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XU Shuya

In nomine II

  • Category / Instrument : Sheng (Chinese mouth organ) and string quartet
  • Duration : 12'
  • Genre : contemporary
  • Sortiment : Score + parts
  • Number of pages : 11 + 5x4
  • Format : 24 x 32 cm
  • Publisher : Jobert
  • Code : JJ19886
  • Published : 21/06/2006
  • ISBN / ISMN : 9790230819886

Note

My first score of In Nomine, for alto flute in G, violin, viola, cello and claves, makes use of an English renaissance tradition overlooked since the time of Purcell, which is to compose a "fantasy" based on the melodic structure of the words In Nomine Domini from Benedictus from the Gloria tibi Domine Mass by John Taverner (v.1490-1575).
Ensemble Recherche initiated the first chapter of In Nomine in 1999 at Witten, with another chapter of this concert fantasy added during the thirtieth season of the Autumn Festival in Paris. For this program, 14 composers were asked to compose on the theme In Nomine (Mark André, Hugues Dufourt, Brian Ferneyhough, Georg-Friedrich Haas, Toshio Hosokawa, György Kurtág, Isabel Mundry, Brice Pauset, Gérard Pesson, Mathias Pintscher, Emilio Pomarico, Wolfgang Rihm, Salvatore Sciarrino, Xu Shuya).
The present score, a continuation of this idea for me, was commissioned by the 01 Ensemble and written for sheng, the traditional Chinese instrument, and string quartet. Two cultures are present in this music. In 2006, Wu Wei and the 01 Ensemble gave the world premier in Germany.


XU Shuya

Biography

Xu Shuya, professor of composition, director of Academic Committee of Shanghai Conservatory of Music. Born in May 1961 in Changchun of Jilin Province, he entered the composition and conducting department of Shanghai Conservatory of Music in 1978 and studied with famous composers as Zhu Jian'er and Ding Shande. [...]

Concerts

    • 20.12.2018
    • Insolation
    • Qingdao (China)
    • Blüthner Grand Theatre
    • Qingdao Symphony Orchestra, Hu Yongyan (cond.)
    • 14.09.2018
    • Insolation
    • Shanghai (China)
    • Symphony Hall
    • Zhejiang Orchestra, Shinik Hahm (cond.)
    • 02.06.2018
    • Insolation
    • Shanghai (China)
    • Conservatory of Music, Symphony Hall
    • Shanghai Philharmonic Orchestra, Liang Zhang (cond.)

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