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'Telarañas' (the Spanish for cobwebs) is a duo for violin and cello written for and dedicated to Jakob Kullberg and Jack Liebeck. Much of the music is taken from other parts of a cycle of string pieces called 'Terrain', to which this is the penultimate part. The cycle begins with 'String sextet: the torturer's horse', followed by a quintet of piano, violin, viola, cello and bass; 'everything turns away'. There will then follow a string quartet (as yet unwritten) and the string trio, 'Amapolas' (Poppies) and then this duo. The final piece is a solo for viola, 'mantis'. The material used will cross all six pieces like a giant web. 'Telarañas' lasts approximately 11'.
21 NOV 2010
The Lady of Shalott
Solo in scèna
Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival
St Paul's Hall, Huddersfield, UK
Jakob Jullberg (cello), Chouchane Siranossian (violin)
...a beautiful performance of Telarañas (Spanish for cobwebs)...interest[ed] in the intricate patterns found in nature. The piece makes much of the timbral overlap between cello and violin, and relates to a wider 'web' of chamber pieces. I, for one, can't wait for their completion.
Guy Dammann, The Guardian,11/25/2010
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