De Profundis. (). for accordion. Duration: 9′. Territory. This work is available from Boosey & Hawkes for the UK, countries of the Commonwealth (excluding. Sofia Gubaidulina. Publisher: G. Schirmer. De Profundis (for solo Bayan) (). Work Notes. available in the USA, Canada and Mexico only. Publisher. Timbre, texture and spiritual symbolism in Gubaidulina’s two works, De profundis and Et expecto. Aural sonology as a tool to explore sonic and structural aspects.
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GubaidulinaIn Croce, for cello and organ. Royal Academy of Music Chamber Ensemble. Unusual techniques are also used, from glissandi, shuddering vibratos and the sighing sound of the instrument’s bellows.
Restraining their instruments to minimal sound production whilst maintaining an even tone was a challenge well met by the students, whose communication and comprehension was captivating. Of all active major composers, she has shown the most interest in using the classical accordion.
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Gubaidulina De Profundis
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Extended string dialogues dominate the opening: The accordion enters and brings the music down to the depths of its register in the one hand and the heights in the other.
Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip. High Way for One. How to add your events to Bachtrack. Gubaidulina was born in the Tartar Republic, USSR, in and has become one of the most important composers of the last two decades of the Soviet Union and the first decade of the Russian Republic. Unlike a traditional analysis of the music manifested in the score, this approach concerns sonic and structural elements that are heard through the recorded performance.
Through aural sonology, this research focuses on the exploration of emerging gestalts through performance and interpretation. GubaidulinaDe Profundis.
Seven Words; Ten Preludes; De profundis. Again, this piece demands highly virtuosic performers. As the doors were closing, though, and I was contemplating this gubaidulian of the contemporary, something strange and unexpected happened. Mahler in Miniature Sebastian Scotney, 30th June.
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This interest may have grown from her involvement in the s with a group of composers interested in assembling ancient and traditional instruments and writing highly modern classical music for them. Reviewed at Royal Academy of Music: Timbre, texture and spiritual symbolism in Gubaidulina’s two works, De profundis and Et expecto.
As a stratospheric cello and low violin joined it in stasis and then silence, the concert had gone full circle: The goal of this thesis is to ascertain which timbral musical objects are heard, illuminate the structural forms of the music and make an interpretation of the symbolic meaning in the chosen works.