The main focus of my work is in contemporary music. There are also some audio samples composed in mutli-genre styles like Jazz or South American Music
for Lute and Bass Viol (2016) – T. Bocklenberg
Unbewusst – Beginning from 3 Choreographische Etüden – CLICK TO VIEW
from Drei Choreographische Etuden für Gitarre (1978/79) – T. Bocklenberg
Performer: Thomas Bocklenberg
Interview mit AutoFluk – graphic score page 4+5 – CLICK TO VIEW
Interview mit AutoFluk – Schaltbild Montiflange – CLICK TO VIEW
Interview mit AutoFluk – Schaltbild Amplituden-Vibrato – CLICK TO VIEW
Electronic Composition for 4-Channel-Tape.
Produced with the Synlab-System at ICEM – Folkwang University (1986) – T. Bocklenberg
5 audio samples as 2-channel-mixdown.
Irini for piano – page 5 CLICK TO VIEW
Irini for piano – page 11 CLICK TO VIEW
Irini for piano – preface – CLICK TO VIEW
Variations on the morse code of the word IRINI (ειρήνη) (2014) – T. Bocklenberg
for Theorbo 14 courses (2009 / Revised Edition 2020) | 11’30 min.
“People in Tokyo – activity and contemplation among the hustle and bustle of the city”
Audio samples of the premiere – Michael Freimuth, Theorbo
Mondfeder Seite 1 – KLICK ZUM ANSCHAUEN
4 Preludes mit Intermezzo für Orchester (2008) – T. Bocklenberg
The orchestral pieces are composed for young musicians. From this Prelude 4 (Mondfeder) was commissioned by the Association of Friends and Supporters of the Music School Dormagen e.V. The preludes are meant to be pictures for the ear – sceneries in a cosmic environment. Titles like Mare Undarum or Cosmic Bowl already point that out. As a didactic work, the performance is intended only for youth orchestras.
Ricercar 1- audio sample 1 – CLICK TO VIEW
Ricercar 1 – audio sample 2 – CLICK TO VIEW
for Lute and Theorbo, 1 player (1989)
Michael Freimuth. Production ICEM – Folkwang Universität der Künste Essen.
Recording: Thomas Bocklenberg
Composition with many special playing techniques and sound effects.
With kind permission of ICEM – Folkwang Universität der Künste Essen and Michael Freimuth.
for 2 Channel Tape (1989) – T. Bocklenberg
Realization at ICEM – Folkwang Universität der Künste Essen, Thomas Bocklenberg
With kind permission of ICEM – Folkwang Universität der Künste Essen.
Page 4, system 1 – CLICK TO VIEW
for Guitar and Piano (1989) – T. Bocklenberg
This piece lives on the steady flow of a rhythmic and melodic pattern, which is reminiscent of the South American Milonga. Guitar and piano are merged closely. The image shows the beginning of the main section with its typical rhythmic structure in the piano. You can here this passage at the beginning of the audio sample.
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