Peter Bruun: Quest (Full Score)

Peter Bruun: Quest (Full Score)


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Media: Sheet Music
Arrangement: Cello, Flute, Clarinet, Percussion, Piano, Electric Guitar (ENS)
Artist: Peter Bruun
Catalogue #: WH30484
ISBN: 9788759810460
This Item Earns 50 Musicroom Points

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The composer writes: The piece is in three movements: the first movement present three different types of music juxtaposed, meeting in the end in a chaotic, brutal sound. The second movement is the longest, consisting of an expressive opening and a gradual build-up of an exstatic, motoric motion until a climax; the opening then comes back and the music dies away. The third movement is a very short pianissimo echo. The primary focus of the piece is the element of sound. Polyphony is absent, and the instruments are always "packed together", playing in a very narrow register, merging into a dense, monophonic or occasionally heterophonic sound. The harmony is based on drones and the tonality is G#, modulating only once (in the climax of the second movement) and all the motivic material is derived from a kind of G#-Phrygian scale. All in all this gives associations to the sound-world of oriental ethnic music.



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Sales Rank: Not specified
Published on: 20/06/2002
Format: Instrumental Work
Length: 36 pages
Language: English
Publisher: Edition Wilhelm Hansen

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