Darryl Kubian | 321 Concerto for Acoustic & Electric Violin

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321 Concerto for Acoustic & Electric Violin

by Darryl Kubian

A 'Live Recording' of violinist Eric Wyrick performing at the Sala Nezahualcóyotl in Mexico City. This concert celebrates a fantastic and artistically successful collaboration with Eduardo Sánchez-Zúber and the Orquesta Sinfónica de Michoacán.
Genre: Classical: Concerto
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1. 321 Concerto for Acoustic & Electric Violin
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“The basic structure of the concerto is a life cycle of the universe,” says Kubian. “Each of the three movements has its own character. The opening is the big bang, with the electric violin playing a pizzicato on A. Essentially the piece is spawned by that singular pizzicato, which generates the piece’s energy. This is expanded upon later in the movement in a rhythmic figure.

“The second movement is the age that we’re in now, with its mixture of digital and analog technology,” Kubian continues. “The soloist switches to the acoustic instrument, but it’s gradually subsumed by the orchestra part, and the electric violin takes over. Ultimately the electric instrument overpowers the orchestra. There’s a regeneration of energy at the end.”



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