City Garden I

(PIANO & ENSEMBLE)

2013

5’30’’

The first movement of a piano concerto, which did not go beyond. [City Garden I] is a piece written in a single brushstroke, withering from beginning to end, which brings the soloist and ensemble face-to-face. Within a strict counterpoint, the piece holds a hive through constant changes in the rhythmical structures by using continuous metrical modulations.

 

Its title is a metaphor of the individual against the big city; an individual that gets immersed into its structure and finds impossible to stand his will out.

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