A list of works by the Italian composer Luciano Berio. Contents. 1 s; 2 s; 3 s Sequenza I for flute (); Tempi concertanti for flute, violin, two pianos and ensemble (); Différences for flute, clarinet, harp, viola, cello and . Find composition details, parts / movement information and albums that contain performances of Sequenza VIII, for violin on AllMusic. Luciano Berio. Sheet Music – £ – The Sequenza series is regarded as one of the most important cycles of the 20th century. In this series Berio discovers the capabilities of.
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Sequenza VIII (author’s note) | Centro Studi Luciano Berio – Luciano Berio’s Official Website
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Sequenza VIII: violin
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Luciano Berio – Sequenza VIII – solo violin
Berio considered this Sequenza to be repayment of a “personal debt” to the violin, as well as an homage to Bach ‘s solo Partita in D minor. As in Sequenza VII and Sequenza IV, rapid filigree infiltrates more stolid passages to create a polyphony of textures; additionally, the mostly linear method of those pieces vlolin extended in Sequenza VII to melody on two strings at once–i. The piece circles around the note A, which stands in a permanent conflict with its neighbour B, but always in a brave, modified, varied and sequenced sense.