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6144917
6144917
6144917

Asiago op. 107 b

for Percussion and Violoncello

By Bertold Hummel

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Percussion and cello (Schlagzeug: Triangel - 4 Becken - Nietenbecken - Gong - Tamtam - Chimes - Kuhglocke - 2 Bongos - 2 Tomtoms - Tempelblocks - Kleine Trommel - Vibraslap - Vibraphon) - advanced
For Percussion and Violoncello. Composed by Bertold Hummel (1925-2002). This edition: Saddle stitching. Sheet music. Schott. Asiago is an effective examination of the wide range of possible tonal combinations between percussion instruments and the mystic and sensuous colouring of the violoncello, in which the string instrument is at times treated percussively and the percussion. Classical. Score and Parts. Composed 2001. 9721, op. 107 b. 16 pages. Duration 16'. Schott Music #ED 9721. Published by Schott Music (HL.49033252).

Item Number: HL.49033252

9x12 inches.

In summer 2001, Bertold Hummel composed the present work as a commission for the Asiago Festival and brought together in the grand dimensions of his 'Fantasy in one movement' - as he himself termed it - for the first time the instruments he had always loved much during his life.Asiago - the letters a-s-a-g, corresponding to the notes a, e-flat, a, g in the German musical scale, open and close the work - is a successful excursion into the complex sound combinations of percussion instruments and the mystical, sensuous tone of the violoncello, whereby the stringed instrument occasionally takes on a percussive role and the percussion is sometimes treated like a bowed. Driving rhythms pursue each other, alternating with meditative moments. Chorale fragments lead to a grand cadenza, in which the instrumentalists have the opportunity, following patterns provided, for free improvisation.The premiere of this work took place on 5th August, 2001 in the Duomo di S. Matteo in Asiago in northern Italy and was in the hands of Peter Sadlo and Julius Berger, who are amongst the most committed exponents of Bertold Hummel's works.

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