Saturday, May 23, 2009

The American Contemporary Music Ensemble Plays Elliott Carter's Triple Duo

I love listening to the works of Elliott Carter, but you have to know what to listen for in order to appreciate his music. The key to understanding his Triple Duo is the multi-threaded conversation between 3 pairs (cliques?) of instruments (and instrument-types): flute+clarinet, violin+cello, and piano+percussion. This excerpt is played by pianist Eric Huebner and the American Contemporary Music Ensemble conducted by Donato Cabrera.

(Via the San Francisco Symphony social network)

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