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  • Instrumentation: flute and piano
  • Order No.: SJ 1166
€21.00  *
Incl. VAT and excl. shipping Weight: 0.08 kg

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Description
The modern playing techniques required by this brilliant piece open up to the performer and the listener a colourful, subtly differentiated tonal world with quickly changing musical incidents. They reflect the penchant of Far Eastern music for nature-related imagery which is also characteristic of Toshio Hosokawa's oeuvre.
Toshio Hosokawa studied in Tokyo and Germany with Isang Yun and Klaus Huber among others. He has received numerous awards and prizes and is invited to attend many important festivals of contemporary music as a guest composer or lecturer.
Hosokawa's compositions include orchestral works, solo concertos, chamber music works, music for traditional Japanese instruments and film music.
Details
Auftragswerk : Commissioned by The National Flute Association, Inc.
Binding: Saddle stitching
Difficulty: difficult
EAN: 1923073018002
ISBN: 978-4-89066-466-5
ISMN: 979-0-65001-216-4
Performance duration: 8'0"
Publisher: Schott Music Co. Ltd., Tokyo
Uraufführung : 9. August 2007
Year of composition: 2007
page number: 16
Performances
2019-07-30 | Geisenheim (Germany), Schloss Johannisberg, Fürst-von-Metternich-Saal — 20:00
2019-07-17 | Sapporo (Japan), Sapporo Concert Hall Kitara — 14:00
2017-05-07 | Berlin (Germany), Joseph Joachim Konzertsaal
2016-11-12 | Osaka (Japan), Hibiki music Salon Leaves
2016-11-11 | Tokyo (Japan), Ryogoku Monten Hall
2016-03-08 | Tokyo (Japan)
2015-10-26 | Karlsruhe (Germany), –Hochschule für Musik Karlsruhe
2015-07-11 | Saitama (Japan), Suncity Hall
2015-04-25 | Cracow (Poland), Academy of Music
2014-10-18 | Ljubljana (Slovenia), Slovenian Philharmonic
2014-07-29 | Santiago de Compostela (Spain), Universidad Santiago de Compostela
2014-05-29 | New York (United States of America), Tenri Cultural Institute
2013-05-12 | Milano (Italy), Auditorium GRUPPO 24 ORE
2012-12-08 | Firenze (Italy), Stazione Leopolda
2011-12-08 | Tokyo (Japan), Goethe Institut
2011-09-04 | Fukui (Japan), Echizen City Culture Center
2007-12-01 | Berlin (Germany), Schwartzsche Villa — 20.00 Uhr
Audio Stream
The modern playing techniques required by this brilliant piece open up to the performer and the listener a colourful, subtly differentiated tonal world with quickly changing musical incidents. They reflect the penchant of Far Eastern music for nature-related imagery which is also characteristic of Toshio Hosokawa's oeuvre.
Toshio Hosokawa studied in Tokyo and Germany with Isang Yun and Klaus Huber among others. He has received numerous awards and prizes and is invited to attend many important festivals of contemporary music as a guest composer or lecturer.
Hosokawa's compositions include orchestral works, solo concertos, chamber music works, music for traditional Japanese instruments and film music.
Auftragswerk : Commissioned by The National Flute Association, Inc.
Binding: Saddle stitching
Difficulty: difficult
EAN: 1923073018002
ISBN: 978-4-89066-466-5
ISMN: 979-0-65001-216-4
Performance duration: 8'0"
Publisher: Schott Music Co. Ltd., Tokyo
Uraufführung : 9. August 2007
Year of composition: 2007
page number: 16
2019-07-30 | Geisenheim (Germany), Schloss Johannisberg, Fürst-von-Metternich-Saal — 20:00
2019-07-17 | Sapporo (Japan), Sapporo Concert Hall Kitara — 14:00
2017-05-07 | Berlin (Germany), Joseph Joachim Konzertsaal
2016-11-12 | Osaka (Japan), Hibiki music Salon Leaves
2016-11-11 | Tokyo (Japan), Ryogoku Monten Hall
2016-03-08 | Tokyo (Japan)
2015-10-26 | Karlsruhe (Germany), –Hochschule für Musik Karlsruhe
2015-07-11 | Saitama (Japan), Suncity Hall
2015-04-25 | Cracow (Poland), Academy of Music
2014-10-18 | Ljubljana (Slovenia), Slovenian Philharmonic
2014-07-29 | Santiago de Compostela (Spain), Universidad Santiago de Compostela
2014-05-29 | New York (United States of America), Tenri Cultural Institute
2013-05-12 | Milano (Italy), Auditorium GRUPPO 24 ORE
2012-12-08 | Firenze (Italy), Stazione Leopolda
2011-12-08 | Tokyo (Japan), Goethe Institut
2011-09-04 | Fukui (Japan), Echizen City Culture Center
2007-12-01 | Berlin (Germany), Schwartzsche Villa — 20.00 Uhr