Ensemble Symfonic movement for any loud sounding group of instruments. Composed by Louis Andriessen Full score study. With Standard notation.
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Ensemble Symfonic movement for any loud sounding group of instruments. Composed by Louis Andriessen Full score study. With Standard notation. Composed Duration 20 minutes. Donemus Published by Donemus PR. This name will appear next to your review. Leave it blank if you wish to appear as "Anonymous". Used to contact you regarding your review. If you do not wish to be contacted, leave it blank.
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Louis Andriessen. Just as Four Organs was a fitting start to tonight's concert, so the final piece on tonight's program is the place to end. Louis Andriessen b. His father and brother were both composers, and while he had an immediate entree into European modernism in the beginning of his musical life, by the end of the s he was a full-on Marxist. His music forms a bridge between the trance-like works of Reich and Glass and the music of David Lang. He stands on the other side of Minimalism - with its large structure and length, Workers Union , written for "any loud sounding group of instruments," is an assault of repetition and dynamics. Andriessen replaces the pretty hypnosis of American Minimalism with jerky rhythms and dissonance.
Workers Union (Andriessen)
Andriessen, Louis. General: Louis Andriessen was born in Utrecht on June 6, Education: After an early training in composition with his father, composer Hendrik Andriessen, he continued his studies with Kees van Genre: Orchestra Subgenre: Orchestra Instruments: 2fl 2ob 2cl 2fg 4h 3trp 3 trb timp 2perc pf el. Genre: Chamber music Subgenre: Variable instrumentation. Description: Program note English : Workers Union was originally written for the orchestra De Volharding Perseverance , in which I myself figured as a pianist at that time.