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 The Four Enemies
Author: amoselkana 
Date:   2018-01-26 13:03

https://youtu.be/IfKWsAiOQig

Video-score of "The Four Enemies" (2017) for solo clarinet in Bb.
Performed here by the incredible Gilad Harel!

If you want to know more about the four enemies go here: http://amoselkana.com/?compId=51

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 Re: The Four Enemies
Author: seabreeze 
Date:   2018-01-26 20:38

Nice to be able to follow the score as Harel plays, thanks to YouTube and the YouTube poster. I'd like to hear Harel's interpretation of Eliot Carter's solo clarinet piece, "Gra." There are lots of solo cl. pieces that aren't played often. "The 4 Enemies" is certainly worth playing. Another is Lennox Berkeley's 3 Pieces.



Post Edited (2018-01-26 22:07)

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 Re: The Four Enemies
Author: Fuzzy 
Date:   2018-01-27 02:33

Well! Listening to that was a humbling experience! ;^)>>>

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 Re: The Four Enemies
Author: FwLineberry 
Date:   2018-01-28 04:00

I don't really go for boop beep squeak squack music, but that was actually interesting and well played.

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 Re: The Four Enemies
Author: GBK 
Date:   2018-01-28 06:11

I lost interest after about 50 seconds.

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 Re: The Four Enemies
Author: Philip Caron 
Date:   2018-01-28 07:42

What do the cresc & decr markings with little circles at the points mean?

What's the difference between a curved fermata and a squared one?

Some notes seem to have breath marks directly above them; the performer breathes before the notes, so I guess that's what those mean.

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 Re: The Four Enemies
Author: clarnibass 
Date:   2018-01-29 08:54

>> I lost interest after about 50 seconds. <<

Where are the other three?

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 Re: The Four Enemies
Author: Klose 2017
Date:   2018-01-29 09:14

It sounds really cool and it is really well played, particularly the multiphonics, they sound really like two clarinets.

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 Re: The Four Enemies
Author: clarinetist04 
Date:   2018-01-29 11:09

"What do the cresc & decr markings with little circles at the points mean?"

They mean to start and end from nothing, from niente.

"What's the difference between a curved fermata and a squared one?"

I've seen this before to indicate the desired length of a fermata, qualitatively (short - a triangular fermata, normal - a curved or standard fermata, long - a squared fermata). This is not a standard notation. Perhaps in the first couple of pages of the score, Mr. Elkana has indicated his notations, something commonly done in contemporary works of this type.

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