updated 26 April 2010

Wolfgang Mitterer

Austrian composer and organist born in 1958 in Lienz (East Tyrol).

Wolfgang Mitterer grew up performing sacred music at church, as well as the traditional band music of his native Tyrol. He moved to Graz in 1977 to study the organ. The following year, he attended the Vienna University of Music and Performing Arts, studying organ with Herbert Tachezi and composition with Heinrich Gattermeyer. In 1983, he studied electroacoustic music at the Stockholm EMS (Institute for Electroacoustic Music). With a grant from the Austrian Ministry of Education, he spent a year in Rome in 1988.

Demonstrating a truly experimental approach to composition, Mitterer’s works tack between styles, from baroque counterpoint to jazz/fusion, also often using sampling and techniques derived from musique concrète. He regularly collaborates with jazz, pop/rock, new wave and noise groups and performers, including Hirn mit Ei, Call Boys Inc., Pat Brothers, Dirty Tones, Matador, Linda Sharrock, Gunter Schneider, Wolfgang Reisinger, Klaus Dickbauer, Hozan Yamamoto, Tscho Theissing and Tom Cora, among others.

His music is characterized by the unexpected, the collision of different styles and materials. He explores paradoxes and oxymorons, often combining a given element with its antithesis, e.g., pitch and white noise, or weaving together contrasting instrumental, vocal and electronic sounds, e.g., a sawmill with a church organ, or thousands of choir voices with village folk ensembles. The desire to explore novel, unexpected combinations often gives rise to extremely original performance situations, as in Turmbau zu Babel (1993), for 4200 choristers, 22 percussion instruments, more than 40 brass instruments and fixed media, or Vertical silence (2000) for four DJs, four actors, fixed media, fire engines, motorbikes, brass band, children’s choir, opera singers, two front-end loaders, a truck, a jogger with dogs, chainsaw, hunters, etc. In such works, improvisation is combined with notated material. Mitterer strongly advocates for the role of the musician/performer, a rejection of the 19th century notion of the instrumentalist as a mere interpreter, while at the same time rejecting free improvisation and the “sterile virtuosity” to which it often gives rise. He performs widely as an organist and computer music designer, as both a soloist and ensemble member, in festivals and venues such as Wiener Festwochen, Steirischen Herbst, Wien Modern, Wiener Konzerthaus, Tiroler Festspielen Erl and Klangspuren Schwaz, as well as on Austrian (ORF), German (WDR) and Swiss (SRG) National Radios.

His catalogue comprises more than 200 works, notable among which are Amusie (1993) for six musicians, loud-speakers and “broken” church organ; Crushrooms (2005), a scenic work for three actors, three singers, female choir, chamber ensemble and electronics; String Quartet 1.3. (2004); Brachialsinfonie (2005), commissioned by Klangforum Wien; Und Träumte seltsam for soprano, small choir, chamber ensemble and fixed media; Ka und der Pavian for choir, 13 musicians and electronics; Networds 1-5 (1998) for 11 performers and fixed media; and Fisis (1995) for orchestra.

Coloured noise (2005), a work for chamber ensemble and electronics with a duration of more than one hour, is a manifesto of a new, brutalist musical amalgam between sound and noise. It was awarded the Erste Bank Composition Prize in 2005 and the Pasticcio Prize from Austrian Radio (ORF) the following year.

More recent and/or widely performed works include the opera Massacre (2003), performed several times in 2008, 2009 and 2010 and toured in Madrid, Porto and several cities in France; the sound installation Zeit vergeht (2004); Go next (2008), premiered at Maerzmusik in Berlin by Remix Ensemble; Nosferatu (2000) for organ and electronics; and the children’s opera Das tapfere Schneiderlein, premiered in Utrecht in 2006. In 2008, a collaboration with pop singer Birgit Minichmayr gave rise to Sopop (2008).

Starting with Inwendig losgelöst (2006) for baroque orchestra, chamber ensemble and electronics, Mitterer has been interested in re-exploring traditional repertoire through the medium of electronics. After “revisiting” Franz Schubert’s “Dein! Dein ist mein Hertz” in Im Sturm (2007), and the music of Anton Bruckner in Music for checking e-mails (2010), he composed Nine in one (2018), a noise-driven, vertiginous remix of all nine symphonies by Ludwig van Beethoven. In contrast to Pierre Henry’s (1927-2017) Symphony No. 10, which is more a musical collage, Mitterer’s approach is deconstructivist, dismantling the material.

Wolgang Mitterer has received numerous prizes for his work as a performer and composer, including the SchallplattenKritik (“Best Jazz Recording”) in Germany, the Ars Electronica, Max Brand, Futura Berlin and Emil Berlanda Prizes, as well as the City of Vienna Music prize.


© Ircam-Centre Pompidou, 2019

Sources

Site Internet du compositeur, biographie de Rainer Lepuschitz publiée à l’occasion de la création de Sunrise (2004) ; Festival Musica, 2008.

  • Solo music (except voice)
    • Die Zeit spielt keine Rolle for solo organ (1980), 9 mn 40 s, édition du compositeur
    • Stück nr. 2 for organ (1982), 6 mn 6 s, Inédit
    • Orgelmusik five pieces for organ (1983), 42 mn, Inédit
    • elec Fractals 3 for bass clarinet and tape (1984), 11 mn 40 s
    • elec Ive 1 for organ and tape (1985), 16 mn 12 s
    • elec Ostinato for saxophone and electronics (1985), 1 mn 29 s, Inédit
    • elec Fractals 9 for percussion and live electronics (1987), 11 mn 30 s
    • Krummhorn for organ (1988), 4 mn 20 s, Inédit
    • Schlagstück for organ (1988), 3 mn 40 s, Inédit
    • Solo for percussion (1988), 3 mn 40 s, Inédit
    • elec Composto for cello and live electronics (1989), 9 mn
    • Grand jeu for organ (1989), 54 mn, Inédit
    • elec Oitasitros for organ and electronics (1989), 12 mn 37 s
    • elec Trio 1 for percussion and electronics, collaboration with Wolfgang Reisinger (1990), 14 mn
    • elec Charivari for oboe and live electronics (1991), 6 mn 30 s
    • Larifari for oboe (1991), 4 mn, Inédit
    • elec Reisinger/Mitterer Kollektiv for percussion and electronics, collaboration with Wolfgang Reisinger (1991), 50 mn, Inédit
    • elec Reluctant Games for prepared piano and electronics (1986-1991), 54 mn
    • elec X 2 for percussion and electronics (1994), 55 mn, Inédit
    • elec Mixture V for organ and live electronics (1995), 30 mn
    • Oboe for organ (1995), 2 mn 15 s, Inédit
    • elec Homage a bonbonidodonidonido for organ and electronics (1996), 4 mn
    • elec Lied for organ and electronics (1996), 5 mn 12 s
    • Vox acuta for organ (1997), 10 mn, édition du compositeur
    • Uluru 1 for solo piano (1998), 14 mn
    • elec Uluru 2 for prepared piano, live electronics and eight-track tape (1998), 11 mn 15 s
    • elec Nosferatu music for Murnau's film, for organ and electronics (2000), édition du compositeur
    • www.bwv.org for organ alone (2000), 25 mn 3 s, édition du compositeur
    • elec Facile for zither and tape (2002), 4 mn 20 s, Inédit
    • Piber for organ (2003), 50 mn, édition du compositeur
    • elec Zeit vergeht for eight-track tape and organ (2004), 55 mn, édition du compositeur
    • Tränenblind for organ (2006), édition du compositeur
  • Chamber music
    • Holladijodldijo for alto saxophone and organ (1984), 6 mn 10 s
    • elec Obsoderso for organ, alto saxophone and tape (1984), 22 mn 55 s
    • elec Ive for alto saxophone, organ and tape (1985), 15 mn 3 s
    • elec Fractals 11 for guitar, positive organ and live electronics, written with Günter Schneider (1986), 5 mn 20 s
    • elec Fractals 5 for brass quintet and electronics (1986), 11 mn 5 s
    • Pat Brothers for saxophone, cello, keyboard and percussion, collaboration with Wolfgang Puschnig, Linda Sharrock, Wolfgang Reisinger (1986), 53 mn, Inédit
    • Sonori for trombone and organ (1986), 8 mn, Inédit
    • Für Violoncello und Klavier for cello and piano (1987), 5 mn, Inédit
    • elec Hirn mit Ei for cello, keyboard and percussion, collaboration with Klaus Karlbauer, Zigo Mutschlechner (1987), 16 mn 30 s, Inédit
    • elec Call Boys Inc. I for saxophone, guitar, percussion and live electronics, composed with Günther Selichar, Klaus Dickbauer, Gunter Schneider (1988), 56 mn 30 s
    • Senza cauda for two variable performers (1988), 15 mn 40 s, Inédit
    • Histrio for cello and organ (1989), 3 mn 50 s
    • elec Sortisatio for organ, cello and tape (1989), 15 mn 40 s
    • Zugabe for organ and cello (1989), 5 mn 20 s, Inédit
    • elec Call Boys Inc. II for saxophone, guitar, percussion and live electronics, composed with Günther Selichar, Klaus Dickbauer, Gunter Schneider (1990)
    • Cantus fractus for six instrumentalists (1990), 10 mn, Inédit
    • Burleska for oboe and organ (1991), 10 mn, Inédit
    • Danza saltata for oboe and prepared piano (1991), 8 mn, Inédit
    • Farce for oboe, banjo and violin (1992), 4 mn, Inédit
    • Idee fixe for oboe, clarinet, violin and cello (1992), 7 mn, Inédit
    • Idefix for six instrumentalists (1992), 7 mn, Inédit
    • elec Amusie for six instruments and electronics (1993), 50 mn
    • Call Boys Inc. III for saxophone, guitar, prepared piano and percussion, collaboration with Günther Selichar, Klaus Dickbauer, Gunter Schneider (1993), 50 mn, Inédit
    • elec Tastatura for small organ, prepared piano and electronics (1993), 14 mn 23 s, Inédit
    • elec Trio for trumpet, percussion and live electronics (1993)
    • elec Dirty Tones for clarinet, violin, cello and electronics (1994), 22 mn
    • The Four Seasons for shakuhachi and organ, collaboration with Hozan Yamamoto (1995), Inédit
    • Two days till tomorrow for cello and prepared piano, collaboration with Tom Cora (1996), Inédit
    • elec Selbstähnlich for positive organ, prepared piano and electronics (1997), 10 mn 8 s, Inédit
    • String quartet 1.3 for string quartet (2004), 60 mn
  • Ensemble music
    • Fractals 13 for thirteen instrumentalists (1983), 12 mn, Inédit
    • elec Angelos for wind instruments, electric guitar, organ and tape (1985), 52 mn
    • Taktspende for nine performers (1993), 9 mn
    • elec Matador 1 for wind, percussion and live electronics, collaboration with Klaus Dickbauer, Yves Robert and Wolfgang Reisinger (1994)
    • elec With Usura for fifteen "house" instruments and four tape recorders (1994), 15 mn, Inédit
    • elec Networds 1-5 for ensemble and band (1998), 22 mn
    • elec Espirando for tape, two harpsichords, two guitars and four banjos (2002), 33 mn
    • elec Sunrise music for the Murnau film, for orchestra and electronics (2004), édition du compositeur
    • elec Coloured noise Brachialsinfonie, for twenty-three musicians and electronics (2005), 1 h 10 mn, édition du compositeur
    • elec Inwendig losgelöst for baroque orchestra, ensemble and electronics (2006), 25 mn
    • elec Go next for ensemble and electronics (2007-2008), 19 mn, édition du compositeur
    • elec Little Smile for ensemble and live electronics (2011), 20 mn 15 s
  • Concert music
  • Vocal music and instrument(s)
    • B for voice and ensemble (1985), 8 mn, Inédit
    • elec Signal for voice, percussion and electronics (1989), 3 mn 46 s
    • elec Broken Consort for voice, four instruments and electronics (1990), 52 mn
    • elec Turmbau zu Babel for 4,200 singers, percussion and brass orchestra and eight-track band (1993), 55 mn
    • elec Off Limits for electric guitar, vocals, two drums, electric bass, electronics and tape (1994), 55 mn, Inédit
    • elec stage Waldmusik for dialect reciter, soprano, fifteen cutting boards, three carpenters and eight-track tape (1994), 50 mn, Inédit
    • elec Ausgebrannt for mezzo-soprano, choir, ensemble and tape (1996)
    • elec stage Ka und der Pavian for three solo voices, choir, ensemble and tape sixteen tracks (1997), 1 h 15 mn, édition du compositeur
    • elec Silbersandmusik for vocal ensemble, children's choir, five brass bands, wind quintet and multi-track band (1999), 55 mn, édition du compositeur
    • elec stage Vertical silence for four D.J., four actors, firefighters, motorcycles, marching band, children's choir, opera singers, two excavators, truck, jogger with dogs, chainsaw, hunters, etc. and tape (2000), 1 h 3 mn, édition du compositeur
    • elec stage White foam for fourteen instrumentalists, mezzo-soprano, narrator, sixteen-track band and actor (2000), 1 h 13 mn, édition du compositeur
    • elec stage Massacre opera, for five singers, dancer, ensemble, multimedia and real-time electronics (2003), 1 h 23 mn
    • elec stage Crushrooms musical theater, for three singers, three narrators, women's choir, eleven instruments and electronics (2005), 1 h 35 mn, édition du compositeur
    • elec stage Das tapfere Schneiderlein small opera for children, for four singers, actor, bass and electronics (2006), édition du compositeur
    • Mit einem lachenden Auge for for seven singers, ten stringed instruments and four trombones in five groups (2007), 10 mn, édition du compositeur
    • elec Kleines Requiem for soprano, organ and electronics (2008), édition du compositeur
    • elec Labyrinth 6-11 for solo voice, choirs and ensemble (2009), édition du compositeur
  • A cappella vocal music
    • elec Nichts for soprano and two tape recorders (1994), 12 mn
  • Electronic music / on medium / mechanical instruments
  • Effectif non spécifié
    • Astrologia Mundi collaboration with Gunter Schneider, Klaus Dickbauer, Günther Selichar (1986), 40 mn
    • Carbon copy collaboration with Erdem Tunakan (2001)
    • elec Badminton collaboration with Josef Klammer (2007)
    • elec Running boxes collaboration with Monolake (2007)
    • Some like it soft collaboration with the Low frequency orchestra (2007)
    • Box blocks collaboration with Louis Sclavis and Herbert Pirker (2008)
  • 2011
    • elec Little Smile for ensemble and live electronics, 20 mn 15 s
  • 2009
  • 2008
    • Box blocks collaboration with Louis Sclavis and Herbert Pirker
    • elec Go next for ensemble and electronics, 19 mn, édition du compositeur
    • elec Kleines Requiem for soprano, organ and electronics, édition du compositeur
    • Nacht der Wünsche radio play, 33 mn
    • elec Sopop collaboration with Birgit Minichmayr, 58 mn, édition du compositeur
  • 2007
  • 2006
    • elec stage Das tapfere Schneiderlein small opera for children, for four singers, actor, bass and electronics, édition du compositeur
    • elec Inwendig losgelöst for baroque orchestra, ensemble and electronics, 25 mn
    • elec Labyrinth 4 for eight-channel tape and electronics, édition du compositeur
    • Tränenblind for organ, édition du compositeur
  • 2005
    • elec Coloured noise Brachialsinfonie, for twenty-three musicians and electronics, 1 h 10 mn, édition du compositeur
    • elec stage Crushrooms musical theater, for three singers, three narrators, women's choir, eleven instruments and electronics, 1 h 35 mn, édition du compositeur
  • 2004
    • String quartet 1.3 for string quartet, 60 mn
    • elec Sunrise music for the Murnau film, for orchestra and electronics, édition du compositeur
    • elec Zeit vergeht for eight-track tape and organ, 55 mn, édition du compositeur
  • 2003
    • elec stage Massacre opera, for five singers, dancer, ensemble, multimedia and real-time electronics, 1 h 23 mn
    • Piber for organ, 50 mn, édition du compositeur
  • 2002
    • elec Espirando for tape, two harpsichords, two guitars and four banjos, 33 mn
    • elec Facile for zither and tape, 4 mn 20 s, Inédit
    • elec Kadout for ten-channel live electronics, 11 mn
  • 2001
  • 2000
    • elec Nosferatu music for Murnau's film, for organ and electronics, édition du compositeur
    • elec stage Vertical silence for four D.J., four actors, firefighters, motorcycles, marching band, children's choir, opera singers, two excavators, truck, jogger with dogs, chainsaw, hunters, etc. and tape, 1 h 3 mn, édition du compositeur
    • elec stage White foam for fourteen instrumentalists, mezzo-soprano, narrator, sixteen-track band and actor, 1 h 13 mn, édition du compositeur
    • www.bwv.org for organ alone, 25 mn 3 s, édition du compositeur
  • 1999
    • Schrödingers Katze radio play, 19 mn
    • elec Silbersandmusik for vocal ensemble, children's choir, five brass bands, wind quintet and multi-track band, 55 mn, édition du compositeur
  • 1998
  • 1997
    • elec Chargaff music for the documentary film by Ebba Sinzinger, 20 mn
    • elec stage Ka und der Pavian for three solo voices, choir, ensemble and tape sixteen tracks, 1 h 15 mn, édition du compositeur
    • elec Selbstähnlich for positive organ, prepared piano and electronics, 10 mn 8 s, Inédit
    • Vox acuta for organ, 10 mn, édition du compositeur
  • 1996
  • 1995
    • elec Brain Hörspiel, radio play, 26 mn 35 s
    • Fisis for orchestra, five soloists and two conductors, 32 mn, Inédit
    • elec Mimemata for tape, 20 mn
    • elec Mir wird schlecht for tape, 20 s, Inédit
    • elec Mixture V for organ and live electronics, 30 mn
    • Oboe for organ, 2 mn 15 s, Inédit
    • elec stage Siebzehn und Vier music for the piece of the same name, 12 mn, Inédit
    • The Four Seasons for shakuhachi and organ, collaboration with Hozan Yamamoto, Inédit
  • 1994
    • elec Der Irre theater music, for electronics, 35 mn
    • elec Dirty Tones for clarinet, violin, cello and electronics, 22 mn
    • elec Krok radio play
    • elec Matador 1 for wind, percussion and live electronics, collaboration with Klaus Dickbauer, Yves Robert and Wolfgang Reisinger
    • elec Nichts for soprano and two tape recorders, 12 mn
    • elec Off Limits for electric guitar, vocals, two drums, electric bass, electronics and tape, 55 mn, Inédit
    • elec stage Waldmusik for dialect reciter, soprano, fifteen cutting boards, three carpenters and eight-track tape, 50 mn, Inédit
    • elec With Usura for fifteen "house" instruments and four tape recorders, 15 mn, Inédit
    • elec X 2 for percussion and electronics, 55 mn, Inédit
  • 1993
    • elec Amusie for six instruments and electronics, 50 mn
    • Call Boys Inc. III for saxophone, guitar, prepared piano and percussion, collaboration with Günther Selichar, Klaus Dickbauer, Gunter Schneider, 50 mn, Inédit
    • elec Falter music for an animated film by Hubert Sielecki, 30 mn
    • elec Gitarre for tape, 2 mn 32 s
    • elec stage Lauter Termin for tape, 1 mn 38 s
    • elec Löffel for tape, 1 mn 57 s
    • elec Respektive for tape, 3 mn 15 s
    • Taktspende for nine performers, 9 mn
    • elec Tastatura for small organ, prepared piano and electronics, 14 mn 23 s, Inédit
    • elec Tier for tape, 5 mn 12 s
    • elec Trio for trumpet, percussion and live electronics
    • elec Turmbau zu Babel for 4,200 singers, percussion and brass orchestra and eight-track band, 55 mn
    • elec Violettes gras for tape, 53 mn
  • 1992
  • 1991
  • 1990
    • elec Broken Consort for voice, four instruments and electronics, 52 mn
    • elec Call Boys Inc. II for saxophone, guitar, percussion and live electronics, composed with Günther Selichar, Klaus Dickbauer, Gunter Schneider
    • Cantus fractus for six instrumentalists, 10 mn, Inédit
    • elec stage Lenz music for the theater, 35 mn, Inédit
    • elec Trio 1 for percussion and electronics, collaboration with Wolfgang Reisinger, 14 mn
  • 1989
    • elec Composto for cello and live electronics, 9 mn
    • elec Funeral March for electronics, 2 mn 45 s, Inédit
    • Grand jeu for organ, 54 mn, Inédit
    • Histrio for cello and organ, 3 mn 50 s
    • elec Oitasitros for organ and electronics, 12 mn 37 s
    • elec Signal for voice, percussion and electronics, 3 mn 46 s
    • elec Sortisatio for organ, cello and tape, 15 mn 40 s
    • elec Trilogie three pieces for an animated film by Hubert Sielecki, 3 mn 20 s, Inédit
    • Zugabe for organ and cello, 5 mn 20 s, Inédit
  • 1988
    • elec Call Boys Inc. I for saxophone, guitar, percussion and live electronics, composed with Günther Selichar, Klaus Dickbauer, Gunter Schneider, 56 mn 30 s
    • elec Drunk music for the animated film by Hubert Sielecki, 5 mn 8 s
    • Krummhorn for organ, 4 mn 20 s, Inédit
    • elec Nit weiter geht music for the cartoon by Hubert Sielecki, 1 mn 7 s, Inédit
    • elec Rubber for electronics, 1 h 10 mn, Inédit
    • Schlagstück for organ, 3 mn 40 s, Inédit
    • Senza cauda for two variable performers, 15 mn 40 s, Inédit
    • Solo for percussion, 3 mn 40 s, Inédit
  • 1987
    • elec Fractals 9 for percussion and live electronics, 11 mn 30 s
    • Für Violoncello und Klavier for cello and piano, 5 mn, Inédit
    • elec Hirn mit Ei for cello, keyboard and percussion, collaboration with Klaus Karlbauer, Zigo Mutschlechner, 16 mn 30 s, Inédit
    • elec Nullmelodie Hörstück , radio play for children, 42 mn 24 s, Inédit
    • elec So What for tape, 3 mn 12 s
  • 1986
    • Astrologia Mundi collaboration with Gunter Schneider, Klaus Dickbauer, Günther Selichar, 40 mn
    • Der Erzbischof ist da music for the theater, 18 mn, Inédit
    • elec Fractals 11 for guitar, positive organ and live electronics, written with Günter Schneider, 5 mn 20 s
    • elec Fractals 5 for brass quintet and electronics, 11 mn 5 s
    • Pat Brothers for saxophone, cello, keyboard and percussion, collaboration with Wolfgang Puschnig, Linda Sharrock, Wolfgang Reisinger, 53 mn, Inédit
    • Sonori for trombone and organ, 8 mn, Inédit
  • 1985
    • elec Angelos for wind instruments, electric guitar, organ and tape, 52 mn
    • B for voice and ensemble, 8 mn, Inédit
    • elec Ive for alto saxophone, organ and tape, 15 mn 3 s
    • elec Ive 1 for organ and tape, 16 mn 12 s
    • elec Ostinato for saxophone and electronics, 1 mn 29 s, Inédit
  • 1984
  • 1983
    • Fractals 13 for thirteen instrumentalists, 12 mn, Inédit
    • Orgelmusik five pieces for organ, 42 mn, Inédit
  • 1982
  • 1980

Discographie sélective

  • Wolfgang MITTERER, Little Smile, dans « Donaueschinger Musiktage 2011 » ensemble musikFabrik, avec des œuvres d’Andreas Dohmen, Saed Haddad, Lars Petter Hagen, Wolfgang Rihm, Rebecca Saunders, Iris ter Schiphorst, Hans Thomalla, 3 cds Neos, 2012.
  • Wolfgang MITTERER / BRRTHOVEN, Nine in One « You Really Can Listen To Beethoven », 1 cd, Col Legno, 2018, WWE 20439.
  • Wolfgang MITTERER , Crush 1-5 in Musica Viva 21, Wolfgang Mitterer (organiste), Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunk, dir. Peter Rundel, Neos, 2014, NEOS 11421.
  • Wolfgang MITTERER, Stop playing « …durch die Pfeifen strömen… », Wofgang Mitterer : orgue, 1 cd col legno, 2010.
  • Wolfgang MITTERER, Massacre, Elizabeth Calleo : duchesse de Guise, soprano coloratura, Valérie Philippin : roi de Navarre, soprano, Nora Petročenko : reine de Navarre et Catherine de Médicis, mezzo-soprano, Jean-Paul Bonnevalle : Henry III, contreténor, Lionel Peintre : duc de Guise, baryton, Remix Ensemble, direction : Peter Rundel, 1 col legno, 2010.
  • Low Frequency Orchestra & Wolfgang MITTERER, Mole, 1cd, Chmafu Nocords, 2010.
  • Wolfgang MITTERER, Badminton, Martin Philadelphy Guitare électrique), Wolfgang Mitterer (électrique), Josef Klammer (batterie), 1 cd, Idyllic Noise, 2010 IDNO 005.
  • Wolfgang MITTERER, « Music for checking e-mails » : Hallo Mr Bruckner ; Pjotr Ilijitsch ; To Morton ; Bad receiver ; Backgrounds, 2 cds col legno, 2009, n° WWE20289.
  • Wolfgang MITTERER, « In Sturm » : cycle de lieder, librement adaptés Franz Schubert, pour baryton, piano préparé et électronique : Ein Bild ; Am Fenster ; Break ; Am Meer ; Lachen und spielen ; Ungeduld ; Geistertanz ; Die Nacht ; Wind ; Poor visibility ; Halt ; Leblos, Georg Nigl : baryton, 1 cd col legno, 2008, WWE 20278.
  • Wolfgang MITTERER, « Sopop » : Run ; Inmyeyes ;& Relax ; Watch ; Dance ; Snow ; Dance ; Now ; Remember ; Herethere ; Forever ; KissDanceFast ; Catch ; Apes ; Close, avec Birgit Minichmayr, 1 cd col legno, 2008, WWE 20901.
  • Wolfgang MITTERER, Das tapfere Schneiderlein, Theresa Dlouhy (soprano), Gebhard Heegmann (baryton), Karl Sayer (basse)… Wiener Taschenoper (ensemble) 1 cd col legno, 2007, n° WWE 20801.
  • Wolfgang Mitterer, Inwendig Losgelös in Donaueschinger Musiktage 2006, Vol. 3, Wolfgang Mitterer (table de mixage) Freiburger Barockorchester, ensemble recherche, Lukas Vis (dir.), 3 cds, Neos, 2007, NEOS 10726.
  • Wolfgang MITTERER, Coloured noise, Brachialsymphonie, Wolfgang Mitterer : orgue, Klangforum Wien, direction : Peter Rundel, 1 cd Kairos, 2006, n° 0012592KAI.
  • Wolfgang MITTERER, « live », mixture V ; Die Zeit spielt keine Rolle ; Vox acuta ; bwv.org, Wolfgang Mitterer, orgue et électronique, 1 sacd col legno enregistré le 11 août 2004 à la Pauluskirche, Darmstadt, 2004, n° WWE 20615.
  • Wolfgang MITTERER, Radio Fractal ; Beat Music, enregistrement live à Donaueschingen 2002, avec Patrick Pulsinger, Herbert Reisinger, Dieb 13, Max Nagl, John Schroeder, 1 cd, hatOLOGY, Hathut, 2002, n° 2-606.
  • Wolfgang MITTERER, Concerto for Piano, Orchestra, and Electronics, dans « Donaueschinger Musiktage 2001 », avec des œuvres de Clemens Gadenstätter, Jörg Widmann, Michel van der Aa, Beat Furrer et Dieter Schnebel, 1 cd col legno, 2001.
  • Wolfgang MITTERER, Violettes Gras, pour ensemble et bande électronique, Olongapo, 1993, n° 4.
  • Wolfgang MITTERER, AmusiE / Tastatura, Reinhold Brunner (clarinette), Werner Egle (hautbois), Heinz D. Ditsch (voix, basson)… [etc.] LondonHALL , 1993, n° tiro 2.
  • Wolfgang MITTERER, Turmbau Zu Babel — Stimmensinfonie, Chœur d’Oberösterreich et l’Ensemble instrumental du Conservatoire Bruckner de Linz, Olongapo, 1993, n° 5.
  • Wolfgang MITTERER, Reluctant Games, Wolfgang Mitterer (piano préparé et électronique en temps réel), Olongapo, 1992, n° 3.
  • Wolfgang MITTERER, Grand Jeu, Musique électonique, Olongapo, 1991, n° 1.
  • Wolfgang MITTERER, Obsoderso, par Wolfgang Puschnig (saxophone alto) et Wolfgang Mitterer (orgue et électronique), Moers Music, 1986.

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