Composer - Speak, Jeroen

Serendipity Fields, for piano trio and guzheng – 11′

Jeroen writes: ‘This work is, at its heart a reworking of several earlier works, though recomposed for this new ensemble. The guzheng (and its ancient predecessor gu qin) have interested me ever since my first visits to China, and many works from this period use ideas generated from the instrument, most notably the traditional notation system (wen zi pu) which was used as early as the 10th century. The title alludes to the many overlaps between the guzheng and the first works I composed, particularly on the gestural level, which enable these instruments to work together seamlessly.’

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