Canto di Enheduanna : for flute, violoncello and pianoforte
by Katia Tiutiunnik (2001)
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Between two rivers : Canto di Enheduanna ; Between two rivers : Lament of the flutes for Dummuzi ; Apoteosi ; Night journey ; Al hisar / Katia Tiutiunnik.
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Between Two Rivers: A Cycle of Three Works for chamber ensemble was conceived out of my long standing engagement with the religious literature of ancient Mesopotamia. The first work of this cycle is Canto di Enheduanna for flute, piano and cello, inspired by the life and work of Enheduanna, daughter of King Sargon I of Akkad.
Instrumentation: Flute, cello, piano.
Duration: 12 min.
Dedication note: Dedicated to Patricia Adkins Chiti
Commission note: Requested by Patricia Adkins Chiti and the Fondazione Donne in Musica, Rome, Italy
First performance: by Calliope — 24 May 02. "Le Compositrici: nuove strategie per una migliore valorizzazione" (Women Composers: new strategies for a better appreciation of them)", Sala San Carlo, Teramo, Italy
The composer notes the following subjects, genres, influences, etc associated with this work:
Ancient Near Eastern music, Ancient Mesopotamian religious practices, Ancient Mesopotamian mythology, Arab music, Maqamaat
Between Two Rivers: A Trilogy (I and II only)
Canto di Enheduanna
Performances of this work
23 Feb 14: Gryphon Gallery, University of Melbourne, VIC. Featuring Bridges Collective.
9 Apr 10: Gryphon Gallery, University of Melbourne. Featuring Bridges Ensemble.
24 May 02: "Le Compositrici: nuove strategie per una migliore valorizzazione" (Women Composers: new strategies for a better appreciation of them)", Sala San Carlo, Teramo, Italy. Featuring Calliope.
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