Mela MeierhansRéSONANCE?! (1996-1997)
for bass clarinet, horn (Alphorn), violoncello and electronic (CD/DAT or MD)
After texts by Hannah Arendt.
This piece uses a half conventional score with 'cell' improvisation. All instruments are to be amplified where possible.
Duration: 21' 00"
De-Qing WenWu (Awakening, zen Buddhism) (1995)
for Soprano, alphorn and double-bass
A wealth of discourse is presented in this piece, a poem interpreted according to the Yi Chang technique used for thousands of years to declaim poetry, quotes from contemporary Zen texts, Buddhist prayers and the Swiss yodel.
Duration: 15' 25"
Urban Mäderhornamental (1999)
for five alphorns and simple electronic (ad libitum)
Solo voice (with freedom to improvise) to a rhythmically flowing alphorn quartet movement. Required are: five horns in F, three horns in F#, and one horn in E. Recorded transformed alphorn figures on CD can be used freely as a counterpart to the solo alphorn.
Duration: 8' 00"
Pierre ThomaBellikon (1994)
for four alphorns
Duration: 1' 20"
Hans-Jürg Meiersogno nel casotto (2001-2004)
for alphorn and accordion
From wierd to joyful; dreams in a lodge.
Duration: 7' 00"
Hans-Jürg MeierHeimetvogel (2004)
for mixed choir, alphorn and accordion
Texts: Josef Reinhart
Arrangement of the folksong by Carl Hess.
Duration: 4' 00"
Burkhard KinzlerMüthel-Brücken (2013)
for choir, soloists, strings, horn, Alphorn and bassoon
For a composed programme with works by Johann Gottfried Müthel.
Duration: 20' 00"