Guitar Concerto No 1 (Score and Parts)
by Apostolos Paraskevas
Chamber Orchestra - Digital Sheet Music

Item Number: 21875476
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Chamber Orchestra - Level 5 - Digital Download

SKU: A0.942092

Composed by Apostolos Paraskevas. 20th Century,Contemporary. Score and parts. 243 pages. Silver Sickle Publications #6082735. Published by Silver Sickle Publications (A0.942092).

The  guitar concerto Phygein Adynaton (Impossible to Escape) calls for a guitarist  with two classical guitars (one of which is prepared with paper-clips) and  orchestra. The work is in one movement throughout but essentially has two  parts divided in half by the guitar Cadenza at the end of the first  part. The first part is evocative and stochastic. This "invocation" is around a tonal center where guitar and orchestra coexist in equal terms. In  the second part the orchestra takes a different, more dynamic part. The  prepared guitar sounds almost distorted, like a new instrument melodic and  percussive at the same time. This part of the concerto is darker in the mood  and of a philosophical point of view is trying to give a direction in the  battle between life and death.

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