Interludi Continui is a cycle of 6 pieces that can be played in different order. The idea behind this principle is that the musical structure can be appreciated from different points of view, but always keeping the same intensity in the expression and style. The continuity in music is something that can be sustained even when a fragmented structure is involved. Interludi Continui approaches a fluid sonority intercepted by percussive figures.
concerts with this piece:
1999, 26 May, Mexico City. XXI foro internacional de música nueva Manuel Enríquez. Auditorio Blas Galindo, CNA. Alejandro Lazo [guitar]1999, 9 June, Morelia, Michoacán, México. Conservatorio de las Rosas. Alejandro Lazo [guitar]1999, 31 October, Mexico City. La guitarra hoy. Auditorio Pedro López. INBA. Alejandro Lazo [guitar]1999, 2 November, Arizona, USA. University of Arizona, School of Music and Arts. Alejandro Lazo [guitar]1999, 25 November, Morelia, Michoacán, México. El Colegio de Michoacán. Alejandro Lazo [guitar] 2001, Morelia, Michoacán, Pablo Gómez [guitar]
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