Sheet Music – £ – Giacinto Scelsi – Maknongan – low instrument (or bass voice). Results for Maknongan Scelsi (not all results may be relevant). Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on See also. Maknongan: double. TIDAL is the first music service with High Fidelity sound quality, High Quality music videos and Curated Editorial, expertly crafted by music journalists.

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They were then orchestrated and filled out by his meticulous performance instructions, or adjusted from time to time in close collaboration with the performers.

Makjongan a constantly shifting dynamic the score shows hairpins under literally every note and many quarter-tone inflections. Giacinto Scelsi Collection, Vol. One of the earliest interpreters Scelsi closely worked with was the singer Michiko Hirayamawhom he met in in Rome.

Maknongan for baritone saxophone, tuba, contrabassoon, contrabass clarinet, or any bass instrument

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These timbral embellishments displace and situate the central note at the same time, drawing a huge field of energy around it.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Except for a revision of an older work in to commemorate the death of his great friend Henri Michaux, Scelsi basically stopped composing in Occasional leaps upwards of an octave fill out the outer overtonal regions like yellow flares cast upwards into darkness.

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Frances-Marie Uitti, dedicatee of all Scelsi’s cello works, collaborated intensively with him for over 10 years editing and then recording La Trilogia, a massive 3 part work of 45 minutes in length which Morton Feldman called his “autobiography in sound”.

From the late s, he met several leading interpreters who have promoted his music all over the world and gradually opened the gates to wider audiences, such as the Arditti String Quartetthe cellist Frances-Marie Uittiand the pianists Yvar Mikhashoff and Marianne Schroeder. On an immediate level, the music is as simple as possible, being aimed only at bringing listeners into a much-sharpened awareness of the overtone richness of bass sound.

In this view, the artist is considered a mere intermediary. Inwhen Italy entered the war, Scelsi was in Switzerlandwhere he remained until the end of the conflict, composing and honing his conception of music.

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He first came into contact with non-European music in Egypt in The part is digitally very easy to play, what Scelsi asks is the inverted virtuosity of supreme tonal control. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Scelsi came to conceive of artistic creation as a means of communicating a higher, transcendent reality to the listener.

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Maknongan: double bass

Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources. Tuba, contrabassoon, string bass, bass saxophone, contrabass saxophone, bass flute, bass voice; any of these is suitable. Some photographs of Scelsi have emerged since his death.

Only four minutes long, Maknongan is also possibly the most focused and abstract work Scelsi ever composed. AllMusic Featured Composition Noteworthy. Write a customer review. Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go. Amazon Restaurants Food delivery from local restaurants.


Music is written in bass clef. In other projects Wikimedia Commons. Uitti also transcribed many of the chamber works scesli contrabass, contrabass and cello, viola, and two improvisations based on the ondiolina tapes that are found under the title Scwlsi.

: Maknongan for Solo Bass Saxophone (): Giacinto Scelsi: Books

Retrieved from ” https: Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life. Would you like to tell us about a lower price? By the end, when the G sharp has unnoticeably shifted downwards to a G, a strange and luminous sonic envelope has ballooned around the instrumental sound. Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. There were few people at the time who knew that Friedrich Cerhain maknonvan orchestral cycle Spiegelhad mwknongan reached rather similar results, and nobody knew that there was a composer who had followed the same path even years before, and in a far more mankongan way: In the s, Scelsi made scepsi with intellectuals like Jean Cocteau and Virginia Woolfand traveled abroad extensively.

AllMusic relies heavily on JavaScript. The writing process of the piece set an example for Scelsi’s very personal way of working: His improvisations were recorded on tape and later transcribed by collaborators under his guidance. Later, his family moved to Rome and his musical talents were encouraged by private lessons with Giacinto Sallustio.

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