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„Motherlode“ – Neues Werk von Osmo Tapio Räihälä


Am 9. September 2016 kommt es in Helsinki zur Uraufführung des neuen Ensemblewerks „Motherlode“ von Osmo Tapio Räihälä. Im G Livelab wird das ‚defunensemble’, dem der finnische Komponist sein Werk gewidmet hat, die 2016 fertig gestellte Komposition für verstärktes Violoncello mit Live-Elektronik und Ensemble präsentieren.

Das 2009 gegründete finnische Ensemble besteht aus den Mitgliedern Hanna Kinnunen (Flöte), Mikko Raasakka (Klarinette), Lily-Marlene Puusepp (Harfe), Emil Holmström (Klavier), Markus Hohti (Violoncello), Timo Kurkikangas, Anders Pohjola und Marko Myöhänen (alle Elektronik) und Sami Klemola (Ensembleleitung).

Osmo Tapio Räihälä kommentiert sein Werk wie folgt:
“’Motherlode’ is a work for cello and live electronics, and an ensemble of flute/alto flute, clarinet/bass clarinet, harp, piano and sound engineer – this is the line-up of the Finnish ‘defunensemble’, who specialize in electro acoustic music. The solo cello part was written for Markus Hohti, and the pre-set sound effects for the soloist were worked closely together with him. The original idea of the work dates already from 2012, but just as usual, the ripening took several years, and the score was finished in March 2016, helped by a grant from the Arts Promotion Centre of Finland. In ‘Motherlode’ only the cello uses pre-set sounds, that the cellist operates by feet, as the other instruments are only amplified, with the volume and reverb adjusted to the venue of performance. The work starts with a lengthy cello solo, titled Phantasmagoria, and the soloist is the pivot – or a motherlode! – of the work throughout the ca. 17 minutes that it lasts. The second movement is titled Bedlam, the third Nausea, the following Revival and the final Noctilucence. All movements are played without a pause.”

9. September 2016
G Livelab
Uraufführung: Osmo Tapio Räihälä,
„Motherlode“ für verstärktes Violoncello mit Live-Elektronik und Ensemble


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