Vlijmen, Jan van

Jan van Vlijmen writes chamber music, operas, songs and orchestral works. His compositions are strongly influenced by the serial music of Arnold Schoenberg. He is also attracted to the sumptuous ...

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Die Kunst der Fuge : = The art of fugue, for 14 instruments, 1999-2000, revision 2001 / (arrangement: Jan van Vlijmen), Johann Sebastian Bach

Genre: Orchestra
Subgenre: Large ensemble (12 or more players)
Instruments: fl-a eh cl-b fg trp trb g hp man vl 2vla vc cb

Concerto di Camera : for solo flute and ensemble / Reza Nakisa

Genre: Orchestra
Subgenre: Flute and large ensemble
Instruments: fl-solo ob sl fg 2vlc vla vc db

Lapis Nephriticus : Sinfonia Concertante pour flauto solo et orchestre de chambre / Alexandre Rabinovitch-Barakovsky

Genre: Orchestra
Subgenre: Flute and large ensemble
Instruments: fl-solo pf cel vibr mar gtr-e 2cl str

In Connection With : for flute and wind orchestra / Bernard van Beurden

Genre: Orchestra
Subgenre: Flute and large ensemble
Instruments: 2fl(picc) 2ob 2cl cl-b 2fg sax-a 2sax-t sax-b euph 2tb timp perc



Serenata II : flauto, quattro gruppi strumentali, 1965 / Jan van Vlijmen

Publisher: Amsterdam: Donemus, cop. 1965
Publisher's number: 06202
Genre: Orchestra
Subgenre: Flute and large ensemble
Instruments: 0242 sax-t 1210 4perc mar vibr xyl hp g 12vl 9vla 6vc 3cb fl-solo
Remarks: Voor fluit en orkest. - In opdracht van het Ministerie van O.K. en W. - Opgedragen aan Peter van Munster. - Tijdsduur: 12'
Duration: 12'00"
Year of composition: 1965
Status: fully digitized (real-time delivery)

Program note (English): The nature of the commission: a flute concerto, confronted me with the problem of composing a piece for a solo instrument and an orchestra. To write a solo concerto in the traditional sense seemed to me out of the question. I have tried to solve this question by making the flute, to the highest possible degree, an integral part of the orchestra. As a result, another problem arose: the combination of the - apart from the high register - relatively soft tone of the flute, and a rather extensive orchestra. Although the work has to be seen as a whole, five different sections can be distinguished: a. Introduction, b. Solo episode for flute, c. Episode for the string group (more or less a linking passage), d. Section for the flute and orchestra, and e. Final episode for flute solo. By far the most important section, and from a technical point of view the most interesting one, is the fourth fragment. The orchestral part of it consists of ten components of unequal duration and
dissimilar character. These components appear several times, alone and in combinations. It will be remarked that both these combinations, and from an instrumental point of view, the structure of the seperate fragments show a continuous variation. - JAN VAN VLIJMEN

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