Note

Commande de l’ACIMC, avec le soutien de Ernst von Siemens Musikstiftung et la Fondation Francis et Mica Salabert, cette oeuvre est la dernière de la série Ictus Vocis dans laquelle s’établit une corrélation étroite entre le timbre des instruments, le geste des interprètes et les motifs mélodiques. Cette oeuvre s’organise en plusieurs mouve- ments, pensés comme autant de tableaux : Sepideh (Aube), Nimtāb I (Crepuscule I), Tābān (Illumination), Pegāh (Lever de soleil), Bāmdād (Nuit), Nimtāb II (Crepuscule II). En langue persane, Anagrān signifie lumière infinie.

Commissioned by ACIMC, with the support of Ernst von Siemens Musikstiftung and the Francis and Mica Salabert Foundation, this work is the last of the Ictus Vocis series

in which a close correlation is established between the timbre of the instruments, the gesture of the performers and the melodic motifs. This work is organized in several movements, conceived as so many paintings: Sepideh (Dawn), Nimtāb I (Twilight I), Tābān (Illumination), Pegāh (Sunrise), Bāmdād (Night), Nimtāb II (Twilight II) . In Persian language, Anagrān means infinite light.

 

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Instrumentation
Flute, Clarinet, Violin, Cello and Piano

Duration
18'

Commissioned by 
ACIMC, with the support of Ernst von Siemens Music Foundation and fondation de Francis and Mica Salabert

Dedicated to 
Eric Daubresse 

Date and place of composition 
2014-2017, Paris

Premiere 
•November 2018, Paris, France

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