back Josef Maria HORVÁTH

Horváth gave up a successful career as a pianist 1964 in favour of composing and worked as a professor at the Salzburg Mozarteum. Averse to experimental trends, Horvath in his works always aims at the conjunction of "compositional strictness and stringency with great sonoric beauty in an unconditionally honest way" (Rupert Huber)

 
 Josef Maria HORVÁTH
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works

Melencolia 1 für Solovioline und Orchester (1972)
duration: 12'
order number: Aufführungsmaterial leihweise
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Passacaglia für Streichorchester (1955)
duration: 16'
order number: Aufführungsmaterial leihweise
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Redundanz 1 für Bläseroktett (1966)
duration: 9'
order number: 06 601 (Stimmen) / Stp. 256 (Studienpartitur)
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Redundanz 2 für Streichquartett (1967)
duration: 13'
order number: 06 151 (Spielpartitur) / Stp. 205 (Studienpartitur)
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Redundanz 3 für Bläseroktett und Streichquartett (1968)
duration: 12'
order number: 06 913 (Stimmen) / Stp. 257 (Studienpartitur)
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Sothis 1 für dreizehn Instrumente (1977)
duration: 15'
order number: Aufführungsmaterial leihweise
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Tombeau de Gigue für Orchester (1971)
duration: 5'
order number: Aufführungsmaterial leihweise / Stp. 390 (Studienpartitur)
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Domine, exaudi... (Notturno) from: De Profundis (2008)
for organ solo (transcription)

duration: 4'
order number: 02 472
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Sonata piccola for Organ (2005)
duration: 10'
order number: 02 458
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The 130th Psalm (De profundis) for mixed choir and solo-alto-trombone
duration: 20'
order number: 45 468
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