neon minds and gentle personalities (juvenilia, mixed ensemble)

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Full details

"neon minds (and gentle personalities" is a work which tries to capture a bit of our modern political world. Whilst the 2 pianos (one of which is written for four hands), clarinet and sax symbolize the unstoppable progress of our world, the sopranos and alts argue with the tenors and basses, as respectively liberal and conservative persons.

After a light conversation, the music starts, both parties shout their respects to each other. Both make their first statements and are joined in harmony. A discussion starts. The conductor interrupts the discussion to announce a little light music. After a piano solo, there is a small waltz, which is interrupted to recommence the discussion, which has become very agressive, with screams and yells. This culminates as they scream "Yes!"/"No!", whilst the conductor tries to calm then. The singers then make their final statement, ending in a strange sort of agreement. The piece ends with them greeting each other in respect, though the pianos make it clear to us, that progression will never stop.


Score ID
61911
Year of composition
2007
Lyricist
Joris van der Herten
Difficulty
Difficult (Grades 7+)
Duration
3 minutes
Instrumentation
Large mixed ensemble
Genre
Modern classical music
Licensing

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