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Poul Ruders: Dramaphonia (Score)

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Our Price: £64.95    Change Currency
Media: Sheet Music
Arrangement: Piano, Ensemble (CHAM/PF/ENS)
Skill Level: Intermediate/Advanced - Explain this
Artist: Poul Ruders
Catalogue #: WH30293
ISBN: 9788759808368


Dramaphonia for Piano solo and Chamber Ensemble was composed by Poul Ruders in 1987. First part of 'Drama Trilogy'. Commissioned by and dedicated to Poul Rosenbaum and Lontano.

Programme note:

'Dramaphonia' for Piano solo and 11 instruments forms the first part of a trilogy of solo-concertos, the remaining two being one for percussion and smaller symphony orchestra ('Monodrama') and the last ('Polydrama') for violoncello and full orchestra. All three pieces are in one movement each and may be performed together, thus presenting a vast "concerto grosso" of the duration of ninety minutes. Each concerto, however, stands by itself, offering its own story: having employed the word "drama" in all three pieces, I naturally want to imply that something is "going on", a series of hidden events created by each listener’s own "inner theatre" which enables him to stage his own, personal associations, and in the case of 'Dramaphonia', the compositorical tension alters between action and frozen panoramas. In the percussion concerto, the rhythmical progression is being constantly intensified, whereas the metric proportions of Dramaphonia tighten and loosen, like a magnifying glass being wielded in and out of focus.
Poul Ruders

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Sales Rank: Not specified
Published on: 06/04/2000
Format: Score
Length: Not specified
Language: English
Publisher: Edition Wilhelm Hansen

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