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Fulkerson, James

James Fulkerson werd op 2 juli 1945 in Illinois (USA) geboren. Opleiding Hij studeerde aan de Wesleyan University (B.A., 1966) en de University of Illinois (M.M., 1969). Hij had tromboneles van Carmine ...

gerelateerde werken

For Morty Feldman, II : for tuba solo and pre-recorded tape, 1991 / James Fulkerson

Genre: Kamermuziek
Subgenre: Tuba; Elektronica met verschillende instrumenten
Bezetting: tb tape

Fall out : for wind instruments, percussion, piano and double bass, 1981, revision 1982 / Chiel Meijering

Genre: Orkest
Subgenre: Groot ensemble (12 of meer spelers)
Bezetting: 1000 3sax 1330 perc pf cb

Zip : voor ensemble, 1989 / Chiel Meijering

Genre: Orkest
Subgenre: Groot ensemble (12 of meer spelers)
Bezetting: 0020 sax-a 0100 (perc ad lib.) pf 4vl 2vc 2cb

Keep going : for 20 wind instruments, violin, cello and double-bass, (1972) / Hans Kornac

Genre: Orkest
Subgenre: Groot ensemble (12 of meer spelers)
Bezetting: 2243 sax 4220 vl vc cb

 

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Pessoa I : for instrumental ensemble, 1992 / James Fulkerson

Uitgever: Amsterdam: Donemus, cop. 1992
Uitgavenummer: 08136
Genre: Orkest
Subgenre: Groot ensemble (12 of meer spelers)
Bezetting: 2010 2sax 2121 vibr el.g g-b pf
Bijzonderheden: Voor 2 fluiten, klarinet, 2 altsaxofoons, trompet, 2 hoorns, 2 trombones, tuba, el. gitaar, piano, basgitaar en vibrafoon. - Met voorw. - Opgedragen aan De Ereprijs. - Tijdsduur: ca. 14'
Tijdsduur: 14'00"
Aantal spelers: 15
Compositiejaar: 1992
Status: nog niet gedigitaliseerd (verwachte levertijd 14 dagen)

Toelichting:
Program note (English): Pessoa's heteronyms coped with a problem which afflicts everyone writing now. 'I must say that', one thinks, 'and yet how, in this day and age, can I? It is me, but only part of me. A part, but still essential. It will be false if I write as I.' Any honest writer now has at times to make so many qualifications that they either overload his art or inhibit it, unless a persona enables him to explore without hedging. Pessoa set himself free by hiving off three great swarms of his thoughts and feelings, and setting them free ... (Jonathan Griffin, Fernando Pessoa: selected poems, Harmondsworth, 1971). This problem of living with images which float constantly in and out of the edges of one's conciousness is a problem which we all experience and indeed, Griffin's statement brilliantly states the dilemma which it creates for us. Yet, these images continue to go in and out of our consciousness precisely because of this dilemma. We cannot use them because they 'belong to someone else'
or 'because one cannot use that kind of material' - yet - they continue to re-appear because they demand to be confronted and worked through them and because I believe we can only write about that which we know firsthand. - JAMES FULKERSON

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