composer

Boogman, Willem

Willem Boogman was born in 1955 and grew up near the IJssel river (Netherlands). He studied Philosophy at the University of Utrecht (1974-1975). He started study in composition at the ...

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composition

Genieting II : for extended vibraphone, 2002 / Willem Boogman

Publisher: Amsterdam: Donemus, 2003
Publisher's number: 10730
Genre: Chamber music
Subgenre: Percussion
Instruments: vibr
Remarks: In opdracht van het Fonds voor de Scheppende Toonkunst. - Op verzoek van en opgedragen aan Arnold Marinissen. - Cop. MuziekGroep Nederland. - Tijdsduur: 10'
Duration: 10'00"
Number of players: 1
Year of composition: 2002
Status: fully digitized (real-time delivery)

Description:
Program note (English): Fourteen of the 37 bars of the vibraphone are to be prepared in such a way that the original timbre of the note is distorted. In order to draw the listener yet further away from the vibraphone's sound, the player is required to choose 12 additional percussion instruments (at specific designated pitches) in the 'colours' wood, metal, glass and stone. Of the many possibilities, I consider the timbre of the cymbal the furthest removed from that of the vibraphone. One excellent extension is the Glockenspiel, whereby one extends the range of the vibraphone by five notes at the high end of the register.
'Genieting' is the translation of the term 'jouisssance' (enjoyment), as used by the French philosopher Emmanuel Levinas. - WILLEM BOOGMAN

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