Canal March

José María Ciria's L'Atto e l'Inerzia

Taller Sonoro: Jesús Sánchez Valladares, flute; Camilo Irizo, clarinet; Alejandro Tuñón, violin; María del Carmen Coronado, cello and Ignacio Torner, piano

L'Atto e l'Inerzia, by José María Ciria (1990)

The subtitle of this work by José María Ciria, "per la metamorfosi d’Aletheia" ("for the transformation of the Truth") alludes to a conception of art as a "revelation of reality". The Romanic architecture that inspires the work is embodied in an irregular ostinato in the piano and in "rugged" sounds, evoking the stone element.

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