Spuren in der Kälte: Review

“Spuren in der Kälte Georg Hajdu’s “Spuren in der Kälte” led, with much contrast, into the world of snow. Accordion, six plucked instruments and electronic sounds under the direction of René Gulikers produced clanking dissonances. Boots stomped through the cold, time and again icy images surfaced in front of the inner eye. Meaningful sigh motives prevailed throughout the piece which seemed to be searching for something mysterious. Bach’s “Siciliano” and Debussy’s “Des Pas sur la neige” were also mixed into the surreal sound world. (Münstersche Zeitung, July 3, 2000)