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Benet Casablancas: Haikus: Piano Solo

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COMPOSER: Benet Casablancas
PUBLISHER: Unión Musical Ediciones
PRODUCT FORMAT: Instrumental Work
Benet Casablancas ' Haikus for solo Piano. Widely regarded as one of the leading Spanish composers of his generation, Casablancas studied in Vienna at the Academy of Music and in Barcelona at the Universidad Autònoma, from which he graduated with a degree in philosophy before gaining a PhD in
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Composer Benet Casablancas
Publisher Unión Musical Ediciones
Product Format Instrumental Work
StylePeriodView Description Post 1901
ISBN 9781783058013
Instrumentation Piano Solo
No. MUSUMP100144
Description
Benet Casablancas ' Haikus for solo Piano. Widely regarded as one of the leading Spanish composers of his generation, Casablancas studied in Vienna at the Academy of Music and in Barcelona at the Universidad Autònoma, from which he graduated with a degree in philosophy before gaining a PhD in musicology. His music, firmly rooted in the great modernist tradition, is notable for its great individuality, structural complexity and extraordinary richness of textural detail. In the 1990s he became more concerned with harmony, timbral differentiation and instrumental virtuosism. Critics highlight his concern for balancing constructional rigour and expressive strength, lyricism,dramatic character and whimsical register. Benet Casablancas ' works are performed regularly around Europe, Canada, US, Japan and Latin America. His first opera "L´Enigma Di Lea" was commissioned by Gran Teatre del Liceu de Barcelona for its 2017 season. In 2013 he was appointed first composer in residence for the Barcelona Symphony Orchestra and L´Auditori and was awarded with the most prestigious composition prize in Spain, the National Music Prize granted by the Spanish Ministry of Culture.
Songlist
  • 1. Haiku Para Zurbaran
  • 2. Lamento
  • 3. Tres Haikus (Segunda Coleccion)
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