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One of the characteristics of the composer is his interest in Oriental art and culture. This time he refers at Chinese culture taken on proportions of the architecture, some features of instrumentation in imperial music and other abstract concepts such as the balance between opposing forces.
The Sala de la suprema harmonia by David Padrós takes as a reference the imperial Chinese music. The composer translates the architectural proportions of the Forbidden City in terms of musical production.
|Instruments:||Piano, Flute, Clarinet, Violin, Cello, Drum Set|
|Ensembles:||Mixed Ensemble (6 or more instruments)|
|Period:||20th Century Music, 21th Century Music|
|Composer:||David Padrós (1942 - ) (bio)|
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