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Argoru V/a

Argoru V/a

for bass clarinet


  • Besetzung: Bassklarinette
  • Bestell-Nr.: ED 30005
32,00 €  *
inkl. Mwst. und zzgl. Versandkosten Gewicht: 0.07 kg

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Beschreibung
Argoru V/a is a unique work for solo bass clarinet that blends Singleton’s superb sequential treatment of material and clarity of form in a contemporary jazz setting. From the “Blues-like” introduction to the “swing” sections, phrasing and detailed articulation markings reflect the author’s close ties to the jazz idiom. His successful incorporation of extended techniques for the instrument, such as slap tongue and multiphonics, make this piece a very attractive addition to the solo bass clarinet repertoire.

– David Keberle
Details
Auftragswerk : Commissioned by Harry Sparnaay
ISBN: 978-1-423-45710-7
ISMN: 979-0-60001-051-6
Kompositionsjahr: 1984, rev. 2011
Spieldauer: 12'0"
UPC: 884088257538
Uraufführung : 8. März 1984 Paris, IRCAM-Centre Georges Pompidou (F) · Harry Sparnaay, bass clarinet
Verlag: Schott Music Corporation
Aufführungen
1984-03-08 | Paris (Frankreich), IRCAM-Centre Georges Pompidou | Uraufführung
Argoru V/a is a unique work for solo bass clarinet that blends Singleton’s superb sequential treatment of material and clarity of form in a contemporary jazz setting. From the “Blues-like” introduction to the “swing” sections, phrasing and detailed articulation markings reflect the author’s close ties to the jazz idiom. His successful incorporation of extended techniques for the instrument, such as slap tongue and multiphonics, make this piece a very attractive addition to the solo bass clarinet repertoire.

– David Keberle
Auftragswerk : Commissioned by Harry Sparnaay
ISBN: 978-1-423-45710-7
ISMN: 979-0-60001-051-6
Kompositionsjahr: 1984, rev. 2011
Spieldauer: 12'0"
UPC: 884088257538
Uraufführung : 8. März 1984 Paris, IRCAM-Centre Georges Pompidou (F) · Harry Sparnaay, bass clarinet
Verlag: Schott Music Corporation
1984-03-08 | Paris (Frankreich), IRCAM-Centre Georges Pompidou | Uraufführung