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Winter Reels

Winter Reels

for ensemble


  • Instrumentation: Ensemble
  • Édition: matériel d'exécution

 
Description
The work explores something of how we might experience winter. The title is a play on words and the normal meaning of reels as dances infects both the first movement, with its lilting triplet rhythms, and the last movement which incorporates a vigorous reel-like unison melody that unfolds as part of a series of energetic episodes. The song of the second movement is a long singing line given to the cello, and the ensemble here, as elsewhere, is coloured in the percussion by the use of a steel pan.
John Casken
Détails
Année de composition: 2010
Auftragswerk : Commissioned by Psappha
Durée de la performance: 20'0"
Maison d'édition: Schott Music Ltd., London
Uraufführung : 10. September 2011 Hatfield, Hatfield House (UK) · Psappha · Dirigent: Nicholas Kok
instrumentation: fl(pic, afl).cl(bcl)-perc(mar, tubaphone, tub bell, tam-t, gong, lg Swiss cow bell, Japanese temple bowl, steel pan, bell tree, sm b.d, lg b.d, clav, 5 tempbl)-pno-vn.vc
Représentations
2019-02-07 | Manchester (Royaume Uni), St Michael\'s Ancoats — 19:30
Chef d'orchestre: Colette Harvey
2017-03-09 | Glasgow (Royaume Uni), Royal Conservatoire of Scotland
Chef d'orchestre: John Casken
2014-05-31 | Northumberland (Royaume Uni), Alwinton Church
Chef d'orchestre: John Casken
2014-04-08 | Gateshead (Royaume Uni), Sage Gateshead
Chef d'orchestre: Nicholas Kok
2011-10-21 | Manchester (Royaume Uni), Cosmo Rodewald Concert Hall, Martin Harris Centre, University of Manchester — 19.30 h
Chef d'orchestre: Nicholas Kok
2011-09-10 | Hatfield (Royaume Uni), Hatfield House — 20.00 h | Première mondiale
The work explores something of how we might experience winter. The title is a play on words and the normal meaning of reels as dances infects both the first movement, with its lilting triplet rhythms, and the last movement which incorporates a vigorous reel-like unison melody that unfolds as part of a series of energetic episodes. The song of the second movement is a long singing line given to the cello, and the ensemble here, as elsewhere, is coloured in the percussion by the use of a steel pan.
John Casken
Année de composition: 2010
Auftragswerk : Commissioned by Psappha
Durée de la performance: 20'0"
Maison d'édition: Schott Music Ltd., London
Uraufführung : 10. September 2011 Hatfield, Hatfield House (UK) · Psappha · Dirigent: Nicholas Kok
instrumentation: fl(pic, afl).cl(bcl)-perc(mar, tubaphone, tub bell, tam-t, gong, lg Swiss cow bell, Japanese temple bowl, steel pan, bell tree, sm b.d, lg b.d, clav, 5 tempbl)-pno-vn.vc
2019-02-07 | Manchester (Royaume Uni), St Michael\'s Ancoats — 19:30
Chef d'orchestre: Colette Harvey
2017-03-09 | Glasgow (Royaume Uni), Royal Conservatoire of Scotland
Chef d'orchestre: John Casken
2014-05-31 | Northumberland (Royaume Uni), Alwinton Church
Chef d'orchestre: John Casken
2014-04-08 | Gateshead (Royaume Uni), Sage Gateshead
Chef d'orchestre: Nicholas Kok
2011-10-21 | Manchester (Royaume Uni), Cosmo Rodewald Concert Hall, Martin Harris Centre, University of Manchester — 19.30 h
Chef d'orchestre: Nicholas Kok
2011-09-10 | Hatfield (Royaume Uni), Hatfield House — 20.00 h | Première mondiale
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