Schott Music

Aller au contenu principal »

Language
 
Panier (0 article)
Mon panier

Votre panier est vide.

Vladislav  Shoot

Né: 3 mars 1941
Pays d'origine: Russie
Vladislav Shoot was born in Vosnesensk (USSR) in 1941. He studied composition with Nikolai Peiko at the Gnessin Institute of Music in Moscow (now the Gnessin Russian Academy of Music), where he graduated in 1967. He subsequently worked as an editor for the music publishers “Sovetski Kompozitor”. After 1982 he was a free-lance composer, earning a living primarily by writing music for films. In the 1970s, despite massive political pressure and bans on performances of his music, Shoot did much to promote Soviet avant-garde music, and in 1990 was one of the co-founders of the Association of Contemporary Music (ASM). He was invited to be composer in residence at Dartington Hall, England in 1992, where he lives to this day.
 
Shoot differs from his fellow composers in that he is an advocate of “pure” music. He always starts out from a sound, and not from literature or even painting. His music is a synthesis of various different elements which include stylistic quotations and allusions. However, the most obvious influence is the music of Alban Berg: “I love the sort of music in which, in addition to beauty and perfection, there is a kind of irrational door, a ‘black hole’, a place of chaos and of mourning. The less this hole reveals itself, the better. But it must be there somewhere.” (V. Shoot)
 
Vladislav Shoot’s music has been performed at numerous festivals, including “Moscow Autumn”, “Almeida Festival” (London), Schleswig-Holstein Musik-Festival, “Wien modern”, “Présences” (Paris) and “Ars Musica” (Brussels). It has also been performed in America, Korea and in many European countries.
 
He has been commissioned to write works for the BBC Symphony Orchestra (High-Cross Symphony, 1998), the Philharmonia Orchestra, Radio France and various festivals, organizations and ensembles. Shoot’s music has been recorded by radio stations in Berlin, Budapest, Cologne, London, Moscow and Paris, and is now available on a number of CDs.

par page
  1. Confession II

    Confession II

    (2000)
    Edition à télécharger
    Compositeur : Shoot, Vladislav
    Instrumentation : organ
    N° Réf. : BEL 603 Q6653
    8,99 €  *
  2. Chaconne

    Chaconne

    for free-bass accordion
    Edition à télécharger
    Compositeur : Shoot, Vladislav
    Instrumentation : bayan accordion
    N° Réf. : BEL 657 Q6654
    11,99 €  *
  3. Mini Partita

    Mini Partita

    for alto saxophone and piano
    Edition à télécharger
    Compositeur : Shoot, Vladislav
    Instrumentation : alto saxophone and piano
    N° Réf. : BEL 717-10 Q41412
    13,99 €  *
  4. Mini Partita

    Mini Partita

    Version for bassoon and piano
    Edition à télécharger
    Compositeur : Shoot, Vladislav
    Instrumentation : bassoon and piano
    Édition : Partition et partie
    N° Réf. : BEL 717-20 Q41418
    13,99 €  *
  5. Divertimento

    Divertimento

    für Blockflöten (1 Spieler), Vibraphon und Streichorchester
    Compositeur : Shoot, Vladislav
    Instrumentation : flûtes à bec (1 musicien), vibraphone et orchestre à cordes
    Édition : matériel d'exécution
  6. Ex Animo

    Ex Animo

    für Sinfonieorchester
    Compositeur : Shoot, Vladislav
    Instrumentation : orchestre
    Édition : matériel d'exécution
  7. High Cross Symphony

    High Cross Symphony

    für Sinfonieorchester
    Compositeur : Shoot, Vladislav
    Instrumentation : Sinfonieorchestre
    Édition : matériel d'exécution
  8. Serenade

    Serenade

    für Streichquartett
    Compositeur : Shoot, Vladislav
    Instrumentation : orchestre à cordes
    Édition : matériel d'exécution
  9. Sinfonia da Camera Nr. 4

    Sinfonia da Camera Nr. 4

    in fünf Sätzen
    Compositeur : Shoot, Vladislav
    Instrumentation : cordes et tam-tam
    Édition : matériel d'exécution
  10. Three Encounters with Shostakovich

    Three Encounters with Shostakovich

    für Es-Klarinette, Horn, Schlagzeug, Klavier und Streichquartett (oder Streichorchester)
    Compositeur : Shoot, Vladislav
    Instrumentation : mi bémol-clarinette, cor, batterie, piano et quatuor à cordes (ou orchestre à cordes)
    Édition : matériel d'exécution

par page
Profil
Vladislav Shoot was born in Vosnesensk (USSR) in 1941. He studied composition with Nikolai Peiko at the Gnessin Institute of Music in Moscow (now the Gnessin Russian Academy of Music), where he graduated in 1967. He subsequently worked as an editor for the music publishers “Sovetski Kompozitor”. After 1982 he was a free-lance composer, earning a living primarily by writing music for films. In the 1970s, despite massive political pressure and bans on performances of his music, Shoot did much to promote Soviet avant-garde music, and in 1990 was one of the co-founders of the Association of Contemporary Music (ASM). He was invited to be composer in residence at Dartington Hall, England in 1992, where he lives to this day.
 
Shoot differs from his fellow composers in that he is an advocate of “pure” music. He always starts out from a sound, and not from literature or even painting. His music is a synthesis of various different elements which include stylistic quotations and allusions. However, the most obvious influence is the music of Alban Berg: “I love the sort of music in which, in addition to beauty and perfection, there is a kind of irrational door, a ‘black hole’, a place of chaos and of mourning. The less this hole reveals itself, the better. But it must be there somewhere.” (V. Shoot)
 
Vladislav Shoot’s music has been performed at numerous festivals, including “Moscow Autumn”, “Almeida Festival” (London), Schleswig-Holstein Musik-Festival, “Wien modern”, “Présences” (Paris) and “Ars Musica” (Brussels). It has also been performed in America, Korea and in many European countries.
 
He has been commissioned to write works for the BBC Symphony Orchestra (High-Cross Symphony, 1998), the Philharmonia Orchestra, Radio France and various festivals, organizations and ensembles. Shoot’s music has been recorded by radio stations in Berlin, Budapest, Cologne, London, Moscow and Paris, and is now available on a number of CDs.
Produits

par page
  1. Confession II

    Confession II

    (2000)
    Edition à télécharger
    Compositeur : Shoot, Vladislav
    Instrumentation : organ
    N° Réf. : BEL 603 Q6653
    8,99 €  *
  2. Chaconne

    Chaconne

    for free-bass accordion
    Edition à télécharger
    Compositeur : Shoot, Vladislav
    Instrumentation : bayan accordion
    N° Réf. : BEL 657 Q6654
    11,99 €  *
  3. Mini Partita

    Mini Partita

    for alto saxophone and piano
    Edition à télécharger
    Compositeur : Shoot, Vladislav
    Instrumentation : alto saxophone and piano
    N° Réf. : BEL 717-10 Q41412
    13,99 €  *
  4. Mini Partita

    Mini Partita

    Version for bassoon and piano
    Edition à télécharger
    Compositeur : Shoot, Vladislav
    Instrumentation : bassoon and piano
    Édition : Partition et partie
    N° Réf. : BEL 717-20 Q41418
    13,99 €  *
  5. Divertimento

    Divertimento

    für Blockflöten (1 Spieler), Vibraphon und Streichorchester
    Compositeur : Shoot, Vladislav
    Instrumentation : flûtes à bec (1 musicien), vibraphone et orchestre à cordes
    Édition : matériel d'exécution
  6. Ex Animo

    Ex Animo

    für Sinfonieorchester
    Compositeur : Shoot, Vladislav
    Instrumentation : orchestre
    Édition : matériel d'exécution
  7. High Cross Symphony

    High Cross Symphony

    für Sinfonieorchester
    Compositeur : Shoot, Vladislav
    Instrumentation : Sinfonieorchestre
    Édition : matériel d'exécution
  8. Serenade

    Serenade

    für Streichquartett
    Compositeur : Shoot, Vladislav
    Instrumentation : orchestre à cordes
    Édition : matériel d'exécution
  9. Sinfonia da Camera Nr. 4

    Sinfonia da Camera Nr. 4

    in fünf Sätzen
    Compositeur : Shoot, Vladislav
    Instrumentation : cordes et tam-tam
    Édition : matériel d'exécution
  10. Three Encounters with Shostakovich

    Three Encounters with Shostakovich

    für Es-Klarinette, Horn, Schlagzeug, Klavier und Streichquartett (oder Streichorchester)
    Compositeur : Shoot, Vladislav
    Instrumentation : mi bémol-clarinette, cor, batterie, piano et quatuor à cordes (ou orchestre à cordes)
    Édition : matériel d'exécution

par page
News