the summer of 1998, composer Simeon ten Holt, pianist Kees Wieringa and
sound technician Bert van Dijk shut themselves in the auditorium of Muziekcentrum
Vredenburg The Netherlands for 2 days. They were at each other's mercy
for the recording of a new compact disc with piano music by Simeon ten
Holt. This is the record premiere of Eadem Sed Aliter and a new devilish
piano dance, named Solo Devil Dance III. As the pre-eminet specialist
of Ten Holt's repertoire, Kees Wieringa once premiered these new works
in the auditorium of Muziekcentrum Vredenburg. The acoustics of this hall
are ideal for this 'music of the future'. Please send your order for this
cd to the home page of do records or through e-mail directly. Distribution in The
Netherlands: Clavicenter Amsterdam.
Ten Holt: ' The complementary aspects of the antitheses is a reflection
of the cause and consequence or tension and resolution contrast inherent
in the structure of tonality; that is, functional pairs which are anchored,
in turn, in the substrata of the human mind. This perspective has consequences
for the performance with regard to conceptions of time and duration and
it frees concepts such as 'beginning' and 'end' and 'before' and 'after'
from their limiting implications'.
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