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FERRAN FAGES

Llavi vell

©Elena Márquez

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    FERRAN FAGES: ‎
    What might occur (Rereadings of Triadic Memories by Morton Feldman for acoustic guitar ‎and sine waves) (2015-17), for acoustic guitar and sine waves‎
    Llavi vell, for quadrophone

Performers

    Ferran Fages, acoustic guitar, sine waves, electronics
    • 7 €
    • Sala 4 Alicia de Larrocha
    • Sampler Series

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    Program

    Guitarist, composer and improviser Ferran Fages is one of the most lively and outstanding ‎artists on the Barcelona experimental music scene. Llavi vell and What ‎might occur, demonstrate the two distinct sides of Fages’s extensive production ‎repertoire. Llavi vell, designed to be reproduced as loud as possible and on this ‎occasion performed using a quadrophone format, is a sound mass built from layers of sound ‎from the sounds produced by rubbing an arch in different positions on the strings of a guitar. ‎On top of this unstable mass (almost a drone) a layer of disjointed overtones is formed, ‎acting like a melodic pattern. What might occur is a rereading for acoustic guitar ‎and sine waves of the piano piece Triadic Memories by Morton Feldman, that ‎shows us the most raw and hidden side of Fages: approaching the guitar as a feeble ‎instrument with few resources that places us within a sound perspective where silence ‎sustains the musical discourse. Two works that explore the ways our sense of time is ‎affected by sound resources and contrasting compositions.‎

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