Ge Gan-ru – Qin

Qin (de Gu Yue – Ancient Music) by Ge Gan-ru © 1985 by the composer

Grabado en el Adda, Auditorio de la Diputación de Alicante

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La segunda pieza de la colección Gu Yue es Qin. Está inspirada en otro de los instrumentos tradicionales chinos. El Qin (pronunciado chin) es un bellísimo instrumento perteneciente a la familia de las cítaras.

En sus tres minutos de duración, la pieza combina múltiples técnicas en el interior del instrumento con dos notas preparadas con tornillos. El cordaje es tratado de múltiples maneras, percutido, pinzado, con armónicos, sonidos enmudecidos… La sección central es un diálogo entre las dos manos en las cuerdas.

Si quieres la partitura, escribe al compositor:

http://www.geganru.com/

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Qin (from Gu Yue – Ancient Music) by Ge Gan-ru © 1985 by the composer

Recordded at Adda, Auditorio de la Diputación de Alicante

http://www.diputacionalicante.es/es/adda/Paginas/Inicio.aspx

The second piece of Gu Yue (Ancient Music) is Qin. It is inspired by another ancient Chinese instrument. The Qin (pronounced chin) is a beautiful instrument belonging to the family of zithers.

In its three minutes long, the piece combines multiple extended techniques played inside the instrument with two notes prepared with screws. The strings are treated in many ways, hit, pinched, with harmonics, muted sounds … The middle section is a dialogue between the two hands on the strings.

If you want the score, you can write to the composer:

http://www.geganru.com/

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2 comments

  1. Maravilloso Ricardo. Me ha encantado. Un abrazo

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    1. Muchas gracias Miguel

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