Blown - Blown Up - Blown Out - Blown Over! // interactive concert - Jarek Kordaczuk
Contemporary techniques for playing wind instruments. Experimental score for wind instruments. Contemporary musical notation for flute, clarinet, French horn and trombone. Transverse flute playing technique, Clarinet playing technique, French horn playing technique (horn), trombone playing technique. Graphic score for wind quartet and animator. Musical piece with children\'s preformance. A piece for children, performed in the philharmonic.

Blown - Blown Up - Blown Out - Blown Over! An interactive concert for a wind instrument ensemble, animator and children\'s audience. Commission: Sonokinetic Event Factory Interactive premiere Blown - Blown Up - Blown Out - Blown Over!An interactive concert for a wind instrument ensemble, animator and children's audience Composer: Jarek KordaczukPerformers:Paulina Graś-Łukaszewska - fluteTomasz Goliński - clarinetMarta Murawska - French hornMaciej Łakomy - tromboneIzabela Kościesza - animatorJarek Kordaczuk - conductor Premiere: August 15, 2019, Scena Wspólna Children's Art Center of Poznań August 22, 2019, Świętokrzyska Philharmonic From the programme note... How should you not play wind instruments?Winds are not a drum kit, they should not be knocked or hitted. Well ... unless someone cannot behave in other way.Winds cannot swim, they must not be put in water. But if you want it so much, it's a bit allowed. Winds are not a telephone, there is no need to talk to them. But shouting into doesn't hurt them, they won't become deaf, though.Winds are not hair, they don't need a dryer. Although this has not been proven, yet.Winds are not cheeks, they are not used for smacking. What a strange idea to smack the French horn, anyway! ...And now imagine such a concert where you decide what else the Winds are supposed to "do not". A concert in which you also become wind players. Such a concert is just around the corner. Welcome. The piece presents the expressive and articulation diversity of wind instruments. It teaches not only the recognition of their characteristic sound, but also different, sometimes very distant from traditional ways of extracting sounds from them. The educational value of the piece is, above all, the conscious perception of sound phenomena by children and associating these phenomena with the instrument-articulation pair. We get to know the extraordinary sound possibilities of individual instruments, we play with sophisticated sonoristic experiments, and by combining these extraordinary sounds we experience their form-forming uses creating an interactive composition.The concert is mainly intended for children aged 7-12.Co-financed by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage from the Culture Promotion Fund under the 'Composing Commissions' program implemented by the Institute of Music and Dance Sonokinetic Event Factory Izabela Kościesza Sonokinetic works Małgosia Wawruk Sensor matrix Experimental music Installations Coral music Solo pieces Improvised music Acousmatic music Electronic Music Monoctone Pieces for children Jarek Kordaczuk mp3 Dark Energy Agnieszka Kołodyńska Pantomime Electroacoustic music Vocal-instrumental music Instrumental Music Musical interpretations of fairy tales Compositions Adam Smoczyński Sacred Music EWI ProForma Theatrical music Jan Brzechwa Julian Tuwim Sebastian Wypych Poetic song Sung poetry Jarosław Kordaczuk Arrangements Videoclips Animations Titelituralia Onomatopeic compositions Theatre of Sound A Room Full of Fairy Tales Children's Art Centre Cezary Konrad Krzysztof Herdzin Basia Raduszkiewicz Music for children

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Blown - Blown Up - Blown Out - Blown Over!

An interactive concert for a wind instrument ensemble, animator and children's audience.


Commission: Sonokinetic Event Factory

Part I
Dęte-nadęte-wydęte-przedęte! (Blown - Blown Up - Blown Out - Blown Over!)

music by Jarek Kordaczuk

Paulina Graś-Łukaszewska - flute; Tomasz Goliński - clarinet; Marta Murawska - horn; Maciej Łakomy - trombone
Part II
Dęte-nadęte-wydęte-przedęte! (Blown - Blown Up - Blown Out - Blown Over!)

music by Jarek Kordaczuk

Paulina Graś-Łukaszewska - flute; Tomasz Goliński - clarinet; Marta Murawska - horn; Maciej Łakomy - trombone
Part III
Dęte-nadęte-wydęte-przedęte! (Blown - Blown Up - Blown Out - Blown Over!)

music by Jarek Kordaczuk

Paulina Graś-Łukaszewska - flute; Tomasz Goliński - clarinet; Marta Murawska - horn; Maciej Łakomy - trombone
Part IV
Dęte-nadęte-wydęte-przedęte! (Blown - Blown Up - Blown Out - Blown Over!)

music by Jarek Kordaczuk

Paulina Graś-Łukaszewska - flute; Tomasz Goliński - clarinet; Marta Murawska - horn; Maciej Łakomy - trombone
Blown - Blown Up - Blown Out - Blown Over!
An interactive concert for a wind instrument ensemble, animator and children's audience

Composer: Jarek Kordaczuk

Performers:

Paulina Graś-Łukaszewska - flute
Tomasz Goliński - clarinet
Marta Murawska - French horn
Maciej Łakomy - trombone

Izabela Kościesza - animator
Jarek Kordaczuk - conductor

Premiere:

August 15, 2019, Scena Wspólna
Children's Art Center of Poznań

August 22, 2019, Świętokrzyska Philharmonic

From the programme note...

How should you not play wind instruments?
Winds are not a drum kit, they should not be knocked or hitted. Well ... unless someone cannot behave in other way.
Winds cannot swim, they must not be put in water.
But if you want it so much, it's a bit allowed.
Winds are not a telephone, there is no need to talk to them. But shouting into doesn't hurt them, they won't become deaf, though.
Winds are not hair, they don't need a dryer. Although this has not been proven, yet.
Winds are not cheeks, they are not used for smacking. What a strange idea to smack the French horn, anyway! ...
And now imagine such a concert where you decide what else the Winds are supposed to "do not". A concert in which you also become wind players. Such a concert is just around the corner. Welcome.

The piece presents the expressive and articulation diversity of wind instruments. It teaches not only the recognition of their characteristic sound, but also different, sometimes very distant from traditional ways of extracting sounds from them.

The educational value of the piece is, above all, the conscious perception of sound phenomena by children and associating these phenomena with the instrument-articulation pair. We get to know the extraordinary sound possibilities of individual instruments, we play with sophisticated sonoristic experiments, and by combining these extraordinary sounds we experience their form-forming uses creating an interactive composition.
The concert is mainly intended for children aged 7-12.

Co-financed by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage from the Culture Promotion Fund under the 'Composing Commissions' program implemented by the Institute of Music and Dance