Dr. Vera Ivanova, Composer
Vera Ivanova,
composer

'...internationally recognized as an emerging artist of great talent.'

Campus Times (University of Rochester/Eastman)

Three Chants and Three Interludes

2005

Three Chants and Three Interludes for three performers is a melancholic miniature, where distant chants are heard at the beginning and the very end of the piece, as a short introduction and postlude to the three interludes, and one of them is hidden in the flute part in the middle section of the piece. Those chants are independent melodies in each instrument, which contrapuntally combine together and contrast the three interludes, where the three performers are playing independently and in disagreement with each other, competing for the dominance over the trio.

Program Notes:
Three Chants and Three Interludes for three performers is a melancholic miniature, where distant chants are heard at the beginning and the very end of the piece, as a short
introduction and postlude to the three interludes, and one of them is hidden in the flute part in the middle section of the piece. Those chants are independent melodies in each
instrument, which contrapuntally combine together and contrast the three interludes, where the three performers are playing independently and in disagreement with each other,
competing for the dominance over the trio.

Instrumentation
Flute (doubling Alto), Clarinet (doubling Bass) and Cello
Duration
c. 4 minutes
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