Kittos, H. (2001) Arthrós. [Composition]


For solo piano, duration 11 minutes. Arthrós (from the Greek word "árthrosis" which means articulation/joint) is someone/something whose purpose/function is to produce phrases/shapes/form/language and express him/itself. After a struggle which brings a state of chaos and mania, he/it finally relaxes, releases the tension and starts "talking"/"singing" but exhaustion does not allow him/it to continue. This piece was first performed by Aleksander Szram on 11 June 2002, at the Peacock Room, Trinity College of Music, London.

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