Title Instrumentation Duration Year
Perspectives II Ensemble 8′ circa 2013
Ensemble: flute, clarinet / piano / violin, cello, doublebass
First performance: 22.04.2013, Auditorium of the “G. Verdi” Conservatory, Turin (IT) – Filippo Del Noce – flute, Takayo Hiramatsu – clarinet, Tu Dejing – piano, Matteo Ruffo – violin, Amedeo Fenoglio – cello, Kaveh Daneshmand – doublebass; Francesco Pellegrino -conductor
In Perspectives the idea is to adapt the concept of perspective and anamorphosis, which mainly concern the visual arts, to music by means of a common basic material that is not initially revealed but undergoes successive modifications like juxtaposition of different sonar panels that are actually built in a specular manner, refractions of significant fragments, exasperation of major gestures, and so forth. Referring to anamorphosis, the basic material is revealed only at about half of the piece through a virtuoso solo; anamorphic images, in fact, are solely comprehensible if the eye is placed in a particular point, in which the deformation disappears, giving way to a perfectly clear and proportionally exact image, albeit with strong illusionistic overtones.
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