Schlee, Thomas Daniel
Sursum chordis corda for piano op. 81a
- Virtuosic piano piece
- Impressive sound effects
- Suitable as a competition or jury piece for music students
Edition no.
BA 11051
ISMN
9790006525614
Instrumentation of the work
Piano
Product format
Performance score
Instrumentation
Piano
Comments
World Premiere 12/11/2013, Leverkusen
Binding
Stapled
Pages / Format
15 S. - 34,0 x 27,2 cm
Composer Daniel Schlee wrote about his piano piece “Sursum chordis corda”:
“The third movement of my Second Symphony is titled “Sursum corda” – a liturgical call to lift up our hearts. This call is answered by joyfully flowing music. The piano version is neither a particella nor an intabulation in the traditional sense; it adapts the essential elements of the musical process, partially reinterpreting them to suit the wealth of possibilities the piano offers in terms of sound and technique. The scope of the work ranges from the impetus of emphatic chord progressions and carillon-like passages through to lyrical phrases.”
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