Shades Of Love

Korean Drama Sountracks

Musik from:
Goblin · Six Flying Dragons · Mr. Sunshine
Descendants of the Sun · Reply 1988
The Legend of the Blue Sea · White Tower
I’m Sorry, I Love You · Brain
Moon Embracing the Sun · Crash Landing on You

Daniel Hope · Philipp Jundt · Albrecht Mayer
Richard Yongjae O’Neill · Sebastian Knauer
Lady Jeanne Galway · Zürcher Kammerorchester
Sir James Galway · David Philip Hefti, Leitung

Deutsche Grammophon

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(July 2021)

Light and Shade

An durchsichtigen Fäden (2018) – for mezzo soprano and string quartet
Concubia nocte (2018) – music for the second nocturnal vigil (string quartet no. 5)
Danse interstellaire (2014) – mourning music for basset clarinet and string quartet

Amaryllis Quartett
Maria Riccarda Wesseling, mezzo soprano
Bernhard Röthlisberger, basset clarinet


(March 2021)

Early Works Vol. 1

Diarium (1999) – for violin solo
O, star! (2003) – mosaic for clarinet solo
Melencolia I (2004) – for flute, percussion and piano
SATOR (2002) – concerto for clarinet and orchestraPhilippe Racine, flute (+alto flute)
Oliver Schnyder, piano
Stefan Tönz, violin
Valentin Wandeler, clarinet/bassethorn
Matthias Würsch, percussion
Zurich Chamber Ensemble
Members of the Collegium Novum Zurich
David Philip Hefti, conductorProspero Classical

David Philip Hefti

Early Works Vol. 2

TENET (2003) – 4 songs for soprano and ensemble to poems by Else Lasker-Schüler
Schattenklang (2006) – adagio for piano
Mondschatten (2006) – for violin and marimba
O, star! II (2004) – mosaic for saxophone solo
Miroirs (1998) – for violin and piano

Sylvia Nopper, soprano
Zürcher Kammerensemble
David Philip Hefti, conductor
Oliver Schnyder, piano
Rahel Cunz, violin
Jacqueline Ott, marimba
Lars Mlekusch, saxophone
Stefan Tönz, violin

Prospero Classical

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(March 2020)

David Philip Hefti

Earky Works Vol. 3

Schattenspie(ge)l (2006) – trio for violin, violoncello and piano
Ritus (2007) – 4 dance collages for violoncello solo
Rosenblätter (2007) – song cycle for medium voice and pianoPrimož Novšak, violin
Thomas Grossenbacher, violoncello
Keiko Tamura, piano
Judith Schmid mezzo-soprano

swiss clarinet music

Walter – Schoeck –  Darbellay – Hefti
Röthlisberger, clarinet
Kohler, clarinet
Molinari, contrabass clarinet
Engeli, piano

Musiques Suisses/NAXOS

(December 2020)

The Snow Queen

The Snow Queen (2018) – a story in music for soprano, 2 speakers and orchestra

Mojca Erdmann, Soprano
Delia Mayer, Narrator
Max Simonischek, Narrator
Tonhalle-Orchester Zürich
David Philip Hefti, Conductor
NEOS 12028

(November 2020)

D.P. Hefti

Magma; Lichter Hall; Beethoven-Resonanzen; Hamlet-Fragment; Klangscherben; Interaktionen; Adagietto.
David Philip Hefti, conductor
Musiques Suisses

(May 2015)


Éclairs – Klangmomente für Ensemble (2013)  (Ensemble Modern)
Moments lucides – Resonanzen für Orchester (2012)  (ORF Radio-Symphonieorchester Wien)
Changements – Stimmungsbilder für Orchester (2011) (Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin)
Gegenklang – Konzert für Violoncello und Orchester (2010) (Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin, Thomas Grossenbacher – Violoncello)
Klangbogen – Musik für Orchester (2009) (Deutsche Radio Philharmonie Saarbrücken Kaiserslautern)
All works under the baton of David Philip Hefti
Ernst von Siemens Musikstiftung/col legno (June 2013)

String Quartet

David Philip Hefti: Ph(r)asen. (2007)
David Philip Hefti: Guggisberg-Variationen (2008)
David Philip Hefti: Mobile (2011)
David Philip Hefti: con fuoco (2011)
Leipziger Streichquartett
MDG Gold (November 2012)

„The music of David Philip Hefti, born in 1975, still only makes it to Britain on disc. Like an earlier collection, this anthology of his four string quartets, all of them composed since 2007, shows that we are missing out on the music of an accomplished and distinctive Swiss composer. Hefti’s second quartet, Guggisberg Variations – based upon a Swiss folk song – appeared on that Neos disc, too, where it was played by the Amer Quartet. Here, however, the Leipzig Quartet place it in a more revealing context. Like Wolfgang Rihm, with whom he studied, Hefti seems to move quite unselfconsciously between musical styles. But it’s the spare, concentrated music of Mobile – the third and most substantial of the quartets, the six movements of which were originally written to be interleaved between the seven sections of Brahms’s German Requiem – that’s most impressive. The fourth quartet, Con Fuoco, builds upon material from all three earlier works.“ The Guardian, 14. Februar 2013

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