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Dallinger Gerhard

Compositions

# Title Year of Originsort icon Duration Instrumentation Category Sheet Music Shop
1 Laudate Dominum - für 4-stimmigen gemischten Chor a capella 2004 3m
2 Sieben heitere Miniaturen aus dem "Wiener Panoptikum" - von Ernst Kein für vierstimmigen gemischten Chor a cappella 1995 8m
3 Maria durch ein Dornwald ging - Satz für gemischten Chor a cappella 1994 2m
4 Es sungen drei Engel - Satz für gemischten Chor a cappella 1994 2m
5 Sinnspruch - für 2 gemischte Chöre a cappella 1994 2m
6 Recessional II - für gemischten Chor a cappella 1994 3m
7 Die sieben Raben - Kinderoper 1958 ~ 50m
8 Blockflötenquartett 4m
9 Haldener Messe - Leichte deutsche Messe
10 Ballade für Sopranblockflöte und Klavier 4m
11 Kleine Suite für Schülerorchester
12 Vier fantastische Skizzen für Bläserquintett 7m
13 Zweites Streichquartett 8m
14 Vier Stücke für Blockflöte und Klavier 4m
15 Vier Stücke für Flöte und Klavier 4m
16 Erstes Streichquartett - Fünf Stücke für Streichquartett 7m
17 Praeludium und Ricercar für Klavier 3m
18 Kleine Suite für Sopran- und Altblockflöte 3m
19 Märchen 18m
20 Psalm 86/14-17 - für gemischten Chor a cappella 3m
21 Zwei Winterlieder 5m
22 Drei alpenländische Volkslieder - Sätze
23 Humoreske 3m
24 Herbstmorgen 3m
25 Salome 1h
26 Rondino 2m
27 Sanctus 4m
28 Recessional - für gemischten Chor a cappella 3m
29 Szenen am Gartenteich - Drei Stücke für Blockflötenquartett 4m
30 Herzenswünsche - für gemischten Chor und Klavier 4m
31 Allein Gott in der Höh' - für Chor, Bläser, Orgel und Volk ~ 3m

General Information

Year of Birth:  1940
Date of Birth:  30. March 1940
Place of Birth:  Eferding
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Gerhard Dallinger was born in 1940 in Eferding, Upper Austria. Studies in Vienna (cello with Prof. Kühne, piano with Prof. Leischner, conducting with Prof. Swarovsky and composition with Prof. Schiske). Various master classes (including with teachers such as Caridis, Melles, Kuhn, Stockhausen, Ericson, Ortner).
From 1966-1974 head of a cello class at the Carinthian State Conservatory in Klagenfurt. As a result, choir director and conductor at the opera houses in Istanbul, Metz and Strasbourg.
1977-88: founding director of the Vorarlberg State Conservatory in Feldkirch.
1982-2001: director of the internationally acclaimed Chamber Choir HORTUS MUSICUS Feldkirch. Several international prices could be achieved with this choir.
Concerts in many European countries and in all federal states of Austria. Has appeared at various festivals such as the "Festival du Marais" , Paris, at the "Bregenz Festival" , the "Carinthian Summer" and others. Guest conductor with various orchestras and choirs. Juror at numerous international choral competitions.
As a composer represented at the Vienna music publisher Doblinger with some compositions.

Education

PeriodEducationInstrumentTeacherEducation OrganisationLocation

Bundeserziehungsanstalt Graz-Liebenau: school leaving examination

1963

composition

conducting

Gent: master class for choral conducting (Laszlo Heltay)

master class for choral conducting

composition

master class for choral conducting (Erwin G.Ortner)

Ossiach, Salzburg, Siena: master classes for choral conducting

Activities

PeriodActivityOrganisationLocation
1966 - 1973

freelancer

1966 - 1973

teacher of violoncello

1977 - 1988

founding school principal, teacher, choral conductor, composer

1982 - 2001

director and conductor of the prizewinning chorus, numerous concert tours, radio transmissions and recordings

Kammerorchester Pilsen: engagements as a conductor

Orchestra of Istanbul Opera: engagements as a conductor

Orchester des Konservatoriums Feldkirch und des Konservatoriums Klagenfurt: engagements as a conductor

engagements as a conductor

engagements as a conductor

engagements as a conductor

at the opera houses in Istanbul, Metz, Strasbourg: engagements as choral director and as a conductor

Commissions (Selection)

PeriodCommissionCompositionCommissioner (Organisation)Commissioner (Person)

Forum for Contemporary Music Feldkirch

Awards

PeriodAwardCompositionAwarding Organisation
1973

promotional award

1985

International Choir-Competition, Gorizia: Third Prize (choral conducting)

1988

Competition Austria cantat, Grafenegg: First Prize

1990

International Choir-Competition Walther von der Vogelweide, Linz: First Prize

1993

International Choir-Competition Franz Schubert, Vienna: First Prize

1993

International Choir-Competition, Neuchâtel: Second Prize

1995

granting of the title "professor" by the President of the Republic of Austria

1996

Ferdinand-Grossmann-Award

1998

prize winner at folksong competitons

1998

award winner and choir-award of the federal country of Upper Austria at the "3. Internationale Chortage" at Bad Ischl

Description of Style

As a student of Karl Schiske he at first oriented himself at the succession of Weber (with exception of the children's opera he composed with 17 years and which was more committed to Orff and Bartók). Later, departing from "Vier fantastischen Skizzen für Bläserquintett", the musical component won more emphasize. In the foreground stand good playability and singability, which at last is not only the result of own versatile musical practice. Almost all works are commissioned pieces, which means it's already predetermined , who will perform the respective work.

 

Music from Austria, ed. by Bernhard Günther, 1997

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