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Black Earth

Black Earth

(Kara Toprak)

Arrangement for two pianos by Yudum Çetiner und Selin Şekeranber (2013)


  • Instrumentation: 2 pianos
  • Edition: Score (also performing score), 2 performance scores included
  • Series: Edition Schott
  • Order No.: ED 22494
£19.50
Weight: 0.17 kg
Not in stock, but can be ordered - usually despatched within 7 days
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Description
Black Earth was inspired by Kara Toprak, a popular song in Turkey. The composer of the song, Aşık Veysel, was the last great Turkish balladeer. Fazıl Say imitates the sound of the saz, a Turkish lute, through his selection of a muted effect in the Introduction and Epilogue. In contrast, folklore, Romantic piano style and jazz are entwined in the central sections to form a large-scale outburst. Now also available in an arrangement for two pianos.
Details
Binding: Saddle-wire stitching
ISMN: 979-0-001-16027-8
Opus: op. 8b
Performance duration: 6' 0"
Publisher: Schott Music
Series: Edition Schott
UPC: 841886029927
Year of composition: 1997
page number: 40
Delivery rights: worldwide
Black Earth was inspired by Kara Toprak, a popular song in Turkey. The composer of the song, Aşık Veysel, was the last great Turkish balladeer. Fazıl Say imitates the sound of the saz, a Turkish lute, through his selection of a muted effect in the Introduction and Epilogue. In contrast, folklore, Romantic piano style and jazz are entwined in the central sections to form a large-scale outburst. Now also available in an arrangement for two pianos.
Binding: Saddle-wire stitching
ISMN: 979-0-001-16027-8
Opus: op. 8b
Performance duration: 6' 0"
Publisher: Schott Music
Series: Edition Schott
UPC: 841886029927
Year of composition: 1997
page number: 40
Delivery rights: worldwide