Lutoslawski - Postludes for Orchestra No. 1

Vectoral Analysis by Diego Barbosa-Vásquez Lutoslawski - Postludes for Orchestra No. 1 *Remember to participate in the forum if you want to debate any point described at this analysis. Historical Background The concept of serialistic structures more than series gives sense to this work in 1964. Since Stravinsky approaches to serialism in 1952, with some parts of the series, important advances in its concept were development. Milton Babbitt created concepts of series aggrupation that gives a new concept of saturation. Those advances started a development in rhythm and dynamic too. However, this work is focused only in the serialistic structures of pitch tones. Overview, Structure, and Texture

Barbosa-Vasquez Conducts Rachmaninov in California

Sharing stage with the concertino of the prestigious LA Philharmonic, Nathan Cole, Maestro Barbosa-Vásquez will be accompanying the talented Venezuelan pianist Jesus Toro with Sergei Rachmanoniv's Piano Concerto No. 2. Version en Español: https://goo.gl/odZx1U On Friday, September 29, 2017, the event will be held at the Haugh Performing Arts Center (Citrus College Glendora - California) where the Colombian maestro Diego Barbosa-Vasquez will be part of the concert that will start the APU Symphony Orchestra's 2017-2018 season, an American university where he currently pursuing his master degree in opera and orchestra conducting. This will be a special concert with high demanding. On the one ha

Barbosa-Vásquez dirige Rachmaninov en California

Compartiendo escenario con el concertino de la prestigiosa LA Philharmonic, Nathan Cole, el maestro Barbosa-Vásquez estará acompañando al talentoso pianista venezolano Jesus Toro con el concierto para piano No. 2 de Sergei Rachmanoniv. English Version: https://goo.gl/7u6FD4 El viernes 29 de septiembre de 2017 la cita será en Haugh Performing Arts Center (Citrus College Glendora- California) donde el maestro colombiano Diego Barbosa-Vásquez hará parte del concierto que dará comienzo a la temporada 2017-2018 de la Orquesta Sinfónica de APU, universidad estadounidense donde actualmente realiza su maestría en dirección de ópera y orquesta. Un concierto especial con alta exigencia. Por un lado co

Stravinsky: In memoriam Dylan Thomas // Dirge – Canons: Prelude, Postlude

Vectoral Analysis by Diego Barbosa-Vásquez Stravinsky: In memoriam Dylan Thomas / Dirge – Canons: Prelude, Postlude *Remember to participate in the forum if you want to debate any point described at this analysis. Historical Background Stravinsky serialism’s works were composed at the end of his life. His first work that uses the concept of serialism is “Tomorrow Shall be my Dancing Day” composed in 1952[1]. On the other hand, “In memoriam Dylan Thomas” is a work composed in 1954 that was written honoring this writer, who passed away in a trip to see Stravinsky and start an opera.[2] Those fact creates a different approach to the serialisim due to the huge tradition influence in Stravinsky i

Copland: 12 Poems of Emily Dickinson // Mov. 4 The World Feels Dusty

Vectoral Analysis by Diego Barbosa-Vásquez Copland: 12 Poems of Emily Dickinson / Mov. 4 The World Feels Dusty *Remember to participate in the forum if you want to debate any point described at this analysis. Historical Background Copland music has an important influence of the tradition.[1] While European composers are focused in the complexity (serialistic, rhythmic development, colors) and the USA composers like Cage in the emancipation of the noise; Copland prefers to create music in a more conservative way. It can be seen in the way that the composer arrangement the ideas in classical forms and how the phrases are built in this movement. Although that not means that it does not have im

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