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Violin Concerto Kairos for violin and orchestra. II Panta rhei

SM-000368369
Composer
Hans Bakker
Publisher
Hans Bakker
Genre
Classical / Contemporary
Instrumentation
Flute, Clarinet, Bassoon, Oboe, Cor anglais, Horn, Trombone, Trumpet, Violin, Viola, Cello, Double bass, Snare drum, Timpani, Bass drum
Scored for
Solo, Symphonic orchestra
Type of score
Full score
Key
D minor
Movement(s)
1 to 1 from 1
Duration
9'27"
Difficulty
Difficult
Year of composition
2019

Description
Violin Concerto KAIROS exists of three movements: I Kairos, II Panta rhei and III Ananke, each of which can be performed as concert piece itself, but also all three together as the complete concert. Panta rhei (Gr., Herakleitos ± 500 b.C.) means: earthly reality is like a flowing river: always moving and renewing itself. Always different every moment, and yet the same river. Datti Schneiderfranken says that Panta rhei can be seen as 'nature becoming'. Likewise the music - after the multi-colored Introduction with two themes, a new melody starts with a kind of Passacaglia, like a waterfall that gets bigger and bigger, and in which all melodies tumble over each other. But moving through many tonalities, it ends with an ecstatic violin, above a gamelan orchestra structure, in d minor.

Upload date
21 Jul 2019

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