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Deutsch: Die Zahl der Streichinstrumentalspielern war bestimmt (5+4 Geigern, 3 Bratschen, 2 Violoncello und 1 Kontrabass). Dazu hatte ich die Gelegenheit zwei Marimba zusetzen. Das gab mir die Idee eine eigene Anordnung und einige Instumenten als Solostimmen zu hervorheben und festzustellen: Der Titel ist ein Hinweis auf das Daseingefühl, das die gesunde Seele in der so lärmenden und dunkelen Welt erlebt: Aufschreiungen nach einen schöneren, glücklicheren Daseinmöglichkeit!

English: Commisioned by Warsaw Autumn with the support of the Ernst von Siemens Foundation, the word was composed in the spring of 2002. Exclamations is the composer’s first orchestral work that does not feature a first and second violin and violas, etc., but rather, each string instrument player performs a different part. The commission involved a fixed number of musicians available, which constituted the two miniature orchestras on either side of the space, flanking the soloists (violin, viola and contrabas). The marimbas are located behind the string players on the opposite sides of the space. This arrangement afford the spatial movement of chords and musical motifs whose opening and closing arcs all lead to the soloists’ performance. The work was first performed by the Aukso Chamber Orchestra under the baton of Marek Mos in the Lutoslawski Room of the Polish Radio on 26 September 2002.

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Year of composition
Difficult (Grades 7+)
12 minutes
Modern classical music

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