2 prepared harpsichord & Erard vleugel (a piano)
Performed with a graphic score, Water Siter uses the idea of an adaptation of Javanese traditional scale (namely, slendro) into a harpsichord’s tuning system, the Javanese siter’s traditional playing technique, and a mimetic interpretation of a physical movement of water. This composition is aimed to be performed with improvisation guided by the score and the direction.
The piece was awarded the 2nd Prize Composition Winner.
Prix Annelie de Man 2015, Orgelpark, Amsterdam, the Netherlands on 28 May 2015.
Ere Lievonen prepared harpsichord
Arend Grosfeld prepared harpsichord
Anne Veinberg Erard vleugel (piano)