ADES ARCADIANA PDF

Style Edit The piece is written to evoke images of the idyll , and does so by employing many extended string techniques, such as harmonics and glissandi. The dynamic range is wide, with rapid changes, and the piece is rhythmically very complex. The central movement, in a departure from the general style of the quartet, is loud and brash, an exaggeration of the tango. By far the most tonally and metrically traditional movement, O Albion is slow, quiet and nostalgic. The final movement is named after the river of oblivion in Greek mythology. Short, soft, high-pitched figures are played by the violins and the viola, with many harmonics , whilst the cello plays a high and lyrical melody.

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Style Edit The piece is written to evoke images of the idyll , and does so by employing many extended string techniques, such as harmonics and glissandi. The dynamic range is wide, with rapid changes, and the piece is rhythmically very complex. The central movement, in a departure from the general style of the quartet, is loud and brash, an exaggeration of the tango.

By far the most tonally and metrically traditional movement, O Albion is slow, quiet and nostalgic. The final movement is named after the river of oblivion in Greek mythology. Short, soft, high-pitched figures are played by the violins and the viola, with many harmonics , whilst the cello plays a high and lyrical melody. The piece finishes with long, overlapping notes passed around the quartet, forming a melody out of perfect fifths.

Paradise for Mr. Ades is a place of complexity rather than simplistic loveliness; in fact, the idyllic and the terrifying are closely intertwined here. One moment dark, sliding string figures evoke a dance of death; the next is a serene paean to England in slow, gracefully consonant chordal passages. Ades evokes a pantheon of sorts in fleeting, subtle, half-submerged references to Mozart, Schubert, Elgar and Wagner.

He provides scenery in stretches of descriptive scoring inspired by pastoral paintings of Poussin and Watteau. He wrote, "Arcadiana [ Arcadiana: Program Note. Retrieved September 9,

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Style[ edit ] The piece is written to evoke images of the idyll , and does so by employing many extended string techniques, such as harmonics and glissandi. The dynamic range is wide, with rapid changes, and the piece is rhythmically very complex. The central movement, in a departure from the general style of the quartet, is loud and brash, an exaggeration of the tango. By far the most tonally and metrically traditional movement, O Albion is slow, quiet and nostalgic. The final movement is named after the river of oblivion in Greek mythology.

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