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Memory of Bronze

for Carillon

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  • Cat. no. 12972


Sound is an allegory of passing. A sound occurs. Importantly, it occurs in time. Not only is it a narrator representing a composer as a guide to emotions or states, but above all it surrounds and penetrates space… and time! At every moment of its existence, a sound is passing into history; it lasts only 
as long as the listener manages to capture it and remember it. For a composer, an encounter with a carillon is something out of the ordinary. Like few other instruments, the carillon is predestined to proclaim. Emitting sounds from a place which itself is a unique witness to history, and emitting them in such a very physical way, it assumes the role of a protector of history, the history that has played out all around and that is created – for how long, we
don’t know – in the sounds of a new work.

                                                                                                                                                   Agata Zubel
                                                                                                                            translated by John Comber

  • Series: Strumento
  • ISMN 979-0-2740-3607-2
  • Language of edition: pol, eng
  • Number of pages: 28
  • Cover: softcover
  • No. of edition: 1
  • Published: 2021
  • Type: instrumental solo
  • Size: N4 vertical (235x305 mm)