Summula: Get Wisdom and Love (The Book of Proverbs)
For Solo (instrumental or vocal part)
Uploaded on Sep 13, 2018
This proverb will be the conclusion and must be sung before the Epilog of the Proverbs cycle. In between the Prolog and the Conclusion it is free to choose what Proverbs to sing and in what order. These single pieces will be added the one after another.
The tubes of the vibraphone have not to be hit with a stick, but be played with a bow.
The Orff alt Glockenspiel (or just a triangel) is quite essential in this piece, since it provides a kind of aureole in sound. I hope this epilog will function like a balm for the ear after the short, eruptive, carving sometimes dramatic miniatures.
This proverb also could be sung without accompaniment, like all the other pieces in this cycle.
About the term 'Summula' WIkipedia says: "Summa and its diminutive summula (plural summae and summulae, respectively) was a generic category of text popularized in the thirteenth century Europe. In its most simplest sense, they might be considered texts that 'sum up' knowledge [...]"
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