In Dialogue we are interested in creating a fuller picture of reality rather than breaking it down into fragments or parts, as happens in discussion. We do not try to convince others of our points of view. There is no emphasis on winning, but rather on learning, collaboration and the synthesis of points of view.
The idea of this piece is to employ a synthesis between piano and CD. A major role of both medias is to blend musically as well as instrumentally as best as possible. Relatively sudden musical changes in the piece influence a constant modification that suggests another important aspect of Dialogue — open endedness. The result is often a deeper level of understanding and new insight.
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Berg, Bergeron, Camel, Centeno, Elezovic, Grippe, Koenig, Tentori, Wyness21 tracks