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Sur terre, en l'air

Sur terre, en l'air

Drei Stücke


  • Besetzung: Viola und Klavier
  • Ausgabe: Partitur und Stimme
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Beschreibung
‘During the rehearsals for "Schlussgesang" for viola and orchestra performed at the 1997 Aldeburgh Festival, I conceived of the title of this present composition, with its internal rhyme, as an appropriate way of describing Tabea, the viola player. Later in the summer I composed an Andante, with a contrasting faster section which is the first of these three pieces. Immediately afterwards, I added a second, a scherzo-like piece, and for a finale made a transcription of the fifth movement of Schlussgesang, written in memory of my teacher Olivier Messiaen and titled Kein Gedanke, nur ruhiger Schlaf [no thought, only quiet sleep], the words taken from a fragment written down in a notebook by Franz Kafka.’
Details
ISMN: 979-0-2201-1943-9
Kompositionsjahr: 1997
Opus: op. 64
Reihe: Musik unserer Zeit
Schwierigkeit: schwer
Seitenzahl: 26
Spieldauer: 10'0"
Uraufführung : 25. Mai 1999 Schwetzinger, Rokokotheater (D) Schwetzinger Festival, Germany · Tanea Zimmermann, viola; Hartmut Höll, piano
Verlag: Schott Music Ltd., London
Aufführungen
2013-03-20 | London (United Kingdom), Wigmore Hall — 19.30 h
2004-06-06 | London (United Kingdom), The Warehouse
2002-01-25 | Toronto, ON (Kanada), University of Toronto | nationale Erstaufführung
2000-09-27 | Venezia (Italien), Chiesa di San Samuele | nationale Erstaufführung
2000-02-05 | Stuttgart (Deutschland), Mozart-Saal
1999-11-15 | London (United Kingdom), Wigmore Hall | nationale Erstaufführung
1999-05-25 | Schwetzinger (Deutschland), Rokokotheater | Uraufführung
‘During the rehearsals for "Schlussgesang" for viola and orchestra performed at the 1997 Aldeburgh Festival, I conceived of the title of this present composition, with its internal rhyme, as an appropriate way of describing Tabea, the viola player. Later in the summer I composed an Andante, with a contrasting faster section which is the first of these three pieces. Immediately afterwards, I added a second, a scherzo-like piece, and for a finale made a transcription of the fifth movement of Schlussgesang, written in memory of my teacher Olivier Messiaen and titled Kein Gedanke, nur ruhiger Schlaf [no thought, only quiet sleep], the words taken from a fragment written down in a notebook by Franz Kafka.’
ISMN: 979-0-2201-1943-9
Kompositionsjahr: 1997
Opus: op. 64
Reihe: Musik unserer Zeit
Schwierigkeit: schwer
Seitenzahl: 26
Spieldauer: 10'0"
Uraufführung : 25. Mai 1999 Schwetzinger, Rokokotheater (D) Schwetzinger Festival, Germany · Tanea Zimmermann, viola; Hartmut Höll, piano
Verlag: Schott Music Ltd., London
2013-03-20 | London (United Kingdom), Wigmore Hall — 19.30 h
2004-06-06 | London (United Kingdom), The Warehouse
2002-01-25 | Toronto, ON (Kanada), University of Toronto | nationale Erstaufführung
2000-09-27 | Venezia (Italien), Chiesa di San Samuele | nationale Erstaufführung
2000-02-05 | Stuttgart (Deutschland), Mozart-Saal
1999-11-15 | London (United Kingdom), Wigmore Hall | nationale Erstaufführung
1999-05-25 | Schwetzinger (Deutschland), Rokokotheater | Uraufführung