• Analyssis of the strengths and preferences of the respective instrumentalist

    If the soloist is not yet known, the strengths of the respective instrumentalist and their abilities are jointly determined here. If there are any weaknesses, it is also important to know them in order to avoid them as much as possible when composing. The well-written composition is of no use to a soloist if it is technically overwhelming or cannot be played by him personally.

  • Personal consultation and joint planning of the commissioned composition

    Here, both stylistic wishes, individual preferences, and strengths of the soloist are taken into account if these are already available. If the music direction for the soloist has not yet been determined, we will discuss together which direction the composition should go. Both the musical preferences of the soloist and their technical abilities are taken into account to ensure that the work is actually written in such a way that it is technically and tastefully suitable for the individual soloist.

  • Composing of the jointly discussed piece

    taking into account the agreed criteria and specifications.

  • On request, also directly with an additional arrangement                                              E.g. combined with a big band, orchestra, or choir arrangement in the background

  • Submission of the composition

    In note format (and notes from the additional arrangements if previously agreed) or also possible as a MIDI Mp3 file instead (if knowledge of sheet music is not available).

  • Also possible with a subsequent music production of the work on request

    see the subpage Music production for singers and solo instrumentalists.