Pas a pas
by Misato Mochizuki
Accordion - Sheet Music

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SKU: BR.EB-9126

Composed by Misato Mochizuki. Solo instruments; Folder. Edition Breitkopf. World premiere: Darmstadt, July 19, 2000World premiere of the version for clar and acc: London, February 16, 2002. New music (post-2000); Music post-1945. Performance score. Composed 2000. 14 pages. Duration 8'. Breitkopf and Haertel #EB 9126. Published by Breitkopf and Haertel (BR.EB-9126).

ISBN 9790004181409. 11.5 x 15 inches.

It was Teodoro Anzellotti who suggested that I compose a duet for this unusual combination. I took the idea at once and felt that the originality of the sound worlds inhabited by these instruments was close to my way of thinking. Pas a pas is a kind of suite with dances in two time or three time. These movements are either linked to each other or act in timbral opposition. I am casting a nod as it were at a sentence by the writer Paul Auster: When you walk your brain as well as your body moves ahead step by step." (Misato Mochizuki) Teodoro Anzellotti m'a propose, lors de notre premiere rencontre a Darmstadt en 98, d'ecrire ce duo pour deux instruments rarement reunis. L'idee m'a immediatement seduite, de par l'originalite des sonorites et de leur association. Pas a pas s'apparente a une suite de danses ternaires et binaires enchainees et parfois superposees aux deux instruments. On trouvera une pulsation proche du rythme de la marche, cette idee est un clin d'oeil a la phrase de l'ecrivain Paul Auster: ""En marchant, la pensee avance aussi comme le corps, pas a pas"". (Misato Mochizuki) CD: Pascal Gallois (bassoon), Teodoro Anzellotti (accordion) CD col legno WWE 20056 ("Internationale Ferienkurse fur Neue Musik Darmstadt 2000")

World premiere: Darmstadt, July 19, 2000 World premiere of the version for clar and acc: London, February 16, 2002".