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Empathy III by Korucu

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Composer: Semih Korucu

Instrumentation: Piano and Viola

Era: 21st Century

Description: These four pieces are stories.They embody the images of a story, imitating, emulating the mind and soul of a child. Without swanking, boasting or trying to show-off, just as naive as child. They exist between fantasy and reality and each of them offers a simple plainness in a poetic way. They were all conceived as lullabies. My intention is to point out through this music some special abilities possessed by children. Such as the sbility of putting one’s self in someone else's shoes. I would like to show that children are absolutely great at it and much more talented than grown ups.åäÌÝåÂAnd I ask: How and where did we lose this ability? Did we leave it intentionally?åäÌÝåÂNext I asked myself, do we have any idea about what can be missed or lost without this ability ? Have we ever thought about it? 

Composer: Semih Korucu

Type of Work: Chamber Music

Type of Ensemble: Duo

Nationality: Turkish

University or Organization: Mersin University

Parts: Score and Parts

Publisher: SECONDAPRATTICA.ORG

About Composer/Arranger

Semih KorucuKorucu, Semih (b. November 11, 1965, Ankara). Turkish composer of mostly chamber, vocal and piano works that have been performed in Asia, Europe, South America and North America.

Mr. Korucu studied folk music with Ertuğrul Bayraktar in Ankara in 1984–85 and contemporary music with Ertuğrul Oğuz Fırat in Ankara in 1986–87. He studied analysis, composition and music theory with Cengiz Tanç and counterpoint with Bülent Tarcan at the Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University /Conservatory in İstanbul from 1987–95, where he had post-graduate studies in analysis and composition with İlhan Usmanbaş from 1995–97.

He has a book on music philosophy and aesthetic(2013), in his book he represents his ideas about form and substance in music through quotations by remarkable philosophers who have significant words on music and aesthetic such as Platon, Kant,Hegel, Allen Badiou, Heidegger, Benjamin and Derrida … His interests in literature and philosophy can be traced in all of his works. For example, Non-existing Knight is based on İtalo Clavino's trilogy or Haiku's which he writes the set of poetry in haiku form. He also finds delightful to use variety of resouces like traditional music in his musical approach. He also has a set of traditional turkish music works for different instrumental combinations and voice.

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