BOULEZ POLYPHONIE X PDF

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Pierre Boulez b. He studied under Olivier Messiaen who already had advanced serial techniques beyond the ideas of Schoenberg and Webern. Only Stockhausen would take them further. Polyphonie X is an engaging work for 18 solo instruments whose assertions are framed in small yet distinct sound clusters, a strategy that actually prevents the work from devolving into a mishmash of sheer noise.

The longest work here, and the one reproduced in the best sound, is Structures II, written for two pianos—more than competently played by Boulez and Yvonne Loriod. Naturally, this limits its appeal to a relatively small audience. Those people—students of advanced serialism, Boulez fans, and the curious looking for a new adventure—will certainly want to give this disc a careful listen. Continue Reading. It was a smart idea to give this disc a title. Together for the first time in a single, disc box from RCA, grab this essential set while you can Scarlatti recitals on the piano are no longer a rarity, but really great ones still are.

This tight, creepy opera from is marvelously economical and enormously effective. Scored only for string quintet, three winds, a very effective and unexpected horn, percussion, synthesizer, and There are dozens hundreds? One reason is the sheer quantity of repertoire--so much to choose from! The third release from pianist Stephen Beus on the Centaur label offers a quirky playlist for which the topic of dance purports to be the unifying agent. The program intersperses movements from a Bach Charles Amirkhanian has worn many hats over the course of his career.

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Pierre Boulez b. He studied under Olivier Messiaen who already had advanced serial techniques beyond the ideas of Schoenberg and Webern. Only Stockhausen would take them further. Polyphonie X is an engaging work for 18 solo instruments whose assertions are framed in small yet distinct sound clusters, a strategy that actually prevents the work from devolving into a mishmash of sheer noise. The longest work here, and the one reproduced in the best sound, is Structures II, written for two pianos—more than competently played by Boulez and Yvonne Loriod. Naturally, this limits its appeal to a relatively small audience. Those people—students of advanced serialism, Boulez fans, and the curious looking for a new adventure—will certainly want to give this disc a careful listen.

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Polyphonie X, for 18 instruments (withdrawn by composer)

Pierre Boulez wrote Polyphonie X during the phase of his career when he was most concerned with applying a rigorous, strict serial method to his creative musical urges. These works are characterized by highly pointillistic textures and irregular rhythms. Polyphonie X, completed in , began shape as a piece for much larger forces, seven groups of seven instruments forty-nine in all. In the end, the ensemble was boiled down to 11 winds and seven strings, all treated as soloists. The serial structure is applied to both the pitches and the rhythms, and the music is conceived as strands "polyphonies" of linear melodic would be too strong a word bundles unfolding according to independent series of rhythmic durations.

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