des nachts - Pföß, Patrick
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at night - for baroque transverse fluteThis piece follows the traditional style of an Nocturne, an obituary of the day, an echo. By using the particularities of the transverse flute, this piece creates its very own character. The different fingerings in order to achieve the slight enharmonic differences in tempering, are absolutely crucial for this piece. Multiple playing techniques such as flattement, tongue pizzicato, fluctuation-tones and the possibility to hold tones extremely long are used. The instrument of choice should be a four-part transverse flute with one key, like for example G. A…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
at night - for baroque transverse fluteThis piece follows the traditional style of an Nocturne, an obituary of the day, an echo. By using the particularities of the transverse flute, this piece creates its very own character. The different fingerings in order to achieve the slight enharmonic differences in tempering, are absolutely crucial for this piece. Multiple playing techniques such as flattement, tongue pizzicato, fluctuation-tones and the possibility to hold tones extremely long are used. The instrument of choice should be a four-part transverse flute with one key, like for example G. A Rottenburgh, J.W. Oberlender, Buffardin Le Fils, J. Denner, G. Castel or similar, also with a fingeringchart from J. J. Quantz.
  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: Books on Demand
  • Seitenzahl: 8
  • Erscheinungstermin: 3. Juni 2021
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 294mm x 210mm x 10mm
  • Gewicht: 57g
  • ISBN-13: 9783754305607
  • ISBN-10: 3754305603
  • Artikelnr.: 62016000
Autorenporträt
Pföß, PatrickPatrick Pföß (born in 1981) studied composition with Georges Nicolas Wolff (Hamburg), with Christoph Ogiermann (Bremen) and baroque transverse flute with Laurence Dean (Hamburg). 2009 he was awarded with the ARTS-Kulturförderpreis, 2011 with the award of the Bayerische Akademie der schönen Künste and 2019 he received the Herbert-Baumann composition award. His oeuvre consists of chamber-, orchestral-, and choirmusic, a chamber opera Cuchulinn and electronical music. Patrick Pföß used the baroque transverse flute in the composition Stimmen II (Voices II) for transverse flute and live-electronics.