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Entangled

Mathias Hinke (b. 1973)

Alban Gerhardt (photo credit: Sim Canetty Clarke)

Alban Gerhardt (photo credit: Sim Canetty Clarke)

Composer
Mathias Hinke (b. 1973)
Composition Year
2013
Artists
Alban Gerhardt [cello]

Programme Note Writer:
© Mathias Hinke

Entangled is a self-explanatory piece for cello and violin written for Alban Gerhardt and Gergana Gergova. The central idea is to demand from the players an intimate performance due to the nature of the arrangement. The fact that the piece is semi-tonal is of secondary importance, it just better illustrates the entangled composition, where everything is uneven and brittle. There are no two parts in this piece, there is just music written for a solo-8-stringed-double-instrument.

Mathias Hinke was born in Mexico City and studied composition and conducting in New York with Ludmila Ulehla and Gianpaolo Bracali. He has since written music for various orchestras and ensembles around Germany, America and Mexico and soloists such as Alban Gerhardt. He is father of 4 and lives happily married in Berlin since 1997.

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Entangled

Composer: Mathias Hinke (b. 1973)
Performance date: Saturday 5th July 2014
Venue: Bantry House Library, Bantry, Co. Cork, Ireland,

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Composer Mathias Hinke (b. 1973)
Work Title Entangled
Composition Year 2013
Artist(s) Alban Gerhardt [cello]
Performance Date Saturday 5th July 2014
Performance Venue Bantry House Library, Bantry, Co. Cork, Ireland,
Event Finale
Duration 00:05:52
Recording Engineer Damian Chennells, RTÉ lyric fm
Instrumentation Category Duo
Instrumentation vn, vc
Premiere World Premiere
Programme Note Writer © Mathias Hinke

Entangled is a self-explanatory piece for cello and violin written for Alban Gerhardt and Gergana Gergova. The central idea is to demand from the players an intimate performance due to the nature of the arrangement. The fact that the piece is semi-tonal is of secondary importance, it just better illustrates the entangled composition, where everything is uneven and brittle. There are no two parts in this piece, there is just music written for a solo-8-stringed-double-instrument.

Mathias Hinke was born in Mexico City and studied composition and conducting in New York with Ludmila Ulehla and Gianpaolo Bracali. He has since written music for various orchestras and ensembles around Germany, America and Mexico and soloists such as Alban Gerhardt. He is father of 4 and lives happily married in Berlin since 1997.