Kaija Saariaho: Sept Papillons For Solo Cello


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Media: Sheet Music
Arrangement: Cello (VLC)
Skill Level: Intermediate/Advanced - Explain this
Composer: Kaija Saariaho
Catalogue #: CH62150
ISBN: 9780711997448
This Item Earns 18 Musicroom Points

Description

This work was commissioned by Rudolf Steiner Foundation. It is dedicated to Anssi Karttunen, who gave the first performance in Helsinki on 10th September 2000.

Sept papillons was the first piece Saariaho wrote after her opera L'Amour de loin and it was partly written during the rehearsals of the opera in Salzburg. One can sense the desire to find a new world, which has nothing to do with the opera neither in style nor in language. From the metaphors of the opera which all have an eternal quality - love, yearning and death - she moved now to a metaphor of the ephemeral: butterfly. Also, from the long time-spans of the opera she moved to these seven miniatures, which each seem to be studies on a different aspect of fragile and ephemeral movement that has no beginning nor end.




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Sales Rank: Not specified
Published on: 26/01/2001
Format: Instrumental Work
Length: 10 pages
Language: English
Publisher: Chester Music

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