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The content of the work Graffiti revolves around the desolation in which modern society lives because of habits imposed by a few people exercising power. In a way, graffiti art expresses this rebellion against the system, creating a world of fantastic graphics to escape the oppression of everyday life.

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Edition: Printed

    Period XXth Century
    Subheading / Parts Tres peces per a violí, violoncel i piano
    Instruments vl.vc.pf
    Pages 40
    Time 12 min
    Contents Score and parts
    ISMN 979-0-3502-0653-5
    Edition Printed

    The three pieces structuring this work were written and rewritten over a ten-year period, from 1972 to 1982. I began to work on it from the time of my father’s death in June 1972. I finished the first version in about 1974 and later revised it several times until, between 1981 and 1982, I composed the definitive version.
    Although during the process of writing Graffiti, I always had my father’s death in mind, the content of the work revolves around the desolation in which modern society lives because of habits imposed by a few people exercising power. In a way, graffiti art expresses this rebellion against the system, creating a world of fantastic graphics to escape the oppression of everyday life.
    For this reason, probably, and with a certain degree of unconsciousness, the work cannot be ascribed to any particular form of musical structure. Instead it is a series of consecutive melodic, chordal and even rhythmic sketches that evolve, following their own impulse.


    F. Taverna-Bech

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