Wolfgang Rihm: Am Horizont

  • Stille Szene (1991)
  • for violin, violoncello and accordion
  • Duration: 5’
  • Instrumentation details:
    violin
    violoncello
    accordion
  • Composer: Wolfgang Rihm
  • Dedication: Mauricio Kagel zum 60. Geburtstag

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Dedicated to Mauricio Kagel on his 60th birthday, this work requires the three instruments to be positioned as far as possible from one another on the stage, transmitting quiet messages to one another from the distance. Most of them consist of one, sustained pitch, then a little more – but the music remains extremely transparent and airy, pianissimo and triple-piano (apart from a few triple-fortes and triple-forte sforzati). Rihm describes the end like a dream, the violinist making a silent, beckoning gesture and the other players cupping their hands to their harkening ears.

Translation © 2012 by Grant Chorley

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World première

Location:
Philharmonie Köln, Köln (DE)
Date:
19.01.1992
Main soloists:
Saschko Gawriloff, Vl, Siegfried Palm, Vc, Teodoro Anzellotti, Akk

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