“Johannes X. Schachtner: Music For Brass And Keys”
|Johannes X Schachtner||
Etüde über das Gedicht „Schtzngrmm“ von Ernst Jandl für Trompete in C (2004),
FakturKlang. Rhapsodie Nr. 2 für Klavier (2018),
I would prefer not to. Monolog für Posaune (2018),
Jägarna på Karinhall. Burleske für Tenor-Wagnertuba (2010),
Natur / Ton / Tanz für Naturtrompete, Naturhorn und Klavier (2008),
Pacifico. Hymnus für Klavier zu vier Händen (2014),
Sammelsurium Nr. 1 für vier Trompeter,
sehn-sucht. Rhapsodie Nr. 1 für Klavier (2015).
Christoph Ess (Horn), Lukas Rüdisser (Horn), Lauriane Follonier (Piano), Johannes X. Schachtner (Piano), Henri Bonamy (Piano), Uwe Schrodi (Trombone), Matthew Brown (Trumpet), Paul Hübner (Trumpet), Matthew Sadler (Trumpet), Thilo Steinbauer (Trumpet).
Johannes X. Schachtner, after studying composition (with Prof. Jan Müller-Wieland, Rudi Spring and Prof. Hans-Jürgen von Bose) and orchestral conducting (with Prof. Bruno Weil) in Munich and benefiting from scholarships spent in Bamberg (Villa Concordia) and Paris, now works as a freelance conductor and composer. His extensive compositional works are performed by internationally renowned soloists such as Julia Fischer, Matthias Höfs, Jan-Philipp Schulze, Salome Kammer and the conductor Ulf Schirmer. He has also been commissioned to compose many works, by the Munich Biennale, for the Leopold Mozart competition and the Kronberg Academy Festival, among others. Johannes X. Schachtner has been acknowledged many times in competitions for his work regularly featured in portrait concerts and documented on many recordings. In 2013 he received a number of awards, including the Music Bursary of the city of Munich and in 2014 the Bavarian Music Bursary. This release features his “Music for Brass and Keys.”