Opublikowane: 2019-10-041

Aleatoryzm i forma otwarta w twórczości Edwarda Bogusławskiego



Five Pictures for flute solo) the order of per- formance of individual parts depends entirely on a performer’s imagination and creativity. In

chamber works

In the 70s Edward Bogusawski was interested in the open form and aleatorism. It was con-

nected with his leave for Vienna and studies with Roman Haubenstock-Ramati, the composer

fascinated with the possibilities of new forms, the creator of numerous graphical compositions.

The cooperation resulted in the idea of using an open form in which an incident plays a crucial role

and a performer has influence on a final shape of the work being performed. Aleatorism in works

by Bogusawski, who highly appreciates Witold Lutosawski’s workshop achievements, refers to

rhythm and time courses and also applies to the selection of order of implementation of individual

musical segments. The incident does not, however, apply to sound material that is thoroughly

selected by the creator himself.

The idea of the open form was implemented by Bogusawski in the field of solo and chamber

music. In solo works (for example: Per pianoforte,

(for example: Musica per Ensemble MW2 and Aria for flute, cello and 2 pianos),

apart from changeable form, numerous tones and sonoristic sound phenomena were used, amongst

the others, whispers obtained when blowing a flute and opening an inlet gap at the same time,

glissandos, sharp sounds obtained by pressing a string with a bow, preparation of a piano obtained

by touching strings with metal chain with circular movement.


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STACHURA-BOGUS AWSKA, A. (2019). Aleatoryzm i forma otwarta w twórczości Edwarda Bogusławskiego. Edukacja Muzyczna, 6. Pobrano z https://czasopisma.ujd.edu.pl/index.php/EM/article/view/561

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