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Karen Tanaka: The Song Of Songs For Cello And Electronics (1996): Solo pour Violoncelle

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COMPOSITEUR: Karen Tanaka
TYPE DE PRODUIT: Version instrumentale
DESCRIPTION PRODUCT TYPE: Recueil
ÉDITEUR: Chester Music
This work was commissioned by Yutaka Fujishima and the Xebec Hall. It was first performed by Ryoichi Fujimori in Mito, Japan on 10th November 1996. Duration: 8 minutes 10 seconds. The following equipment is required:1full-size CD player (not a portable), with a clearly readable time counter
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Compositeur Karen Tanaka
Description Instrument Group Violoncelle
Instrumentation Solo pour Violoncelle
Instrumentation Violoncelle
Type de produit Version instrumentale
Description Product Type Recueil
Éditeur Chester Music
Genre Classique
Période Post 1901
Année de publication 2000
Nombre de Pages 12
EAN 5020679521717
Edition Number CH61515
MUSCH61515
Description
This work was commissioned by Yutaka Fujishima and the Xebec Hall. It was first performed by Ryoichi Fujimori in Mito, Japan on 10th November 1996.
Duration: 8 minutes 10 seconds. The following equipment is required:1full-size CD player (not a portable), with a clearly readable time counter display, set next to the cellist, 1 microphone for the cello, 1 digital reverb, 1 mixing desk, 1 stereo amplifier, at least 2 highqualityloudspeakers.

Quoting Karen Tanaka: The title comes from the Song of Solomon of the Old Testament, which is a beautiful song of love.

I have attempted to project this sensual song of love onto the sound of cello andcomputer.My intention was to weave color and scent into the sound while blending the ancient story and today's technology. The sound of cello is consistently gentle and tender.

CD Rom available separately for sale.

Songlist
  • 1. The Song Of Songs
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