Noor (violin with full orchestra)
by Katia Tiutiunnik (1998)
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Noor / Katia Tiutiunnik ; performed by the Orchestra of the National Music Conservatory, Jordan, conducted by Mohammed Othman Siddiq, soloist Tymour Ibrahimov ; video produced by Jordan TV.
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The initial inspiration to compose the symphonic poem Noor was born out of Tiutiunnik's research into the life of Her Majesty Queen Noor al Hussein of Jordan, widow of the late King Hussein. Despite this, however, the composition contains only limited references to the life of Queen Noor. Rather, since the word noor signifies light, enlightenment and illumination in the Arabic language, Noor was intended as a musical portrayal of a protagonist's mystical journey through various stages of darkness, to the light of spiritual illumination
Instrumentation: Solo violin, 2 flutes, 2 oboes, 2 clarinets in B flat, bassoon, 3 horns in F, 2 trumpets in C, 2 trombones, tuba, timpani, percussion, harp, celeste, strings.
Duration: 12 min.
Dedication note: "This symphonic poem was inspired by the life and work of Her Majesty Queen Noor Al Hussein of Jordan ... I dedicate this work to her, with my deepest respect and admiration"
First performance: 23 Sep 99. Treasury House in Petra, Jordan, as part of the 28th General Assembly of the International Music Council (UNESCO)
The composer notes the following subjects, styles, influences etc associated with this work:
Arab music, Islamic mysticism
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23 Sep 99: Treasury House in Petra, Jordan, as part of the 28th General Assembly of the International Music Council (UNESCO)
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