composer

Borenstein, Nimrod

With five world premieres, scores of performances and multiple recordings of his music – and all of this just in the second half of 2016 – British-French-Israeli composer Nimrod Borenstein ...

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Nocturnal Fantasia : for violin and piano / Nimrod Borenstein

Publisher's number: 19028
Genre: Chamber music
Subgenre: Violin and keyboard instrument
Instruments: vn pf
Remarks: Opus 22.
Duration: 5'10"
Number of players: 2
Year of composition: 2000
Status: fully digitized (real-time delivery)

Description:
Nocturnal Fantasia was written in 2000 and premiered by Pierre Bensaid (violin) & Robert Markham (piano) at the Borenstein Music Festival in 2002. The composition is one of several single movement works I have written with the idea of creating short meaningful pieces which by their intensity and rich inner diversity give the illusion of much longer works.
Whilst Nocturnal Fantasia is essentially an hectic and unrelenting fast brilliant piece it however begins with a dramatic and grandiose slow opening. Following its intense start we alternate afterwards between short breezy and lyrical moments and impassioned and frenzy passages. The piece culminates and ends with the opening theme returning at double its initial speed on the piano and then quadruple that speed on the violin.
Nimrod Borenstein

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