Flute Trio No.3 (Torre, Salvador)

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Performers Avenir Ensemble, Montreal, 12/12/2004
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General Information

Work Title Trio de flûtes No.3
Alternative. Title Trío de flautas No.3
Composer Torre, Salvador
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's One
Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp. 2001
Dedication Trio d'Argent: Francois Daudin Clavaud, Michel Boizot and Xavier Saint-Bonnet
Average DurationAvg. Duration 10 minutes
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Modern
Piece Style Modern
Instrumentation Three flutists: Flute in C, flute in G, Piccolo and Bassflute

Misc. Comments

Kaleydoscope (Flute Trio Nr.3) The work is based on the song of the goldfinch, which is in no rush to scan their song gradually and slowly throughout, tracing its accelerating perfect to spread so slowly that you never know what time came into existence, for its song confused with the soundscape, and then, in the confines of this rapid accelerating, jumping off the cliff in a cascade of multiple wide of colors, deployment falls infinitely bright, very complex descending arpeggios, concentric kaleidoscope of lights ... and ultimately it resonates resonates deep in the woods ... in silence ... But this music in any way want to be descriptive, not the song of the goldfinch is what we are listening, All this operates trhoghout filters in our perception, this soundscape is only the detonator of an imaginary perceptual and musical abstraction that hovers in freedom of imagination, being able to project, like a kaleidoscope, our imagination, our own freedom of thought which arises spontaneously but deep within us.

Kaleydoscope (Trío para flautas No. 3) La obra está basada en el canto del jilguero, que no tiene ninguna prisa en escandir su canto gradualmente y con toda lentitud, trazando su acelerando perfecto, extendido a tal lentitud, que no sabe uno en qué momento empezó a existir, pues su canto se confunde con el paisaje sonoro, para luego, en los confines de este acelerando vertiginoso, lanzarse al precipicio en una anchurosa cascada de multiples colores, despliegue infinito de caidas luminosas, complejísimos arpegios descendentes, caleidoscópio concéntrico de luces… y que al final resuena en lo profundo del bosque… resuena en el silencio… Pero esta música de ninguna manera quiere ser descriptiva; No es el canto del jilguero lo que estamos escuchando, Todo esto opera a travez del filtro de nuestra percepción, este paisaje sonoro es solo el detonador de un imaginario perceptivo y de abstracción musical que revolotea en libertad de imaginación, pudiendo proyectar, como en un caleidoscópio, nuestra propia imaginación, nuestra propia libertad de pensar lo que mas profunda y espontáneamente surja de nuestro interior.