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Brewaeys, Luc

Luc Brewaeys was born on August 25, in 1959 in Mortsel (Belgium) and passed away on December 18, in 2015. Education: He studied composition with André Laporte in Brussels (Belgium), with ...

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Les Méandres de la Mémoire : for recorder(s) and piano / Luc Brewaeys

Publisher's number: 13639
Genre: Chamber music
Subgenre: Recorder and keyboard instrument
Instruments: rec pf
Duration: 12'00"
Year of composition: 1997
Status: fully digitized (real-time delivery)

Description:
This work was composed in 1997 on request of Tomma Wessel and Geert Logghe, to whom the score is dedicated. The title refers to subtle musical references (and one actual quotation) which seem to appear in the score : one never knows for sure if one recognizes anything happening in the music. The gestures also refer to the past (our heritages or "memories") but are of course transformed. The work falls apart in 5 sections performed attacca. The second and fourth deal with aleatorism (at least rythmical). The first (actually called "Prelude") is some kind of introduction, getting off very affirmatively and slowing down. The third is a defragmentation of "articulated unisson" meant to be quite lyrical. The last ("Finale") is a short conclusion (with references to the parallels in the third section) and features the recorder player performing on both Soprano & Alto recorder at the same time (biphony). The work ends quite calmly with a reminder of the beginning in the piano part.

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