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Universal Edition - Pierre Boulez – Dialogue de l'ombre double

Pierre Boulez

Pierre Boulez
Dialogue de l'ombre double

Year of composition: 1984
Scored for: for clarinet and tape
Composer: Pierre Boulez
Instrumentation details:

Duration: 20′
Dedication: à Luciano Berio - pour son soixantième anniversaire, Florence, le 28 Octobre 1985.
 
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Dialogue de l'ombre double

World Première

Location: Firenze / Italy
Date: 28.10.1985
Main Soloists: Alain Damiens

Work Introduction

The composer prescribes the following way of performance:

Prior to the performance, the clarinettist will have to record the part written for tape in the score (clarinette/double”). In concert, the part of the “clarinette première” is to be performed in dialogue with the tape. To use a tape recorded by another soloist is inadmissible.

Sheet music – Dialogue de l'ombre double

  • for clarinet and live electronics
  • Degree of difficulty: 7-8
  • Edition type: sheet music
  • Edition info: Clarinet 1 on stage, clarinet 2 on tape
  • UE18407
  • ISBN: 978-3-7024-2111-3
  • ISMN: 979-0-008-04118-1
EUR 198,95

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