Les Voyages de Gulliver
As its name suggests, the work is inspired by Gulliver’s Travels, a satirical novel written by Jonathan Swift in 1721.
The piece comprises 3 movements. The first won the Audience Prize in the 2009 Loiret Symphony Orchestra composition competition. It was then completed at the instigation of Martial Djébré, conductor of the Orchestre Universitaire de Tours, who at the same time wished to involve his musicians in the process of writing and creating the work.
This work places particular emphasis on pedagogy, “setting to music” the reflections that Célia Triplet has gained from her experience as a teacher. Her work focuses on the child and his or her progress, and brings the audience into close contact with the musician through music.
|32 × 24 × 0,3 cm