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Wind-Drumming

COMPOSER: Poul Ruders
PUBLISHER: Edition Wilhelm Hansen
PRODUCT TYPE: Score
INSTRUMENT GROUP: Orchestra
Programme Note Poul Ruders WIND-DRUMMING WIND-DRUMMING was written in 1979 on a commission from The Danish Percussion Ensemble. The piece is a clash of two kinds of sound-associations, the mystic, exotic impact of Latin-American drumming, and the more well dressed reputation of Western
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Composer Poul Ruders
Publisher Edition Wilhelm Hansen
Instrumentation Orchestra
Product Type Score
Instrument Group Orchestra
Style Period Post 1901
Year of Publication 2013
Genre Classical
ISBN 9788759827482
Style Period Post 1901
No. Pages 54
No. WH31776
Description
Programme Note Poul Ruders WIND-DRUMMING WIND-DRUMMING was written in 1979 on a commission from The Danish Percussion Ensemble. The piece is a clash of two kinds of sound-associations, the mystic, exotic impact of Latin-American drumming, and the more well dressed reputation of Western concert-instruments, in this case a wind-quintet (w. electric flute). The two instrumental camps either melt into one soft humming ritual or are split wide apart, the winds tearing their way through the undergrowth of rainforest-drumming. There is more than one way of getting on to WIND-DRUMMING: obviously it is about the confrontation of two incongruent ways of living, a lament on the damage done tothe tropical rainforests of the world by modern civilisation. One can hear it plainly as a direct rhythm-show, a downright number or a joyous homage to the most exiting kind of folkloristic music at all: the carnal spell of the Brazilian Samba. Poul Ruders
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