Wolfgang-Andreas Schultz - Japanese Landscapes
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Cat No: ES2042
Number of Discs: 1
Release Date: 6th November 2013
WorksBilder auf dem Grund des Sees
Japanische Nebellandschaft for solo flute
String Quartet no.3 'Landschaft der Horchenden'
ArtistsImme-Jeanne Klett (flute)
This CD presents three of Wolfgang-Andreas Schultz’s works inspired by Zen Buddhism, all created in relatively close succession: the String Quartet No.3 ‘Landscape of Listeners - Four People’ of 2004/05, the quartet ‘Images at the Bottom of the Lake’ (2009/10) based on the idea of a Japanese flautist playing at a lakeside or in a boat, and ‘Japanese Foggy Landscape’ for flute, the shapes of which remain half-hidden through quartet tones, swaying rhythms and a sound that includes, as with Japanese flutes, noise elements.
The composer Wolfgang-Andreas Schultz was born in Hamburg in 1948. His interest in the cultures of the Far East - and particularly in traditional Japanese culture - began towards the end of his schooldays in the early 1960s.
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