micro-miniatures from 1 second before 1 minute
author of the project:
Composer Oleg Paiberdin.
• Today the world is quickly disappearing situation • But incapacity to speak about future exactly and certainly is not justification for silence • It is the better to have imagination and inspiration, then “to be right” • Future comes rapidly, therefore the aim of the project is some test for personal concentration of attention and reception of extremely compressed works • We run not to amusement but we flow rapidly to extreme creative effort not only for composers but for audiance as well.
Every work of the project is composed as a cycle of some miniatures. Every miniature of the cycle takes no more then 1 minute, but the cycle takes no more then 5 minutes. This is the main condition of the project, which have kept by composers of the project.
All works are written for this project using or Trio [soprano, alto-saxophone, piano], or Flute quartet.
the concert program:
Thierry Blondeau [Strasburg]—“Ohe” for 4 flutes;
Anatoly Boyarsky [Tel-Aviv]—“The sign of endlessness” for soprano, alto-saxophone and piano;
Anatoly Boyarsky—“Scetch in the manner of Rococo” for 4 flutes;
Olga Vedenkina [Nizhny Novgorod]—“Reflections” for 4 flutes;
Olga Viktorova [Yekaterinburg]—“Three pieces” for piano;
Vyacheslav Yesakov [Moscow]—“Choral variation” for 4 flutes;
Dmitry Kitsenko [Kharkov]—“Ikonica” for 4 flutes;
Dmitry Kitsenko—“Triptikh with shadow” for soprano, alto-saxophone and piano;
Artur Liss [Yekaterinburg]—“Five pieces” for piano;
Nikolay Morozov [St.-Petersburg]—“Make the only gulp” for soprano, alto-saxophone and piano;
Nikolay Morozov—“The ribbon of Myobius” for 4 flutes;
Oleg Paiberdin [Yekaterinburg]—“Three microminiatures” for soprano and piano;
Sergey Pilyutikov [Kiev]—“Shadows on glass” for 4 flutes;
Anton Rovner [Moscow]—“Musica laconica-2” for 4 flutes;
Yelena Samarina [Yekaterinburg]—“Naigryshi” for piano;
Yelena Samarina—“Two pieces” for piano;
Marina Shmotova—“Room Simphony” for soprano, alto-saxophone and piano;
Benn White [Oslo]—“Round” for 2 flutes;
Alexander Shchetinsky [Kharkov]—“The Sermon on the Mount” for soprano, alto-saxophone and piano.
Vocal-instrumental trio—Svetlana Krupina [soprano], Ilya Koptev [alto-saxophone], Natalya Vzdornova [piano]; Boehm-quartet—Polina Ugodnikova [flute, piccolo-flute], Natalya Knyazkova [flute], Natalya Penzina [flute], Anastasiya Savenkova [flute, alto-flute].
time and place:
The Chamber Hall of the Ural State Philharmony [Yekaterinburg]. October 26, 2004.
Author of the project's name—composer Boris Filanovsky.