Both Sostenuto and Dal niente were composed for the clarinetist Eduard Brunner . “As in the earlier Ausklang for piano and orchestra, the musical material is. Allegro Sostenuto Clarinet/cello/piano. Helmut Lachenmann. Allegro Sostenuto Clarinet/cello/piano. More by this composer. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Allegro Sostenuto / Pression / Dal Niente / Intérieur I on Discogs.
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Helmut Lachenmann – Allegro Sostenuto Clarinet/cello/piano
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HELMUT LACHENMANN: Allegro sostenuto
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Consider, however, Lachenmann ‘s opening figure — a loud, piercing octave, binding all three instruments together is a sharp perforation of the preceding silence. Share on facebook twitter tumblr.
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The rest of the score continue in the same manner: Allegro Sostenuto for clarinet, cello and piano Allegro Sostenuto for clarinet, cello and piano. From the Album Lachenmann: Write a customer review. In this way, the entire score becomes a kind of single, continuous gesture of movement-and-resonance, played out fractal-like from largest structure to smallest gesture: Clarinet Chamber Music of Helmut Lachenmann.
Lachenmann imagines the work as one big, “highly ambivalent arpeggio,” constantly “building up, tearing down, and rebuilding. Learn more about Amazon Prime. Licensed by Col Legno.