CARLO DOMENICONI VARIATIONS ANATOLIAN PDF

Carlo Domeniconi, born in Cesena, Italy in , began studying the guitar at the age of 13 with Carmen Lenzi Mozzani, granddaughter of the virtuoso guitarist, Luigi Mozzani — During subsequent years, though with a teaching post in Berlin, he made many trips to Turkey and became fascinated by its music and culture. He founded the classical guitar course at the Istanbul University State Conservatoire and became internationally known both as a concert performer and as a leading contemporary composer for guitar with over compositions published. His works include solo and ensemble pieces, chamber music and concertos, as well as compositions written for pedagogic purposes.

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Carlo Domeniconi, born in Cesena, Italy in , began studying the guitar at the age of 13 with Carmen Lenzi Mozzani, granddaughter of the virtuoso guitarist, Luigi Mozzani — During subsequent years, though with a teaching post in Berlin, he made many trips to Turkey and became fascinated by its music and culture. He founded the classical guitar course at the Istanbul University State Conservatoire and became internationally known both as a concert performer and as a leading contemporary composer for guitar with over compositions published.

His works include solo and ensemble pieces, chamber music and concertos, as well as compositions written for pedagogic purposes. He seems able to take the quintessence of different cultures and tell them anew. A hypnotic inevitability goes through his music.

It is a truly virtuosic work building through the four movements into an extended meditation on both landscape and humanity.

Schnee in Istanbul, Op. Along with its companion, Schneeschmeize, Op. The Turkish modal system is based on the term makam, a word which covers rules of composition and the structure of scales. The taksim refers to a spontaneous, improvisatory type of composition. Anatolia, the peninsula of western Asia, comprises most of the Republic of Turkey, also known as Asia Minor.

The composition begins with a statement of the theme followed by five variations gradually becoming more elaborate, each presenting clear reminiscences of the theme itself. The variations conclude with a vigorous Finale and a further rendition of the folksong. Taqsim, Op. This extended improvisation begins with ornamented passages of a meditative nature before moving to a more complex series of embellished thematic lines. The episodes become more elaborate and intense.

Eventually a chordal element is introduced and the music evolves into interaction between bass and treble. The rhythms become increasingly dance-like and vigorous. A final section returns to the original contemplative mood and ends serenely. Minyo was commissioned by Gendai Guitar of Tokyo. The word came into existence in Japan in the s, owing its origin to European influences. Carlo Domeniconi has provided a series of atmospheric variations following the initial statement of the theme.

The work is a charming evocation of Japanese music depicted through a European sensibility. Don Quixote as he is usually called in English sets out with lance and sword to defend the weak and punish the wicked and embarks on a series of wild adventures.

The work opens with the rhythms of the knight proceeding slowly on his horse, the music being reminiscent of Spanish vihuela music of the 16th century. The tempo then picks up into a more defiant onward march before reverting to a quieter mood as if the journey has tired the knight. The second movement, En el reino de la fantasia , begins with harmonics evoking the ethereal world of the imagination.

The composition explores diverse fragments of sound till the harmonics bring the listener back to introspection. This leads to lyricism and a sense of the romantic. Ultimately a poignant gentleness predominates towards the close, ending as if in sleep and perhaps a dream. The music becomes restless with a sense of daring enterprise. A middle section evolves into a Spanish atmosphere of increasing tension leading to strummed chords rasgueados vigorously played, followed by ominous discords.

A final sonorous theme provides a respite from wild adventures leading to serenity and resolution of conflict. The movement opens with exploratory chords moving to mild discords and moments of silence between plaintive sounds. Gradually the music gains momentum, developing towards a peaceful, enlightened finale. A hallucinatory mood is evoked at first. But irrevocably the pulse becomes hesitant and the end arrives with a drum beat and the last flickerings of the heart.

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