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Grela, Dante: Espera (2006-2010) 

 

 

Basic information

  • Title: 
    Espera (2006-2010)
  • Subtitle: 
    Based on a poem by Oliverio Girond for Soprano, Piano (Two Performers) and Electroacoustic Sounds
  • Composer: 
  • Duration (in minutes): 
    24
  • Year of composition: 
    2010
  • First performance (year): 
    2010
  • First performance (venue): 
    LITORAL NATIONAL UNIVERSITY-SUPERIOR MUSIC INSTITUTS
 

Notes

  • Program notes: 

    BASED ON A POEM BY OLIVERIO GIRONDO
    FOR SOPRANO, PIANO (TWO PERFORMERS)
    AND ELECTROACOUSTIC SOUNDS
    PROGRAM NOTES:
    The work is base on a poem by the argentine poet Oiverio Girondo.
    The sound sources include soprano voice , piano with two performers and electroacoustic
    sounds.
    The piano part explores different sound production techniques (such as the use of “bows”,
    harmoics, percussive sounds on the strings and the soundboard, and so on). So the voice
    uses different types of non – convencional techniques (such as breathing or speaking).
    The electroacoustic part was composed using both electronic and “concrete” sounds
    (produced through recording and then processing the piano and voice original sounds).
    Of the five movements of the work, the fourth is purely instrumental – electroacoustic,
    being the voice used in the remaining movements.
    The poem and its strong expressive strenght is – through the whole piece – the generador
    nucleus from which arises the whole compositive process, involving the form and the

  • Technical specs: 

    The piano part explores different sound production techniques (such as the use of “bows”,
    harmoics, percussive sounds on the strings and the soundboard, and so on). So the voice
    uses different types of non – convencional techniques (such as breathing or speaking).
    The electroacoustic part was composed using both electronic and “concrete” sounds
    (produced through recording and then processing the piano and voice original sounds).
    Of the five movements of the work, the fourth is purely instrumental – electroacoustic,
    being the voice used in the remaining movements

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Instruments

Total number of musicians: 
4
MusiciansInstruments
Keyboard
2
Piano
PerformersElectronicsVisuals
AudioVisuals
1
2-channel electronics
Musicians
Soprano(s)
1

 

 

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