Concerto for Orchestra in Phi (2012)
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|Full name of work:||Concerto for Orchestra in Phi (2012)|
|Composer:||Molinero, Pablo J.Luis (1942 - ), Spanish|
|Instruments:||Symphonic orchestra plus piano and marimba|
|Name of file creator:||Molinero, Pablo J Luis|
|e-mail address:||entreceroyuno "at" gmail "dot" com|
|Comments:||Based on the golden ratio applied to notes intervals. Then putting that dry (but natural) mathematical evolution into an artistic envelope (I hope I got it) moving up and down amid the orchestra, almost competing (1st. movement); between love and desperation (2nd. movement); yet expresive differences (3rd. movemnt); till, at last! every body join in a peaceful and triunphant speech (well, strings try to do their own version, but not for long).|
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If any orchestra feels the wish to perform this concerto, just tell me; I'll be very pleased.