Cierzo y niebla
7 minutes 50 seconds ca.
Periferia Sheet Music
A1 - Eb6 (C4=middle C)
Solo Harpsichord and Electronics
Harpsichord , Electronics (CD)
Number Of Players
The "Cierzo" is a wind typical of Zaragoza (Spain), where the climate is very hard sometimes. The work was dedicated to Alejandra Sottile, who studied in that city, which keeps important bond. In electronics the wind appears at different times as a reference to this climate, mixed with synthesized sounds. The harpsichord dialogue and constantly mixed with electronics, creating the feeling of a "hyper-instrument" resulting from the sum of the solo part and pre-recorded sounds.
From the technical point of view the piece explores different textures and resources of contemporary harpsichord, always trying to integrate with electronics.
|* Performed for the first time|
||Festival "Música oscuaras, músicas luminosas" ("Dark music, light music")||Centro Cultural Parque de España, Rosario||Centro Cultural Parque de España, Rosario||Argentina|
||El clave en la música actual||Municipalidad de Rosario (Argentina)||Museo Municipal de Bellas Artes||Argentina|
|Year||Performers||Title||Record Company||Recording Number|
||COLECCIÓN AMEE Volumen 02||AMEE||M-46608-2010|
||Cierzo y niebla|
Work sent on February 19th 2011. Last update on February 21st 2011.