Nemesis (symphonic poem)

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N�mesis (poema sinf�nico)

En la mitolog�a griega N�mesis era la diosa de la Venganza, entendida como la justicia o el castigo merecido. En la mentalidad hel�nica el exceso de felicidad, de orgullo o de vanidad se interpretaba como desequilibrio que requer�a correcci�n y castigo; de restablecer el equilibrio se encargaba N�mesis.

La obra esta estructurada por una sucesi�n de movimientos alternando uno r�pido con uno lento y siguiendo el orden de los siguientes episodios:

-Anuncio- La balanza ha perdido el equilibrio, la voz de los dioses caera con fuerza anunciando el fin y el principio.

-Arrepentimiento- La humanidad ha sido sentenciada, el sentimiento de culpa aflora, mas este sentir de culpa no es puro, sino vanal.

-Temor- Desconcierto, confusi�n, ira, en definitiva miedo. Miedo a lo que esta escrito, miedo al castigo merecido.

-Oraci�n- Solo queda lugar a la suplica, a la oraci�n, al rezo. Un canto de paz y misericordia para aplacar la ira divina, para esperar que los dioses se apiaden…

-N�mesis- Los intentos de apaziguar la ira divina no son suficientes.La purga ha comenzado, la destrucci�n de lo impuro para dar paso a lo nuevo.

-Amanecer- Todo comienza de nuevo, los primeros rayos de luz aparecen en el horizonte dibujando un esperanzador halo de pureza. Destrucci�n y creaci�n terminos inexorablemente unidos para dar lugar al equilibrio.

Todos ellos dotados de una idea de unidad por medio del uso del leitmotiv principal.


Nemesis (symphonic poem) In Greek mythology Nemesis was the goddess of the Revenge, understood like justice or the deserved punishment. In the Greek mentality the excess of happiness, pride or vanity was interpreted like imbalance that required correction and punishment; to restore the balance Nemesis was in charge. The work this structured by a succession of movements alternating one express with one slow one and following the order of the following episodes:

- Announcement - Repentance - Fear - Oration - Nemesis - Dawn

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Score ID
47363
Composer
Year of composition
2005
Difficulty
Difficult (Grades 7+)
Duration
15 minutes
Instrumentation
Concert band / wind band
Genre
Modern classical music
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