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-->Suite für Violoncello und Streichorchester (2004)

Pi-Chin Chien, Violoncello

Zürcher Kammerorchester

Ruben Gazarian, Dirigent

-->Labyrinth (2005)

Zürcher Kammerorchester

Ruben Gazarian, Dirigent

-->«Lied des Einsamen» für Saxophon und Streichorchester (2005)

Zürcher Kammerorchester

Ruben Gazarian, Dirigent

Harry Kinross White, Saxophon

-->Konzert für Klavier und Streichorchester (2005)

Ruben Gazarian, Dirigent

Zürcher Kammerorchester

Adrian Oetiker, Klavier

Records International: „Müller´s splendid piano concerto does all the things you want a big-boned, emotionally charged Romantic virtuoso concerto to do, but in contemporary terms. The work is tonal, especially the first movement, and abounds in broad, Rachmaninovian melodies and sumptuous harmony. The first movement is propulsively urgent; the second, very rhythmically flexible, dissonant enough to avoid any hint of reactionary conventionality, but warmly melodic and harmonically rich nonetheless. The finale is a whirlwind scherzo with a distinct hint of Prokofiev. Labyrinth is based on the metamorphosis of motivic material, a metaphorical life-cycle beginning in astringent harmonies, then broadening into the full bloom of life, urgent and dramatic, then dying away. The Suite is a conventionally structured five-movement work, lively and idiomatically virtuosic, from a former-cellist composer. Here and in Labyrinth gestures and harmonic turns, and a certain obsessive continuity of line, strongly recall Shostakovich. This eloquent lyrical linearity is also very evident in the Lied. Accompanied by the orchestra´s background of tonal material veiled in a glowing aura of clustered dissonance the solo saxophone intones a continuous line of somber melody, concentrated and intense, periodically interrupted by more active passages which rapidly subside once more into songful, serious contemplation.“

P 2006 // -->Musiques Suisses // MGB CD 6249