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Sonata for two guitars (1978) � this is a traditional sonata in three parts (dedicated to Monika and J�rgen Rostam). Here, the two guitars are not treated as though they were soloists competing with each other but as one supplementing the other, a facture that is a duet of concentrated instruments. At times, the resonances flow together, as though one performer was playing and other times, they branch out, as though several guitars were playing in an ensemble. Contrasting with the reflective central part of the music are quickened peripheral parts. The ostinato of subtle rhythmic-accord forms creates the mood of this music. The glorious resonance causes a sense of an intimate association. Within is the reserved speech of the composer except that from a dramaturgic perspective, this is what would become a quiet culmination of the composition.
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