In liquid... (violin and piano)

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Chamberwork by Martin Lohse

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Recording

1. movement
2. movement
3. movement
4. movement
Studio-recording made in Danish Radio by Christine Pryn and Joachim Olsson

Versions

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WorkYear
In liquid... (violin and piano)2003
In remembrance... (violin concerto)2008
In liquid... (accordion and piano, first version)2008
In liquid... (accordion and piano, second version)2008/2009
In liquid... (accordion and piano, third version)2008/2009/2011
In liquid... (accordion concerto, first version)2008
In liquid... (accordion concerto, second version)2008/2010
In liquid... (accordion concerto, string orchestra)2008/2010/2019

Info

Composer Martin Lohse
Title In liquid...

Work number W.18
Composition year 2003

Movements 4
Duration 23 min

Genre chamber music
Number of instruments 2
Instrumentation violin and piano

Score notation computer (Sibelius)
Pages 63
Free score yes
Published yes

First performance 18 Oct 2004

by Christine Pryn and Joachim Olsson
place Pre-debut, Royal Academy of Music in Aarhus, Store Sal, Aarhus, Denmark

Recording type studio

Musical styles and elements modern, expressive, concertante



Program note

In English

In Liquid... (2003)
Violin and piano

  1. Andante semplice. Allegretto. Allegro. Vivace
  2. Allegro. Meno allegro
  3. Scherzo: Allegro molto e con brio. Andante. Moderato
  4. Lamento: Largo dolente. Andante cantabile e molto semplice

The title especially relate to the liquid feeling of time.

Repetitions, sequences and patterns slowly changes between each other, displacement of the tempo by accelerating step by step or freezing the tempo in a nearly statical felling of time – maybe a feeling of long lost times, which lives on in our remembrance and is blending with our presence right now.

In Liquid... has been written for Christine Pryn and Joachim Olsson.


Martin Lohse 2003


In Danish

In Liquid... (2003)
Violin og piano

  1. Andante semplice. Allegretto. Allegro. Vivace
  2. Allegro. Meno allegro
  3. Scherzo: Allegro molto e con brio. Andante. Moderato
  4. Lamento: Largo dolente. Andante cantabile e molto semplice

Titlen betyder: I flydende...

Gentagelser, sekvenser og mønstrer ændres langsomt eller flettes ind og ud imellem hinanden, tempoer forskydes, bliver hurtigere og hurtigere eller fryser fast i en nærmest statisk tidsfornemmelse – måske en fornemmelse af en svunden tid, som lever i vores erindring, og som blander sig med vores tilstedeværelse her og nu.

In Liquid... er skrevet til Christine Pryn og Joachim Olsson.


Martin Lohse 2003


Performances

All versions of - In liquid...

"Embody"
Concert Hall, Royal Danish Academy of Music, Copenhagen, Denmark
Wednesday 5 February 2020, 19:30
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Debut concert - Martin Lohse
Royal Danish Academy of Music - Concert Hall, Copenhagen, Denmark
Tuesday 19 October 2004
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Preproduction in the Danish Radio 11 Oct 2004
Danish Radio P2, Copenhagen, Denmark
Tuesday 19 October 2004
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Pre debut - Martin Lohse
Royal Academy of Music in Aarhus, Aarhus, Denmark
Monday 18 October 2004
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==Reviews== All versions of - In liquid...

Expert reviews

International Record Review (July-August 2012)

... I don’t recall previously hearing any music by the Hans Abrahamsen-student Martin Lohse (b.1971) – painter and poet as well as composer – but I shall certainly be keeping my ears open from now on, since his 16-minute In Liquid... is unassertively lovely...
... Lohse knows how to caress the ear and stimulate the mind at the same time: In Liquid … is all the more touching for the understatement of its emotional burden. ...
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6 July 2012 - Martin Anderson


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Amazon - review ... external link

As a part of this “flow” Lohse explores poly-tempi at several places in the score, calling for the accordion to accelerate while the orchestra remains at a constant speed to thrilling effect.
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8 May 2019 - Sue Leigh Waugh


Amazon - review ... external link

In Liquid, another commission by Mogensen, is radically different. Martin Lohse's work is almost a study in slow motion. Lohse draws out every single note both from the ensemble and the soloist. The sensation is similar to trying to run underwater. And the enforced slowness of the composition makes the listener pay closer attention to the music as it passes by. An effective work, and one that completely removes the accordion from its popular roots.
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24 May 2012 - RGraves321


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