Edgard varèse* varèse·- concertgebouworkest* royal concertgebouw orchestra·, asko ensemble , riccardo


Density is a piece of music for solo flute written by Edgard Varèse in 1936 and revised in 1946. George Perle (1990) analyses the piece both harmonically and motivically, and describes its background structure. Formally, he says, the piece consists of two parts of nearly equal length, the end of the first section being bars 24–28. The piece uses interval cycles, "inherently non-diatonic symmetrical elements." The opening ten bars outline a tritone, C♯–G, itself further d … ivided into minor thirds (by E) with the upper minor third differentiated by a passing tone, F♯, that is lacking in the lower minor third. Thus the diminished seventh chord, or rather C31, interval cycle, partitions the octave, and "places Varèse with Scriabin and the Schoenberg circle among the revolutionary composers whose work initiates the beginning of a new mainstream tradition in the music of our century."


Edgard Varèse* Varèse·- Concertgebouworkest* Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra·, ASKO Ensemble , Riccardo Chailly - The Complete WorksEdgard Varèse* Varèse·- Concertgebouworkest* Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra·, ASKO Ensemble , Riccardo Chailly - The Complete WorksEdgard Varèse* Varèse·- Concertgebouworkest* Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra·, ASKO Ensemble , Riccardo Chailly - The Complete WorksEdgard Varèse* Varèse·- Concertgebouworkest* Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra·, ASKO Ensemble , Riccardo Chailly - The Complete Works

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