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Rihm is an extremely prolific composer, with hundreds of completed scores, a large portion of which are yet to be commercially recorded. (See the List of the compositions of Wolfgang Rihm , in German, or the IRCAM works list, in French). He does not always regard a finished work the last word on a subject—for example the orchestral work Ins Offene... (1990) was completely rewritten in 1992, and then used as the basis for his piano concerto Sphere (1994), before the piano part of Sphere was recast for the solo piano work Nachstudie (also 1994). (In 2002 Rihm also produced a new version of Nachstudie , Sphäre nach Studie , for harp, two double basses, piano and percussion, and also a new version of Sphere , called Sphäre um Sphäre , for two pianos and chamber ensemble.) Other important works include thirteen string quartets , the operas Die Hamletmaschine (1983–1986, text by Heiner Müller ) and Die Eroberung von Mexico (1987–1991, based on texts by Antonin Artaud ), over twenty song-cycles, the oratorio Deus Passus (1999–2000) commissioned by the Internationale Bachakademie Stuttgart , the chamber orchestra piece Jagden und Formen (1995–2001), more than thirty concertos and a series of related orchestral works bearing the title Vers une symphonie fleuve . The New York Philharmonic premièred Rihm's 2004 commission Two Other Movements . In 2008 Rihm composed KOLONOS | 2 Fragments by Hölderlin after Sophokles for orchestra and countertenor, premiered in Bad Wildbad with the countertenor Matthias Rexroth . [1] [2]

Wolfgang Rihm (born 13 March 1952) is a German composer. Rihm is musical director of the Institute of New Music and Media at the University of Music Karlsruhe and has ...


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