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Flumen

COMPONIST: Marco Somadossi
UITGEVERIJ: Scomegna
PRODUCTTYPE: Set
INSTRUMENT GROEP: Harmonieorkest
In October 2000, the River Po produced its highest flood waters in the last hundred years, provoking a natural disaster of dramatic dimensions. To the thousands of valiant men and women committed to defending their villages against the threat of the flood is dedicated the symphonic poem entitled
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Specificaties
Componist Marco Somadossi
Uitgeverij Scomegna
Instrumentatie Harmonieorkest
Moeilijkheidsgraad orkest Grade 5
Producttype Set
Instrument Groep Harmonieorkest
Genre Concert Werk
No. SCOESB81124
Definitive Duration 00:09:30
Omschrijving
In October 2000, the River Po produced its highest flood waters in the last hundred years, provoking a natural disaster of dramatic dimensions. To the thousands of valiant men and women committed to defending their villages against the threat of the flood is dedicated the symphonic poem entitled "Flumen" (river, in Latin), inspired by the thematic material in the Gregorian sequence, "Victimae paschali laudes". The main melody is elaborated and its essence is transfigured in an alchemy of modern sounds from which, at times, archaic echoes emerge. The composition is structured in two parts: the first ("The River") is sullen and menacing, with sounds that portray the turbulent water and the inexorable and frightening rise of the flood;this contrasts with a second section ("The People"), with its primitive rhythms and vaguely multiethnic character (expressed through modal harmonies). Here the work evokes man's ancestral struggle against the forces of nature: the strenuous defence of the Po riverside communities to against the threat of flooding. In the finale, the two themes interweave and overlap, re-establishing a symbolic and primordial equilibrium where man and nature are again in harmony with each other.
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