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 Louis ANDRIESSEN (né en 1939)

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MessageSujet: Louis ANDRIESSEN (né en 1939)   Mar 8 Sep - 20:38

Louis Andriessen, né le 6 juin 1939 à Utrecht aux Pays-Bas, est un compositeur néerlandais.

Issu d'une famille de musiciens — son père, Hendrik Andriessen (1892-1981), est également compositeur — Louis Andriessen a étudié avec Kees van Baren, au Conservatoire Royal de la Haye puis Luciano Berio à Milan et Berlin.

Son œuvre, inspirée par la philosophie platonicienne (par exemple De Staat inspirée de La République), est diversifiée et présente la particularité de comporter des partitions pour saxophone (dont Hout, pour saxophone ténor, marimba, guitare et piano, écrite en 1991).

Louis Andriessen a abordé tous les genres : d'abord dans la lignée du sérialisme et du dodécaphonisme, puis dans celle du post-modernisme, inspiré par la musique minimaliste des répétitifs américains (notamment Steve Reich) et l'harmonie consonante ou polytonale. Il a également travaillé pour le cinéma, et l'opéra avec le réalisateur Peter Greenaway.

Il est membre du jury du prix de composition Tōru Takemitsu en 2000.


Œuvres

Rondo Barbaro (1954) pour piano
Sonata (1956) pour flûte et piano (dédié à Lucas van Regteren Altena)
Elegy (1957) pour violoncelle et piano
Elegy (1957) pour contrebasse et piano (arrangement de Quirijn van Regteren Altena)
Nuit d'été (1957) pour piano quatre mains
Quartet in two movements (1957) pour quatuor à cordes
Séries (1958) pour 2 pianos
Nocturnen (1959) (texte du compositeur) pour 2 sopranos, orchestre (dédié à Jeanette Yanikian)
Percosse (1959) pour flûte, trompette, basson et percussion
Prospettive e Retrospettive (1959) pour piano
Trois Pièces (1961) pour piano main gauche
Aanloop en sprongen (1961) (Rincorsa e salti) pour flûte, hautbois et clarinette en Si bémol
Ittrospezione I (1961) pour piano 4 mains
Joli commentaire (1961) pour piano 4 mains
Paintings (1961) pour un flûtiste (ou un joueur de flûte à bec) et un pianiste
Étude pour les timbres (1962) pour piano
Triplum (1962) pour guitare (dédié à Jeanette Yanikian)
Canzone 3 (Utinam) (1962) pour voix et piano
Constructions for a Ballet (1962, révision 2009) pour orchestre, incluant Ondine, timbres voor orkest
Plain-chant (1963) pour flûte et harpe (dédié à Eugenie van des Grinten et Veronica Reyns)
Ittrospezione II (1963) pour grand orchestre
Sweet (1964) pour flûte à bec alto (dédié à Frans Brüggen)
Registers (1963) pour piano
A flower song II (1964) pour hautbois solo
A flower song III (1964) pour violoncelle solo
Ittrospezione III (concept I) (1964) pour 2 pianos et 3 groupes instrumentaux
Double (1965) pour clarinette et piano (dédié à George Pieterson et Tan Crone)
Ittrospezione III (Concept II) – Fragment (1965) saxophone ténor ad libitum, 2 pianos (section de Ittrospezione III [Concept II]; peut être interprété séparément)
Beatles Songs (1966) (arrangements satiriques de quatre chansons des Beatles songs) pour voix de femme et piano
Souvenirs d'enfance (1954–1966) pour piano
Rage, rage against the dying of the light (1966) pour 4 trombones
Anachronie I (1966–67) pour grand orchestre
The Garden of Ryoan-gi (1967) pour 3 orgues électroniques
Worum es ging und worum es geht (1967) (avec Misha Mengelberg) pour orchestre
Contra tempus (1967–1968) pour grand ensemble
Choralvorspiele (1969) pour orgue barrel
Anachronie II (1969) pour hautbois, petit orchestre (4 cors, harpe, piano, cordes)
Hoe het is (1969) pour 52 cordes et live electronics
Sonate op.2 nr.1 (1969) pour piano avec des interruptions de quatuor à cordes (basé sur la sonate pour piano n°1 de Ludwig van Beethoven)
Reconstructie (1969) (avec Reinbert de Leeuw, Misha Mengelberg, Peter Schat, Jan van Vlijmen, livret de Hugo Claus, Harry Mulisch) Opéra de moralité pour solistes, 3 chœurs mixtes (chacun à 4 voix), orchestre (11 bois, 7 cuivres, 2 guitares, 11 claviers, 10 cordes), live electronics
De negen symfonieën van Beethoven (1970) pour cloche de glacier, orchestre
Spektakel (1970) pour improvisational ensemble d'improvisation (saxophone [+ clarinette basse], alto, guitare basse, orgue électronique [+ piano], percussion [ou d'autres instruments]), petit orchestre (12 bois, 4 cors, 6 percussions)
Vergeet mij niet (1970) (Forget me not) pour hautbois
La voile du bonheur (1966–1971) pour violon et piano
een, twee (1971) pour orgue, 10 instrumentistes et piano
In Memoriam (1971) pour bande
Volkslied (1971) for an unlimited amount and kinds of instruments (in all octaves) (based on the Dutch national anthem Wilhelmus van Nassouwe and on The Internationale)[5]
De Volharding (1972) (Perseverance) for piano and wind instruments (written for Orkest de Volharding)[5]
Dat gebeurt in Vietnam (1972) (That's going on in Vietnam) for wind ensemble[5]
Arrangement of Solidaritätslied by Hanns Eisler (1972) for wind ensemble
Arrangement of Streikslied by Hanns Eisler (1972) for wind ensemble
Arrangement of In C by Terry Riley (1972) for wind ensemble
Arrangement of Bereits sprach der Welt by Hanns Eisler (1972) for wind ensemble
Arrangement of Tango by Igor Stravinsky (1972) for wind ensemble
Arrangement of La création du monde by Darius Milhaud (1972) for wind ensemble
Thanh Hoa (1972) (text by Nguyen Thai Mao) for voice and piano[5]
Canzone 3.Utinam (1972) (text from the Book of Job) for soprano, piano, 1962; Thanh Hoa (text by Nguyen Thay Mao), voice, piano
On Jimmy Yancey (1973) for 9 winds, piano and double bass (written for Orkest de Volharding)[5]
Voor Sater (1973) for wind ensemble
Amsterdam Vrij (1973) for wind ensemble
Il Duce (1973) for tape
The family (1973) for ensemble (film music)[5]
Melodie (1972–1974) for alto recorder (or other flute) and piano[5]
Arrangement of Ipanema and Gavea from Saudades do Brasil by Darius Milhaud (1974) for wind ensemble
Il Principe (1974) (text by Niccolò Machiavelli) for 2 mixed choruses, 8 winds, 3 horns, tuba, bass guitar, piano
Wals (1974) for piano
Symfonieën der Nederlanden (1974) for 2 or more symphonic bands (minimum 32 players)
Nederland, let op uw schoonheyt (1975) for symphonic band
Workers Union (1975) for any loud-sounding group of instruments
De Staat (1972–76) (text by Plato) for 2 sopranos, 2 mezzo-sopranos, 4 oboes (3rd, 4th + English horn), 4 horns, 4 trumpets, 3 trombones, bass trombone, 2 harps, 2 electric guitars, 4 violas, bass guitar, 2 pianos (also transcribed for two pianos in 1992 by Cees van Zeeland and Gerard Bouwhuis)
Mattheus passie (1976) (text by Louis Ferron) Music theatre work for 8 mixed voices, 2 oboes (both + English horn), Hammond organ, string quartet, double bass
Hoketus (1975–76) for 2 panpipes, 2 alto saxophones ad libitum, 2 bass guitars, 2 pianos, 2 electric pianos, 2 congas
Orpheus (1977) (text by Lodewijk de Boer) Music theatre work for 8 mixed voices, lyricon, electric guitar, bass guitar, synthesizer, percussion
Symphonie voor losse snaren (1978) for 12 strings
Laat toch vrij die straat (1978) (text by Jaap van der Merwe) for voice and piano
Hymne to the Memory of Darius Milhaud (1978) (version of chamber work)
Felicitatie (1979) for 3 trumpets
Toespraak (1979) for speaker who also plays trombone[5]
Mausoleum (1979 rev. 1981) (texts by Mikhail Bakunin, Arthur Arnould) for 2 high baritones, orchestra (12 brass, 2 harps, cimbalom, 2 pianos, 2 percussion, minimum 10 strings, bass guitar)
Music for the film The Alien (1980) (Rudolf van den Berg)
George Sand (1980) (text by Mia Meyer) Music theatre work for 8 mixed voices, 4 pianos
Un beau baiser (1980) for mixed chorus
Messe des pauvres by Erik Satie, arrangement by Louis Andriessen for choir, 15 solo strings, accordion, contrabass clarinet and harp (1980)[5]
Ende (1981) for 2 alto recorders (1 player) (dedicated to Frans Brüggen)
Anfang (1981) for sopranino recorder and piano
De Tijd (1979–81) (text by St. Augustine of Hippo) for female chorus, percussion ensemble, orchestra (6 flutes, 2 alto flutes, 3 clarinets, contrabass clarinet, 6 trumpets, 2 harps, 2 pianos, Hammond organ, strings, 2 bass guitars)
Commentaar (1981) (text by Wilhelm Schön) for voice and piano
La voce (1981) (to a text by Cesare Pavese) for cello and voice
Disco (1982) for violin and piano
Overture to Orpheus (1982) for harpsichord
De Snelheid (1982–83 rev. 1984) for 3 amplified ensembles
Y después (1983) (text by Federico García Lorca) for voice and piano
Menuet voor Marianne (1983) for piano
Trepidus (1983) for piano
Doctor Nero (1984) Music theatre work
Berceuse voor Annie van Os (1985) for piano
De Lijn (1986) for 3 flutes
Dubbelspoor (1986 rev. 1994) Ballet music for piano, harpsichord, celesta, glockenspiel
De Materie (1984–88) (texts from the Plakkaat van Verlatinge, Nicolaes Witsen, David Gorlaeus, Hadewijch, M.H.J. Schoenmaekers, Madame van Domselaer-Middelkoop, Willem Kloos, Marie Curie, Françoise Giroud). Music theatre work for soprano, tenor, 2 female speakers, 8 amplified mixed voices, amplified orchestra (15 winds, 13 brass, harp, 2 electric guitars, 2 pianos [one + electric piano], off-stage upright piano, celesta, 2 synthesizers, 6 percussion, minimum 9 strings, bass guitar. Two of its four sections may be performed separately as concert works: [2] Hadewijch, [3] De Stijl
De Toren (1988, rev. 2000) for carillon
Nietzsche redet (1989) (text by Friedrich Nietzsche) for speaker, alto flute, English horn, clarinet, bass clarinet, bassoon, 2 violins, viola, 2 celli, double bass, 2 pianos
Flora Tristan (1990) for mixed choir a cappella (text by Fleur Bourgonje)[5]
Facing Death (1990) for amplified string quartet
Facing Death (1990) for saxophone quartet (arrangement by Aurelia Saxophone Quartet)
Dances (1991) (text by Joan Grant, choreography by Bianca van Dillen) For soprano, small orchestra (amplified harp, amplified piano, percussion, strings). May be performed as a concert work.
M is for Man, Music, Mozart (1991) (texts by the composer, Jeroen van der Linden, Peter Greenaway) for female jazz voice, flute (+ piccolo), soprano saxophone, alto saxophone, tenor saxophone, horn, 3 trumpets, 2 trombones, bass trombone, double bass, piano (TV score; may be performed as a concert work with one additional song)
Lacrimosa (1991) for 2 bassoons
Lacrimosa (1991) for 2 flutes (arrangement by Manuel Zurria)
Hout (1991) for tenor saxophone, electric guitar, piano and marimba (+ woodblocks)
Romance voor Caecilia (1991) for piano
Nadir en Zenit (1992) improvisations on poems by Sybren Polet for voice and piano (+ synthesizer)
...not being sundered (1992) (text by Rainer Maria Rilke) for soprano, flute, cello
Song Lines (1992) for 3–6 saxophones
Deuxième chorale (1992) for music box
The Memory of Roses (1992) for piano (+ toy piano)
Chorale (1992) for piano
M is Muziek, Monoloog en Moord (1993) (text by Lodewijk de Boer) Music theatre work
Lied (1993) for piano
Rosa - A Horse Drama: The Death of a Composer (1993–94) (libretto by Peter Greenaway) Opera for 2 sopranos, tenor, 2 baritones, female speaker, 8 mixed voices, orchestra.
Een lied van de zee (1994) (text by Hélène Swarth) for female voice
Zilver (1994) for flute, clarinet, violin, cello, piano, vibraphone and marimba
Base (1994) for piano left hand
Odysseus' Women (1995) (text by Homer, choreography by Beppie Blankert) for 2 sopranos, 2 altos, sampler
De komst van Willibrord (1995) for carillon
To Pauline O (1995) for oboe
Machmes Wos (1996) for voice, piano
Trilogie van de Laatste Dag (1996–97) (each of its three sections may be performed separately: (i) The Last Day (texts by Lucebert, folksong A Woman and Her Lass) for boy soprano, 4 male voices, orchestra; (ii) TAO (texts by Laozi, Kotaro Takamura) for 4 female voices, piano [+ voice, koto], small orchestra [5 winds, 2 horns, harp, piano (+ celesta), 2 percussion, minimum 14 strings]; (iii) Dancing on the Bones (text by the composer) for children's chorus, orchestra, 1997)
De herauten (1997) for 3 horns, 3 trumpets, 3 trombones, tuba, timpani
Not an Anfang (1997) for piano
De eerste minnaar (1998) (text by Ton Tellegen) for boy soprano, organ, 1998 (section of music theatre work Oldenbarneveldt; may be performed as a concert work)
Tuin van Zink (1998) for viola and live electronics
Writing to Vermeer (1997–99) (libretto by Peter Greenaway) Opera for 2 children's voices, 2 sopranos, mezzo-soprano, female chorus, orchestra (7 winds, 2 horns, 2 trumpets [2nd + bass trumpet], 2 harps, 2 electric guitars, cimbalom, 2 pianos, on-stage harpsichord, 2 percussion, minimum 22 strings), CD (music by Michel van der Aa)
Woodpecker (1999) for percussion
Image de Moreau (1999) for piano
Dirck Sweelinck Missed the Prince (1999) for harpsichord
Passeggiata in tram in America e ritorno (1999) (text by Dino Campana) for female Italian voice, violin and piano
What Shall I Buy You, Son? (2000) for voice, piano
Boodschappenlijstje van een gifmengster (2000) (text by the composer) for vocalist (also writes), voice (may be performed as Shopping List of a Poisoner [translated by Nicoline Gatehouse]
Inanna's Descent (2000) for mezzo-soprano, piccolo, oboe, violin, piano, 2 percussion ensembles (4–12 total players)
The New Math(s) (2000) (text by Hal Hartley) for soprano, transverse flute, violin, marimba, CD (music by Michel van der Aa), 2000 (film score; may be performed as a concert work)
Feli-citazione (2000) for piano
Passeggiata in tram in America e ritorno (2001) (text by Dino Campana) for female Italian voice, 3 trumpets, 3 trombones, electric guitar, electric violin, double bass, piano, percussion, 1998 (also version for voice, flute, horn, 3 trumpets, 3 trombones, amplified violin, double bass, piano
De vleugels van de herinnering (2001) (text by Larissa Tiginachvili [Dutch translation]) for voice, piano
Fanfare om te beginnen (2001) for 6 groups of horns
La Passione (2000–02) (text by Dino Campana) for female jazz voice, violin, small orchestra (7 winds, 7 brass, electric guitar, cimbalom, 2 pianos, synthesizer, 2 percussion, 3 violins, bass guitar)
Very Sharp Trumpet Sonata (2002) for trumpet
Tuin van Eros (Garden of Eros) (2002) for string quartet
Klokken voor Haarlem (Bells for Haarlem) (2002) for piano, celesta, synthesizer, vibraphone (+ glockenspiel)
Pupazzetti by Alfredo Casella, arranged by Louis Andriessen for ensemble in 2002–2003
Inanna (2003) texts by Hal Hartley, Theo J.H. Krispijn) for 4 voices, 3 actors, mixed chorus, contrabass clarinet, 4 saxophones, violin, film (by Hal Hartley)
Letter from Cathy (2003) (text from a letter by Cathy Berberian to the composer) for female jazz voice, harp, violin, double bass, piano, percussion
Tuin van Eros (2003) for violin and piano
RUTTMANN Opus II, III, IV (2003) for flute, 3 saxophones, horn, 3 trumpets, 3 trombones, double bass, piano (film music for a film of Walter Ruttman, written for the Filmmuseum Biennale 2003)[5]
Haags Hakkûh (The Hague Hacking) (2003) for 2 pianos. Renamed to Haags Hakkûh Stukje (The Hague Hacking Scrap) in 2008.
Racconto dall'inferno (2004) (text by Dante Alighieri) for female jazz voice, small orchestra (8 winds, 6 brass, guitar, cimbalom, 2 pianos, 2 percussion, minimum 8 strings, bass guitar). Part II of La Commedia (2004–08).
De Opening (2005) for ensemble (combined Orkest De Volharding, ASKO Ensemble, Schoenberg Ensemble)
Vermeer Pictures (2005) concert suite for orchestra from Writing to Vermeer (arrangement by Clark Rundell)
XENIA (2005) for violin
Hymne to the memory of Darius Milhaud for ensemble (1974/2006)[5]
Hellende Fanfare (Inclined fanfare; Fanfara inclinata) (2006) for voice and ensemble (Text by Dino Campana)
Raadsels (Riddle) (2006) for solo violin
Johann Sebastian Bach's Prelude in b minor from the Well-Tempered Clavier BWV 866, arranged for string quartet with the first six bars augmented with a viola part by Igor Stravinsky, completed by Louis Andriessen (2006)
..miserere... (2006–07) pour quatuor à cordes
The City of Dis or: The Ship of Fools (2007) pour voix et ensemble. Partie I de La Commedia (2004–08).
La Commedia (2004–08), opéra filmé en cinq parties (textes de Dante et Vondel et des extraits de l'Ancien Testament)
Haags Hakkûh (The Hague Hacking) (2008) pour deux pianos et grand ensemble
Christiaan Andriessens uitzicht op de Amstel (Christiaan Andriessen's view on the river Amstel) (2009) pour ensemble
Life (2009) for ensemble, avec un film de Marijke van Warmerdam
Anaïs Nin (2009/10) pour chanteur, ensemble et film
La Girò (2011), pour violon solo et ensemble
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