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Aziza Sadikova Cello Concerto (UA)

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Aziza Sadikova Cello Concerto (UA) "relentless powerful outbursts that with hard-hearted ruggedness shattered into the bones." Aziza Sadikova Cellokonzert (UA) 18.01.17 Stadthalle, Heidelberg

Simon Scherer Rabiater Umgang mit den Instrumenten Viertes Philharmonisches Konzert mit Uraufführung der Auftragskomposition Aziza Sadikovas – Solist: Julian Steckel

The play with sound sonority was the main tool in Sadikova's first Cello Concerto. Extreme aggression created from the first seconds when huge Philharmonic orchestra stunted into truly destructive drip.
The composer, who was born in Tashkent in 1978, went early to music school and won the European Composer Prize, tells about the deep feelings that she tried to express with her music and that dramatic side is always present in her emotions. A fully packed concert hall did not only once tremble upon such relentless powerful outbursts that with hard-hearted ruggedness, shattered into the bones.
The unmistakable will of the Philharmonic, as well as the unruly sound culture of the soloist Julian Steckel, unprecedentedly exploited the complete range of sound effects, from glittering glissandi to the reluctant Bartok pizzicato, where the strings hit the fingerboard with a loud buzz. The unrestricted power of the Philharmonic, along with unruly soundscape of the soloist Julian Steckel, unprecedentedly exploited the complete range of sound effects, from glittering glissandi to the reluctant Bartok pizzicato, where the strings hit the fingerboard with a loud buzz. The handling of the instruments in this struggle seemed like a discharge of passionate emotions after indefinable intermediate states of breath.
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