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„Garden Wind“ von Osmo Tapio Räihälä

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Die finnische Geigerin Maria Puusaari ist die Solistin der Uraufführung von Osmo Tapio Räihäläs „Garden Wind“ für Violine solo am 13. Mai 2017 in der Bar ‚Vakiopaine‘ in der Universitäts- und Schulstadt Jyväskylä in Mittelfinnland.

Der Komponist stellte sein von Harri Saukkomaa in Auftrag gegebenes Solowerk 2016 fertig und widmete es der türkisch-finnischen Malerin Melek Mazici.

Osmo Tapio Räihälä kommentiert „Garden Wind“ wie folgt:
“My friend, the PR entrepreneur Harri Saukkomaa, commissioned from me a small piece of music that would be his birthday present for his wife, the artist Melek Mazici. I decided to write a work for the solo violin. I find Melek Mazici’s colourful acrylic paintings on bright white very impressive, and their free, yet compact form gave me a direct inspiration to my music. The title “Garden Wind” (“Bahçedeki meltem”) is taken from one of Mazici’s paintings.
The music flows freely and in bright tones, in a similar way as paint seems to spread out on canvas. But just as in Mazici’s paintings, I wanted to keep the form compact, and “Garden Wind” thus lasts only four and half minutes. It soon turned out that this music needs to be played for wider audiences than its original recipient only.”

13. Mai 2017
Jyväskylä
Bar ‚Vakiopaine‘, 19 Uhr
Uraufführung: Osmo Tapio Räihälä,
„Garden Wind“ für Violine solo
Maria Puusaari (Violine)

Fotorechte Maria Puusaari: Markku Pihlaja

 

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