Organ – Percussion 

Olaf Tzschoppe gave early concerts in the combination of organ and percussion. Since 2005 he has worked with Zsigmond Szathmáry for many years, resulting in recordings and various compositions. He has also worked and is working with other organists (Martin Schmeding, Tobias Gravenhorst and others). Compositions for organ and percussion including surround sound compositions with live-electronics and/or tape written for him, an own composition and arrangements for this instrumentation as well as CD releases distinguish his work with this combination.

„entgrenzt/unbounded“ 2007 Edition Zeitklang LC 00581
Zsigmond Szathmáry-Organ/Olaf Tzschoppe- Percussion

„Schattenriss“ 2018, Joh. Christian Schulz / Alien Sound & Art (191924818922)
Zsigmond Szathmáry-Organ/Olaf Tzschoppe- Percussion

„Zsigmond Szathmáry-Orgelwerke“ 2019, Cybele 2SACD 061807
Martin Schmeding-Organ/Olaf Tzschoppe- Percussion /Aniko Szathmáry-Violin a.o.”

„Night on Bald Mountain/Pictures at an Exhibition“ 2020, Starfish Music LC02722
Johannes von Hoff-Organ/Olaf Tzschoppe-Percussion

Arrangments for Organ and Percussion (Selection):
M. Mussorgsky/Arr. O. Tzschoppe      „Pictures at an Exhibition“ (2002)
E. Grieg/Arr. O. Tzschoppe                   „Peer Gynt Suite 1&2“ (2017)
M. Mussorgsky/Arr. O. Tzschoppe      „Night on Bald Mountain“ (2019)
A. Dvorak/O. Tzschoppe                      „Karneval-Ouvertüre(2021)
S. Prokofjew/Arr. O.Tzschoppe            „Skythische Suite(2023)
. . .

Olaf Tzschoppe                        „Schattenriss“ (2012)

Written for and dedicated to (Selection):
Zsigmond Szathmáry             „Dies Irae“ (2015)
Babette Koblenz                     „Highlands“ (2014)
Joh. Christian Schulz              „Organologics“ (2013)
Zsigmond Szathmáry             „Sense of Rhythm“ (2011)
Farangis Narula-Khoja           „la cloche fêlée II“ (2011)
Dieter Mack                             „Pulsar“ (2008)
Younghi Pagh-Paan               „Bleibt in mir und ich in euch“ (1996/2007)
Gerald Eckart                          „Inschriften“ (2003/2005)
Annette Schlünz                     „verstummen“ (2004)
. . .