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Thus, all composers that wrote for him were not guitarists and this was for Miteran , p. It's not easy to write for guitar if you have no idea of what the instrument really is.
If you're in college studying to become a composer, you study a lot of new music, classic, but you never see a line written for guitar. It's rare. So, composers who are walking around don't even think about it. In orchestration classes, there is only a sad, limited portion about the guitar. It's not emphasized, so it becomes a monster with seven heads for people who want to write for it but don't know the sound of the guitar.
I know where the fingers are if I hear an arpeggio because I heard it too many times. It's part of my musical vocabulary; I grew up listening to it.
But for most composers it's ridiculously hard to write for guitar. The guitar is not a standard instrument in the orchestra and thus I have not yet found out what to write for it. And it is technically special so that, as a composer, one has to deal exactly with it before one can write something good for it. It is a very idiomatic instrument and to make it sound it is in fact almost necessary to play it.
With guitar, there is a lot more tacit knowledge to unpick. Very few non- guitarist composers have really understood the idiom well.
Many composers fall into the trap of thinking of the guitar as first and foremost a harmonic instrument. I think of the guitar as a melody instrument, more a violin or a cello with extra possibilities of resonance, than as a piano with debilitating limitations.
In other words, in what regards the latter limitation: The acoustical limitations are also stressed by composer Tristan Murail: However, there was a price to pay for this: He so thoroughly dominated the scene that his name became synonymous with the term "classical guitar".
Its audience was conditioned to the Segovia style. But if his rise to fame was the sine qua non for a guitar renaissance, his success playing king of the mountain had negative, even suffocating consequences.
In Segovia's wake, any guitarist seeking an audience had to conform to his conservative repertoire, if not to his approach to interpretation.
And a composition for guitar had little chance of success without him performing it. As Tanenbaum , pp. The musical lines of the pieces written for Segovia are free from the typical problems arising from the fact of a composer hardly knowing the instrument. And distasteful to some composers like Murail: My impression is that the traditional guitar such as one usually hears it is a treason of the original instrument: People wanted to imitate the other instruments and to make guitar something sizeable, i.
The guitar is in the beginning an "ethnic" instrument. Of Arab origin quitara , it is used in Spain to play the Arabo-Andalusian music and flamenco, but with a very different technique which leads to very different sounds: What I like in the guitar, it is precisely not the guitar of SEGOVIA, its polished and decorous side, but the use that one makes in flamenco and also in Latinamerican music, although I'm not crazy about these musics for themselves.
Das Repertoire der Gitarre bestehe aus Hauptwerken unbedeutender und Nebenwerken bedeutender Komponisten. In the art-music scene it is not uncommon to find composers who have used the electric guitar — mostly in ensemble26 — but never the classical guitar. Pena, personal communications, November, 22, , October, 13, Perhaps this is especially true when looking at younger generations who tend to deify established and successful 26 A search at http: Accessed October 15, This may end up be rewarding, as Alberto Ginastera recalls: When the critics at its premiere received this work [ Sonata Op.
Similarly, one must not expect the harmonic possibilities and volume of a piano when considering the guitar. It is essential to evaluate the instrument on its own terms, and explore what is capable of achieving.
Helmut Lachenmann , p. When the 'traditional' sound appears, it stands out from the myriad of 'other' sonorities as if on a differentiated acoustic level, and represents a sound apart, rare, the exception, emerging clearly from the more frequently used sonorities stopping, glissandi, striking, harmonics, harmonics on "false" positions, etc.
The often discussed audibility of the Guitar is explored in the Seven Studies , not as a problem of acoustic volume, but rather as a feature of the quality of sound elements, of the quality of their juxtaposition, of levels of audibility naturally differentiated. Der Titel der Komposition deutet auf den kammermuskalisch-intimen Charakter der Gitarre und damit auf die dominierenden Aspekte meiner Komposition hin: Es ist eine vorwiegend leise, ruhige Musik, die besonders Gewicht auf klangliche Differenzierungen und Nuancierungen legt.
In his recital format of that time, Bream "carefully excluded extreme avantgardism though emphasizing the contemporary.
In this he continued the custom of Segovia and earlier guitarists but extended the essential framework to the point where there could be no return to former limitations" WADE, , p. More recently, Bream has commissioned pieces to be performed by other guitarists.
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Leathwood, personal communication, March 16, In the meantime, the task of elucidating non-guitarist composers on writing for guitar had been taken up by Gilardino ; ; and Ulloa We decided that one of the main ways for us to make a contribution was to commission. We both have a passion for new music, and recognize that the repertoire needs constant re- vitalization if the guitar is to survive and thrive.
Additionally, we see a fair number of composers languishing in obscurity, not knowing how to market themselves or their often beautiful and challenging music, while others who might easily create a slick presentation shy away from the risk involved in writing for such a labyrinthine instrument as ours—at least without a trusted guide. By devoting ourselves to composers of twenty-first century music, whether on a small or large scale, we can potentially make an enduring contribution to the repertoire of our instrument.
Guitarists who filter the repertoire between composers and listeners are too naive and lazy, and they ignore the majority of the repertoire accumulated in this century for their instrument. Their choices are influenced mainly by fashions and by a desperate search of pieces easy to be listened and appreciated by everybody.
There are exceptions of course, but they are too few: In general, the composers of the 20th century have written for the guitar with the intention of trying to find a compromise between their musical ideas and the arsenal of possible techniques that the performer could put at their disposal. This ensemble of means was evidently limited by the routine and playing habits of guitarists and a direct function of the classical or modern repertoire they practised.
In the best case, the composer pushed this technique to the limits, 31 Original version: Er brachte mir das Instrument, zu dem ich bis anhin wenig Beziehung hatte, sehr nahe. It is especially necessary that the traditional guitarists evolve. I would like that they can control these new techniques It is for all the instruments that the evolution is currently done in the direction of the timbre.
It is then essential that the collaborating guitarist is adventurous and has a good arsenal of techniques. In some cases, an impulse by such a guitarist is enough: In Tellur , Murail n. To this also contributes the use of different tunings, as Ribeiro , pp. Thus, unconventional techniques not only give rise to unusual colors but can also be useful in overcoming limitations. This, when compared to fretless instruments, is however for composer Georg Friedrich Haas , an advantage when using different tunings in the sense that intonation is easily achievable.
We believe that new color-research results could entice composers dismissing the guitar for its limitations or its paradigmatic sound to reconsider composing for the instrument.
An amplified instrument is a different instrument. Regarding the amplified guitar, or any amplified instrument with decaying sounds, when these are left to decay away, the primary novelty introduced is the perception of a longer lasting decay.
For itself, it is not much but it can aid the fruition of other sounds the amplification of which introduces novelty in color. It is believed this is the case of the sounds which the technique of multiphonics produces. This scarcely researched technique, consists, as in the case of harmonics, in damping out some of the string's vibrational modes by lightly touching the string at certain locations during or after its excitation or both. It produces sounds of unusual colors due to their spectrum which facilitates the perception of multiple pitches, and which in some cases, due to the inharmonicity of the higher partials, leads to the perception of bell-like sounds.
On the guitar, the technique has remained in the shadows.
Schneider , pp. To overcome this problem it is necessary that non-guitarist composers engage in writing for the instrument, especially great composers, since this could help avoiding prejudice against the guitar as an art instrument by other composers. For those who fear writing for guitar, collaboration with an adventurous guitarist could help promote color research. Thus, we are researching multiphonics, in order to provide composers and guitarists with relevant information on a technique which we believe to be particularly suitable in writing for amplified guitar.
We aim to contribute to the promotion of color research on the guitar and to the establishment of multiphonics as common vocabulary in writing for the instrument, especially for amplified guitar.
Barata does not list, at least, the following publications: However, he lists as harmonics locations notating them symbolically, with microtonal accidentals when not at frets , locations at which the technique of multiphonics is also, or in fact, only possible pp. It is supervised by Prof. Paulo Ferreira-Lopes and has the secondary supervision of Prof. Thomas A. An analysis. June 10, Original work published in Les Cahiers de la Guitare, Vol. Interview of Tristan Murail. Multiphonics and the oboe.
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Cambridge University Press, DAWE, K. Handmade in Spain: The culture of guitar making. Berg, Pour le tombeau de Claude Debussy. Chanterelle, Reprinted from London: Cecilia Colien Honegger, Clarinet multiphonics. Del Grazia personal communication, October 16, ]. October 13, Visiones en la vanguardia. Double bass multiphonics. The Strad, Vol. Clarice Assad: Exclusive interview by Patrick Durek. Soundboard, Vol.
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