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Belye nochi (White nights) : for violin and vibraphone / Katia Tiutiunnik and Ross Carey.
Also known as: White nights
Belye Nochi (White Nights) (2012) is a collaborative composition by Katia Tiutiunnik and Ross Carey. The violin part is the entirety of Katia's composition 'La Notte Bianca' (2011), a version for violin solo of an earlier opus, 'White Night' (2006) for viola solo. The piano part was written as an accompaniment, and acts mainly as an harmonic counterpoint to the original violin line.
In the version for violin and vibraphone, Ross James Carey composed the vibraphone part for La Notte Bianca, thus giving birth to a new, collaborative musical creation
The title is both a play on the original violin solo's title and a reference to the 1848 short story by Fyodor Dostoyevsky of the same name.
Published by: Australian Music Centre — 1 facsimile score (5p. -- A4 (portrait))
Duration: 6 mins
First performance at Book Launch and Lecture Recital (Russian Centre of Science and Culture, Kuala Lumpur) on 7 Apr 2014
Includes program notes.
The composer notes the following influences/styles etc associated with this work:
Russian, Jewish and Arabic
This work also exists as the following versions:
- Violin with piano
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