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Giselher Klebe

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Giselher Wolfgang Klebe 28 June 1925 – 5 October 2009 was a German composer, and an academic teacher He composed more than 140 works, among them 14 literary operas, eight symphonies, 15 solo concerts, chamber music, piano works, and sacred music

Contents

  • 1 Biography
  • 2 Honors and legacy
  • 3 Marriage and family
  • 4 Works
  • 5 References
  • 6 External links

Biography

Giselher Klebe was born in Mannheim, Germany He received musical tuition early in his life from his mother, the violinist Gertrud Klebe The family relocated in 1932 to Munich, where his mother's sister, Melanie Michaelis, continued the training His father's profession required a further relocation in 1936 to Rostock

Following the separation of his parents, Klebe moved with his mother and sister to Berlin During 1938, the 13-year-old sketched his first compositions In 1940, he began studies in violin, viola, and composition, supported by a grant from the city of Berlin

After serving his Reichsarbeitsdienst labour service, Klebe was conscripted to military service as signalman After the German surrender, he was taken prisoner of war by the Russian forces Due to ill health, he was soon released

Having convalesced, Klebe continued his music studies in Berlin 1946–1951, first under Joseph Rufer, then in master classes by Boris Blacher He worked for the radio station Berliner Rundfunk until 1948, when he began to work full-time as a composer

Klebe was inspired and influenced by works of authors and artists, especially his contemporaries In 1951 he composed Die Zwitschermaschine Op 7, The Twittering Machine, based on the well-known painting by Paul Klee His first opera, based on Friedrich Schiller's play Die Räuber The Robbers, was produced in 1957 He composed two operas based on plays by Ödön von Horváth

In 1957, Klebe succeeded Wolfgang Fortner as docent for the subjects of Composition and Music Theory at the Hochschule für Musik Detmold He was appointed professor in 1962 and, over the years, taught many students who went on to become well-known composers: Theo Brandmüller, Peter Michael Braun de, Hans Martin Corrinth de, Matthias Pintscher, and Lars Woldt de

Honors and legacy

  • In 1964 Klebe was appointed member of the West Berlin Akademie der Künste Arts Academy
  • In 1965 he received the Westfälischer Musikpreis later named the Hans-Werner-Henze-Preis
  • In 2002, the city of Detmold, where he lived, made him an honorary citizen

Marriage and family

On 10 September 1946 Klebe married the violinist Lore Schiller They had two daughters, Sonja Katharina and Annette Marianne Lore Klebe wrote the librettos for some of his operas, including Der Jüngste Tag Doomsday

Klebe died on 5 October 2009 in Detmold at the age of 84 after a long illness

Works

Opus Title Translation Category
4 Piano sonata Piano sonata
7 Die Zwitschermaschine Orchestral
13 Wiegenlieder für Christinchen Piano
22 Elegia appassionata Piano trio
25 Die Räuber The Robbers Opera
26 4 Inventions Piano
27 Die tödlichen Wünsche The Deadly Wishes Opera
29 Cello Concerto No 1 Cello concerto
32 Die Ermordung Cäsars The Murder of Caesar Opera
36 Alkmene Opera
37 Adagio and Fugue with a motif from Wagner's Die Walküre Orchestral
39 9 Duettini per pianoforte e flauto Duo
40 Figaro lässt sich scheiden Figaro Gets Divorced Opera
49 Jacobowsky und der Oberst Jacobovsky and the Colonel Opera
50 Concerto a cinque Concerto
53 Symphony No 3 1966 Symphony
55 Das Märchen von der schönen Lilie The Fairy Tale of the Fair Lily Opera
61 Das Testament Orchestral
69 Ein wahrer Held A True Hero Opera
70 Nenia Chamber music
72 Das Mädchen aus Domrémy The Girl from Domrémy Opera
73 Orpheus Orchestral
75 Symphony No 5 1976–77 Symphony
76 9 Piano pieces for Sonja Piano
78 Das Rendezvous Opera
82 Der Jüngste Tag Doomsday Opera
87 String Quartet No 3 String quartet
90 Die Fastnachtsbeichte Carnival Confession Opera
91 Feuersturz Piano
103 Glockentürme Piano
111 Nachklang Piano
119 Gervaise Macquart Opera
120 Symphony No 6 1996 Symphony
133 Mignon Violin concerto
134 Chara Duo
149 Chlestakows Wiederkehr Khlestakov's Return Opera

References

Notes

  1. ^ a b c Schäfer, Brigitte 28 June 2005 "Giselher Klebe" in German Archived from the original on 2012-11-20 Retrieved 10 November 2014 
  2. ^ a b "Giselher Klebe", Naxos, accessed 13 Feb 2010
  3. ^ a b Giselher Klebe, profile, City of Detmold in German

Sources

  • Erik Levi, "Klebe, Giselher", in The New Grove Dictionary of Opera, ed Stanley Sadie London, 1992 ISBN 0-333-73432-7
  • Michael Herbert Rentzsch with Erik Levi: "Klebe, Giselher", Grove Music Online, ed L Macy, Oxford University Press subscription required

External links

  • Literature by and about Giselher Klebe in the German National Library catalogue
  • Giselher-Klebe-Archiv Archive of the Akademie der Künste, Berlin
  • "G Klebe", Klassika

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