Trois Regards sur la Révolution

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Eduard ARTEMIEV: 12 looks on the world of sounds The piece was made in 1970 with the ANS synthesizer from Murzin. The work begins with an introduction made with an instrument of the family of jew's harps, the "Temir-Komonz", Kyrgyz instrument whose sound is produced by the pinching of a small steel blade and whose resonator is the oral cavity . During the performance, there is a permanent drone, the basic sound of the harmonic scale. The melody is modulated by changing the opening of the mouth. In German, it is called "Monltrommel" (drum of mouth). 12 parts: first part: ... continued below

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Artemiev, Eduard, 1937- 1989.

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  • Main Title: Trois Regards sur la Révolution
  • Series Title: MISAME

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Eduard ARTEMIEV: 12 looks on the world of sounds

The piece was made in 1970 with the ANS synthesizer from Murzin. The work begins with an introduction made with an instrument of the family of jew's harps, the "Temir-Komonz", Kyrgyz instrument whose sound is produced by the pinching of a small steel blade and whose resonator is the oral cavity . During the performance, there is a permanent drone, the basic sound of the harmonic scale. The melody is modulated by changing the opening of the mouth. In German, it is called "Monltrommel" (drum of mouth).
12 parts: first part: "The acoustic versions", second part: "The spectral line", third part: "The decomposition of the stamp", fourth part: "The harmony of the timbre", fifth part: "Variations of the movements and of rhythm ", sixth part" The inverted harmonic versions ", seventh part:" Horizontal-vertical polyphony ", eighth part:" The variation ", ninth part:" The symbolism ", tenth part:" The mounting of the stamp ", eleventh part: "Free play", part two: "It's the same timbre in a free game of all its harmonic sounds that are reproduced in a free rhythm on an equal dynamic level.
To continue these variations could be interesting. The general line of the variations is the passage by zones and blocks towards the separated harmonics, towards their destruction and in the contrasted sense by collecting together the harmonics.
The timbre space - this is the space of perspective. From here comes the form of the composition - from unity to the details that make up the structure.

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  • June 12, 2019, 9:59 p.m.

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Artemiev, Eduard, 1937-. Trois Regards sur la Révolution, audio recording, 1989; Bourges, France. (https://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc1505846/: accessed July 17, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, https://digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Music Library.