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ITO Miyuki / 伊藤 美由紀


La Otra Voz for flute, clarinet, violin, cello and piano with electronics

Birth C: JAPAN Gender: Female

Commission: by Onix Ensamble

Performer(s): Onix Ensamble

First perf.: at Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico(UNAM) February 26, 2010

Duration: 11:00

Perf. Country: MEXICO

Instruments: flute, clarinet, violin, cello and piano with electronics

Prog. notes: I got the inspiration from Octavio Paz’s “La Otra Voz”, the essay about poesy when I was thinking of this piece. I have discovered some ideas of mine similar to his theory on poem. I tried to construct this work with symbolic invisible messages, searching for mysterious timbre. The words, “voz” in Spanish and “koe” in Japanese are spoken by players, to produce this atmosphere. My recent interest is to imagine “invisible things”, which might be the pivot energy of my creativity. Japanese sensibility and aesthetics are always hidden in my works consciously or unconsciously. Thanks to the Onix Ensemble, I could have an opportunity to present my work in Mexico for the first time.

(from the program note)



Editor: Tamamo Nagai