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Per Luciano Berio

Per Luciano Berio

for orchestra


  • Instrumentation: orchestra
  • Edition: performance material
  • Order No.: LS 5982-01

Description
I used to play Luciano Berio's Erdenklavier quite often when I was a child. I wrote this short epigram Erdenklavier-Himmelklavier to take farewell from my maestro and friend who is playing on the “Himmelklavier”. The first version dating back to 2003 was drafted as a dark and grim funeral music; the second version from 2007 became a “concert version” of the same material. In 2018/2019, I finally arranged this originally epigrammatic piece for a large orchestra, which premiered as season opening concert in Dresden on 29 August. The Staatskapelle Dresden was conducted by Alan Gilbert. Peter Eötvös
Details
Performance duration: 4' 0"
Publisher: Schott Music
Year of composition: 2018
instrumentation: 2 (2. auch Picc.) · 1 · Engl. Hr. · 2 (2. auch Bassklar.) · 2 · Kfg. − 2 · 2 · Tenorpos. · Basspos. · 1 − S. (Glsp. · Crot. · Vibr. · Bells · Gongs · Tamt. · kl. Tr. (m. u. o. Schnarrsaiten) · gr. Tr. (2 Spieler) − 2 Hfn. – Str.
Delivery rights: worldwide
Performances
Orchestra: Nemzeti Filharmonikus Zenekar (Hungarian National Philharmonic Orchestra)
2020-03-14 | Budapest (Hungary)
Conductor: Tonino Battista
2019-10-13 | Palermo (Italy), Teatro Massimo | national Premiere
Conductor: Peter Tilling
Orchestra: Mozarteumorchester Salzburg
2018-11-30 | Salzburg (Austria), Stiftung Mozarteum — 19:30 | national Premiere
Conductor: Alan Gilbert
Orchestra: Sächsische Staatskapelle Dresden
2018-08-30 | Dresden (Germany), Semperoper — 20:00
Conductor: Alan Gilbert
Orchestra: Sächsische Staatskapelle Dresden
2018-08-29 | Dresden (Germany), Semperoper — 20:00 | World Premiere
I used to play Luciano Berio's Erdenklavier quite often when I was a child. I wrote this short epigram Erdenklavier-Himmelklavier to take farewell from my maestro and friend who is playing on the “Himmelklavier”. The first version dating back to 2003 was drafted as a dark and grim funeral music; the second version from 2007 became a “concert version” of the same material. In 2018/2019, I finally arranged this originally epigrammatic piece for a large orchestra, which premiered as season opening concert in Dresden on 29 August. The Staatskapelle Dresden was conducted by Alan Gilbert. Peter Eötvös
Performance duration: 4' 0"
Publisher: Schott Music
Year of composition: 2018
instrumentation: 2 (2. auch Picc.) · 1 · Engl. Hr. · 2 (2. auch Bassklar.) · 2 · Kfg. − 2 · 2 · Tenorpos. · Basspos. · 1 − S. (Glsp. · Crot. · Vibr. · Bells · Gongs · Tamt. · kl. Tr. (m. u. o. Schnarrsaiten) · gr. Tr. (2 Spieler) − 2 Hfn. – Str.
Delivery rights: worldwide
Orchestra: Nemzeti Filharmonikus Zenekar (Hungarian National Philharmonic Orchestra)
2020-03-14 | Budapest (Hungary)
Conductor: Tonino Battista
2019-10-13 | Palermo (Italy), Teatro Massimo | national Premiere
Conductor: Peter Tilling
Orchestra: Mozarteumorchester Salzburg
2018-11-30 | Salzburg (Austria), Stiftung Mozarteum — 19:30 | national Premiere
Conductor: Alan Gilbert
Orchestra: Sächsische Staatskapelle Dresden
2018-08-30 | Dresden (Germany), Semperoper — 20:00
Conductor: Alan Gilbert
Orchestra: Sächsische Staatskapelle Dresden
2018-08-29 | Dresden (Germany), Semperoper — 20:00 | World Premiere