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         I Original compositions

Christoph Schickedanz
4 songs based on poems by Maurice Maeterlinck
Sopran and Piano
20 €
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Christoph Schickedanz
„Ein feste Burg“
Art harmonium, Piano
15 €
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Christoph Schickedanz
Canto doloroso e Danza
Violoncello
12 €
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Christoph Schickedanz
Concertino
Recorder, String orchestra
Partitur 30 € / Flöten 10 €
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Christoph Schickedanz
Klavierquartett
Piano
20 €
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Christoph Schickedanz
Metamorfosi
Viola, Piano
15 €
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Christoph Schickedanz
Miniaturen
Violine and Cembalo
15 €
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Christoph Schickedanz
Quintett
Trumpet, Violin, Viola, Violoncello, Piano
25 €
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Christoph Schickedanz
Sextett
Violin, Violas, Violoncelli
30 €
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Christoph Schickedanz
Sonate
Violin, Piano
15 €
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Sonate
Piano
18 €
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         II Interesting arrangements/first editions

Schönberg
„Verklärte Nacht“
Piano
18 €
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Ernest Chausson
Chanson perpetuélle op. 37
Piano
18 €
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Fernand de la Tombelle
Passacaille, Klavierauszug
Piano
15 €
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Wilhelm Grosz
Sonatine
Violin and Piano



         III Famous concert master soli

Beethoven
Benedictus
(In preparation)



Richard Strauss
Des Helden Gefährtin
Violin and Piano
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Richard Strauss
Tanz der Schneider
Piano, Violin
14 €
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Richard Strauss
Tanzlied aus: „Also sprach Zarathustra“



         IV Educational literature


Violin-Basis-Technik



Christoph Schickedanz
Miniaturen


In early July 2018, New York-based violinist Natasha Lipkina motivated me to make an attempt to enrich th not exactly opulent repertoire for violin and harpsichord with a piece. I have had a long friendship with Natasha since my studies at Indiana University at the beginning of the nineties, and just last year we played together on various occasions. Natasha forms a duo with the wonderful harpsichordist Olga Martynova, who is also a professor at the Tchaikovsky Conservatory in Moscow. During my summer vacation in the USA, I spent a few leisure hours enjoying the fascinating sound world of these two so different instruments, which led to the creation of the miniatures. Both emotionally and in terms of compositional technique and motif, the elaboration of these short pieces meant a confrontation with Johann Sebastian Bach, the musical overfather I loved so much.
Christoph Schickedanz
Metamorfosi


In May 2020, the Metamorfosi should now sound for the first time. I am grateful to my old friend and companion Roland Glassl and his wife Cornelia, with whom I have also been working for several years. After the premiere of my violin sonata in February 2019, I spontaneously decided, upon request, to also write a work for viola and piano. So the twelve-minute Metamorfosi for viola and piano were created. They consist of 4 separate movements: the introductory misterioso is followed by a perpetuum mobile, then a romance that develops over ostinate bass, and finally a rather high-spirited, final movement. I am looking extremely much forward to the premiere of the new work!
Christoph Schickedanz
Sextett


Sextett
Christoph Schickedanz
Sonate


Sonate
Christoph Schickedanz
Canto doloroso e Danza


Christoph Schickedanz
Concertino


Concertion for Recorder and String orchestra
Christoph Schickedanz
Sonate


Christoph Schickedanz
Quintett


Christoph Schickedanz
„Ein feste Burg“


Christoph Schickedanz
Klavierquartett


Christoph Schickedanz
4 songs based on poems by Maurice Maeterlinck


Ernest Chausson
Chanson perpetuélle op. 37


Chanson perpetuélle op. 37 - Version für Sopran und Klavierquartett
Fernand de la Tombelle
Passacaille, Klavierauszug


Wilhelm Grosz
Sonatine


(In preparation)
Schönberg
„Verklärte Nacht“


Arrangement für Klavierquartett
Richard Strauss
Tanz der Schneider


Beethoven
Benedictus


Benedictus from Missa solemnis
Richard Strauss
Des Helden Gefährtin


Richard Strauss
Tanzlied aus: „Also sprach Zarathustra“


(In preparation)

Violin-Basis-Technik