Kelterborn was born in 1931 in Basel. Alongside early successes as a composer, he became a teacher and
professor in Detmold, Karlsruhe, Zurich and Basel, teaching throughout the world from the USA to the Far East.
Later he became head of the Music Department at Deutsches Radio der Schweiz, chief editor of the Schweizerische Musikzeitung, director of the Musik-Akademie Basel and co-founder of the innovative concert series of the Basler Musik Forum.
Until the mid-1990s Kelterborn was also active as a guest conductor, mainly as an interpreter of his own works. He has published numerous music-theoretical and analytical essays and books, and has been invited as a guest lecturer to England, the USA, Japan, China and Eastern Europe. Kelterborn’s compositions have been recognised in many essays and publications.
With these diverse activities, Kelterborn has had a decisive influence on Swiss musical life.
Difficulty level, roughly compared to ABRSM exam grades. 0 is beginner, 9 is advanced (beyond grade 8).
- Part 1: Alto Saxophone
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