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Hezarfen

Hezarfen

Ney Konçertosu · Concerto for ney flute and orchestra


  • Instrumentation: ney flute and orchestra
  • Edition: performance material

 
Description
Fazıl Say has composed a thoroughly 'Turkish' work for Mannheim: he has not only chosen to inclued the solo instrument and the rhythmic structures from the culture of his native land, but also the subject matter which has its origins in Istanbul. 'Hezarfen' is the first name of the Osman aviation pioneer Hezarfen Ahmet Çelebi who in 1632 succeeded in covering a distance of over three kilometres with the aid of self-constructed wings. He began his flight from the top of the Galataturm in Beyoğlu and flew eastwards over the Bosporus where he landed nine minutes later – a more than perilous adventure, not only for the seventeenth century.
Details
Auftragswerk : Auftragswerk der Musikalischen Akademie des Nationaltheater-Orchesters Mannheim mit freundlicher Unterstützung von Carl Limbourg, Mustafa Baklan und Karlheinz Lochbühler
Content text: I İstanbul 1632 · Istanbul 1632
II Galata Kulesi · Galata Tower
III Uçuş · The Flight
IV Cezayir Sürgünü · Algerian Exile
Opus: op. 39
Performance duration: 25'0"
Publisher: Schott Music
Uraufführung : 5. März 2012 Mannheim, Rosengarten, Mozartsaal (D) · Burcu Karadağ, Nay · Dirigent: Dan Ettinger · Nationaltheater-Orchester Mannheim · Veranstalter: Musikalische Akademie des Nationaltheater-Orchesters Mannheim
Year of composition: 2011-2012
instrumentation: Picc. · 2 · 2 · 2 · 2 · Kfg. - 4 · 3 · Tenorpos. · 2 Basspos. · 1 - P. S. (Vibr. · Röhrengl. · Trgl. · hg. Beck. · Tamb. · kl. Tr. mit Schnarrsaiten · Tomt. · Mil. Tr. · gr. Tr. · Bar Chimes) (3 Spieler) - Hfe. · Klav. (auch Cel. u. Sansula*) - Str. (12 · 10 · 10 · 10 · 5) - Percussion Solist: Kudüm* · Bendir* · Aqua* [Waterphone] · UFO Oscar Drum* - von Orchestermusikern gespielt: 6 Vibratone · 6 Seagull Pipes* *Diese Instrumente und die Nayflöte sollten ggf. verstärkt werden. / These instruments and the ney flute should be amplified, if necessary.
Performances
Conductor: Nil Venditti
Orchestra: Camerata Salzburg
2019-11-30 | Salzburg (Austria), Stiftung Mozarteum, Großer Saal | national Premiere
Conductor: Jordan da Souza
Orchestra: Orchester der Komischen Oper Berlin
2019-11-15 | Berlin (Germany), Komische Oper — 20:00
Conductor: Markus Fohr
Orchestra: Orchester des Instrumentalvereins Dortmund
2016-11-13 | Dortmund (Germany), Orchesterzentrum NRW
Conductor: Gürer Aykal
Orchestra: Borusan Istanbul Philharmonic Orchestra
2012-12-14 | Istanbul (Turkey), Lütfi Kırdar — 20:00 | national Premiere
Conductor: Howard Griffiths
Orchestra: hr-Sinfonieorchester
2012-11-10 | Frankfurt (Germany), hr-Sendesaal — 19 Uhr
Conductor: Dan Ettinger
Orchestra: Nationaltheater-Orchester Mannheim
2012-03-06 | Mannheim (Germany), Rosengarten, Mozartsaal — 20.00 h
Conductor: Dan Ettinger
Orchestra: Nationaltheater-Orchester Mannheim
2012-03-05 | Mannheim (Germany), Rosengarten, Mozartsaal — 20.00 h | World Premiere
Fazıl Say has composed a thoroughly 'Turkish' work for Mannheim: he has not only chosen to inclued the solo instrument and the rhythmic structures from the culture of his native land, but also the subject matter which has its origins in Istanbul. 'Hezarfen' is the first name of the Osman aviation pioneer Hezarfen Ahmet Çelebi who in 1632 succeeded in covering a distance of over three kilometres with the aid of self-constructed wings. He began his flight from the top of the Galataturm in Beyoğlu and flew eastwards over the Bosporus where he landed nine minutes later – a more than perilous adventure, not only for the seventeenth century.
Auftragswerk : Auftragswerk der Musikalischen Akademie des Nationaltheater-Orchesters Mannheim mit freundlicher Unterstützung von Carl Limbourg, Mustafa Baklan und Karlheinz Lochbühler
Content text: I İstanbul 1632 · Istanbul 1632
II Galata Kulesi · Galata Tower
III Uçuş · The Flight
IV Cezayir Sürgünü · Algerian Exile
Opus: op. 39
Performance duration: 25'0"
Publisher: Schott Music
Uraufführung : 5. März 2012 Mannheim, Rosengarten, Mozartsaal (D) · Burcu Karadağ, Nay · Dirigent: Dan Ettinger · Nationaltheater-Orchester Mannheim · Veranstalter: Musikalische Akademie des Nationaltheater-Orchesters Mannheim
Year of composition: 2011-2012
instrumentation: Picc. · 2 · 2 · 2 · 2 · Kfg. - 4 · 3 · Tenorpos. · 2 Basspos. · 1 - P. S. (Vibr. · Röhrengl. · Trgl. · hg. Beck. · Tamb. · kl. Tr. mit Schnarrsaiten · Tomt. · Mil. Tr. · gr. Tr. · Bar Chimes) (3 Spieler) - Hfe. · Klav. (auch Cel. u. Sansula*) - Str. (12 · 10 · 10 · 10 · 5) - Percussion Solist: Kudüm* · Bendir* · Aqua* [Waterphone] · UFO Oscar Drum* - von Orchestermusikern gespielt: 6 Vibratone · 6 Seagull Pipes* *Diese Instrumente und die Nayflöte sollten ggf. verstärkt werden. / These instruments and the ney flute should be amplified, if necessary.
Conductor: Nil Venditti
Orchestra: Camerata Salzburg
2019-11-30 | Salzburg (Austria), Stiftung Mozarteum, Großer Saal | national Premiere
Conductor: Jordan da Souza
Orchestra: Orchester der Komischen Oper Berlin
2019-11-15 | Berlin (Germany), Komische Oper — 20:00
Conductor: Markus Fohr
Orchestra: Orchester des Instrumentalvereins Dortmund
2016-11-13 | Dortmund (Germany), Orchesterzentrum NRW
Conductor: Gürer Aykal
Orchestra: Borusan Istanbul Philharmonic Orchestra
2012-12-14 | Istanbul (Turkey), Lütfi Kırdar — 20:00 | national Premiere
Conductor: Howard Griffiths
Orchestra: hr-Sinfonieorchester
2012-11-10 | Frankfurt (Germany), hr-Sendesaal — 19 Uhr
Conductor: Dan Ettinger
Orchestra: Nationaltheater-Orchester Mannheim
2012-03-06 | Mannheim (Germany), Rosengarten, Mozartsaal — 20.00 h
Conductor: Dan Ettinger
Orchestra: Nationaltheater-Orchester Mannheim
2012-03-05 | Mannheim (Germany), Rosengarten, Mozartsaal — 20.00 h | World Premiere