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Here you will find videos of performances by cellist Friedrich Kleinhapl with additional information about the videos.

About Brahms

„About Brahms“ – a fictional dialogue between Johannes Brahms and his housekeeper Ms. Coelestine Truxa by Heidrun Maya Hagn.
The historical facts for this text are based on letters and memories from, to and about Brahms.
Contributors to this performance: Lidia Baich, violin, Friedrich Kleinhapl, cello, Andreas Woyke, piano, Wolfram Berger recitation, Gerti Pall, recitation

About Mendelssohn

„About Mendelssohn“ – a fictional dialogue in the afterlife between Felix and Fanny Mendelssohn by Heidrun Maya Hagn. (a Hagn-Arts project: www.hagn-arts.com )

The historical facts for this text are based on letters and memories from, to and about the two siblings.

Participants in this performance: Fritz Kircher, violin, Friedrich Kleinhapl, cello, Andreas Woyke, piano, Wolfram Berger recitation, Julia Stemberger, recitation

J.S.Bach: Suite for cello solo No.3

Johann Sebastian Bach: Suite for cello solo No.3, C major, BWV 1009 (1717-23) Prelude

Friedrich Gulda: Concerto for cello and wind orchestra

Friedrich Gulda: Concerto for cello and wind orchestra – Cadenza

Friedrich Kleinhapl in Portrait

Friedrich Kleinhapl, cello and Andreas Woyke, piano

Friedrich Kleinhapl, cello and Andreas Woyke, piano present their Beethoven CD II

Ludwig van Beethoven: Sonata for violin and piano transcribed

Ludwig van Beethoven: Sonata for violin and piano transcribed
for violoncello and piano op. 96, G major
Gustav Mahler Music Weeks, Toblach, Italy

Alfred Schnittke: Sonata for cello and piano No. I, 2nd movement: Presto

Alfred Schnittke: Sonata for cello and piano No. I, 2nd movement: Presto
Gustav Mahler Music Weeks, Toblach, Italy

Sofia Gubaidulina: Sun song for cello, choir and percussion

Sofia Gubaidulina: Sun song for cello, choir and percussion
Chorus sine nomine under Johannes Hiemetsberger, Aspekte Festival Salzburg

Øistein Sommerfeldt: „Mongoli“ op. 45 Cello solo (1975)

Øistein Sommerfeldt: „Mongoli“ op. 45 for Cello solo (1975) – 1. Molto rubato, 2. Vivace, 3. Adagio