„O“ (trios: bass flute, bass clarinet, prepared piano)
by Kirsten Milenko (2016)
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O is an expression of convergence points, set as an analysis of air movements around the surface of cliff faces. As the work progresses, microtonal inflections cause a hum and beating of overtones to slowly unfold and bloom. A point at which the human body is truly enraptured within the environmental surrounds one stands within - this piece is an expression of being within the ancient movement and form of the elements.
This work was written in Poland for members of the E-Mex ensemble: Evelin Degen (bass flute), Joachim Striepens (bass clarinet) and Martin von der Heydt (piano) while studying on the Synthetis International Summer School for Composition in Poland.
Instrumentation: Bass flute, bass clarinet, prepared piano.
Duration: 6 min.
Difficulty: Advanced — Extended techniques
Dedication note: Dedicated to the E-Mex Ensemble
Commission note: The E-Mex Ensemble.
First performance: by E-Mex Ensemble — 29 Jul 16. Pałac Radziejowice, Poland
- Influenced by: Minimalism
Performances of this work
29 Jul 16: Pałac Radziejowice, Poland. Featuring E-Mex Ensemble.
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