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Composer: Valentin Kervadec

Instrument: Marimba (5.0 Octave)

Level: Advanced

Published: 2023

Price: €16.00

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  • Description +
    • In the realm of human existence, the concept of eternity has transcended time and space, captivating the imagination of generations throughout history. A fascinating enigma that defies quantification, eternity embodies an infinite expanse, an everlasting continuum that stretches beyond the boundaries of our comprehension.

      This piece resonate like echoes of a vibration pulsating like the eternal heartbeat of the universe, beckoning us to delve into its mystery and find solace in the infinitude of the cosmos.

      While we may be confined to the finite boundaries of our mortal coil, the concept of eternity remains an eternal muse, to contemplate the vastness of time, the fleeting nature of mortal existence, and the eternal threads that bind us all.

  • Instrumentation +
    • Marimba (5.0 Octave)

  • About the composer +
    • A multi-talented musician, Valentin Kervadec has been studying at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse de Paris in Gilles Durot's percussion class since 2020.

      Naturally interested in the plurality of instruments, he has developed a passion for composition since he was very young.

      His repertoire includes dozens of pieces ranging from string quartets to brass bands, with an important place dedicated to piano and percussion, instruments for which he has a particular interest.

      Nourished by a variety of artistic worlds that enhance a true creativity, his writing is determined by an inspiration for jazz, electronic and minimalist music.

      Always faithful to his core training as a classical musician, Valentin is also invited to play with formations such as the Orchestre National de l'Opéra de Paris or the Orchestre National de France.

  • Credits +
    • Front Cover graphics and layout: Nicola Lee
      Photo: Ewen Kervadec
      Printed in Copenhagen, Denmark
      Copyright © Edition SVITZER

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