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Hyo-shin Na: PIA (2007)

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Published on Feb 25, 2013

Wooden Fish Ensemble
Old First Concerts
February 10, 2013
Performed by Yun-kyong Jin, piri and Thomas Schultz, piano
The title PIA combines the words "piri" (Korean bamboo oboe) and
"piano". In Korean, "pi" and "a" means "You and I". Piri is a small
instrument, limited in both range and agility. Yet, with the piri, each
note is flexible; it can produce many types of vibrato, also glissandi,
and micro tones. In comparison, the piano possesses great range
and agility, but a note, once played, is fixed. These two instruments
are as different as You (PI) and I (A). The composer (Hyo-shin Na)
was attracted to these differences and wrote each part keeping in
mind the nature of that instrument. Pia was written for Chi-wan
Park in 2007.

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