However, delays in postal and courier services mean that deliveries are currently taking longer than usual. This page lists all recordings of Sequenza I for flute by Luciano Berio This release includes a digital booklet. Showing 1 - 10 of 15 results.
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Research Catalogue an international database for artistic research find out more advanced search. Berio was one of the leading composers, he dedicated Sequenza to the most innovative flute player, Severino Gazzelloni, and they were both part of the most fruitful musical environment of those years, the Ferienkurse of Darmstadt, so a question arises: which other pieces have been written in reply to the provocation launched by Sequenza?
The presentation of this research will include a power point and some musical samples, recorded as well as played live by me. Matteo frequently plays as soloist and is a passionate chamber musician. Simple Media id name copyright license Sampaolo, Matteo A. Comments are only available for registered users. Portals The research catalogue serves: Journal for Artistic Research a peer-reviewed international journal for all art disciplines.
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Sequenza I for Solo Flute
The purpose of this doctoral essay is to provide a performer? Despite being considered a standard piece in the flute repertoire, Sequenza I is often avoided because of its challenging notation, sudden dynamic shifts and unique harmonic language. This doctoral essay includes an analysis of the structure and compositional elements of the piece, as well as a detailed performance guide that addresses the issues of notation in both editions of the piece. Additionally, there are performance suggestions provided by leading flutists who were interviewed by the author. The intent of this performance guide is to make Berio? New Search. Research Units.
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