New piece: Soliloquy Sonata for Solo Cello

Started by relm1, December 20, 2022, 03:41:41 PM

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Soliloquy Sonata for Solo Cello (2022)   18 minutes duration

As 2022 winds down, I'd like to present one of my last works of 2022, this piece for solo cello was beautifully performed and recorded recently by Laszlo Mezo, a cellist with a local symphony who did a wonderful job and was an absolute joy to work with! 

The title refers to the inner dialog a character has revealing the inner turmoil and conflicts that the character is experiencing and provides insight into their motivations and thoughts.  Though I had a specific narrative in mind that guided the music structurally, I leave it to the listener to imagine their own internal dialog.  I would be curious to know what you think the inner dialog is should you wish to share it.

I hope you enjoy it.

https://clyp.it/ypwecgva


k a rl h e nn i ng

Quote from: relm1 on December 20, 2022, 03:41:41 PMSoliloquy Sonata for Solo Cello (2022) 18 minutes duration

As 2022 winds down, I'd like to present one of my last works of 2022, this piece for solo cello was beautifully performed and recorded recently by Laszlo Mezo, a cellist with a local symphony who did a wonderful job and was an absolute joy to work with! 

The title refers to the inner dialog a character has revealing the inner turmoil and conflicts that the character is experiencing and provides insight into their motivations and thoughts.  Though I had a specific narrative in mind that guided the music structurally, I leave it to the listener to imagine their own internal dialog.  I would be curious to know what you think the inner dialog is should you wish to share it.

I hope you enjoy it.

https://clyp.it/ypwecgva


This is lovely. Good work! Congratulations!
Karl Henning, Ph.D.
Composer & Clarinetist
Boston MA
http://www.karlhenning.com/
[Matisse] was interested neither in fending off opposition,
nor in competing for the favor of wayward friends.
His only competition was with himself. — Françoise Gilot

krummholz

Quote from: relm1 on December 20, 2022, 03:41:41 PMSoliloquy Sonata for Solo Cello (2022)   18 minutes duration

As 2022 winds down, I'd like to present one of my last works of 2022, this piece for solo cello was beautifully performed and recorded recently by Laszlo Mezo, a cellist with a local symphony who did a wonderful job and was an absolute joy to work with! 

The title refers to the inner dialog a character has revealing the inner turmoil and conflicts that the character is experiencing and provides insight into their motivations and thoughts.  Though I had a specific narrative in mind that guided the music structurally, I leave it to the listener to imagine their own internal dialog.  I would be curious to know what you think the inner dialog is should you wish to share it.

I hope you enjoy it.

https://clyp.it/ypwecgva



VERY fine work! And superb playing by the cellist... Bravo!

relm1


relm1

Quote from: krummholz on December 21, 2022, 08:15:04 AMVERY fine work! And superb playing by the cellist... Bravo!

Thanks so much!  Really appreciate it!

vandermolen

Quote from: relm1 on December 20, 2022, 03:41:41 PMSoliloquy Sonata for Solo Cello (2022)   18 minutes duration

As 2022 winds down, I'd like to present one of my last works of 2022, this piece for solo cello was beautifully performed and recorded recently by Laszlo Mezo, a cellist with a local symphony who did a wonderful job and was an absolute joy to work with! 

The title refers to the inner dialog a character has revealing the inner turmoil and conflicts that the character is experiencing and provides insight into their motivations and thoughts.  Though I had a specific narrative in mind that guided the music structurally, I leave it to the listener to imagine their own internal dialog.  I would be curious to know what you think the inner dialog is should you wish to share it.

I hope you enjoy it.

https://clyp.it/ypwecgva


Very nice - a great way to start Christmas. Keep up the good work.
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