Daripada Kedalaman : for piccolo, four flutes and bass flute
by Katia Tiutiunnik (2015)
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Performance by Vilma Campitelli, University of Teramo Flute Ensemble from the CD Selected Works by AMC Represented Artists, vol. 64.
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Daripada Kedalaman (Malay for "Out of the Depths") is a polyphonic work drawing inspiration from my past choral setting of a Latin translation of Psalm 130, the original Hebrew version of which forms part or the Jewish liturgy for the High Holy Days. Daripada Kedalaman is based on variations of an originally composed melody which is inspired by my engagement with Ashkenazi Jewish music
Instrumentation: Piccolo, 4 flutes, bass flute.
Duration: 5 min.
First performance: by Vilma Campitelli, University of Teramo Flute Ensemble — 22 Sep 15. Progetto Festivale Alta Formazione Europea, University of Teramo, Auditorium Diocleziano, Lanciano, Chieti, Italy
The composer has noted the following influences on this work:
Jewish music; sacred choral music; Arab music.
- Influenced by: Spiritual and Sacred Music
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