for Ensemble of Saxophones of variable line up
Spacial actions for 2 chosen Soloists
pour: 3–24 saxophones
6 partitions d'ensemble
|Portée||9 pages (Partition); 21 × 29,5 cm|
|Date de parution||2019|
|№ de fabricant||CHIL5061|
The composition Golden Soundscape by Friedemann Graef is supposed to create a magnificent vibrant soundband. The pulse first moves in 4/4 time. Through figures with eighth notes of odd number, the pulse is supposed to shift unpredictably and superimpose, so that results in a quasi 1/8 beat.
The performance of the piece needs a conductor or a player who shows dynamics and sets the pace for some parts. While some passages in the rhythmic interaction work quite conventionally, in the minimalistic parts self-initiative is required. How often the figure is repeated in a box and when it progresses to the next is the individual decision of each individual instrumentalist.
Consisting of 3 ensemble scores á 3 instruments for eb and bb saxophones each.
The pulse must always remain constant, even when pausing. This kind of interaction is like driving all at once: nobody pushes or slow down, everyone drives together.