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Requiem in Lüneburg
Live performance: 21 Oct 2007 -- 19:00
Presented by: ZlatkoTanodi
Public:
Museum of the Principality of Lueneburg, (Museum für das Fürstentum Lüneburg) 21 Electro-acoustic Music Studios International, Wandrahmstr. 10
Lüneburg -- Germany
http://www.hds.hr/member/clan_en.htm?CODE=430

After the first performance of Requiem for Soprano and Kyma at the Music Biennale Zagreb Festival, composer Zlatko Tanodi and soloist Lidija Horvat-Dunjko were invited to open the 33. Festival NEUE MUSIK LÜNEBURG 2007. The German premiere of Requiem is scheduled for the 21st of October 2007. Tanodi writes, “The idea of composing Requiem first came into my mind when I was working with Lidija Horvat Dunjko on the composition 'Anima – Animus ', also written for soprano and Kyma, and premiered at the 2001 Music Biennale Zagreb. Considering the fact that this is interactive music in which the female voice creates and controls musical parameters generated by an electronic device, the composition should have been entitled 'Requiem for a Woman Alone'. (according to Schaeffer's 'Symphonie pour un homme seul'). The piece begins with a composer's summary – a flashback made of quoted sections taken from other compositions which guide us through the time tunnel towards bright light. And this is the moment when the Mass for the Dead begins...”


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