The outward impulse : for contrabass clarinet with tam-tam
by Dominik Karski (2007)
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Library shelf no. Q 788.65/KAR 1 [Available for loan]
A glimpse of the essential idea of the work is given through the title, which indicates the underlying tendency driving the process of the work in a particular direction - or, more accurately, towards widening directions. The source of this tendency is not in the clarinet's material but the presence of the tam-tam and the situation that results from that presence. The tam-tam is not integrated with the contrabass clarinet - its sound exists outside of it and acts as an external force that sets the clarinet's sound-events in motion. In other words, the tam-tam provokes the clarinet into action.
Instrumentation: Contrabass clarinet (the soloist also plays the tam-tam with a foot-pedal).
Duration: 13 min.
Dedication note: Dedicated to Fritz Kronthaler
First performance: by Fritz Kronthaler — 27 Apr 07. Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst Wien, Austria
Performances of this work
13 Jul 08: Government House, Sydney. Featuring Richard Haynes.
27 Apr 07: Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst Wien, Austria. Featuring Fritz Kronthaler.
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