George enescu - « vox maris », poem simfonic / simfonia concertantă pentru violoncel și orchestră - George Enescu - Symphonic poem Vox Maris , Op.31 (1954.


The first main part of the work is itself in three sections: the opening is quiet, with G sounding deep in the bass, and—as if scanning the distance with shaded eyes—slowly rising string counterpoint, shadowed by woodwind and harps, ebbs and flows as the mood becomes momentarily minatory. The mood clears, and sunlight seems to emerge. The process appears to begin again, the woodwind more prominent, before a high F-sharp on first violins prepares for the entry of the off-stage tenor solo (the sailor), whose metaphysical text ponders on the 'horrible torture' of human death at sea. [ citation needed ] After these preludial sections, the third—the first fast music in the work—suggest sail-boats on a bright day at sea in A-flat. [ citation needed ]


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