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Graaff, Jan-Peter de

Jan-Peter de Graaff (*1992), born in Papendrecht and raised on the isle of Terschelling, started composing at the age of 15. After two years of private lessons in composition with ...

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Pascal : for septet / Jan-Peter de Graaff

Publisher's number: 20083
Genre: Chamber music
Subgenre: Mixed ensemble (2-12 players)
Instruments: fl/picc cl-cl-b pf perc vn vla vc
Remarks: Commissioned by Swedish Radio and International Rostrum of Composers (IRC). Composed for Norrbotten NEO. World premiere on February 3rd, 2020 by Norrbotten NEO, conducted by Baldur Brönniman.
Duration: 11'00"
Number of players: 7
Year of composition: 2020
Status: fully digitized (real-time delivery)

Description:
Pascal is inspired by the movement of air (and thereby the creation of wind) from high to low pressure, according to the law of Buys-Ballot (Pascal is the metric unit for measuring Air Pressure). In the piece I tried to translate the speed and pressure of air to rhythm and harmony. In this way a high air pressure translates to harmonies where the pitches are close together: (clusters around the middle C on the piano). Low pressure translates to pitches that are far away from each other (extremely high and low sounds).
Jan-Peter de Graaff

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