My first composition for symphony orchestra is finished: “menhir” is a small symphonic poem and was composed at the suggestion of a fellow musician and conductor.
A computer-generated mockup can be heared on my Soundcloud page.
There is an area now where I briefly introduce my instruments. The page is to be found in the “About me” menu which contains also my biography now.
A recording of my variation cycle “Die sechs Ansichten des Kirchturms zu Springiersbach” (The six views of the steeple in Springiersbach) for guitar solo is now available on Youtube:
Composing is like doing a puzzle of notes
– without knowing what the final puzzle will look like.
Over time I wrote several arrangements for plucked string instruments. A list of the works is now to be found on a new page in the “Work” menu.
The pieces for guitar solo are available for download as PDF. The other works will follow shortly.
I just opened an Instagram account for my musical activities: www.instagram.com/danielhuschert
The link can also be found next to the other social media links in the footer of every page.
I finished my new Quartet No. 2 E minor. The work is dedicated to the Eulenspiegelquartett.
My recently finished “Prélude No. 1” starts a series of concert pieces for guitar solo in the tradition of the Prelúdios by H. Villa-Lobos. The series is planned to be continued in the longer term.
I don’t live from my music,
but I do live for music.
To be able to do this without pressure is a great luck.
Already in March I finished my orchestral work “Crags of Ayrshire”. It is dedicated to the LJZO Brandenburg/Berlin and was given to the orchestra and its conductor Vitali Alekseenok yesterday during the Eurofestival Zupfmusik in Bruchsal.