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I would take extra care in analysing and understanding the rhythmic-cells, displaced accents and syncopation. Our website is made possible by displaying online advertisements to our visitors.
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Other works of this phase include- Canticum ,La espiral eterna ,Parabola and Tarantos -which represents a nexus of two very different musical traditions that of the spanish flamenco tarantos and the formal innovation of Karlheinz Stockhausen known a “moment-form”-and Music with Orchestra Elogik 1 Leo Brouwer is a Cuban-born composer who is primarily known for his works for the guitar.
Leo Brouwer Collection 2. Elogio de la Danza; Black Decameron No Genre Chamber Music Classical. Classical Guitar Skip to content. Compositional practices in Leo Brouwer’s Elogio de la danza: Please consider supporting us by disabling your ad blocker on our website.
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The musical elements that elofio most closely examined are rhythm, harmony, timbre, and dynamics. The Music of Leo Brouwer. The influences of this phase are such figures of the avant-garde as Hans Werner Henze and Dana Stockhausen.
Thanks for the input and I’ll take the cell form idea and start flying with that.
This section is read-only. It is cast in two movements, each having a duration of about three minutes. Or if you’ve played elgoio piece and have some pearls of wisdom do tell! This section ends with the music fading into a grayish mist, the ensuing movement proceeding without pause.
Elogio de la Danza, for guitar
The first is marked Lento, while the second, an homage to the famous Ballets Russes of Serge Diaghilev, carries the designation Ostinato. Brouwer’s use of traditional Cuban rhythms was typical oeo his earlier works, as was his utilization of more concise forms. A study of these composers and their works will support your overall understanding and the nature of Brouwer’s compositional approach.
I’m just starting to analyze it and I haven’t cracked it yet, and that means I’m just playing notes, not cool, I see tons of dynamics which I adhere to, I need to know what makes this thing gel together.
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This “Exploratory phase” is defined by its steadily increasing harmonic vocabulary. It’s not serialist but I get what your saying with cell figures and the ballet Russe. This piece, Elogio de la Danza Homage to the Dancecomes from his earlier years, but already exhibits a fairly advanced expressive manner within its tonal framework. A lively rhythm soon appears, but the music still struggles to get going, at times becoming animated, at others slackening off and turning timid and ponderous.
Cuban composer Leo Brouwer has written a substantial body of work for the guitar throughout his career. The 20th Century Guitar. So any info is welcome, and if you know of any articles that will point me in the right directions that would be great.