Clara Iannotta: Dead wasps in the jam-jar for violin (2014-2015) 3' – National première
Daniel Moreira: Countdowns for 10 musicians and samplers (2014) 7' – National première
Clara Iannotta: Troglodyte angels clank by for amplified ensemble (2015) 12' – National première
Daniel Moreira: Rhythmic Study 4b - Ludvan ven Beethowig for two toy pianos and one player (2009) 3'
Clara Iannotta: Eclipse plumage for amplified ensemble and electronics (2019) 18' – National première
Daniel Moreira, conductor
- Tuesday 2 February 20:00
- Hall 2 Oriol Martorell
- Sampler Series
Crossing Lines brings us a portrait of two of the most provocative authors on the current international scene. Clara Iannotta’s music explores the subtlest registers and the thresholds of listening, often amplifying harmonics to make the process of dropping the acoustic signal or the resonance of vibrating bodies audible.
Her fascination with Dorothy Molloy’s poetry runs through several works in her catalogue including, among others, Troglodyte Angels Clank By, a piece based on the process of perceiving suspended dust particles through light. In Eclipse Plumage, she explores the possibilities of the antimachine, an instrument created by the author herself that generates magnetic fields around piano strings.
The conductor of this concert, the Brazilian Daniel Moreira, revisits Luwdig van Beethoven’s Für Elise as a vile product for the masses in his Rhythmic etude 4b, a deconstruction process involving toy instruments.
Playlist of the concert
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