Entrepolos I

Composed by
Performed by
tenor saxophone
With electronics
8 minutes

The Entrepolos I contains, as element of music from the past, reference to the tonal system and, as element of current music, the use, especially, of the so-called ‘extended techniques’, that search innovative ways of playing, bringing to the music different noises from the instrument itself.
The union (“unconventional union” I would say) of these apparently (and only apparently!) distinct and unfamiliar element is, therefore, the material of this work. On the way, it is also, and by excellence, the entrepolos of this piece, once this union is no longer a simple juxtaposition of two different things, but one new thing, singular and unique.