Moments incommunicables

Year: 2011

Instrumentation: Guitar, Flute, Clarinet, Violin and Cello

First performance by Ruben Seroussi (Guitar) and "Meitar" ensemble - 01.03.2012, Clairmont Hall, Tel Aviv University (Israel)

Other performances:

  • Flavio Virzě (Gtr), Sonja Horlacher (Fl), Pablo Barragán Hernández (Cl), Alessio Pianelli (Vcl), Orsolya Sepsi (Vln) - 25.04.2012, Grosser Saal, Hochschule für Musik Basel (Switzerland)
  • G.E.R.M.I. Ensemble - 30.05.2012, Felt Music Club, Rome (Italy)
  • David Silva (Clarinet), Wiktor Kociuban (Cello), Flavio Virzě (Guitar), Sonja Horlacher (Flute), Orsolya Sepsi (Violin) - 22.06.2012, Grosser Saal, Hochschule für Musik Basel (Switzerland)
  • "Meitar" Ensemble and Nadav Lev - 29.10.2016, Contemporary music center, the Israeli conservatory, Tel Aviv (Israel)

Recording:

Note:
“The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place.” (George Bernard Shaw)
This piece tries to confront the singularity of an experience and the inability to share and communicate it. The music composed tries to function as a soundtrack of the subconscious, to imagine how these dark places could “sound”. The piece begins with an ungraspable musical experience and later, the “actor” on stage tries to communicate this experience but gradually, the communication and its means become blurred. The abstraction and generalization that are necessary for communication flatten the original experience, leading in the end to a binary, meaningless act of communication.