Loneliness op. 50 (2017)
- for solo flute
There are several influences in the piece; Lepo Sumera’s (Pantomim - 1981) and Anders Hillborg’s (Peacock tales - 1998) musical world. But the leitmotif is the famous aria from Puccini’s Tosca. The two faces of this “letter aria” can be discovered in the Loneliness: “cantabile doloroso, amaro, esclamare, addio - or passando, giocoso” - some instructions in the score. “My dream of love is gone for ever. The time is gone, and I'm dying in despair! And I have never before loved life so much” - in the score can be find” - excerpt from the text of the Puccini’s aria.
The dedication of the piece is addressed to Gergely Matuz, whose inspirations helped the creation of the composition.
First presentation: Sándorfalva /Hungary/, on 13 November 2017 (Gergely Matuz)
Duration: 5 minutes
Publisher: Hangvarázs Bt. - No. 58 (firstname.lastname@example.org)