Straesser, Joep

Joep Straesser was born in Amsterdam on March 11, 1934. He died on September 22, 2004 in Loenersloot. Joep Straesser studied musicology from 1953 to 1955 at the University of Amsterdam.

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Intervals II : (Music on war and peace), for mezzo soprano solo, mixed choir and instruments, 1979 / Joep Straesser

Publisher: Amsterdam: Donemus, cop. 1979
Publisher's number: 07093
Genre: Vocal music
Subgenre: Mixed choir and instruments
Instruments: sopr-m 6sopr 4alt 4ten 4bas 3trp 2perc pf
Remarks: Instr. bez.: 3 trompetten, piano en 2 slagwerkers. - Tekst van J.W. von Goethe, C. Marlowe, J. Milton, F.B. Kellogg en bijbelteksten. - Engelse en Latijnse tekst. - Tekst, Engelse vert. van Latijnse tekst en oorspr. Duitse tekst tevens apart afgedrukt. - In opdracht van C.R.M. - Opgedragen aan Kerry Woodward en het Nederlands Kamerkoor. - Tijdsduur: ca. 14'
Duration: 14'00"
Year of composition: 1979
Status: fully digitized (real-time delivery)

Other authors:
Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von (librettist)
Kellogg, Frank Billings (librettist)
Marlowe, Christopher (librettist)
Milton, John (1608-1674) (librettist)
Program note (English): The basic material for "Intervals II" is, as far as the organization of pitch is concerned, formed by definite intervals. Unlike "Intervals I" , in which the several parts are characterized by different intervals, in "Intervals II" two basic nuclei formed the starting point for the whole work: a minor and a major second. These two intervals, which for that matter also occur separately, are combined into larger unities. With regard to rhythm, the nucleus short-long plays an important role throughout the work, side by side with the freer rhythmical structures and rhythm derived from the English word accent. This item (short-long) is immediately introduced by the choir in the opening of part I. The degree of complexity of the music is gradually increased in the course of part I, II and III. In the final part of III, elements from the endings of the first two parts are combined, by which in a sense the first three parts end as one unity. The fourth part is meant as a real
'Schlusschor' as they are found traditionally in Bachs cantatas, among others. - JOEP STRAESSER

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