082-Pluto (Nickelodeon) (short ensemble version)
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Abstract arranged for a small instrumental group of a part of the work Nickelodeon, composed specifically for the homage concert to Wojciech Kilar, polish composer of movie soundtracks as "Dracula" of Francis Ford Coppola, or "The pianist" of Roman Polanski among more than 100 soundtracks of his catalog.
The homage concert to polish composer was attended in the room by the composer himself, October 20, 1997 at the auditorium Narcís de Carreras of Girona.
The Nickelodeons are mashines that still exist in some theme parks, that for 1 nickel (5 cents) they let you see a short fragment of a film. A little moment for fantasy.
The most famous cartoon character ever created was Mickey Mouse, but his buddy Pluto hasn't been less. For sure he has been one of the first imaginary dogs of many generations of children from the whole world. Musical funny tribute in form of Boogie-Boogie to this endearing character created by Walt Disney.
The work Nickelodeon is inspired in 10 emblematic character of the world of cinema.
Work included in the shows:
- Homeage concert to Kilar (1997)
- Tribute concert to Lorca (1998)
- Charity concert La Draga (2000)
- Piano concert at the Viader (2000)
- Journeying (2002)
- Piano concert in Can Puig (2008)
- Concert to Lenca Indians (2009)
- Piano concert in the Cloister (2013)
- Piano marathon (2014)
- Lunatics (2014)
- The light inside the water (2019)
Pluto (Nickelodeon) (short ensemble version) (3'23):
- Flute: Esteve Zulet
- Oboe: Almudena Jambrina
- Cello: Daniel Regincós
- Percussions: Cidon Trindade
- Piano: Paco Viciana
Concert at the Church of l'Assumpció de Segur of Calafell on August 25, 2002.
Score in pdf: