This full version of PATA POETRY provides a detailed insight into the concert, further structures and movements of the orchestral music and more solos.
Concert at Stadtgarten, Cologne.
Supported by Kunststiftung NRW and by the Departure of Art and Culture of the City of Cologne.
With the excellently cast large ensemble PATA POETRY ORCHESTRA, composer and saxophonist Norbert Stein opens a new chapter of his orchestral music:
Texts, sound sculptures, sound worlds, orchestral movements and exciting space for improvisers create contemporary music which not only rises from the modern sound language of New Music but also expresses the power and the spiritual depth of improvised music and jazz to a large degree.
Many years of work in the field of contemporary orchestral music, a fascination with how present-day compositional languages have evolved and the opportunity to engage with non-European cultures in concert tours facilitated by the Goethe Institute have enabled the composer Norbert Stein to develop a distinctive musical sign language for larger ensembles.
PATA POETRY lets listeners experience the wide expressive spectrum of modern orchestral music and demonstrates the creative vitality the art of improvisation lends to music for a large ensemble.
Das Wenige und das Meer (The Little and The Sea)
Das Zucken (The Twitch)
Riesenschritte (Giant Steps)
Bi Bel Jazz
Vom einfachen Fluss No.1 (The easy flow No. 1)
4711 Nein 11
Scanner, Sceibenwischer, Schwimmer (Scanner, Wiper, Swimmer)
Afrika, Indochina, Amerika, Japan
Norbert Stein - composer, conductor
Michael Heupel - flutes
Annette Maye - clarinets
Georg Wissel - alto saxophone
Hennes Hehn - tenor saxophone, ewi
Isis Krueger - voice
Ryan Carniaux - trumpet
Matthias Muche - trombone
Joachim Gellert, tuba
Albrecht Maurer - violin
Axel Lindner - violin
Radek Stawarz - violin
Joscha Oetz - double bass
Phillip Zoubek - piano
Joker Nies - elektronics
Christoph Haberer - drums
Further information at patamusic.de
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