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Audio Samples Leipzig Music Trail ("Leipziger Notenspur")

Every single station of the Leipzig Music Trail is provided with audio samples and excerpts of pieces of music. These can be listened to for free on this web page or downloaded for non-commercial use only (click on a title with the right mouse button - > select "store on destination") or per phone (local tariff, mobile costs may vary).

Each audio sample hides the official sound logo of the Music Trail, modified according to the actual sound format, sung, played or whistled. Listeners are free to search the music samples for hints of the Music Trail's sound logo, while wandering through the musical everyday life of the composers by listening to the audio samples. 

(Download of soundlogos right upper corner)

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Sound logos

The Trail's sound logo is the result of a competition, won by Johannes Raschpichler.

 
 
 
  • sound logo piano
 
 
 
  • sound logo brass ensemble
 
 
 
  • sound logo string quartet
 
 
 
  • sound logo choir

Beispiele

 
 
 
  • brass section

sound logo in the brass section for the Music Trail‘s opening ceremony, composition by Stephan König, recording by the brass of the MDR Symphony Orchestra 

 
 
 
  • string quartet

sound logo for string quartet in the late-romantic style, see audio sample station 8, composition by Rainer Lautenbach, recording by Reinhold-Quartett 

 
 
 
  • orchestra

sound logo for orchestra in Tristan-harmony, see audio sample station 9, composition by Rainer Lautenbach, recording by Gewandhaus Orchestra Leipzig

 
 
 
  • a cappella

sound logo in a cappella in a Renaissance style, see audio sample station 17, composition by Olav Kröger, recording by amarcord 


Stations of the Leipzig Music Trail

Station 1

Neues Gewandhaus/New Gewandhaus
Audio sample / 0341.86099002
Music / 0341.86099003 Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827): Tripelkonzert, Steffen Schleiermacher (geb. 1960): Bann. Bewegung - mit Beethovens Erster

Station 2

Mendelssohn-Haus/Mendelssohn House
Audio sample / 0341.86099006
Music / 0341.86099007 Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy (1809-1847): Elias

Station 3

Grieg-Begegnungsstätte/Grieg Memorial Centre
Audio sample / 0341.86099010
Music / 0341.86099011 Edvard Grieg (1843-1907): Klavierkonzert a-moll

Station 4

Ehemalige Musikbibliothek Peters/Former Peters Music Library
Audio sample / 0341.86099014
Music / 0341.86099015 Max Reger (1873-1916): Variationen und Fuge über ein Thema von Mozart

Station 5

Grassi-Museum für Musikinstrumente/Museum of Musical Instruments
Audio sample / 0341.86099018
Music / 0341.86099019 Johann Schelle (1648-1701): Choralbearbeitung "Ach mein herzliebes Jesulein"

Station 6

Alter Johannisfriedhof/Old St. John Cemetery
Audio sample / 0341.86099022
Music / 0341.86099023 Robert Schumann (1810-1856): Fuge Nr.3 aus "Sechs Fugen über BACH"

Station 7

Schumann-Haus/Schumann House
Audio sample / 0341.86099026
Music / 0341.86099027 Robert Schumann (1810-1856): Widmung aus "Liederkreis Myrthen"

Station 8

Grafisches Viertel – Musikverlage/ Graphic Quarter - music publishers
Audio sample / 0341.86099030
Music / 0341.86099031 Johannes Brahms (1833-1897): Klavierkonzert Nr.1

Station 9

Wagner-Denkmal an Oper/Wagner Memorial   
Audio sample / 0341.86099034
Music / 0341.86099035 Richard Wagner (1813-1883): Tannhäuser-Ouvertüre

Station 10

Oper Leipzig/Leipzig Opera
Audio sample / 0341.86099038
Music / 0341.86099039 Gustav Mahler (1860-1911): Sinfonie Nr.1

Station 11

Alte Nikolaischule/Old St. Nicholas School   
Audio sample / 0341.86099042
Music / 0341.86099043 Richard Wagner (1813-1883): Klaviersonate B-Dur

Station 12

Nikolaikirche/St. Nicholas Church
Audio sample/ 0341.86099046
Music / 0341.86099047 Franz Liszt (1811-1886): Orgelbearbeitung Pilgerchor aus Wagners Tannhäuser

Station 13

Altes Rathaus/Old City Hall
Audio sample / 0341.86099050
Music / 0341.86099051 Johann Christoph Pezel (1639-1694): Intrade für Bläser

Station 14

Museum der bildenden Künste – Beethoven/Museum of Fine Arts – Beethoven
Audio sample / 0341.86099054
Music / 0341.86099055 Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827): Klavierkonzert Nr. 5

Station 15

Zum Arabischen Coffe Baum/The Arabian Coffee Tree
Audio sample / 0341.86099058
Music / 0341.86099059 Georg Philipp Telemann (1681-1767): Methodische Flötensonate Nr. 7

Station 16

Hôtel de Saxe
Audio sample / 0341.86099062
Music / 0341.86099063 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791): Lacrimosa aus "Requiem"

Station 17

Thomaskirche/St. Thomas Church
Audio sample / 0341.86099066
Music / 0341.86099067 Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750): Motette "Der Geist hilft unsrer Schwachheit auf"

Station 18

Bach-Museum/Bach Museum
Audio sample / 0341.86099070
Music / 0341.86099071 Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750): Notenbüchlein für Anna Magdalena Bach

Station 19

Standort Geburtshaus von Clara Wieck/
Site of Clara Wieck‘s Birth Place
Audio sample / 0341.86099074
Music / 0341.86099075 Clara Wieck (1819-1896): Mazurka aus "Soirees Musicales"

Station 20

Standort Altes Konservatorium/
Site of the Old Conservatoire
Audio sample / 0341.86099078
Music / 0341.86099079 Leoš Janáček (1854-1928): Zdenka-Variationen

Station 21

Standort Erstes Gewandhaus/Site of the First Gewandhaus
Audio sample/ 0341.86099082
Music / 0341.86099083 Robert Schumann (1810-1856): Sinfonie Nr. 1 – Frühlingssinfonie

Station 22

Paulinum – Aula und Universitätskirche St.Pauli/Auditorium and the University Church St. Pauli   
Audio sample/ 0341.86099086
Music / 0341.86099087 Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750): Trauerode

Station 23

MDR Würfel– Orchester und Chöre des MDR/MDR Cube – Orchestras and Choirs of the MDR
Audio sample / 0341.86099089
Music / 0341.86099091 Erwin Schulhoff (1894-1942): Streichquartett Nr. 1


Download of all samples

Music

Sound installation: City sounds

 
 
 
  • city sound 1st half 18th

City sound first half of the 18th century

 
 
 
  • musical excerpt 1st half 18th

Musical excerpt first half of the 18th century
Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750): sonata for violin and cembalo No. 4

 
 
 
  • city sound 2nd half 19th

City sound second half of the 19th century

 
 
 
  • musical excerpt 2nd half 19th

Musical excerpt second half of the 19th century
Edvard Grieg (1843-1907): sonata for violin and piano No. 1

 
 
 
  • city sound 1st half 21st

City sound first half of the 21st century

 
 
 
  • musical excerpt 1st half 21st

Musical excerpt first half of the 21st century
Bernd Franke (geb. 1959): Open Doors – for bandoneon and orchestra

Many thanks

the provision of free recordings of the Gewandhaus Orchestra:
Association of members of the Gewandhaus Orchestra Leipzig GbR (musical excerpts at stations 1, 2, 4, 14, 21)

the provision of free recordings of the Thomanerchor (St Thomas Boys Choir):
Rondeau Production GmbH (musical excerpts at stations 16, 17, 22) 

the recording of the audio samples and musical excerpts: Buchfunk
musicians, speakers, authors, translators, arrangers, consultants and producers (in german language) 


Site notice:

Concept and contentual responsibility: Notenspur Leipzig e.V.
Acontracting entity: City of Leipzig
Conception of the musical experience guidance system:  studio klv Berlin
Compilation of scripts and production of audio samples:  Buchfunk Verlag Leipzig
Faciliated by funds of the Free State of Saxony.