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4. Grauer Nebel
As we know, certain sensations and moods arise in the brain when we look at different colours and hear sounds.
Goethe also wrote about the different effects of certain colours in his Theory of Colours.
Cold colours, such as blue, have a calming effect, while warm colours like red, yellow and orange have a stimulating effect.
There are colours that make a room appear larger and colours that have an oppressive effect.
In my compositions, the individual pieces are based on the interplay of colour and nature. This puts the player in an emotional state which he can live out and reproduce in the interpretation.
With the help of his instrument and the respective composition, the pianist should "paint" his own sound picture and express the mood of the colours.
With the colour "sky blue", he can imagine a bright summer day he has experienced himself, with "yellow fields" a stubble field in autumn and with "white forests" a cold winter day on a frozen lake in a snow-covered forest.
Since each person has his or her own emotions, an individual sound picture emerges at the end as an expression of an independent interpretation of the mood created by the composition.