• OE 1 Intrada: Schubert.Metamorphosen 2/2
  • OE 1 Intrada: Schubert.Metamorphosen 1/2
  • Christine Lavant Wieder Nacht und doppelt Nacht
  • The Making of Americans
  • My Ship
  • Der Leiermann
  • Der Lindenbaum
  • With a Little Help from my Friends
  • Ed by Starlight
  • Guča
  • Improvisation
  • Intro
  • Die heilige Cäcilie
  • The New Waltz
  • The Rumba Farewell


The Making of Americans


Commissioned composition dealing with “Gertrude Stein” for the Musil Literature Museum in Klagenfurt.

My Ship


The singer, Ute Gfrerer, interprets the Kurt Weill/Ira Gershwin song from the musical "Lady in the Dark" in an arrangement by Jim Holmes.

Der Leiermann + Der Lindenbaum


“Schubertreise zum Lockenhauser Advent” – Well-known Schubert pieces performed in concert for the Advent season, for the first time in the unusual combination of saxophone and piano with Edgar Unterkirchner, saxophone, and Wolfgang Horvath on piano.
Live recording from 29 November 2014

With a Little Help from my Friends


From the audiobook with Arnold Mettnitzer titled "Lebenswege" (“Life Journeys”), to a text about the actor Robin Williams and “Dead Poets’ Society."

Ed by Starlight


Improvisation based on "Stella by Starlight" with Roman Wohofsky (piano).



Composed together with Roman Wohofsky (piano).



Improvisation for clarinet and piano with Roman Wohofsky (piano).



From the live CD by the Vokalsolisten Kärnten vocal ensemble: Apassionata.
With Manfred Tischitz from Haus des Staunens which offers an interactive sound experience in Gmünd (overtone instruments and overtone singing).

Die heilige Cäcilie


The Burgtheater actor, Martin Schwab, reads "Die Heilige Cäcilie oder die Gewalt der Musik." With Wolfgang Horvath (piano)

The New Waltz &  The Rumba Farewell


From the CD, “The gentle mood:” Hubert Dohr and Edgar Unterkirchner.
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Kaiser von Kärnten


Commissioned composition for Dr. Peter Kaiser’s image campaign (provincial governor of Carinthia)

“… during a gorgeous sunrise […] I enjoyed the ‘acoustic paintings’. Wonderful. When a day begins like that, what could possibly go wrong? :-) “

Prof. Dr. Arnold Mettnitzer (Psychotherapist, Vienna)