Discography

  • 12/12 - Zeitgenössische Klaviermusik georgischer und deutscher Komponistinnen
    (12/12 - contemporary piano music by female composers from Georgia and Germany)

    Double CD and music book (international / supported by the Ministry of Culture/Georgia, 2015

    The composers:
    Nathela Svanidze, Eka Chabashvili, Maka Virsaladze, Russudan Meipariani, Nesdan Bagration-Davitashvili, Tamar Putkaradze, Tamar Salukvadze, Ekaterine Akhobadze, Marina Adamia, Lali Sabanadze, Nino Janjgava, Nana Kobaladse, Karin Haußmann, Ursula Görsch, Ursula Mamlok, Sibylle Pomorin, Susanne Zargar-Swiridoff, Juliane Klein, Barbara Heller, Carola Bauckholt, Mia Schmidt, Margarete Sorg-Rose, Elke Tober-Vogt, Charlotte Seither

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  • 25 Plus – Piano Solo, 25 years Women in Music/Jubilee-CD (Salto Records, SAL 7015, LC 01986, 2004)
    Piano Music by 27 women composers

  • Soundscapes be(for)e 2000 (Staalplaat Sscd 002A-B, 1999)
    Double-CD with the awarded compositions (International Composition Contest "Soundscapes voor 2000" in the Netherlands)
    Maricruz Aniceto Iglesias - nahuatl speaker; Beth Griffith - vocals; Normisa Pereira da Silva - bass flute; Michael Ranta - percussion

  • Wie es ihr gefällt, Festival 1991-1994, Vol. 1 (Z.o.o-Verlag Herne, 1995)
    Attaca Subito, co-composition together with Iris ter Schiphorst
    Sibylle Pomorin - tenor saxophone, voice; Iris ter Shiphorst - sampler, electronics

  • Auguries of Speed, Sibylle Pomorin/Terry Jenoure (ITM Media 1467, 1991)
    Terry Jenoure (USA) - vocals, violin; Sibylle Pomorin (D) - alto saxophone, tenor saxophone, flute; Herb Robertson USA) - trumpet, flugelhorn; Annie Whitehead (GB) - trombone; Christy Doran (CH) - guitar; Kim Clarke (USA) - e-bass; Kamal Sabir (USA) - drums, percussion

  • Perfect Trouble (Moers Music 02070, 1989)
    Maggie Nicols (GB) - vocals; Sibylle Pomorin (D) - alto saxophone, tenor saxophone, flute; Tom Cora (USA) - cello; Klaus Wilmanns (D) - double bass; Chris Cutler (GB) - drums, electronics

  • Jazzorchester Reichlich Weiblich Live at Moers Festival (Moers Music 02064, 1987)
    with musicians from all over Germany

  • Winterkönig, Sibylle Pomorin Quartet (Konnex Records, 1986)
    Sibylle Pomorin (D) - alto saxophone, tenor saxophone, flute; Bruno Aznar (F) - piano; Klaus Wilmanns (D) - double bass; Olivier Robin (F) - drums

  • Jazzorchester Reichlich Weiblich (Elrec, 1985)

  • In the Tradition, Sibylle Pomorin Quartet (Ausfahrt Records, 1984)
    Sibylle Pomorin - alto saxophone, tenor saxophone, flute; Bruno Aznar - piano; Klaus Wilmanns - double bass; Olivier Robin - drums