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Guitar 1 part from Perpetuum mobile

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"Perpetuum mobile" (2004) was commissioned by Corona Guitar Kvartet (Denmark) for new CD. MP3 file: Volkmar Zimmermann, Ester Poli, Leopoldo Saracino. Perpetuum Mobile � this presents flows of pure, smoothly sliding sounds, reminiscent of the ceaseless flow of a crystal-clear stream. This composition for three guitars does not use a mass of expressive means nor swirl senselessly in dramatic sensations. The essence of the drama lies in a sensation of a gigantic wave � it rises in degrees until its culmination and then, ebbs to a complete silence (pppp). All of it is unbelievable simple, beautiful, and clear-cut. Precisely within this lies the secret of the emotional effect caused by this creative piece. Eglė Gud�inskaitė

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