Lubomyr Melnyk Fallen Trees
There was something sorrowful there, but also hopeful. That energy is present in Fallen Trees too, but at points the tone is quieter, the mood darker and more wistful. The work that gives it its name, the five-part, minute Fallen Treesis one of the most ambitious and demanding pieces he has ever created. Born in Ukraine inMelnyk fell for the piano at an early age. Given lessons as a young child after his family emigrated to Canada after the iron curtain came down, he was immediately transfixed by the possibilities of the instrument.
Homeless and in desperate need of money, he supported himself by accompanying dance lessons for a company run Complex Midi Merge the experimental choreographer Carolyn Carlson.
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Melnyk composes, as he plays, at the piano, feeling out lines and individual rhythmic cells that bubble, undulate and gradually expand into vast, interlinked frameworks. C Codes In The Clouds. F Finn. G Greg Gives Peter Space. L Lubomyr Melnyk. Q Qasim Naqvi.
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