"Opera KET" scene 2

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Composer
Year of composition
2001
Lyricist
Geert Van Istendael
Difficulty
Difficult (Grades 7+)
Duration
9 minutes
Genre
Modern classical music
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My opera "KET" is about integration in a big city with the same name. The original libretto is from the old political Belgian TV journalist Geert Van Istendael who wrote nice poetry and books about Brussels.It's about the rich and the poor,black and white and the unpossible love between an immigrant Ali and a well educated lady secretary Muri?l.

In the 2nd scene there is first a slow introduction with the mysterious voice of Mama City. Then comes a fast mouvement with a passagaglia motive in the bass describes the conversation between the boss and his secretary. They feel strong because they will earn much money with the construction of new buildings thanks to corruption. Then follows a drinking song and they end fully drunk. They could only whistling with the lonely voice of an accordion.

The score is for big orchestra and rock-band. The MP3 recording is from the live performance in the Ancienne Belgique in Brussels.The conductor is Tom Deneckere.

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