Structurally, Fratres consists of a set of nine chord sequences , separated by a recurring percussion motif the so-called "refuge". The chord sequences themselves follow a pattern, and while the progressing chords explore a rich harmonic space, they have been generated by means of a simple formula. Fratres is driven by three main voices. The entire piece is accompanied by drones in A and E, which are primarily heard in the refuge between each sequence. The chords are created by the movement of the three voices: the low voice starts at C ; the high voice starts at E.
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To use these UE now products digitally, connect to Newzik during check-out. Fratres original setting for violin and piano was commissioned by the Salzburg Festival and premiered on August 17th, at that very place violin: Gidon Kremer, piano: Elena Kremer. The particular timbre of an instrument is part of the music, but it is not the most important element. If it were, I would be surrendering to the essence of the music.
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