The verses saved from oblivion [FEDERN]

Composed by
bass flute, flute, harp, viola
With electronics
Venue of the premiere
Biel/Bienne (Switzerland)
16 minutes

The verses saved from oblivion is inspired by an Icelandic tale Sira Halfdan and Björn the violinist. The story tells of a talented violinist who loved wandering through villages until he was sent by his mother to his uncle Sira Halfdan to learn discipline and kindness. Halfdan challenges Björn thanks to the exercise of magic to understand how far his courage will go. 

Music, costumes, scenography_Cristiana Palandri

Performers_Aurora Pajon, Mathilde Bernard, Alejandra Martin

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