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Tihanyi László: Irrlichtspiel

for violin solo and large ensemble


Instrumentation: Concerto (violin)
Collection: EMB Contemporary Music
Genre: Contemporary Hungarian Works
Période: Contemporary Music
Langue: Hungarian, English
Duration: 8'
Pages: 40 pp
Format: Bach (23 x 30,2 cm)
Date du parution: Mai 2006
Editeur: Universal Music Publishing Editio Musica Budapest
Numéro d’édition: 14126
Cotage de l'editeur: T-17
ISMN: 9790080141267
Three compositions which belong together were written by Tihanyi in 1991-1992: Winterszenen, Nachtszene (night Scene) and Irrlichtspiel (Will o? the wisp). The Irrlichtspiel composition for violin solo and 19 instruments ensemble, came out of the notes for the song entitled Irrlicht in the fifth scene of Winterszenen (...this composition exactly follows the musical process of Winterreise by Schubert...). Here, the starting point was the refrain-like, pregnant rhythm motive, attached to the piano introduction of the Schubert song. At the end of the first part called Prelude, a miniature exposition prepares for the five developments. Their titles are: Adagio, Capriccio, Monolog, Pantomime and Postludio. World premi?re: Budapest, 30 April, 1996. Ildikó Line ? violin, Budapest Sinfonietta, conducted by Gergely Vajda.
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