...but in those seas there are poems and music, some for saying what can only be said with words and others that penetrate our inner being, the things that only music can transmit...
As its title indicates, Miniaturas is built upon the foundations of small thematic cells. The first piece is characterized by the counterpointing of contrasts, and is followed by one which progresses from a bleakness of atmosphere to attain a marked lyricism. The third and final piece makes allusion to a progressively complex rhythm which ends with the...
Música per a clarinet i piano (Music for clarinet and piano) is written in a bold, daring style, in three parts with a free formal structure.
This work was a result of an encounter between plastic arts and music, in 1999 as a reflection of the artistic and human interaction between both creators, Enric Arau (sculptures) and Alejandro Civilotti (musical works). This edition contains the pieces for clarinet.
This composition is based on the painting of the same title by Joan Miró. It is a short piece in a “naïve” style.
In the Quartet per a clarinets is often used extreme registers and dynamic contrasts, and those different timbres associated with these records create an effect of constant tension.
The work Quatre Poemes (Four Poems) for clarinet and piano arose from four poems of Joan Brossa: these are inspired by the frivolous spirit and the elements of reflection and surrealism, and are based on a hidden rhythmic beat over which the two instruments dialogue.
Jordi Lalanza’s Quintet de vent is a piece for classic quintet ensemble with an air of musical divertimento. A divertimento which transmits the music’s freshness not only to its audience but also to the players themselves, who must overcome technical and ensemble difficulties to perform the piece.
Wow, what a tone! is a little musical joke or Humoreske on the melody of the beginning of the Sardana.
Each trio of this work is defined by a distinctive rhythm, making a path from the march to the boogie, so the student becomes more familiar with shapes and styles that will emerge throughout their studies.
The characters of the Commedia dell’Arte have been referenced in many creative spheres. In the Sonata to Columbine, the Columbine character, as described in the poem by Verlaine, is the point of reference that determines the composition.