Closing The Day With Bach

Bootshaus am Neckar

Jazz & Experimental Music

Bebelaar / Dähn: dafd

Musical material of the "Kunst der Fuge" (Art of Fugue) serves as base for a constantly changing sound sculpture in Fried Dähn's composition complemented and extended through improvisation and variation.

Patrick Bebelaar Clavichord

Fried Dähn Cello, Live-Electronics

Admission 12 Euro

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Hochschule für Kirchenmusik

In "Hortus musicus"

J. S. Bach: Sonata D minor BWV 964 (AFTER J. S. BACH'S SONATA FOR VIOLIN IN A MINOR BWV 1003)

J. S. Bach: Sonata A minor BWV 965 (AFTER J. A. REINCKEN'S „HORTUS MUSICUS“)

Heinrich Walther Clavichord, Harpsichord

Admission 12 Euro

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ALTE AULA

Audiovisual Performance Concert

Suite fantastique für Stimme und wohltemperierte Objekte (for voice and well-tempered objects)

"Suite fantastique für Stimme und wohltemperierte Objekte" is an audiovisual performance-concert, fusing together live vocals from the contemporary German singer and performer Frauke Aulbert and an unique audio-visual instrument, designed by the Bulgarian composer Antoni Rayzhekov.
The instrument is driven entirely by ordinary objects capable of remembering and modulating short musical fragments sang to them, by using computer vision and real-time sound synthesis. As an analogy to J. S. Bach's "wohltemperiertes Klavier", our project focuses on transforming everyday objects into one collective musical instrument. Using their context, shape and their interactions the computer interprets them as a conglomerate of interconnected musical moments and sound alterations.
Through this natural manipulation of sound, the performance opens a novel way between musical and object theater, where sound narrative and experimentation lead to an exciting interplay between the physical objects and the live performer.

Frauke Aulbert Soprano, Voice Artist, Multivocalist

Antoni Rayzhekov New Media Artist

Admission 12 Euro

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Hochschule für Kirchenmusik

Bach arranged for Lute

J. S. Bach: Suite G minor BWV 995

J. S. Bach: Suite E major BWV 1006 A

Jadran Duncumb Lute

Admission 12 Euro

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ALTE AULA

Bach arranged for Harpsichord

J. S. Bach: Adagio G major for Harpsichord solo BWV 968 (AFTER 1ST MOVEMENT OF VIOLIN-SOLOSONATA IN C MAJOR, BWV 1005)

A. Marcello/J. S. Bach: Concert D minor for Harpsichord solo BWV 974 (AFTER A. MARCELLOS CONCERT FOR OBOE, STRINGS AND BASSO CONTINUO)

J. S. Bach / C. Lorenz: Sonata E minor for Harpsichord solo (AFTER SONATA FOR VIOLIN AND BASSO CONTINUO E MINOR, BWV 1023)

Carsten Lorenz HARPSICHORD

Admission 12 Euro

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Church St. Johannes

Métarmorphoses d'un chant d'exil

Musical and choreographical approach of the chorale "An Wasserflüssen Babylon"

Psalm 137 „An Wasserflüssen Babylon“ is the inspiration for J. S. Bach to arrange works for organ as well as for contemporary composers to reflect musically.

Students and Lecturers of Conservatoire de musique, de danse et d'art dramatique "Darius Milhaud" and the University of Church Music Tübingen Vocals, Organ, Dance

Ali Moraly Violin

Mareike Schellenberger Artistic Direction

Admission 12 Euro

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Bootshaus am Neckar

Jazz Concert

Rainer Tempel & Die Ersatzbrüder: „Polyphonic“

Jazz-pianist, bandleader and composer Rainer Tempel has chosen an extraordinary line-up of baritone saxophone, trombone and piano that affords to reconsider the voice leading.

Fugue and canon are ideal forms for „Polyphonic's“ music. Though inspired by Bach's "Well-tempered Clavier",  Hindemiths „Ludus Tonalis“ and Shostakovich's „24 Preludes and Fugues“ they sound like a Jazz-Band.

Matthias Tschopp Baritone saxophone

Andreas Tschopp Trombone

Rainer Tempel Piano

Admission 12 Euro

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Stadtmuseum

Performance

zuüberrundumgegenfürbach

Singer and actress Silvia Pfändner, experimental guitar player Thomas Maos and percussionist Hubl Greiner will examine in their performance texts and sound of and about Bach, will reflect his living conditions, his relationship to church, his way of working - and of course his music.

Unconventional and thoroughly subjective.

Silvia Pfändner Vocals, Play

Thomas Maos E-Guitar, Laptop

Hubl Greiner Percussion

Admission 12 Euro

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