Violoncello part from Fanfare

Concert Etude for Violoncello & Piano

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"Fanfare“ – Concert Etude for violoncello & piano was written in January 2012 and though originally scored for double bass and piano, it was completed as a cello work. The work is characterized by bipolar idea - the title is manifested in piano part’s declamatory and melismatically ornamented theme while the cello part brings the subtitled etude character through ostinato-like obsessive arpeggios. Those arpeggios start at a limited range at the beginning, then are being broken by short flashes of thematic material as well as with a large pizzicato section, while at the last part of the work their range develops intensely to its limits and explores the instrument’s different registers. Cello and piano part stay throughout the work seemingly separeted of each other, yet contribute together in building of a strong growing impulse.

4 minutes
Modern classical music

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