Luciano Berio dedicated his “Sequenza VII”, which was composed in , to the oboist Heinz Holliger. The version of this piece published here was arranged. Berio Sequenza VIIb (soprano). How hard is this supposed to be? I’m working on it right now and trying to get it exactly as written on the page.
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Luciano Berio: Sequenza VIIb
VIIb is recorded by Ulrich Krieger. He had all the lights in the hall turned off, and only a small stand light on.
The B natural should give the impression of lending a slight resonance to the oboe. There are two parts to working on this aspect. For these passages, keep your syllables as light as possible, “Doo-Goo”, so that you are imperceptibly altering the airstream. I imagine Kelland’s recording of IXb is worth having as well.
I feel that I have come a long way since then. And the double-tongue, I could only do it on some on the stuff and everything else had to be bogged down by my slow, lethargic single-tongue.
On the s I tried, I didn’t berii I had the power to project comfortably over an orchestra like in some of the fuller moments of the Torke Concerto but had good agility in general and decent altissimo control. If I remember, you play a SC Soprano right? Also, I was thinking more about double tonguing the large intervals.
Luciano Berio: Sequenza VII (arranged by: Claude Delangle)
Chemins IVfor oboe and eleven strings, can be listened to as a commentary to my Sequenza VII for oboea commentary that amplifies and develops certain harmonic aspects of the original Sequenza.
The first section goes herio measure 1 to measure 92, and is primarily written in temporal notation, leading it to have a “free or improvisatory” quality. Practice this on one note, until you can create the effect of legato tonguing at a slow speed. If only Selmer had made a Larry Teal for soprano This is true for a lot of our hard contemporary and even non-contemporary works. Incidentally, an extreme oboist friend of mine saw Alex Klein principal oboe, Chicago Symph peform this from memory with the lights zequenza in the hall.
I’ve tried a couple of Morgan 3Cs as well as other facings and can’t make them work to the degree of sensitivity that I can get with ssequenza Caravan with which I’ve painted myself into an agility corner a couple of times now. If anyone has any more specific questions, please ask.
Does vijb else notice the abundance of very talented young classical saxophonist out there, I heard some kid auditioned with this piece at a very well know saxophone school for their undergraduate program!
Berio Sequenza VIIb (soprano)
Compositions by Luciano Berio Solo oboe pieces Serial compositions compositions Contemporary classical compositions. I don’t mind the tone that I get on the Morgan, but the response is a bit funky for my purposes, and I find the available palette of colors to be limited. Retrieved July 15, Work to make a shallower “goo” syllable if this is the case, and you should strengthen the attack over time. He gave a lecture recital sequwnza this and Andrew Mead’s Scena.
The piece is built around a drone played on a B natural which typically comes from an offstage source.
I have good recordings of Delangle, David, and McAllister to which to refer, but would like more different ones. Retrieved July 16, It’s available through Amazon UK. A Garland for Dr. The articulations should be light and sound effortless.
And I indeed was -that- guy I referenced. I’m trying to get it memorized for DMA auditions this year. Welcome to the forum! Herein lies the challenge. Angel, I heard Kelland Thomas perform it several years ago in Chicago, it was truly outstanding. Then slowly begin to insert the “goo”-syllable notes, taking note of how the production may pull your tongue away from the proper position for single-tonguing. I didn’t get very far though because I was diagnosed with jaw tendonitis and I had to quit.
Last edited by observer; at I realize that may not be the case all the time, but I cant help but think about it when I hear some 17 year-old blaze through Ibert, and all I hear is notes, and no musical substance. For much of the piece, Berio notates measures in seconds instead of bars although there are some sections of the work that use traditional rhythmic notation. Bring on more Berio talk!!