Man, Roderik de

General: Roderik de Man was born in Bandung, Indonesia, on May 23 1941. Education: Roderik studied percussion with Frans van der Kraan and Theory of Music at the Royal Coservatory in ...

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Kage : for recorder & CD (version for alto in F), 2000 / Roderik de Man

Genre: Chamber music
Subgenre: Recorder; Electronics with different instruments; Recorder with electronics
Instruments: rec-a tape

Dwaallicht : voor fluit en tape, 1995 / op tekst van Hans Faverey, Willem Jeths

Genre: Chamber music
Subgenre: Flute; Electronics with different instruments; Flute with electronics
Instruments: fl tape

Het leven van Rosa Luxemburg : 1971 / Gilius van Bergeyk

Genre: Chamber music
Subgenre: Variable instrumentation; Electronics with different instruments; Electronic music
Instruments: 4melody-instr pf(cel) 3tapes / 5tapes

Drie stukken voor instrumenten en electriciteit : 1970 / Gilius van Bergeijk

Genre: Chamber music
Subgenre: Wind Quintet; Percussion; Electronic organ; Electronics with different instruments; Wind Quintet with electronics; Percussion with electronics
Instruments: fl ob cl fg h electronics - perc tape -



Ecoute, écoute! : for bass clarinet and sound tracks, 1999 / Roderik de Man

Publisher: Amsterdam: Donemus, 2002
Publisher's number: 09722
Genre: Chamber music
Subgenre: Clarinet; Electronics with different instruments; Clarinet with electronics
Instruments: cl-b tape
Remarks: Met financiële steun van het Fonds voor de Scheppende Toonkunst. - Opgedragen aan Silvia Castillo en Harry Sparnaay. - Geschreven voor het project Who's afraid of?. - Cop. MuziekGroep Nederland, 2000. - Tijdsduur: ca. 8'30''
Duration: 9'00"
Number of players: 1
Status: fully digitized (real-time delivery)

Program note (English): Ecoute, écoute! was composed at the request of Harry Sparnaay for the occasion of the Who's afraid of? project, organized by Iris van der Goot. In this project prominent contemporary soloworks were combined with newly written compositions. Ecoute, écoute! is a tribute to promotors of contemporary music, in this case the renowned bass clarinettist Harry Sparnaay. This prominent musician has fulfilled this role for quite some time and is a source of inspiration for many composers. The opening text of the work describes the almost ritual actions of the musician which often precede the actual playing, they are spoken by Harry's wife, Silvia Castillo. Since Silvia and Harry used to communicate in French during the first stage of their marriage, often using the words: écoute, écoute!, the choice of the title was a predictable one. The material which was used to create the tape part was mostly derived from clarinet samples. The piece was finalist in the Bourges Competition for
Electroacoustic Music in 2000. - RODERIK DE MAN

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Score Download (B4), 18 pages EUR 13.95
Hardcopy, normal size (B4), 18 pages EUR 27.91
Hardcopy, study size (A4), 18 pages EUR 22.90
Electro-acoustic Download, 9 files, 70.254 MB EUR 25.00
CD/DVD, 9 files, 70.254 MB EUR 35.00