After collaborating with the Future Sound of London,
German composer Max Richter (1966) launched his solo career with
Memoryhouse (2002), that contains short new-age "songs" such as
Sarajevo and November,
The Blue Notebooks (2004), based on readings of
After Songs from Before (2006) he composed
the film soundtrack for
Ari Folman's Waltz with Bashir (2007).
24 Postcards in Full Colour (2008), 24 "miniatures for ringtones",
Infra (2010), that contains the 25-minute ballet score
Infra (premiered in november 2008), possibly his masterpiece.
Another artistic peak was the chamber opera Sum (premiered in 2012).
After Vivaldi – The Four Seasons (2012), a sort of remix of Vivaldi's masterpiece,
the film soundtrack for Ari Folman's The Congress (2013),
and the TV soundtrack The Leftovers (2014),
Richter released the colossal
Sleep (2015), an eight-hour symphonic work (premiered in september 2015).
Three Worlds (2017) contains excerpts from
the ballet score Woolf Works inspired by Virginia Woolf's novels.
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