flute, clarinet, violin, cello and piano|flauta, clarinete, violino, violoncelo e piano
Work selected as finalist of Camargo Guarnieri Composition Prize – 41º Festival de Inverno de Campos do Jordão (2010)
Cássia Carrascoza (flauta), Luis Afonso Montanha (clarinete), Eliane Tokeshi (violino), Fábio Presgrave (Violoncelo), Lídia Bazarian (piano) e Roberto Victório (regência)
Concurso Camargo Guarnieri de Composição
Festival de Inverno de Campos do Jordão – Campos do Jordão
This composition was inspired by matters and forces of the universe, such as supernovas, waves, particles and black holes. Each of these matters/forces got a metaphorical interpretation and played a role in the composition, as a seed of material, processes, and musical forces. The supernovas, thought as explosions of colors, suggested the timbral-oriented treatment of the texture. Waves were composed in several scales and particles were expelled from the textures as huge unisons through the friction between the eleven complementary notes. Finally, the black hole was designed as a strongly concentrated amount of energy which gradually gained relevancy throughout the composition. Musically, there is a cyclical process which connects all the materials and processes and shapes the overall form through the time.
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