Le Regine : per violino, gambus e gamelan
by Katia Tiutiunnik (2015)
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Library shelf no. 785.5819/TIU 3 [Available for loan]
Le Regine (Italian for "The Queens") was composed in honour of mother cats (often referred to as "queens" by cat breeders and veterinarians) and is dedicated to Associate Professor Shahanum Mohd Shah, the director of our UiTM International Gamelan Festival and Dr. Nathan Fischer, who performed the gambus part in the work's world premiere. Like Festival des Roses, Le Regine also comprises a set of continuous variations. However, unlike the former work, Le Regine fuses melodies solely in the hijāz maqām with the harmonically ambiguous B Flat Major Pentatonic melodies and harmonies of the gamelan parts.
Instrumentation: Violin, gambus/'oud (amplifed) and gamelan ensemble
Duration: 5 min.
Commission note: Commissioned by Nathan Fischer.
First performance: by Ahmad Munir Mahzair, Nathan Fischer, UiTM Gamelan Ensemble, Max Riefer at 6th UiTM Malaysian Composers' Series: Snapshots of Musical Creativity (Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre (KLpac)) on 28 Nov 2015
The composer notes the following styles, genres, influences, etc associated with this work:
Malay music, Arab music
Performances of this work
28 Nov 2015: at 6th UiTM Malaysian Composers' Series: Snapshots of Musical Creativity (Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre (KLpac)). Featuring Ahmad Munir Mahzair, Nathan Fischer, UiTM Gamelan Ensemble, Max Riefer.
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