Sofia Gubaidulina has earned her place among the great living composers. Her singular sound is characterized by a love of unusual sonorities and a deep-seated belief in the mystical properties of music. Quietly encouraged by Shostakovich to boldly pursue what the Soviet establishment perceived as the “wrong course” musically, she fled to Germany, where she cultivated her passion for the avant-garde.
String Trio for violin, viola, and cello (1989)
Sotto Voce for violin, contrabass and two guitars (2010/2013)
Quasi Hoquetus for bassoon, viola and piano (1984)
Hoquetus Meditation on the Bach Chorale “Vor deinen Thron tret ich hiermit” for string quintet and harpsichord (1993)