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Muenz, Harald
Harald Muenz (born in 1965) studied composition at the music academies in Cologne and Stuttgart with Helmut Lachenmann, Krzysztof Meyer, Johannes Fritsch, Hans Ulrich Humpert, and Clarence Barlow, as well as at the Detmold institute for sound engineering and the phonetic institute at the university in Cologne (with Georg Heike). In addition to chamber music, as well as orchestral and vocal music, he is particularly interested in compositions involving speech and language, Ars Acustica, and instrumental music with or without live electronics. He has received the NRW Support Prize (1997) and a NRW Research Grant (2001), the city of Cologne’s Bernd Alois Zimmermann Scholarship (2000), and was invited to work residencies in the Villa Aurora in Los Angeles and at the Artists’ Colonies in Wiepersdorf (1995) and Schreyahn (2005). The publisher Pfau has released his book on Franco Evangelisti. His scores are available from the Feedback Studio publishers in Cologne. His music is represented on five CDs on, among others, the cybele and WERGO labels; another with Ensemble Mosaik is in preparation. From 2001 to 2005, he taught Aesthetic Phonetics at the university in Cologne; since 2005 he has a permanent full position teaching composition at the Centre for Contemporary Music Practice at Brunel University West London in Uxbridge. Muenz commutes between Cologne and London as a composer active in various areas and media.
Fa:m' Ahniesgwow - Experimental Speech Composition
2 CDs - 68-page booklet, slipcase
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