Anläufe by Alois Bröder is a timid, sometimes resignativ manifestation in purely traditional sound language, whereby the deep instrumentation with alto-flute, cor anglais and bass clarinet created a completely own sound attraction a proof that one doesn't have to grasp always for exposed means in order to create up to now "unlistened".
(from: Wiesbadener Kurier, 2.7.2007)
A further exciting premiere experienced the audience with Anläufe for alto-flute, cor anglais and bass clarinet by the composer Alois Bröder from Darmstadt. Searching and groping single objections of the instruments add themselves only gradually to interaction.
However, on the climax the piece prepares again newly in order to invent itself many times anew. This structure of tension is supported by the consistent application of the middle and deep registers of the woodwinds what gives the piece an own, intensive sound character.
(from: Darmstädter Echo, 4.7.2007)
Alois Bröder don’t want to do any secrets into his composition. His asking and groping Anläufe affected as somewhat very honest.
(from: Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 6.7.2007)