Rugg (Torre, Salvador)




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SalvaTorre (2014/12/27)

Performers Omar Hernandez Hidalgo (viola)
Publisher Info. Salvador Torre
Misc. Notes Viola or Violin or Cello version available, please ask the composer
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SalvaTorré (2014/12/23)

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Publisher. Info. Salvador Torré
Misc. Notes Exists for Viola, Cello or Violin version. please ask the composer
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General Information

Work Title Rugg - for viola or cello or violin
Alternative. Title Rugg pour alto ou violoncelle ou violon
Composer Torre, Salvador
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's one
Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp. 2006
First Performance. 2009-06-13
Dedication Omar Hernandez
Average DurationAvg. Duration 11 minutes
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Modern
Piece Style Modern
Instrumentation viola or cello or violin

Misc. Comments

Rugg for viola or cello or violin. ... I carry two parallel lives, one, the everyday’s life with all her chores including that interpretive playing my instrument or even my quotidian relationships, but the other is private, the dreams world, where I feel more comfortable, free, nomadic (I feel much more in touch with my deep, prehistoric, ancient structure) and that's where the creative process is generated, the processes are free ... touring the highlands of my inner self ... would say Deleuse and Guattari ... .. now, after having passed my "Mayan Cycle" in which the form-ratio was the most important point I use the form as a shell that is exchanged like a snake sheds her skin, leaving a structure fossil, reusable or recyclable. Contents individuations not by 'object' as matter and form, but by events found in the fuzzy space as aecceidades ... etc ...

It is the sound itself that matters in this piece, the roughness of the vibration and the amount of vibration, also transients and parasitic phenomena of "malfunctions" (greeting Russolo) are other constituents of sound, thus formants of the same language: Music language.

This work is dedicated to Omar Hernandez Hidalgo who suddenly disappeared from this world leaving a brief but stunning interpretative work on his instrument.