El Jardines de las Hesperides - The Garden of the Hesperides José Suñer Oriola
The work is built in four sections.The first section, The Search is divided into three sub-sections that describe the path of departure, the uncertainty and the one that will lead to meet his goal.Ladon, the second section, is the dilemma by Heracles of how to overcome the dragon. After the initial thought, the obsession with the dragon becomes more evident (Con fuoco) to reach the point of meditation and the research of ideas for solving his problem (Vivace) describing a series of thoughts to return to the thematic re-exhibition as an encounter of the final idea. The inclusion of a continuous solo (from the tuba to the piccolo through various other instruments) evokes the variety of ideas that Heracles should consider to decide on the most appropriate, ending in the shout of a hundred headed dragon and their disappearance in the ashes of its own fire.The third section, Nymphs, is the story of a great betrayal, of a father to his daughters. The oboe shows the sadness of the nymphs upon knowing that his father intended to deceive them, subsequently consummated it with different timbre games to close the section with the pastoral intervention of the horn and cellos.The last section, Escape and return, presents an energetic feeling that continues with a melodic line based on the oboe intervention in the continuous solo of the second section and in time will be the counterpoint in the thematic recurrence of the Nymphs theme, followed by the encounter of garden theme (First section: third sub-section) or Heracles theme, defined by brass, to conclude with a coda built as a tribute to the composers Reich -Wagner- Respighi - Stravinsky Shostakovich.
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Duration: 26:00 min
publisher id: TP140
Publisher: Tot per l'Aire Music Editions
Instrumentation: Blasorchester Noten / Concert Band
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