Abazis, Theo

Theo Abazis werd op 15 juli 1967 in Athene geboren. Opleiding Hij studeerde piano en muziektheorie aan het nationaal conservatorium van Athene. In 1987 kwam hij naar Nederland en studeerde compositie en ...

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Erotikon : a bed-tale for adults, for mixed choir and poet, 1996 / Theo Abazis

Genre: Vocaal
Subgenre: Gemengd koor
Bezetting: GK4 actor

Concerto no 2 : for violin and orchestra, 1978, (revised version 1981) / Hans Kox

Genre: Orkest
Subgenre: Viool en orkest
Bezetting: 0200 2000 str vl-solo

Concerto : per violino ed orchestra da camera, opus 23 / Jan Masséus

Genre: Orkest
Subgenre: Viool en orkest
Bezetting: 2222 2200 timp str vl-solo

Violin concerto : for violin and chamber orchestra, 1993 / Lorre Lynn Trytten

Genre: Orkest
Subgenre: Viool en orkest
Bezetting: 2fl ob ob(eh) cl cl(cl-b) 2fg 2h 2trp trb 2perc str vl-solo



Algos : for violin and orchestra, 1993 / Theo Abazis

Uitgever: Amsterdam: Donemus, 1999
Uitgavenummer: 09951
Genre: Orkest
Subgenre: Viool en orkest
Bezetting: 4232 4231 4perc pf hp str vl-solo
Bijzonderheden: Cop. 1997. - Tijdsduur: ca. 16'
Tijdsduur: 16'00"
Status: nog niet gedigitaliseerd (verwachte levertijd 14 dagen)

Program note (English): I started working on this piece in 1992. At that time the war in former Yugoslavia was escalating, which meant a serious threat for the entire Balkan area. The neo-nationalist movement was rising throughout Europe and it seemed impossible to stop. In that period I was especially impressed by the ease with which masses of people were manipulated by individuals. Ideas were adopted or discarded without any intellectual analysis, approached independent of their context and, in the end, misused to serve the interests of third parties. 'Algos' was clearly influenced by these thoughts. The violin seems to be the sensible individual that manifests his ideas, which are consequently accepted or discarded by the orchestra. Whenever an idea is accepted, it is wrongly interpreted, adapted to unrealistic expectations, and thus it loses its original character and value, so that in the end all that remains is a superficial gesture. When an idea is unfit for manipulation, it is immediately
banished as treacherous. The violin is constantly confronted with misunderstandings and abuse of its ideas, suffering under its fatal role, without hope or tension. - THEO ABAZIS

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