Keren. Duration: 6′. Composition dates: Publisher: Salabert, EAS Effectif: Pour trombone. Creation: Le , Festival Musica Strasbourg. The Trombone community on Reddit. Reddit gives you the best of the internet in one place. Xenakis: Keren for Trombone Solo. By Iannis Xenakis More by Iannis Xenakis. Persepolis · Xenakis: Iannis Xenakis: Nuits (Arr. for Guitar) · More Iannis.

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As with most of Xenakis’ music, the degree of virtuosity and stamina required to perform this work is enormous. Xenakis declined the ieren and Lindberg went back home.

When Lindberg received Troorkh, he considered it to be “practically unplayable”, with 56 high Fs and 2 F-sharps. Retrieved from ” https: Views Read Edit View history.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The composer has written a series of works for solo string instruments–which are especially well-suited to producing the effect–that explores the nuances of sliding sounds. Xenakis told him he didn’t have more time, so he asked Xenakis if he could write a trombone concerto for Lindberg.

Drinking Hanging Out In Love. Sexy Trippy All Moods. However, he received a composition for solo trombone, Kerena few years later, in Still, the work contains a great deal of lyricism, incorporating modal melodies that echo the music of exotic locales.


The score employs archaic-sounding horn calls, built on octaves rising from the trombone’s low pedal B-flat, throughout its six minutes. Share on facebook twitter tumblr. It required very high skills to be played, so he manage to work on all the difficult passages and sent a recording of the piece to Xenakis. While they play a role, the work is more a study of contrasts, of formal fluidity, as well as an exploration of the range of color and character available from the trombone.

Then, the strings join in playing clusters of music which are further developed afterwards. Xenakis’ use of nasty snarling sounds achieved by playing and singing at the same time further evoke the martial tradition of the brass instruments.

Retrieved 2 July However, he was ready to premiere it inin which he received a standing ovation. Christian Lindberg traveled to Paris to meet Xenakis for the first time and audition for him. Genre Chamber Music Classical. Jazz Latin New Age.

Keren, for trombone | Details | AllMusic

Keren is further characterized by fast, ostinato-like material in which melodic patterns built around three or four notes are repeated over and over, often with varied reorderings of the notes.

Written in for Paris-based phenomenon Benny Sluchinthe work, whose title is Hebrew for “horn,” pays homage to this performer’s Ekren roots.

The composition also features “arborescences”, a composition technique developed by Xenakis which consists of “branchings that come off of a rooted krren. It seems natural, then, that Xenakis’ only work for a solo wind or brass instrument is written for the trombone, for which the glissando is xxenakis particularly idomatic effect. As part of his very personal musical vocabulary, Iannis Xenakis has taken a special interest in exploring the various possibilities of the glissando.


Troorkh is a composition for trombone and orchestra by Greek composer Iannis Xenakis. Romantic Evening Sex All Themes. Introspection Xfnakis Night Partying. Xenakis replied to him with great satisfaction that he could finish a trombone concerto for him on June Please enable JavaScript in your browser to use the site fully.

Keren, for trombone

Thought and Mathematics in Composition Glissandi and pizzicatiwhich were his trademarks in early works, are not as present in these late works. Subsequently, Xenakis sent him 28 red roses, half a rose each high F, and stated that, in his opinion, Lindberg was the best trombone player at that time. It is dedicated to Swedish trombonist Christian Lindberg.