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Trio (d'après Schoenberg)

for clarinet, cello, and piano with live electronics
dedicated to the Ensemble intercontemporain

12,00 €
Version papier (+14,80 € impression et livraison ). Colissimo7-14 days aprox.
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Caractéristiques
Region
Europe
Estimated Duration
6 - 10min
Date
2004

ISMN : 979-0-2325-6349-7

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Notes sur cette pièce

As in many of my recent works, this Trio is a “reading” of an existing work, in this case of the String Trio of Arnold Schoenberg. In the context of the circumstances under which the work was composed (Schoenberg describes his experience of being clinically dead and returning to life), I considered the Trio, with its disturbing, even violent passages, as an exorcism of fear. From a compositional point of view, this Trio shares a number of elements with its model: extended techniques often involving the use of noise, an almost eclectic diversity of materials within a rigorous global structure, and sharp contrasts of register, all within a compressed version of the original form: three movements with two interludes, played in continuity. In this contemplation of the original work, every gesture has its resonance: the natural resonance of the piano is enhanced by the amplification and the use of the sostenuto pedal, the clarinet plays over the strings of the piano in order to create a sympathetic resonance, and an artificial resonance is created by the electronics, creating the illusion of sympathetic strings of the violoncello.

The piece is dedicated to the soloists of the Ensemble intercontemporain, with special thanks to Ivan Fedele, Arman Angster, Thierry Perrout, Lorenzo Bianchi, Hans Tutchku, Eric Daubresse, and Marion Burais.

Instrumentation
Clarinet
Piano
Cello
Electronics
Recording
Live recording
Score Details
Format - A4 / US Letter
Pages - 18


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