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Sáry László: Triptichon - in memoriam Ildikó Vékony (2011)

for viola da gamba or violoncello and cimbalom

playing score

Instrument: Mixed Chamber Duo
Seria: EMB Contemporary Music
Period: Contemporary Music
Czas trwania: 8'
Zasięg: 16 stron
Format: A/4
Pierwsze wydanie: Czerwca 2012
Wydawca: Universal Music Publishing Editio Musica Budapest
Numer katalogowy: 14834
ISMN: 9790080148341
The work was composed in memory of the Hungarian cimbalom player Ildikó Vékony, who died in an accident in autumn 2009. It is based on an earlier piece for solo cimbalom Slow and Brisk (Sáry László: Dance music, Z. 14263) dedicated to her and played several times and also recorded by her. The first and third parts of the composition are variants of each other. Between these two parts there is a slow, richly ornamented movement with freely moving rhythms, in which the often broken melodies of the viola da gamba (or violoncello) appear as reminiscences.The piece was premiered in Budapest on 4th December 2011 by Nóra Kallai (viola da gamba) and András Szalai (cimbalom).