Natureza e arquitectura
for violin and piano
The relationship between a piece of architecture and the natural space surrounding it has been a matter of interest for architects since long time ago. This piece intends to provide a musical reflection on the dialogue that very often happens between a piece of architecture and the nature surrounding it. The work is pre-compositionally inspired by an imaginary promenade through a natural space that is suddenly affected by the presence of an imaginary piece of modern architecture. The mentioned piece of architecture would be in a process of spatial dialogue with the natural environment. Musical ‘objects’ such as themes, motifs, sections and sections are developed and harmonically shaped in order to recreate the ever-changing emotional states that an imaginary individual would undertake while travelling through this virtual promenade.
Marc Charles Montesinos, violin
Javier López Jorge, piano
Premiere: 14-12-2012. Palacio de Villahermosa, Huesca. Spain.