Veldhuizen, Rick van

Rick van Veldhuizen (*1994, Tilburg) although reared on pop and folk, discovered classical music at the age of 11. He started composing pretty much at that point. Education: Starting in 2008, ...

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Vie di scampo : for dulcian, baroque trombone, organ, triple harp, 2 baroque violins, violone / viola da gamba and electronics / Rick van Veldhuizen

Publisher's number: 21739
Genre: Electronical music
Subgenre: Gemengd ensemble (2-12 spelers) met elektronica
Scoring: dulcian trb org hp 2vn viola da gamba tape
Remarks: Commissioned by Gaudeamus and November Music with the support of the Fonds Podiumkunsten. Written for Castello Consort. Premiere: 8 September 2022, Gaudeamus Festival, Utrecht by Castello Consort
Duration: 19'00"
Number of players: 7
Year of composition: 2022
Status: fully digitized (real-time delivery)

In Vie di scampo, a melody seeks for ways out of its own looping, plodding existence by ever more curiously engaging with electronics and exploring the outer realms of harmonic space. Sometimes it struggles to find ways of escape from its staid tone – but in an ever-expanding harmonic landscape, it comes to its own more and more. The piece seeks ways to combine the unique timbres of baroque instruments and weave them into resonant, poppy electronics.

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