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Idiosyncrasies for contrabass clarinet and electronics, by Miroslav Spasov
Idiosyncrasies for contrabass clarinet and electronics
CBCL: Sarah Watts
World Premiere at the 2019 SABRe day (01/02/19), Zurich, Switzerland
This piece uses the SABRe senor technology
Idiosyncrasies for contrabass clarinet and electronics tells a ‘story’ about moving from one into another world where the ‘old’ acoustic contrabass clarinet evolves into a new ‘Another’ one as its original sounds are ‘expanded’ into electronics.
String quartet Vesna Ayama played by the Kreutzer Quartet from London gives an idea of a new society – the new era being symbolised by the title: Vesna (Spring) and Ayama, a Sanksrit word meaning “expansion,” “extension” or “breadth. Written for the Centenary of Stravinsky’s Le Sacre du Printemps premiere in Paris.