for violin, cello and electronics (12 min.) View score
tonus is "the constant low-level activity of a body tissue, especially muscle tone" (New Oxford American Dictionary), an internally active calmness, out of which arises a reduced texture in the violin. Both the violin and the violoncello are amplified to an extreme level, making audible minute sounds which would otherwise be hidden inside the instruments. The amplification is getting more and more out of control and what was once amplified is now distorted beyond recognition.
Georgia Privitera, violin
Myriam Garcia Fidalgo, violoncello
Peter Venus, sound engineer
Martin Hiendl, electronics
November 8th, 2014 | Text im Klang (Minoritensäle)
impuls. Verein zur Vermittlung zeitgenössischer Musik