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for piano | 14'ca. (2001) download | purchase


Soliloqui I is a contemporary solo piece for piano that embarks on a captivating exploration of modern music. Rooted in the profound philosophy of solitude and existence, this work delves into the depths of introspection and contemplation, inviting listeners on a profound journey of self-discovery.
Through its innovative use of color, range, and register, "Soliloqui I" paints a vivid sonic portrait that mirrors the complexities of human experience. From delicate whispers to thunderous cascades of sound, the piano's dynamic capabilities are fully realized, offering a glimpse into the vastness of solitude and the wonders of existence.
As the music unfolds, intricate melodies intertwine with intricate harmonies, weaving a tapestry of emotion that resonates with listeners on a deeply personal level. Each note becomes a brushstroke, painting a picture of the innermost thoughts and feelings that accompany moments of solitude.
"Soliloqui I" challenges traditional notions of piano music, incorporating innovative techniques and unconventional sounds to create a sonic landscape that is at once familiar and unfamiliar. Through its exploration of modern musical characteristics, this piece serves as a testament to the enduring power of music to provoke thought, evoke emotion, and illuminate the human experience.
This piece is part of a larger collection of solo works where the composer's intent is to explore each instrument's expressive capabilities and technical possibilities at its limits. Through "Soliloqui I" and its companions, listeners are invited to embark on a journey of discovery, experiencing the unique voices of each instrument.
Albert CARBONELL - SOLILOQUI I (for piano).pdf