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Lacrymosa I 

(2001)
for accordion or any keyboard-aerophone instrument

Title of the work:  Lacrymosa I (2001).
Nomenclature: accordion or any keyboard-aerophone instrument.
Composer: Javier Torres Maldonado.
Duration: 4' ca.
Publisher: Edizioni Suvini Zerboni - Milano (for more information please send an e-mail to my publisher).
Year of composition: 2001 (Frosinone, Italy).
Commission: International Composition Composition Queen Maria Jose of Geneva. 
Dedicatee: in memoriam Queen Maria Jose.
World premiere:
Lausanne, Festival de Musique Contemporaine, Conservatoire de Musique de Lausanne, Switzerland, 11.02.2002, accordion: Pascal Contet.

Demo score: available for download.
Score (only with authorization).

CD RECORDING: "CANTARES MEXICANOS"   
(2019)
Work included: Lacrymosa I (2001), for accordion or any keyboard-aerophone instrument.

Mexican contemporary music and Aztec poetry in the Nahuatl language.
Vincent Lhermet, accordion. Astrid Hadad & Christian Rojas, narrators. A CD released on September 10, 2019 under the Tempus Clasico label, on the occasion of UNESCO’s International Year of Indigenous Languages in 2019.

Works by Javier Torres Maldonado, Georgina Derbez, Itzam Zapata, Ana Lara, Alejandro Romero, Jorge Torres Saenz, Victor Ibarra.

Tempus Clasico production.

Link to the Vincent Lhermet CD recordings

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Lacrymosa I-a

program note

ACCORDION AND ELECTRONICS (2016 VERSION)
Title of the work:  Lacrymosa I-a (2016).
Composer: Javier Torres Maldonado.
Nomenclature: accordion and electroacoustic system (4 channels or stereo).
Technical schedule (electronics): download.
Duration: 4' ca.
Publisher: Edizioni Suvini Zerboni - Milano (for a free copy of the solo saxophone score please contact me or send an e-mail to my publisher).
Year of composition: 2016. 
World premiere: Florence, I Concerti del GAMO, Experimental des SWR of Freiburg, 20.12.2016.
Demo score: available for download.
Score (only with authorization).

Program note

«Lacrymosa I-a, for accordion and electro-acoustic device was taken from the original version of 2001 (without electronics). It starts from a melodic structure in which in some madrigalistic Monteverdian figures have been made more abstract, condensed or expanded in their expressive character as well as in their length; the whole composition is in fact the fruit of specific attention towards a radical simplicity and economy of elements». 

Javier Torres Maldonado

Contact:

Email: tmjavier[at]gmail.com  

Other links:

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