Title. Analysis of Luciano Berio’s Points on a Curve to Find. Abstract. I shall present my analysis of this piece in three sections. First I will discuss the construction. Find composition details, parts / movement information and albums that contain Luciano Berio. Points on the Curve to Find, for piano & 23 instruments. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Points On The Curve To Find – Folk Songs – Sequenza VII – Laborintus II on Discogs.
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In this tradition of Berio -works, “Points on the Curve to Find The quality of “what is there” in this music uncannily suggests, even more so, “what is not there. The piano repeats its cycle, adding a tone to the end and shaving one off the thf, and the ensemble accrues its pitches into rapidly shifting harmonies.
Analysis of Luciano Berio’s Points on a Curve to Find
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The minute score is not a little like some vortex in its construction, or perhaps something like a black hole: Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip. Specifically, the piano is the engine, and with unremittingly fertility it continually regenerates a cycle of ten distinct pitches, hovering on two of them at a time in quick oscillation; with each of these hoverings, it seems to transmit those tones to single members of the ensemble, who elaborate and extend those tones. What’s perhaps most fascinating about “Points At some level, good artistic work does what good religion does: Drinking Hanging Out In Love.
Luciano Beriofor instance, is hardly a religious composer; but he’s long been preoccupied by the art of engendering impossible objects, and from the early ’70s on has developed a whole genre of piece which make an almost ritualistic spectacle of virtuosic self-generation. It affords a moment of apparition, or transubstantiation — the revelation of some mystery or making-into-body of some spirit — which fail all accounts but that of the miraculous, at least for a moment.
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