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Kerkelov, Peter

Peter Kerkelov is a Bulgarian composer born on 18th January 1984. EDUCATION: Currently Peter Kerkelov is pursuing PhD in Ethnomusicology at Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia. He holds Master’s degree in ...

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Horó/Xopo : for amplified chamber ensemble / Peter Kerkelov

Genre: Electronische Muziek
Subgenre: Gemengd ensemble (2-12 spelers) met elektronica
Bezetting: cl-b g-e perc keyb vc db

Zonnegang : voor mannenkoor en orkest / [tekst] René de Clercq, Henri Zagwijn

Genre: Vocaal
Subgenre: Mannenkoor en orkest
Bezetting: MK4 2322 4330 timp perc str

Architekton : for 4 pianists, narrator and orchestra / Valery Voronov

Genre: Onbekend

Two songs : (from the opera Naima), for mezzo-soprano and piano, 1985 / Theo Loevendie

Genre: Vocaal
Subgenre: Zangstem en piano
Bezetting: sopr-m pf

 

compositie

Time Etudes : for solo voice, two female choirs and orchestra / Peter Kerkelov

Uitgavenummer: 16564
Genre: Onbekend
Bezetting: 3322-223-2perc., pno/celesta, arpa-2 cori femminili, voce solo-9vni, 4vc, 4cb
Tijdsduur: 22'00"
Status: nog niet gedigitaliseerd (verwachte levertijd 14 dagen)

Toelichting:
The Composition received “recommended work” at the 63rd International Rostrum of Composer 2016, Wroclaw.
Commissioned by Bulgarian National Radio.
“Time Etudes” does not attempt to musically deal with the subject of time as a deep philosophical question – infinity, stillness, immensity. Instead it uses the idea of “human” time – measurable, cyclical, finite... But human in time is far beyond the numbers he creates. It is about observation, childhood memories, rituals – all kinds of vital acts, that need time to unfold and thus we to unfold through them. And that merging of needless measure and foolish emotion is what gives time a true paradoxical beauty. The (close to) equally long studies of this composition are like six identically sized canvases, in which same spaces of density and emptiness are rearranged in different ways. It is a trial of a hopeless plea to understand what to do with “all this time”, to find the connection. But may be at the end of all this Hamlet awaits and retorts: “The time is out of joint”

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