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Concerto for portative organ and string orchestra, Op.692

Clássico/Concerto • 2006
 
 
   
 

Score and complete parts

Título por Autor: Carson Cooman: Concerto for portative organ and string orchestra – score and complete parts, Op.692


64.95 USD

vendedor Musik Fabrik
PDF, 1.41 Mb ID: SM-000322310 data do carregamento: 29 dez 2017
Instrumentação
Órgão, Violino, Viola, Violoncelo, Contrabaixo
Composição para
Solo, Orquestra de Cordas
Tipo de composição
Partitura completa, Partes
movimento(s)
1 para 3 de 3
Editora
Musik Fabrik
dificuldade
Advanced
duração
14'0
I. Bricolage
II. Elegia
III. Rondeau

Concerto for Portatif Organ and Strings (2006) was commissioned by the Harvard Baroque Chamber Orchestra and its director, Robert Mealy. The work is dedicated to organist Nancy Granert, for whom the solo part was written. The work was commissioned in celebration of the von Clemm Chamber Organ at The Memorial Church, Harvard University, built in 2006 by Klop Organ Builders.

As with many of my works, relationships between old and new musical concepts are explored. In this piece, musical aspects of the Baroque organ concerto tradition (and Baroque style string playing) co-exist with more contemporary musical elements. In particular, the directness of expression found in many Baroque concertante works is present throughout. Musical material is shared between the movements in a motivic fashion.

The title of the first movement, Bricolage, is defined as “something made or put together using whatever materials happen to be available.” Thus, the musical material for the movement is of varying characters; these elements are assembled together in ways that allow them to comment on and inform each other. Some of these musical elements include: a traditional “overture” texture, a Basse de Trompette texture (with an organ reed stop in the left hand) common in French Baroque organ music, and the French keyboard toccata style.

The second movement, Elegia, is dark and searching in tone. It begins with a
rageful roar before quieting down to introduce its basic musical material – a simple “lament” theme in a folk-inflected style. This material is used for further explorations, building to passionate climaxes. Finally, the opening music returns, but this time with a whisper. The movement winds down to a sad conclusion.

After the soul-searching of the second movement, the third movement, Rondeau, is sprightly and energetic. The basic material is a set of Baroque and Classical-style figurations (with a few American gospel inflections thrown in), firmly grounded in G major. After minor diversions, the original material continues to return and ends the work with unfettered joy.

This item is the score and complete parts. The full score only is for sale as a seperate item..
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Score only

Título por Autor: Carson Cooman: Concerto for portative organ and string orchestra – score only, Op.692


25.95 USD

vendedor Musik Fabrik
PDF, 746.0 Kb ID: SM-000322309 data do carregamento: 29 dez 2017
Instrumentação
Órgão, Violino, Viola, Violoncelo, Contrabaixo
Composição para
Solo, Orquestra de Cordas
Tipo de composição
Partitura completa
movimento(s)
1 para 3 de 3
Editora
Musik Fabrik
dificuldade
Advanced
duração
14'0
I. Bricolage
II. Elegia
III. Rondeau

Concerto for Portatif Organ and Strings (2006) was commissioned by the Harvard Baroque Chamber Orchestra and its director, Robert Mealy. The work is dedicated to organist Nancy Granert, for whom the solo part was written. The work was commissioned in celebration of the von Clemm Chamber Organ at The Memorial Church, Harvard University, built in 2006 by Klop Organ Builders.

As with many of my works, relationships between old and new musical concepts are explored. In this piece, musical aspects of the Baroque organ concerto tradition (and Baroque style string playing) co-exist with more contemporary musical elements. In particular, the directness of expression found in many Baroque concertante works is present throughout. Musical material is shared between the movements in a motivic fashion.

The title of the first movement, Bricolage, is defined as “something made or put together using whatever materials happen to be available.” Thus, the musical material for the movement is of varying characters; these elements are assembled together in ways that allow them to comment on and inform each other. Some of these musical elements include: a traditional “overture” texture, a Basse de Trompette texture (with an organ reed stop in the left hand) common in French Baroque organ music, and the French keyboard toccata style.

The second movement, Elegia, is dark and searching in tone. It begins with a
rageful roar before quieting down to introduce its basic musical material – a simple “lament” theme in a folk-inflected style. This material is used for further explorations, building to passionate climaxes. Finally, the opening music returns, but this time with a whisper. The movement winds down to a sad conclusion.

After the soul-searching of the second movement, the third movement, Rondeau, is sprightly and energetic. The basic material is a set of Baroque and Classical-style figurations (with a few American gospel inflections thrown in), firmly grounded in G major. After minor diversions, the original material continues to return and ends the work with unfettered joy.

This item is the full score only. The score and complete parts are for sale as another item.
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