Title. Analysis of Luciano Berio’s Points on a Curve to Find. Abstract. I shall present my analysis of this piece in three sections. First I will discuss the construction. Find composition details, parts / movement information and albums that contain Luciano Berio. Points on the Curve to Find, for piano & 23 instruments. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Points On The Curve To Find – Folk Songs – Sequenza VII – Laborintus II on Discogs.
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The quality of “what is there” in this music uncannily suggests, even more so, “what is not there. The minute score is not a little like some vortex in its construction, or perhaps something like a black hole: What’s perhaps most fascinating about “Points Romantic Evening Sex All Themes. Jazz Latin New Age.
The game of auto-genesis which ensues carries a paradoxical fusion of anarchy and control about it: Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip. Specifically, the piano is the engine, and with unremittingly fertility it continually regenerates a cycle of ten distinct pitches, hovering on two of them at a time in quick oscillation; with each of these hoverings, it seems to transmit those tones to single members go the ensemble, who elaborate and extend those tones.
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The piano repeats its cycle, adding a tone to the end and shaving one off the beginning, and the ensemble accrues its pitches into rapidly shifting harmonies. Luciano Beriofor instance, is hardly a religious composer; but he’s long been preoccupied by the art of engendering impossible objects, cjrve from the early ’70s on has developed a whole genre of piece which make an almost ritualistic spectacle of virtuosic self-generation.