolled, in unpredictable directions, notes remain surprising - like mistakes - enduring to form a surface of contrasts. Suggestions expand into preludes, after beats into codas; the surfaces become noise-like. These surfaces dominate from the middle part onwards, and the kernal fragments and repeats, simultaneously rising up as a pulse.

In addition to the little surprises, four structures are spliced in, none of which have anything to do with the kernel: sorpresa. Streichquartett 5th string quartet The 5th String Quartet was written in A world of incompatible contrasts, of insurmountable disparity regarding wealth, ideology, society and economy.

This is reflected in the music by way of hugely contrasting fortissimo and pianissimo passages that usually follow each other without break. Occurring occasionally between these passages are very long general pauses, which can be understood as an extreme form of pianissimo. In the last part, the sections are less strictly designed, more colourful, using even two or more elements. But the result is not a synthesis; there is no convergence of fortissimo and pianissimo. Al borde del abismo Instrumentation: for violin and piano That literature has more to do with the author than they wish to think is rarely disputed.

But music too can be directly linked to a person's situation. Following a medical examination, I was left teetering on the edge of an inner abyss. This led to the creation of four excerpts, the sounds of which hang as if lost in tonal space and wither into noise. Two contrasting parts were then inserted: Emergent, quick, repetitively varied movements, which ultimately solidify again without consequence.

From this, the music is twice again liberated in different ways before wild accelerando results in the instruments terminating abruptly. A series of four basic structures are repeated four times, whereby the duration each time varies enormously, as does the characteristic of each of the basic models.

Two of the four basic structures touch on repetition in their internal anatomy. The third basic structure is puzzle-like in its construction, whereby all three instruments repeat the same six elements several times and overlap. Bergluft Instrumentation: Oboe, Klarinette, Fagott Duration: 9' 00".

Instrumentation: Violine und Bassklarinette Duration: 9' 30". Kreisen Mehrfach entwinden sich freie, improvisatorische Formen dieser strengen Architektur. Instrumentation: for piano solo The title 'mi ricordo' translates as 'I remember'. It refers to the 'theme', which I composed almost 50 years ago, being a starting point for improvisation. A contrasting element was introduced in a sequence of between four and eight-note chords with fixed, disparate dynamics.

The chord sequence becomes a rhythmical model with longer values or pauses close to the end. Short motives can be heard between the chords, including ones that are derived from the theme: mi ricordo. Dedicated to Satoko Inoue. Nebel Instrumentation: E-Gitarre und Akkordeon "again and again and Elemente und Verwandlungen Nach einer furiosen Verdichtung beginnt ein zweiter Teil, wo ein Element sich in ein anderes verwandelt.

In einem dritten Teil wird freier, quasi improvisando mit dem Material umgegangen. Vordergrund-Hintergrund Darf man angesichts des Zustandes der Welt ein Gedicht vertonen, welches bedenkenlos das Ich ins Zentrum stellt? So geht es in diesem Werk darum, sich auf verschiedene Weisen zu finden. Auch heftiges, schnelles, chaotisches Gegeneinander stellt sich letztlich als eine Form der intensiven Begegnung heraus - fast wie im richtigen Leben.

Vom Elementaren her Instrumentation: Bassklarinette in B und Baritonsaxophon in Es Sehr schnelle, sehr laute Tonrepetitionen beider Instrumente auf dem gleichen Ton - so beginnt das kurze Werk: con forza. Unerwartet werden diese Variationen durch einen zarten, leisen Ton gestoppt: tenerezza. Holzschnitte Nicht zuletzt deshalb sind Holzschnitt in der politischen Kunst des Jahrhunderts oft verwendet worden. Ins Freie Capriccioso Der Schlussabschnitt verabschiedet sich definitiv vom Du verstehst, das Harte unterliegt.

Der 4. Satz ist ein veritables Rondo. Daher bricht der Prozess nach Erreichung seines Ziels jeweils unerwartet ab, aufs neue herrscht ein andersartig diffuser Zustand. Muss verboten werden Der Text sagt nicht, wer was verbieten will, aber er markiert eine globale gesellschaftliche Tendenz zur Bevormundung.

Die Musik ist sozusagen diese unausgesprochenen Gegenwelt. Sie ist anarchisch, ungeordnet, wild, aber auch sensibel und still. Der Freiraum der Interpretierenden ist gross, oft improvisando. Dialog - Einheit - Kontrast Instrumentation: for flute, clarinet, bassoon, violin, cella and piano Duration: 15' 00".

Instrumentation: for flute, clarinet, piano, violin, viola and cello Duration: 8' 00". Instrumentation: for flute, clarinet, drums, violin Duration: 8' 30". Morgenstunde

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