Ensemble Repertoire

Gilbert Amy (*1936)
Récitatif, air et variation (1970) for 12 voices

Antoine Brumel (*1460-†1512?)
Missa et ecce terrae motus, for 12 voices

Jean-Yves Daniel-Lesur (*1908-2002)
Le Cantique des Cantiques (1952) for 12 soloists

Hugue Dufourt (*1943)
La Mort de Procris (1985) for 12 voices

Thierry Escaich (*1965)
Ad ultimas laudes (1993) for 12 voices
Les Lamentations (du prophète Jérémie) (1998) for 4 soloists

Brian Ferneyhough (*1943)
Missa Brevis (1969), for 12 voices
Time and Motion Study III (1974), for 16 voices and electronics

Nana Forte (*1981)
Quoniam Ibit Homo (2010) for 11 soloists

Vinko Globokar (*1938)
Airs de Voyages á l’Interieur (1972) for 8 solo voices, electronics, clarinet and trombone
Réalites / Augenblicke (1982/1986) for 5 voices, tape, slide projector and video
Jenseits der Sicherheit (1981) for solo voice

Gérard Grisey (*1946 -†1998)
Les Chants de l’Amour (1982-84) for 12 voices and tape

Cristóbal Halffter (*1930)
Jarchas de dolor de ausencia (1979) for 12 voices

Jackson Hill (*1941)
Ma Fin est mon Commencement (2009) for 4 soloists

Heinz Holliger (*1939)
Dona nobis pacem (1968/1969), for 12 soloists

Justė Janulytė (*1982)
Aquarelle (2007) for 16 soloists
Ihr Schatten schneller Zeit (2014) for 16 soloists

André Jolivet (*1905-†1974)
Epithalamé (1953) for 12 voices

Timo Kreuser (*1978)
Hymnen (2016) for 4 performers, tape and video

Kreuser / Cailleau
Arbeitsstudie 1 (potential)* (2015) for 6 voices, tape, and video

Michaël Lévinas (*1949)
Les Réciproques (1986) for 12 soloists

György Ligeti (*1923-†2006)
Lux Aeterna (1966) for 16 voices

Ivo Malec (*1925)
Dodécaméron (1970) for 12 voices

Olivier Messiaen (*1908–†1992)
Cinq Réchants (1948) for 12 soloists

Olga Neuwirth (*1968)
Nova Mob (1998) for 6 voices and tape

Luigi Nono (*1924–†1990)
La fabbrica illuminata (1964) for solo voice and tape
Quando Stanno Morendo (1982) for 4 female voices, bass flute, cello, and live electronics

Helmut Oehring (*1961)
Der Vogel, weiß (2017) for voice and bass clarinet

Francis Poulenc (*1899–†1963)
Figure Humaine (1943) for 12 voices

Dariusz Przybylski (*1984)
Miserere (2008) for 12 voices
…Et Desiderabunt Mori… (2008) for 12 voices
Brise Marine** (2012) for 12 voices
PASSIO* (2013) for 12 voices

Branimir Sakač (*1918–†1979)
Umbrana (1973) for 12 solo voices

Giacinto Scelsi (*1905–†1988)
Sauh I, II, III et IV (1973) for 4 female voices

Dieter Schnebel (*1930)
Für Stimmen (…missa est) Teil I: dt 31,6 (1958) for 12 voices

Karlheinz Stockhausen (*1928 –†2007)
Mikrophonie I (1964) for tamtam, 2 microphones, 2 filters, and controllers
Mikrophonie II (1965) for 12 voices, Hammond organ, 4 ring modulators and tape

Jakob Ullmann (*1958)
Ὅροϛ μετέωροϛ “Horos Meteoros” (2008/9) for solo soprano, 8 voices, oboe, 3 aulos pairs, percussion and string quartet

Claude Vivier (*1948-†1983)
Crois-tu en l’immortalité de l’ȃme (1983) for 12 voices, 3 synthesizers, and percussion

Ruth Wiesenfeld (*1972)
Dorénavant** (2014) for 7 voices
Imanijala** (2013) for 12 soloists
Schatten* (2014) for 16 voices

Nicolai Worsaæ (*1980)
Quarantaine* (2014) for 12 soloists, double bass, and tape

Iannis Xenakis (*1922-†2001)
Nuits (1999) pour 12 voix mixtes

*    commissioned by PHØNIX16
**  dedicated to PHØNIX16
+   premiered by PHØNIX16