GANZMER: WORKS FOR TRAUTONIUM - PICHLER; MANHART; KAHLERT; KRENN; BRULLMANN; SESSLER; VEIHELMANN; BAUER
Harald Ganzmer: Works for Trautonium
from post-war sounds to early krautrock
Ganzmer: Bass-Solo in F Major, GeWV 429
Ganzmer: Concert for mixture trautonium and orchestra, GeWV 168
Ganzmer: Sonata for mixture trautonium and piano, GeWV 432
Ganzmer: Sonata for mixture trautonium and piano, GeWV 433
Ganzmer: Suite des Danses pour Instruments Électroniques, GeWV 435
Hard to believe, but it is back again: the Trautonium! Developed in 1930, the death of his only interpreter Oskar Sala in 2002 marked the end of the Trautonium’s history.
But, thanks to German composer Peter Pichler, there is a new artist playing concerts with this wonderful instrument, and even records CDs, like this one.
Join him on his trip trough the fascinating history of the Trautonium.