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Tan Duns „Symphonic Poem of Three Notes: La-Si-Do“ in Österreich

Tan Dun - Symphonic Poem of Three Notes ÖEA

Am 14. Mai 2014 wird das Bruckner Orchester Linz unter der Leitung des chinesischen Dirigenten Muhai Tang das Orchesterwerk „Symphonic Poem of Three Notes: La-Si-Do“ von Tan Dun in Linz zur österreichischen Erstaufführung bringen.

Das Werk stammt aus dem Jahr 2010. Dem Orchesterwerk liegt Tan Duns Streichquartett „Eight Colors“ zugrunde, das in den 1980er Jahren entstand.

Tan Dun zu seinem Werk:
“The three solfège pitches LA, SI and DO have always reminded me of the abc phenomenon – the meaning of things starting, of beginning and the origin of everything. I was fascinated by how this idea became a metaphor for man and nature’s life and spirit. One day I received a phone call from the Teatro Real Opera in Madrid, they were planning a surprise seventieth birthday celebration for Plácido Domingo and called me to ask whether I could write a work for the occasion. Instantly I said yes! Since working with Plácido on my opera The First Emperor, he has truly become one of my dear friends. When first imagining the piece, I thought it very celebratory to use Plácido’s name as part of the music – when you rap his name ‘Plácido’ it sounds like LA SI DO. I used the notes LA SI DO/A-B-C to form the musical theme of this symphonic poem. The beginning of the piece echoes the start of new life, like a dream it unfolds with the sounds of birds, incense, wind and rain - the tubular chimes start to sing and LA SI DO appears for the first time. This theme then unfolds in a variety of textures: symphonic rapping, instrumental and vocal hip-hop, blowing sounds and stones. Through the course of the piece, the industrial break drums and car wheel sounds join in representing nature and life growing and progressing into cities and societies. The climax erupts with the rapping and shouting of PLA CI DO and falls with chanting and foot stamping as these three notes return back to nature, back to the origin and back to the future. Fortunately in the end, I had help from the Audi Summer Festival in Shanghai to finally finish the piece and I called it Symphonic Poem of Three Notes in celebration of my friend Pla-ci-do.”

Das Orchesterwerk erlebte seine deutsche Erstaufführung durch die Bielefelder Philharmoniker unter Muhai Tang im vergangenen Jahr am 22. Februar 2013 in Bielefeld.

14. Mai 2014
Linz
Brucknerhaus, Großer Saal, 19:30 Uhr
Österreichische Erstaufführung: Tan Dun,
„Symphonic Poem of Three Notes: La-Si-Do” für Orchester
Bruckner Orchester Linz
Muhai Tang (Leitung)

 

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