Musique électroacoustique latino-américaine

Daniel Miraglia, Presencias Reales, 2000

Durée de l'enregistrement : 10 min 42 s.
Instruments : Sons électroniques
Réalisé à : LIPM. Buenos Aires, Argentine.

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À propos de cette composition :

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Presencias reales:

Is a work which take its name of a book written by George Steiner. His understanding about art, religion, philosophy and many others aspects of human thinking is one of the strongest influences of the author.

The perceivable heterogeneity of the material that composes this piece includes from fragments of music of Luigi Nono and Gerardo Gandini, voices and to noises produced by objects of the daily life. It is structured in two sections: first it has a greater chronometric density, as well as a great heterogeneity of the materials. The second section is formed by new elements as well as by other already listened to, but organized of opposed way less to each other than those of the first part, which allows the construction of sections more extensive.

It was made at LIPM at the beginning of year 2000. Presencias reales were released the 5 of March of 2002 in IX the Festival of Electroacústica Music of Havana.

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