Fields and Hills – Silence consists of four very slow sections, in which the performers are divided into five equal groups, playing a still, but constantly moving, field of harmonies and rhythms. The work is an example of Krauze’s unistic music, an aesthetic based on the theory of unistic art adopted from the painting of Wladyslaw Strzeminski (1893-1952). Unistic music lacks contrasts, tension and climaxes in the traditional sense and its form is as homogenous as possible.
CoMA commission for Open Score 2009
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