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C0 note (16,35 Hz) — vibrating on liquid surface

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Maidenberg-Todorova, Kira: Tysha 

 

 

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    Kira Maidenberh-Todorova.
    Tysha (Silence) for female choir a capella.
    The poem by Maria Revakovich (the modern Ukrainian poetess of the Polish origin) - formed the basis of this piece.
    This work is conceived by the composer as sound continuous space in which the poetic text is considered not so much as text and semantic, how many as a sonoristic basis. The silence in composer understanding is shouting, oppressing, causing psychological discomfort. The embodiment of these states occurs by means of forcing the sound of layers and dynamic waves.

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