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Various - Perspectives 25 Years Of International Gaudeamus Interpreteters Competition album mp3

Performer: Various
Title: Perspectives 25 Years Of International Gaudeamus Interpreteters Competition
Released: 1988
Style: Classical, Contemporary, Modern
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 311
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Auf Flügeln Der Harfe. Written-By – Nicolaus A. Huber. 1-3. –Zygmunt Krauze.

Perspectives 25 Years Of International Gaudeamus Interpreteters Competition ‎(3xCD). Radio Netherlands Transcription Service. Avant-Garde - Modern Classical by sf84.

The Gaudeamus International Composers Award is made by the Gaudeamus Foundation. The prize is awarded at an annual ceremony in the Netherlands to a young composer competing in the highly competitive Gaudeamus Music Week. The Gaudeamus Foundation had held an annual music week of Dutch compositions since 1947, alternating with an international competition until 1959, from which time they became fully international. 2018 Sebastian Hilli (FI). 2017 Aart Strootman (NL). 2016 Anthony Vine (US).

Only five composers younger than 30 years will be eligible for the Award. Winning the Gaudeamus Award is seen as an international recognition of a young composer and his work and an important springboard into their career. Composers of any ethnicity, citizenship, gender and background who were born after October 1, 1988 may enter their works. Setup A maximum of five composers can be nominated for the Gaudeamus Award. From all nominated composers the main entry (category piece) will be shortlisted for the competition, but the other two pieces by the selected composers will also be performed during the festival.

Vancouver International Music Competition (Vancouver, Canada). International Early Music Vocal Competition "Canticum Gaudium", Poznan, Poland. Malta International Voice Competition, Valletta/Mdina, Malta. Gaudeamus International Composers Award (Netherlands). George Enescu International Competition (Composition section) (Bucharest, Romania). Henryk Mikołaj Górecki International Composers Competition (Cracow, Poland).

The Gaudeamus International Interpreters Award has been offered since 1963 by the Gaudeamus Foundation to outstanding young performers winning the International Gaudemus Competition for Interpreters of Contemporary Music (Anon. The competition provides an opportunity for performers of contemporary music to meet other musicians from all over the world. During the festival workshops, master classes and concerts take place.

Gaudeamus is an international network for composers and young music pioneers. Every year we organise the Gaudeamus Muziekweek in which we award the Gaudeamus Award to a young composer. Gaudeamus is always looking for the latest music by and for young and talented music pioneers. Are you a music pioneer? Then you can submit your work for the Gaudeamus Award or a Call for Score. Only five composers younger than 30 years will be eligible for the Award.

Fifty Years International Gaudeamus Music Week.

The International Gaudeamus Interpreters Competition, organised by Music Center the Netherlands and open to musicians up to 35 years of age, took place in Amsterdam (The Netherlands) from 20 to 26 April 2009. In the First Round there were 62 participants, in the Second Round 16 were left. There is a planned Special Prize for organ in 2011 as well.

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1-1 Stephan Hussong* Musik
Written-By – Joachim Krebs
1-2 Stephan Hussong* Auf Flügeln Der Harfe
Written-By – Nicolaus A. Huber
1-3 Zygmunt Krauze From Keyboard To Score
Written-By – Zygmunt Krauze
1-4 Klaas Hoek Gmeeoorh
Written-By – Iannis Xenakis
2-1 Robert Szreder Sonata
Written-By – Grazyna Bacewicz*
2-2 Robert Szreder Sequenza VIII
Written-By – Luciano Berio
2-3 Fernando Grillo Taiacis
Written-By – Fernando Grillo
2-4 Michael Bach 59 1/2 Seconds For A String Player
Written-By – John Cage
2-5 Michael Bach Intersection IV
Written-By – Morton Feldman
2-6 Michael Bach Sen II
Written-By – Toshio Hosakawa
2-7 Michael Bach Glissées
Written-By – Isang Yun
2-8 Michael Bach Nachdenklick
Written-By – Ernst Krenek
2-9 Michael Bach Four Short Studies
Written-By – Bernd Alois Zimmerman*
3-1 Frank Van Kooten, Bauke van der Meer Improvization
Written-By – Mátyas Seiber*
3-2 Frank Van Kooten, Bauke van der Meer Epitaph
Written-By – Witold Lutoslawsky*
3-3 Harrie Starreveld, René Eckhardt Music For Flute And Piano
Written-By – Theo Loevendie
3-4 Harrie Starreveld, René Eckhardt L 'Ombra Dell 'Angelo
Written-By – Paolo Perezzani
3-5 Melvyn Poore VaxSuperius
Written-By – Melvyn Poore
3-6 Harry Sparnaay, Polo De Haas Met Spoed
Written-By – Guus Janssen
3-7 Harry Sparnaay, Polo De Haas Capriccio
Written-By – Claudio Ambrosini
3-8 John Kenny , Nachiko Maekane Double Talk
Written-By – Satoshi Ohmae
3-9 John Kenny , Nachiko Maekane Lineal Spiel
Written-By – Masanori Fujita
3-10 John Kenny , Nachiko Maekane Cantilene
Written-By – Henk Alkema


  • Accordion – Stephan Hussong* (tracks: 1-1, 1-2)
  • Bass Clarinet – Harry Sparnaay (tracks: 3-6, 3-7)
  • Cello – Michael Bach (tracks: 2-4 to 2-9)
  • Double Bass – Fernando Grillo (tracks: 2-3)
  • Flute – Harrie Starreveld (tracks: 3-3, 3-4)
  • Marimba – Nachiko Maekane (tracks: 3-8 to 3-10)
  • Oboe – Frank Van Kooten (tracks: 3-1, 3-2)
  • Organ – Klaas Hoek (tracks: 1-4)
  • Piano – Bauke van der Meer (tracks: 3-1, 3-2), Polo De Haas (tracks: 3-6, 3-7), René Eckhardt (tracks: 3-3, 3-4), Zygmunt Krauze (tracks: 1-3)
  • Trombone – John Kenny (tracks: 3-8 to 3-10)
  • Tuba – Melvyn Poore (tracks: 3-5)
  • Violin – Robert Szreder (tracks: 2-1, 2-2)
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