Sonata a Colombina View larger

Sonata a Colombina

DAC068

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.

More details

7,79 € tax incl.

Edition: Digital

    Period 20th c.
    Instruments cl.pno.
    Pages 24
    Time 12 min.
    Contents score + clarinet part
    ISMN 979-0-3502-0950-5
    Price of print edition 13,40€
    Edition Digital

    The poem, constructed upon a base of short phrases with evident musicality and a deliberately ambiguous content, is translated into the musical piece with brief and changing motifs in the initial and final movements and with nostalgia in the central movement. The division into three movements relates to the general structure of the sonata, a backward glance that also makes reference to the great sonatas of the 20th century for clarinet and piano such as those by Hindemith and Poulenc.
    Written in 1981, it was premiered at Sala Zeleste in Barcelona in May 1983 by the composer and pianist Manuel Cabero. It has been recorded on CD by Ars Harmonica.


    Jesús Rodríguez Picó

Customers who bought this product also bought:

11 other products in the same category: