Windows – Fenêtres – Ventanas (Torre, Salvador)




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Performers Orquesta Filarmónica de Jalisco, México. June 15 2010
Publisher Info. Salvador Torré
Misc. Notes this version is to slow but is the only one available (2015)
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Work Title Windows – Fenêtres – Ventanas for Large Symphony Orchestra
Alternative. Title Ventanas - Windows – Fenêtres
Composer Torre, Salvador
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's One
Year/Date of CompositionY/D of Comp. 2010
First Performance. 2012-06-15
Average DurationAvg. Duration 15 minutes
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Modern
Piece Style Modern
Instrumentation Symphony Orchestra (Large)

Misc. Comments

Windows – Fenêtres – Ventanas for symphony orchestra. Program Note: ... listen and indulge yourself in what you hear ... the title may give an idea, but not necessary follow that idea if you want ... but is better get yours ...

The idea of this composition is the " instant" timely and temporary, which then displays or stretch over time. This moment can be taken under his discreet presence as temporary low energy, or in violent as condensation and discharge energy compact temporal aspect. The moment may have several treatments, as least take timely entity, or as a temporary breakdown opening into its constituent elements forming "windows" in time. Horizontal and vertical ranging from very dense to almost empty are showing the internal elements of which are made these windows. For example windows rarefied structure or "empty" have varying degrees of "expected" or expectant time, "smooth time" kind of silences assets that serve as unifying element of the piece. The shape of the piece as a whole is perfectly or artistically or perceptually symmetric, simulating a giant window with two large wing composed of small temporal mirrored windows inside time and musical space.