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Sonata for Solo Violin

Clássico/Sonata • 2005
 
     
 

Sonata for Solo Violin

Título por Autor: Carson Cooman: Sonata for Solo Violin (2005)


11.95 USD

vendedor Musik Fabrik
PDF, 587.2 Kb ID: SM-000296041 data do carregamento: 05 set 2017
Instrumentação
Violino
Composição para
Solo
Tipo de composição
For a single performer
movimento(s)
1 para 2 de 2
Editora
Musik Fabrik
dificuldade
Difficult
duração
10'0
Sonata for Solo Violin (2005) was composed for and is dedicated to David Fulmer. It is in two
movements.

The first movement, Logos, was inspired by a paradoxical contrast present at Cisco Beach on
Nantucket Island, Massachusetts, USA. On one side of the sandy beach are the powerful
pounding waves of the unbounded Atlantic ocean. On the other side sits one of Nantucket's most
tranquil freshwater ponds. Within one field of vision exists this contrast. It is a lyrical movement which contrasts slow melodic gestures with very fast running passages. The outer two sections explore the development of a series of melodic cells that are unfolded at the start of the work. The middle section features a long-breathed lyrical melody with lower register decorations and interruptions.

The second movement, Synodos, is a journey. The Greek title is built from the Greek words for "with" [sun] and "road/way"[hodos] and refers to a fellow traveller on a journey. It is a personal journey -- between performer and violin.
It ismystical in conception with two extended slow sections framing a dramatic and jagged one in the center. The musical material and gestures are gradually transformed over time -- as periods of motion are contrasted with periods of extreme stillness and resonant inactivity.

A resonant acoustic is preferred for a performance of the work.
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