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Looking at the Sky for flute, clarinet and piano

Classical/Contemporary • 1996
 
     
 

Looking at the Sky for flute, clarinet and piano


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Instrumentation
Piano, Flute, Clarinet
Scored for
Trio
Type of score
Full score
Publisher
Alexander Shchetynsky
Difficulty
Difficult
Duration
10'0
Sound arises from silence... Aleatoric combination of separated tones, air noise, clicks of the keys and other "marginal" sounds... The utmost relieved texture, extremely delicate and soft... Three instruments play independently one from the other; each part consists of several sections performed in any order (new in every current performance). The piece has no climax, its structure resembles extended chord, the tones of which are articulated in different ways. Final tritone (pizzicato on the piano strings) introduces tones that were not utilized in the previous sections of the piece. Due to this, the whole work resembles the harmonic cadence - melancholic "hello" to the great archetype of classical music. The mood of the piece is deep static meditation.
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