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It is described by the composer as “a compound artificial landscape or ‘imaginary landscape’, to use Paul Klee’s title Silbury Air is a musical composition for chamber ensemble by the English composer Sir Harrison Birtwistle. You will regularly receive information about new scores with free downloads, current prize games and news about our composers.
A performance lasts around sixteen minutes. With so much argument crammed into so relatively short a span, it is a work that cries out for early repetition. Views Read Edit View history. Some Petals from my Twickenham Herbarium.
Compositions by Harrison Birtwistle. Dedicated to the memory of Serge and Natalie Koussevitzsky.
Sir Harrison Birtwistle: Silbury Air
His latest work, Silbury Air, given its first performance by the London Sinfonietta under Elgar Howarth, is another is his sequence of landscape works, but it presents a striking new development. In the second half the “Air” of the title emerges on the flutebefore moving to the woodwindat a tempo independent of the pulse of the rest of the ensemble.
Sir Harrison Birtwistle Instrumentation: Silbury Airrev. However the mood of the piece is not contemplative. This page was last edited on 21 Juneat List of compositions by Harrison Birtwistle Category: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Compositions by Harrison Birtwistle compositions. I have read the data protection statement and agree to its validity. These objects themselves being subjected to a vigorous invented logic via modes of juxtaposition, modes of repetition, modes of change.
Its use and purpose, after centuries of speculation, still remain a mystery. The result is dramatic and immediately exciting, contradicting in its vitality the birtaistle of static blocks of sound on which Birtwistle has usually relied, but equally showing the firmest possible architectural sense, with each section relating naturally and satisfyingly to the rest.
Birtwistle has stated that the piece follows a strict logical pattern, but chooses not to disclose what that is, much as Silbury Hill has never revealed its purpose to archaeologists.
Harrison Birtwistle – Silbury Air & Secret Theatre –
Four chords on the harp bring the work to a conclusion. The music of the Air is not in any way meant to be a romantic reflection of the hill’s enigmatic location — nor a parallel with any of its evident geometry. Written in and revised init takes as its inspiration the prehistoric mound of Silbury Hill in Wiltshirewith its connotations of the spiritual and mysterious: A Garland for Dr. Retrieved from ” https: Seen from a distance the hill presents itself as an artificial but organic intruder on the landscape.