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Tres cançons de Carner for voice and piano

Tres cançons de Carner for voice and piano-Quaderns de cançó (publicació en paper)-Music Schools and Conservatoires Advanced Level-Scores Advanced

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Author/Composer

Antoni Ros Marbà

Text

Josep Carner

Field

Music Schools and Conservatoires Advanced Level
Scores Advanced

Collection

Quaderns de cançó (publicació en paper) Nr. 17

Language

Catalan

Format

Score

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Contents

Antoni Ros-Marbà makes composition an essential cornerstone of lived experience. Thinking about music and analysing it is inseparable. Whether it is in front of an orchestra or on music paper with a pencil: the sound has to be created. Compositions are an interplay with the setting, stemming from the footprint left by the experience witnessed. They become a plunge into transcendent spaces that cannot be deciphered by words.

Toni Madigan tells us that he “sails against the current”, as he has never been affiliated with any “ism” or trend. For Ros-Marbà there are no specific or absolute references, nor particular organisational systems. Atonal passages do not seek to steer away from tonal sounds: moments experienced or readings help to discover sound and form. The search for an internal order derives from a more southern image where the qualities of sound resemble the Mediterranean gleam, without wishing to exploit the recurring cliché.

Lieder on text by Josep Carner call the voice to be delivered meticulously: it must utter with restraint, paying attention to the small details, to the ambiences imbued by the piano. The harmonies on fifths and sevenths create landscapes over which poetry flows.

• “Enyor” comes from the book Poesia, marked by Carner’s exile and the remoteness of a land that became his own, steeped in other memories. Ros-Marbà dedicated it to Eduard Toldrà’s daughter Narcisa in 2019.

• “Retorn a Catalunya” takes us to 1970, the date of Carner’s return. Ros-Marbà shares his love for the land through subtle but obvious sound gestures. The sonorous essence is made tangible, like the distant singing of a cricket.

• The sonnet “1714” was published by Carner on 11 September 1920. He was especially fond of the poem. However, the epic does not fit into Carner’s poem. The dissonances of the score tear up the fratricide of 1714. It is with a deafening silence that we hear how the city fell in 1714, mindful of the trembling of the wind, the interior sounds that derive from a “defeated people who survive the kings”.
 
Francesc Cortès
January 2021

Instrumental and vocal formations

Wind Instruments Ensemble, Chamber Ensemble, Wind Trio

Instruments

Voice, Piano

Technical Specifications

Measurements

21 x 29,7 cm, vertical

Binding

Staple, Staple and stretch wrapping

Shrink-wrap

Score and parts

Number of Pages

19

ISMN

979-0-69238-963-7

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