Sheet Music

Piano Concerto (Aera Dementia), Op.1

Alternative title Piano Concerto 2001
ComposerKeith Perreur-Lloyd
PublisherKeith Perreur-Lloyd
Genre Classical / Concerto
Instrumentation Piano, Flute, Flute piccolo, Clarinet, Bassoon, Oboe, Horn, Trombone, Trumpet, Tuba, Violin, Viola, Cello, Double bass, Tubular Bells, Glockenspiel, Contrabassoon, Bass Clarinet
Scored forSoloists, Symphonic orchestra
Type of scoreFull score
Duration 31'12"
Difficulty Difficult
Year of composition 2001
MARK ANDREW JAMES - Conductor, Sussex Symphony Orchestra
The work itself I feel is extremely good, it is very episodic and atmospheric! There is much aggression in the work and pent up feelings coupled with a painful agony which perfectly depicts those events (2001) and the eventual futility of it all.
The piano concerto is an exquisite piece, and I truly mean it when I say it is geniusly modern. Modern in a most original and meaningful way. It doesn't sound like anything else. And yet the sounds and rhythms it manages to create, refer to modern life: its REAL sounds and rhythms. You can hear familiar contemporary life sounds. but created by acoustic instruments, and at the same time controlled and elevated into a great art-form.

Upload date 13 Sep 2010

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