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Croatoan I (2000)
angelic voices

  Chamber music - Ensembles

  for glockenspiel and string quartet
work list 102-00-HW

completed 03/01/2000

instruments string quartet, Glockenspiel (perc.)

duration 8'

world premiere 07/07/2000
Peter Sadlo, Glockenspiel, Vogler-quartet
Hanover (Expo 2000/ Germany), German pavillon

special Various advanced playing techniques, ping-pong balls/metal balls on Glockenspiel, etc.

dedicated Peter Sadlo und das Vogler-Quartett

soundcarrier Contemporanea 2000 (Quarta Rassegna di "Nuova Musica"
Bridges into the future


publication http://www.sikorski.de

texts CROATOAN I: english translation of score notes

MORITZ EGGERT
CROATOAN I
English Translation

For
Glockenspiel (also: several Table Tennis balls, metal balls, metal ruler, Glockenspiel beater, Triangle beater, Drumsticks)

Violin I (uses sordino)
Violin II (uses sordino)
Viola (uses s... [more]

[ 08.05.2003 ]
Kurzer Text zu allen "Croatoan"-Stücken

CROATOAN

Im Jahre 1587 gründeten 114 englische Kolonisten unter ihrem Anführer John White eine Kolonie auf Roanoake Island, an der Ostküste Amerikas, im heutigen Staate Carolina. Sie gehörten zu den ersten englischen Siedlern der Neuen Welt. Kurz nach ihrer Ankunf... [more]

[ 09.05.2003 ]
short text for all the "Croatoan" pieces

CROATOAN

In the year 1587 114 english colonists under their leader John White founded a colony on Roanoake Island, on the east coast of America in what is today the state of Carolina. They belonged to the very first wave of english settlers of the New World. Shortly after their arriva... [more]

[ 08.05.2003 ]


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Excerpt from the piece (end)



see also Croatoan III
Croatoan II


   
   
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