Alexander Liebermann: Music as Autobiography

“I like to think about music as a biography in sounds.”

Other featured works:

“De Poeta (Full Score), The Wessobrunn Prayer, sometimes called the Wessobrunn Creation Poem (German: Wessobrunner Gebet, Wessobrunner Schöpfungsgedicht), believed to date from 790, is among the earliest known poetic works in Old High German. Commissioned by The New York Virtuoso Singers. World Premiere by The New York Virtuoso Singers, Harold Rosenbaum, Conductor.”
Ear Training Challenge — Weddell Seal
“I wrote ‘The Festivities in Minos’ for Alexandros Lyra. The composition is based on the Greek myth of Theseus and the Minotaur… In this clip, @alexandroslyra brilliantly performs my piece on the ruins of what was once the grand Minoan Palace of Phaistos.”

5 Questions for the Artist:

“Five Japanese poems (Haikus) set to music for soprano and piano. Singer: Sara Gouzy, Pianist: Lahav Shani, Composer: Alexander Liebermann”
“Filmscoring session for ‘Frozen Corpses Golden Treasures’ with the Budapest Scoring Orchestra (BudapestScoring)” — Alexander Liebermann

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