Available until 18 May 2022

Saariaho: Oi kuu

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Oi kuu, “Oh, the Moon”, is a suggestive piece for bass clarinet and cello from 1990 where Kaija Saariaho, brush stroke by brush stroke, creates a composite image on the canvas: long lines and fast throws against a darkly shimmering background.

In folklore, the moon has a strange power over man when he marvels at its pale light. A wonderful sight, but also a mysterious force to beware of. Kaija Saariaho knows her art and skillfully lets musicians and instruments bring her captivating moon vision to life.

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Saariaho Oi kuu


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