Sequenza XII for bassoon (). Sequenza XII is a kind of “meditation” based on the fact that the bassoon, perhaps more than any other wind instrument. Berio’s dialogue with the bassoon: a performer’s perspective on the . Sequenza XII for solo bassoon by Luciano Berio (), plus. Download Berio – Sequenza XII for Bassoon Short Description. Download Berio – Sequenza XII for Bassoon Description. View more Comments.
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Sequenza XII is a composition for solo bassoonwritten by Luciano Berio in Osmond-Smithand part of a series of fourteen Sequenze composed between and Sequenza XII is the longest of all the Sequenzeat nineteen minutes. In Sequenza XII Berio makes deliberate use of the different registers and explores the physical limits of performance through extended techniquesfor example, through different uses of the tongue to modify airflow, by writing notes and phrases that are so long they require the performer to use circular breathingthe use of glissandoand multiple sounds producing by singing through the instrument while playing Osmond-Smith ; Pedone From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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Discography [ edit ] Luciano Berio. Ensemble InterContemporain members Pascal Gallois, bassoon. Deutsche Grammophon 3CDs Various performers Kenneth Munday, bassoon.
Naxos 3CDs Various performers Noriko Shimada, bassoon. Stradivarius 1CD Stefanie Liedtke, bassoon and Lorenda Ramou, piano “Breathless”: References [ edit ] Osmond-Smith, David.
Sequenza XII, for bassoon
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