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Jean-Claude Schlaepfer (*1961)

Biography

Jean-Claude Schlaepfer

Born in Geneva (Switzerland) in 1961, Jean-Claude Schlaepfer studied piano for many years, notably with M. Risler. At the Geneva Conservatory he studied a program of theory courses and achieved a diploma in Musical Culture, the Prize of the Geneva State Council and the composition prize (in the class of Pierre Wissmer and Jean Balissat). Afterwards he did further study with Betsy Jolas, composer and professor at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Paris. In 1988 he was the winner of the competition organized by the Swiss Musician’s Association.

Along with his activities as a composer, he teaches harmony and analysis at the Conservatoire supérieur de Musique and at the Conservatoire populaire de Musique of Geneva.

Audio

Visibili et Invisibili
for men and children choir a capella

Visibili et Invisibili

Trio “à Karin”
for piano, violin and cello

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Motets
for soprano voice, viola da gamba and harp

Motets

Missa Brevis
for soprano and string quartet

I. Kyrie Eleison
II. Gloria
III. Sanctus
IV. Agnus Dei

Instances III 7 pièces
for marimba solo

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II.
III.
IV.

Exil
for symphony orchestra

Exil

Chant de lune
for chamber ensemble

Chant De Lune

Ascensus
for trumpet and low strings

Ascensus

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