Falla, Manuel de / arr. Windhagauer , Horst

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Falla, Manuel de / arr. Windhagauer , Horst

Danza del Fuego from El amor brujo for 4 celli, WN 7 (first print / set score & parts)

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Falla, Manuel de / arr. Windhagauer , Horst

Danza del Fuego from El amor brujo for 4 celli, WN 7 (first print / set score & parts)

Horst Rudolf Windhagauer

Horst Rudolf Windhagauer was born in 1955 at Gmunden/Austria and grew up in Nuremberg, a city in nothern Bavaria. Since 1998 he lives with his family in Bamberg.
He studied Violoncello, piano and composition in Nuremberg and Wuerzburg with Claus Reichardt and Prof. Julius Berger. He was a member of several ensembles for chamber music, so the „Trio elegiáque“, the „Arpa Trio“ and the „Cello quartet of Nuremberg“.
Since 1998 he was the leader of the cellist group at the „Chamber orchestra of Bamberg“.
In 2016 he created the „Quartetto cellistico Bamberg“. For this ensemble he wrote and adapted a number of pieces.
Several works for chambermusic he wrote during the years of 2012 until 2017 for the international wellknown ensemble the „Giocoso Quartett“.
Since 1988 he his a teacher for cello at the Highschool for music in Erlangen.
As a student for composition with Gottfried Muller, who was an expert for the music of Bach, he developed as a composer – during many years – a very personal style of music, which lies between his baroque idols, a moderate modern style and the late Richard Strauss.

Note

Manuel de Falla was born in 1876 in Cádiz and died in 1946 in Alta Gracia.
As a composer he had a great success with his opera „La vida breve“ in 1905 where he created his style with elements of spanish folk-music an so won the first prize at the competion of the „Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando“. At the outbreak of World War One de Falla returned to Madrid, where in 1915 his „Gitaneria“ El amor brujo (Spell of love) had its first performance. Out of this ballet music the Dance of Fire was taken as a solitary set not at least performed by Paco de Lucia, the famous flamenco guitarist.
This adaption for cello-quartet was first performed by the ensemble Quartetto cellistico Bamberg in September 2016 at the Oberau castle.

Score No.

2802

Special Edition

Cantarco Edition

Genre

Chamber Music

Size

225 x 320 mm

Specifics

Set Score & Parts

Printing

First print

Pages

32