Sound-Telescope for Oboe solo - Martin Hybler
Besides classic contemporary compositions, Martin Hybler also devotes himself to scenic music and arrangments of compositions of old masters as well as popular music and jazz.
As a performer, he stands out as a nimble piano accompanist and improvisor. He is also conductor of crossover projects that connect the world of a classic symphonic orchestra with popular and jazz music.
In Martin Hybler’s oeuvre, the compositions for wind instruments are essential. Let us name at least a virtuoso composition for a solo bassoon Curatio Hypochondrii, a Bassoon Concerto Outsider Bohemian or Concerto for Oboe and Orchestra – Oh love, you are so fleeting.
The composition Sound-Telescope for Oboe solo is a work that - alongside with a classic standard performance - searches for new sound possibilities of the oboe (a graphic score at the end of the composition) and includes a scenic action as well. The oboe represents a kind of a “sound telescope“ through which a player explores the world around him and imaginatively steps beyond the walls of the concert hall with his sound and discovers the sounds in the space-time of the landscape and the infinity of the universe.
Other compositions by Martin Hybler published in Czech Radio:
Curatio hypochondrii for Bassoon Solo
From a diary of a voyage across the Sargasso Sea
La musica della luna - score
La musica della luna - piano score
Outsider Bohemian, Story for bassoon and chamber orchestra, op. 29- score
Outsider Bohemian, Story for bassoon and chamber orchestra, op. 29 - piano score
You don´t say
Wallenstein Dance Suite