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Adagissimo / In termini estremi, Nº 3

book for piano and electronics
a Alfonso Gómez

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Region
Europe
Estimated Duration
6 - 10min
Date
2019

ISMN : 979-0-2325-3991-1

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Adagissimo is the third piece of the series for piano and electronics 'In termini estremi’, a set of works in a transcendental studies mode, in which the musical terminology and its semiotics are approached, elevating to the extreme its implicit rhetoric. This third part is presented as a spatiotemporal aberration of four works for piano; "Le Gibet" by Ravel, "Perduto in a città d'acque" by Sciarrino, "Piano distance" by Takemitsu and the first work in which the term Adagissimo appears, "Ist ein allgemeines Lamento der Freunde" by Bach. All of them suffer alterations and manipulations of height, intensity, time and timbre, playing to mean a large ball of paper, agglutinated and shaped by these same struded scores, in which contours, figures and original gestures, wrinkled lines, altered and deformed in their appearance are intuited. The relationship between the 4 works is none other than the term Adagissimo - in its different manifestations; its intrinsic connection with alliteration, slowness, minimalism, circularity and lament.
Instrumentation
Piano
Electronic keyboard
Electronics
Fixed electronics
Score Details
Format - A4 / US Letter
Pages - 16


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