Title: Canto Ostinato
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Canto Ostinato ("Obstinate Song" (as ostinato)) is a musical composition written by the Dutch composer Simeon ten Holt. The piece was completed in 1976 and performed for the first time in 1979 and is by far his most popular and most performed work. The most remarkable aspect about this work is the amount of freedom that is given to the performer(s). The piece can be performed with different instruments and a different number of performers.
Simeon ten Holt (born 1923), one of the Netherlands' preeminent minimalists, is best known for Canto Ostinato, for one or more keyboards. The piece is modular, with 106 sections, each of which can be repeated an infinite number of times, left to the performers' discretion. The composer estimates that the minimum length of time required for the piece to make the appropriate impact is about 30 minutes. Anyone who loves the work (and it does have a cadre of ardent devotees) should revel in the new insights that are exposed in this gossamer interpretation. One fascinating thing about this recording is the clarity with which Cunego brings out Holt's reference to the passacaglia in Monteverdi's madrigal Lamento della Ninfa. Its repeating bass line and harmonic progression are identical to what Holt introduces beginning at about section 23 of the piece.
This album has an average beat per minute of 116 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 69/174 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Canto Ostinato. BPM Profile Canto Ostinato. Album starts at 155BPM, ends at 137BPM (-18), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Simeon ten Holt.
The first performance of Simeon Ten Holt's Canto Ostinato took place on April 25th 1979 in the Ruïnekerk in Bergen (The Netherlands) and was realized using three pianos and an electronic organ. Since its premiere, Canto Ostinato grew out to be a hypnotizing masterpiece, revered by audiences and composers all over the world. The 90-minute piece is divided into sections, each divided into smaller sections of repetitive melodies. Interpreting artists are free to decide themselves how they vary these smaller pieces and for how long they repeat them . The duo adapted Canto to be played on two grand pianos. Their breakthrough album eventually sold in more than 40 countries. 180 gram audiophile vinyl.
Listen to music from Simeon ten Holt like Canto Ostinato: Section 95, Canto Ostinato for Solo Piano: Section 95 & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Simeon ten Holt. Ten Holt studied with Jakob van Domselaer, eventually developing a highly personal style of minimal composition. Ten Holt generally uses consonant, tonal materials and his works are organized in numerous cells, made up of a few measures each, which are repeated ad libitum according to the player's preference.
Polo De Haas), Canto Ostinato, Section 93-106 and 10 more tracks from this album here for free. More albums by this artist. Canto Ostinato, Section 93-106. Canto Ostinato, Section 88h-90. Canto Ostinato, Section 91-91 Bridge. Canto Ostinato, Section 51-68. Canto Ostinato, Section 16-25. Canto Ostinato, Section 1-15. Canto Ostinato, Section 26-45. Canto Ostinato, Section 69-79. Simeon Ten Holt - Cycle to Madness. Natalon in E (Simeon Ten Holt). Ten Holt: Solo Devil's Dance II. Meandres. Solo Devil Dance III (Simeon Ten Holt). Canto Ostinato Piano Solo.
|VC 2529||Simeon Ten Holt||Canto Ostinato (CD, Album)||Contrapunctus Musicus||VC 2529||Netherlands||2007|
|AUO4607202105||Simeon Ten Holt||Canto Ostinato (CD, Album, RE)||Art Unorganized||AUO4607202105||Netherlands||2011|