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Hans Roosenschoon - If Music Be


1985
Label: Samro - GSE 604,Claremont Records - GSE 604,Graham Sound And Electronics (PTY) Ltd - GSE 604 • Format: Vinyl LP Digital • Country: South Africa • Genre: Electronic, Classical • Style: Contemporary, Experimental, Musique Concrète
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Orchestral works form the larger part of his oeuvre for which he has received numerous commissions from all of the most significant commissioning bodies in South Africa. At least performances and broadcasts, nationally in particular but also internationally, have been documented. Numerous reviews and non-peer reviewed articles in magazines are recognized, as well as articles in accredited periodicals that discuss his music, its dissemination and peculiarities.

His discography includes recordings for the SA Broadcasting Corporation's Transcription Service, as well as commercial recordings of his orchestral, choral, electronic and chamber music.

Roosenschoon's Timbila is perhaps among the most significant cross-cultural compositions to have emerged from Hans Roosenschoon - If Music Be Africa, combining a group of traditional marimba players from the Chopi people of Mozambique with a Western symphony orchestra. It is but one example that confirms the composer's continuing interest in works which look to indigenous music for a creative impulse.

But he has also drawn upon other diverse sources resulting in collage-like music that is typically eclectic in character. Hans Roosenschoon has also made important contributions to cultural life in other areas - as a broadcaster and music producer, as an arts administrator, a promoter of South African music, an adjudicator at competitions, and, for some time, as a member of the Board of Directors of SAMRO. Roosenschoon was the recipient in of a Merit Award given by the Cape Tercentenary Foundation in acknowledgement for his contribution to music in the Western Cape.

In he was visiting professor in composition at the Handgun II - Doctors With Knives - Blood Of Machines University, Salzburg. In Roosenschoon was visiting professor in composition at the Mozarteum University, Salzburg, and in he presented seminars on his music at the universities of Bristol and York in the UK.

From until Hans Roosenschoon - If Music Be was Director of the Konservatorium at Stellenbosch University. For more information on Hans Roosenschoon please visit his website www. For information on the Konservatorium, Stellenbosch University, consult www. And it takes musical character of no little determination to rise above the pale imitation of any or all of these". Whittall, Arnold. June Hewett, Ivan. New Releases Morgan, Nick Hans Roosenschoon - If Music Be. While certain parameters of the music apply avant-garde techniques, others are often treated in a more conventional way".

May, James. Hudson, Barrie. Evening Express, Aberdeen, Scotland. Viljoen, Nicol. Gaudeamus Kaleidoskoop Aurora Speculum musicae To the tune of — concerto for flute, strings, piano and percussion.

Drie klavierstukke Augurk Goggaboek Organ book Grootste niewedjaar Lux aeterna Evening Express, Aberdeen, Scotland "Roosenschoon's music reflects a personal response to experiences of joy, sorrow, mystery and contradiction, through strong emphases on sound painting, collages of diverse material, structural coherence and the fusion of African elements into his own tonal language".


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  1. EXPLORING PLURALISM AND MUSICAL MEANING IN THE COMPOSITIONS OF HANS ROOSENSCHOON. by. Melissa Jane Fraser. Thesis submitted in partial fulfilment. of the requirements for the degree of. Master of Music. at the. University of Stellenboscch. Department of Music. Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences.
  2. Hans Roosenschoon was born in the Netherlands in , and immigrated with his family to South Africa in He started piano with Fred Poetzch in Pretoria, and studied at the Conservatoire of Music from and respectively.
  3. Hans Roosenschoon has also made important contributions to cultural life in other areas: as a broadcaster and music producer, as an arts administrator and promoter of South African music, as an adjudicator at national competitions and, for 15 years, as a member of the Board of Directors of the Southern African Music Rights Organization (SAMRO).
  4. However, Roosenschoon’s music has been heard in the USA, in several West- and East European countries, and in the UK. Hans Roosenschoon has also made important contributions to cultural life in other areas - as a broadcaster and music producer, as an arts administrator, a promoter of South African music, an adjudicator at competitions, and, for some time, as a member of the Board of .
  5. hans roosenschoon Raised in a Stellenbosch home filled with music, Hans Roosenschoon holds a BMus degree in cello performance. It is largely thanks to his musical prowess, as well as his entrepreneurship and business acumen – qualities he showed from an early age – that led Hans to an established career in the events industry.
  6. HANS ROOSENSCHOON ( -). The composer Hans Roosenschoon studied music in South Africa, and in England. Orchestral works form the larger part of his output for which he has received numerous commissions from all of the most significant commissioning bodies in SA.
  7. The South African composer Hans Roosenschoon, now in his mid-thirties, is showing encouraging signs of reacting constructively to several very powerful European influences. Roosenschoon apparently studied in London, although the sleeve-note gives little biographical information.
  8. The music of Hans Roosenschoon is used to illustrate five ways in which the fusion of time and space manifests itself on a metaphorical level, namely the integration of Western and African cultural spaces through music as a temporal art form, the blending of time and space in the music itself and the fusion of art music from the past with everyday life by electronic ladoramoonshaperarashakar.infoinfo: Bertha M. Spies.

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