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Leibniz' Harmonies Competition for composers

 

 

 

Due Date: 
21/06/2016

 

Leibniz' Harmonies Competition for composers of any age in the following categories: 1. Orchestra (2222 – 2221 – timp, 2 percussion, harp, strings), duration 10-15 minutes. 2. Ensemble of traditional Chinese and Western instruments (pipa, zheng, sheng, erhu, fl, cl, pi, perc*, acc, vl, vcl, db): trio to tutti, at least one Chinese instrument, maximum duration 12 minutes. 3. Solo instrument zheng, pipa, clarinet, cello or accordion, maximum duration 12 minutes. 4. Radiophonic Composition/soundart stereophonic and possibly 5.1, for broadcast on hr2-kultur(Hessischer Rundfunk – Radio Frankfurt, public service radio) and at public performances, duration 20-40 minutes. All submitted pieces should be based on Leibniz’s writingson the relationship between harmony and dissonance, arithmetic and music (vide the letter to Christian Goldbach of 17 April 1712, Opera omnia Volume III, Dutens, Geneva, 1768)*. First and subsequent performances will be given during 2016 at coordinated events in Hannover and Beijing by the musicians of: NDR Radiophilharmonie, Hannover and Con Tempo Ensemble, Beijing and Das Neue Ensemble, Hannover. Read more...

 

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