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Pan Flute Recital: Herkenhoff, Ulrich - CORELLI, A. / BACH, J.S. / FRANCK, C. / MORRICONE, E. (The Art of Pan)

Pan Flute Recital: Herkenhoff, Ulrich - CORELLI, A. / BACH, J.S. / FRANCK, C. / MORRICONE, E. (The Art of Pan)

The Classical Shop
release date: January 2012

Recorded in 24 Bit / 96Khz
album available as a Studio Master

Artists:

audience

Ensemble

Ulrich Herkenhoff

Soloist

audience



Record Label
K and K

Genre:

Orchestral & Concertos


Classical

Total Time - 61:00
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Pan Flute Recital: Herkenhoff, Ulrich - CORELLI, A. / BACH, J.S. / FRANCK, C. / MORRICONE, E. (The Art of Pan)

     
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1 

Concert Start

0:44
  audience Ensemble
     
 

ARCANGELO CORELLI

 

Oboe Concerto in A major (arr. J. Barbirolli)

 
2 I. Preludio 2:05
 Ulrich Herkenhoff Soloist
     
3 II. Allemande 1:32
 Ulrich Herkenhoff Soloist
     
4 III. Sarabanda 1:47
 Ulrich Herkenhoff Soloist
     
5 IV. Gavotta 0:38
 Ulrich Herkenhoff Soloist
     
6 V. Giga 2:01
 Ulrich Herkenhoff Soloist
     
 

JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH

7 

Flute Sonata in E flat major, BWV 1031 (arr. M. Keller)

2:13
 Ulrich Herkenhoff Soloist
     
 

CESAR FRANCK

 

Prelude, fugue et variation in B minor, Op. 18, M. 30 (arr. M. Keller)

 
8 Prelude 3:13
 Ulrich Herkenhoff Soloist
     
9 Fugue 3:16
 Ulrich Herkenhoff Soloist
     
10 Variation 3:17
 Ulrich Herkenhoff Soloist
     
 

ENNIO MORRICONE

11 

C'era una volta in America (Once Upon a Time in America) (M. Keller)

4:55
 Ulrich Herkenhoff Soloist
     
 

ULRICH HERKENHOFF

 

Suite Macedonia

 
12 I. Ballade 3:22
 Ulrich Herkenhoff Soloist
     
13 II. Chanson 1:42
 Ulrich Herkenhoff Soloist
     
14 III. Danse 2:18
 Ulrich Herkenhoff Soloist
     
 

GEORG PHILIPP TELEMANN

 

Recorder Sonatina in A minor, TWV 41:a4 (arr. for pan flute and organ)

 
15 I. Andante (Siziliano) 1:46
 Ulrich Herkenhoff Soloist
     
16 II. Spirituoso 1:51
 Ulrich Herkenhoff Soloist
     
17 III. Andante 2:18
 Ulrich Herkenhoff Soloist
     
18 V. Vivace 1:08
 Ulrich Herkenhoff Soloist
     
 

WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART

19 

Andante in C major, K. 315 (arr. for pan flute and organ)

5:44
 Ulrich Herkenhoff Soloist
     
 

BELA BARTOK

 

Gyergyobol (From Gyergyo), BB 45a (arr. for pan flute and organ)

 
20 No. 1. (Rubato) 1:28
 Ulrich Herkenhoff Soloist
     
21 No. 2. (Poco piu mosso) 1:00
 Ulrich Herkenhoff Soloist
     
22 No. 3. Tempo di marcia 0:56
 Ulrich Herkenhoff Soloist
     
 

GHEORGHE ZAMFIR

23 

Sus pe culmea dealului (arr. G. Zamfir and M. Cellier)

3:36
 Ulrich Herkenhoff Soloist
     
 

TRADITIONAL

24 

Doina lui fanica Luca - Au plecat olteni la coasa - Geampara lui marcel budala (arr. M. Cellier and U. Herkenhoff)

8:10
 Ulrich Herkenhoff Soloist


Ulrich Herkenhoff was born in 1966 in Osnabrueck, Germany. He had his first piano lesson at the age of six and, at 14, he first saw the pan flute in a concert given by the Rumanian, Gheorghe Zamfir. This inspired him to intensively study the instrument allowing him to eventually achieve the reputation as "the best non-Rumanian pan flute virtuoso". After studying the flute at the Richard Strauss Conservatory in Munich and subsequently the pan flute in an advanced class with Prof. Jochen Gaertner, Ulrich Herkenhoff rapidly become an internationally renowned soloist. He received special assistance from Georghe Zamfir’s discoverer, the Swiss music ethnologist and publisher, Marcel Cellier, to study and promote Rumanian folklore. In 1990, he recorded his first CD of Rumanian improvisations with Cellier on the organ. With his interpretations of "classical" works, Ulrich Herkenhoff has inspired many contemporary composers to pen original compositions for the the pan flute.

The Art of Pan is his ambitious project to see the pan flute established as a serious concert instrument. In 1992, he was honored with the Gastieg culture circle’s recognition and, in 1996, with the Bavarian state’s prize for young artists. In 2000, the German Phonographic Academy awarded him a much coveted Echo, the classic prize as soloist of the year. Herkenhoff has also become in demand for film music. Among the many films he has been involved with is the Oscar winning Lord of the Rings. His latest contribution was in 2004. in Budapest, performing Ennio Morricone’s music for the film version of Imre Kertsz’s book Fateless. Herkenhoff is also dedicated to the academic advancement of the pan flute, having published many works for the pan flute. He has made all the instruments he plays himself.

Ulrich Herkenhoff has had a long term musical relationship with the organist and pianist, Matthias Keller. Born in 1956, Keller studied piano, church organ and music education at Munich’s Music Conservatory. In addition to his artistic activities, he is also author and producer for various Radio networks (Bavaria, Hessen, North Germany etc.). As a music journalist he has been published in the Süddeutschen Zeitung, Fono Forum, Klassik Heute, Opernwelt, Münchner Abendzeitung and the Berner Zeitung. Keller teaches the History and Aesthetics of Film Music in the Munich Conservatory. Regular seminars and workshops for German television, the Goethe Institute and others have led him to such exotic places as Ghana. His personal contacts to such leading film composers as Angelo Badalamenti, John Barry, Bruce Broughton, Patrick Doyle, Elliot Goldenthal, James Newton, Howard Shore, David Raksin, Ennio Morricone, Laurence Rosenthal, Enjott Schneider, Hans Zimmer, Don Davis, John Debney, Mark Mancina, among others, has enabled him to become the best informed journalist in this area. He also has a broad knowledge in vocal, crossover and improvisational music as well as piano and organ literature.

Matthias Keller is editor of the contemporary composer lexicon and jury member for the German record critics’ film music prize. As of April 2000, he is a producer for Bavarian radio’s classic program. Just to round off the spectrum of his musical activities, he is also an arranger and composer.

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