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Farnaz Modarresifar Lout Printed version
Lout
Soprano Saxophone, Clarinet, Violin, Piano, Percussions
Duration 05’
The word Lout, in the Persian language, literally means "naked". Also called "desert of emptiness", Lout is a barren desert without plants and water, located in southeastern Iran, stretching over a area of approximately 41 km². The hottest place in the world, with a maximum temperature of soil of 70.7 °C, remarkable for the rich variety of its spectacular desert reliefs, including in for the most part, there is no animal and plant life. The diversity of the aesthetic values of this desert, and its uninterrupted perspectives, are closely linked to the atmosphere of the room: a soundscape, colors of the desert. 
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Farnaz Modarresifar Lout Pdf
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Lout
Soprano Saxophone, Clarinet, Violin, Piano, Percussions
Duration 05’
The word Lout, in the Persian language, literally means "naked". Also called "desert of emptiness", Lout is a barren desert without plants and water, located in southeastern Iran, stretching over a area of approximately 41 km². The hottest place in the world, with a maximum temperature of soil of 70.7 °C, remarkable for the rich variety of its spectacular desert reliefs, including in for the most part, there is no animal and plant life. The diversity of the aesthetic values of this desert, and its uninterrupted perspectives, are closely linked to the atmosphere of the room: a soundscape, colors of the desert. 


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Farnaz Modarresifar Gabbeh printed version
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Gabbeh
Viola, SantûrDuration 05’
Gabbéh (means "rough", "natural" in Persian language) is a type of Persian carpet, made by the nomads, especially by the Ghashghâies, and generally by women. The symbolic patterns of Gabbéh, give it a particular character: nature, animals, trees, humans, the transhumance and the eternal cycle of life, are depicted with remarkable simplicity, beauty, and raw and pure. Gabbéh is a living painting in the shape of a carpet, because traditionally it has been made in resonance with dayly life: the patterns and colors are chosen unexpectedly, in relation to the feeling of the person who makes them.  This score is a continuation of this honest mix of life and art, with several passages in free time, so that the music can breathe "the moment".   
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Farnaz Modarresifar Gabbeh Pdf
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Gabbeh
Viola, SantûrDuration 05’
Gabbéh (means "rough", "natural" in Persian language) is a type of Persian carpet, made by the nomads, especially by the Ghashghâies, and generally by women. The symbolic patterns of Gabbéh, give it a particular character: nature, animals, trees, humans, the transhumance and the eternal cycle of life, are depicted with remarkable simplicity, beauty, and raw and pure. Gabbéh is a living painting in the shape of a carpet, because traditionally it has been made in resonance with dayly life: the patterns and colors are chosen unexpectedly, in relation to the feeling of the person who makes them.  This score is a continuation of this honest mix of life and art, with several passages in free time, so that the music can breathe "the moment".   


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Robert Lemay Soliloques - version papier
Soliloques
Alto SaxophoneDuration 05'
Soliloques is a series of 7 microludes for solo alto saxophone. Saying it all in a few words, that's the idea of this work. Each piece, which is less than a minute long, is one like a few words or a sentence thrown on paper, a sketch, an idea, a direction, a brushstroke.
The piece was written for the French saxophonist Stéphane Sordet and is a tribute to the Hungarian composer György Kurtág.
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Robert Lemay Soliloques - Pdf
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Soliloques
Alto SaxophoneDuration 05'
Soliloques is a series of 7 microludes for solo alto saxophone. Saying it all in a few words, that's the idea of this work. Each piece, which is less than a minute long, is one like a few words or a sentence thrown on paper, a sketch, an idea, a direction, a brushstroke.
The piece was written for the French saxophonist Stéphane Sordet and is a tribute to the Hungarian composer György Kurtág.


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