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Louis Andriessen’s Workers Union.
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Workers Union (Andriessen)
Views Read Edit View history. The skill and concentration required for each musician to remain exactly in unison with the rest of the ensemble throughout as Andriessen constantly varies and changes the rhythmic patterns makes a performance exhilarating to watch as it, on one level, becomes an act of physical agility.
Andriessen says of the work: After an early training in composition with his father, composer Hendrik Andriessen, he continued his studies with Kees van In all other cases the product is sent to you physically. This piece is a combination of individual freedom and severe discipline: You can rent this work by purchasing a rental license for one or more performances.
A blast of channeled energy with ‘Workers Union’ – The Boston Globe
There are points in the piece where the ensemble splits into two groups.
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Each musician chooses their own pitch that will represent the midway point. If the work is being recorded for a live radio or TV broadcast or internet stream you can easily acquire the license for this.
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Please note that you require a copy of this product for every user. For every broadcast workees need to obtain a license. Workers Union is a composition by Louis Andriessen intended for any loud-sounding group of instruments; Andriessen did not want to handicap orchestras by providing a list of instruments.
And in his performance note in the score he says: If you buy a license you also need to buy 1 copy of the rental parts see above. If you are going to perform this composition, you can enter your concert information here. The groups alternate lines before coming back together again. Louis Andriessen was born in Utrecht on June 6, This helps give the piece a feeling of fusion.
A real tour de force of musical invention. Please contact Donemus Publishing if you have any questions about renting before buying a license.
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