LOUIS ANDRIESSEN WORKERS UNION PDF

Louis Andriessen. Just as Four Organs was a fitting start to tonight's concert, so the final piece on tonight's program is the place to end. Louis Andriessen b. His father and brother were both composers, and while he had an immediate entree into European modernism in the beginning of his musical life, by the end of the s he was a full-on Marxist. His music forms a bridge between the trance-like works of Reich and Glass and the music of David Lang. He stands on the other side of Minimalism - with its large structure and length, Workers Union , written for "any loud sounding group of instruments," is an assault of repetition and dynamics.

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The skill and concentration required for each musician to remain exactly in unison with the rest of the ensemble throughout as Andriessen constantly varies and changes the rhythmic patterns makes a performance exhilarating to watch as it, on one level, becomes an act of physical agility. And in his performance note in the score he says: " Only in the case of every player playing with such an intention that their part is an essential one, the work will succeed; just as in the political work.

The piece is all about rhythm and Andriessen manages to create a single span of music that is uncompromising, obsessive, relentless and constantly surprising. A real tour de force of musical invention. He achieves this by using a very simple rhythmic cell as the basis for the entire work which you can hear in the opening moments of the piece.

So you hear new ideas being introduced in the music but they always sound related. This helps give the piece a feeling of fusion. By signing up, you consent to the terms of our privacy policy. Published: 1 Sep More like this. Listening Guide: Salvatore Sciarrino 20 Oct Get more from the London Sinfonietta For all the latest stories, announcements and opportunities, sign up to our e-list

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Louis Andriessen: Workers Union

Workers Union is a composition by Louis Andriessen intended for any loud-sounding group of instruments; Andriessen did not want to handicap orchestras by providing a list of instruments. It is a melodically indeterminate piece; this means there is no key and no defined melody. Sections may be repeated as many times as the conductor wishes, resulting in varying performance lengths. Every instrument plays different notes that follow the same rhythm and ascending or descending patterns. This creates an atonal piece with many polyphonic phrases.

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Louis Andriessen

The skill and concentration required for each musician to remain exactly in unison with the rest of the ensemble throughout as Andriessen constantly varies and changes the rhythmic patterns makes a performance exhilarating to watch as it, on one level, becomes an act of physical agility. And in his performance note in the score he says: " Only in the case of every player playing with such an intention that their part is an essential one, the work will succeed; just as in the political work. The piece is all about rhythm and Andriessen manages to create a single span of music that is uncompromising, obsessive, relentless and constantly surprising. A real tour de force of musical invention. He achieves this by using a very simple rhythmic cell as the basis for the entire work which you can hear in the opening moments of the piece. So you hear new ideas being introduced in the music but they always sound related.

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Listening Guide: Louis Andriessen's Workers Union

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