Musique électroacoustique latino-américaine

alcides lanza, plectros II (1966-I), 1966

Durée de l'enregistrement : 4 min 52 s.
Instruments : Pour piano et sons électroniques
Réalisé à : Columbia-Princeton Electronic Music Center. New York, États-Unis.
Remarques : Clara Lichtenstein Recital Hall. alcides lanza, piano.

Autres ressources disponibles :
- Biographie de alcides lanza
- Compositions par alcides lanza

À propos de cette composition :

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This composition was written in NYC, at the Columbia-Princeton Electronic Music Center. this was lanza's second tape composition. it was written for Chilean pianist Carla Hübner and is dedicated to her. she premiered the work at the IV Contemporary Music Spring Festival, in Bloomington, Indiana, in May 1966.

plectros II extends the ideas already used in lanza's plectros I [1962] that is, the opposition of two different worlds of sounds. the pianist produces 'electronic type sounds' by the interaction of techniques using the keyboard and playing directly on the strings; on the other hand the electronic tape has synthetic 'quasi-piano' type of materials. graphic notation in the score part goes hand in hand with conventional notation.

plectrum: small piece of wood, metal, ivory or hard plastic, used for plucking string on music instruments. also, an anatomical part resembling a 'plectrum' in shape [from the Greek 'plektron'].

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