Emden, Niedersachsen, Germany (1938 – present)
Hans-Joachim Hespos (born 1938) is a German composer of avant-garde music.
Since für Cello solo (written 1964), he has composed in all genres, including many pieces for unaccompanied solo instruments and theatre works. He has always remained outside of the mainstream and has never been associated with any of the many movements in postwar European music, though he did attend summer courses at Darmstadt in the 1980s. Today, Hespos is still relatively unknown in the United States.
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|3||Leija (1992) for Harp Solo||
|4||Kitara (1971) for Spanish Guitar Solo||
|5||Duma (1980) for Alto Flute Solo||
|6||Splash (1969) for Double Bass & Percussion||
|9||Harry's Musike (1979), for Bass Clarinet||
|10||Das Triadische Ballett (1976) 10th Dance - Dancer turkish with drumsticks & Sphere Skirt & Dancer turkish with cymbals||
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