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Fantasia per a violoncel i piano

DE690

The “fantasy” concept includes that of a movement-less piece, with a very free format that is playful in its use of contrasts, combining this initial theme with more dynamic fragments. In spite of this thematic reappearance, the work does not correspond to the rondo form, but the formal freedom is the one that commands.

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    Period 20th c.
    Instruments vc.pno.
    Pages 24
    Time 13 min.
    Contents score + part
    ISMN 979-0-3502-0702-0
    Price of print edition 13,50€

    This piece was awarded the Joventuts Musicals Prize for Composition in 1982. Today, nearly thirty years later, the composer has produced a revised version on the occasion of the work being reprinted. In the words of the composer himself, «it is a piece which explores the virtuosity of the solo instrument while simultaneously drawing attention to the chamber aspect, that is, to the efforts of the two performers to work together. The slow theme of the beginning reappears at various points to lend a certain unity to the piece».
    The “fantasy” concept includes that of a movement-less piece, with a very free format that is playful in its use of contrasts, combining this initial theme with more dynamic fragments. In spite of this thematic reappearance, the work does not correspond to the rondo form, but the formal freedom is the one that commands. The cello emerges completely alone at various points in the piece, or accompanied discreetly by the piano, a resource which enhances the solo part of the string instrument, while –again, in the words of the author himself– not undermining the essence of the piece as requiring an intense rapport between the players.


    David Puertas

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