EXAMINING THE SUBTEXT OF M糝IMO DIEGO PUJOL?S TRES ENSAYOS SOBRE UN BOCETO DE KANDINSKY

Abstract

Author(s): Tuncer NDER

Tres Ensayos Sobre Un Boceto De Kandinsky is a striking classical guitar piece, based on a Sketch for Composition IIby Wassily Kandinsky (1866-1944). It was composed by an Argentinian classical guitar player and composer Maximo Diego Pujol (b.1957) in 2006. It has three movements and each of them represents a different stage of the piece’s main idea which emerges fromthecomposer's very first impression of the sketch. This study examines the subtext of Tres Ensayos Sobre Un Boceto De Kandinsky by the composer’s own descriprions and portrayals. In this context, the subject of composing is discussed from a different point of views. Kandinsky’s relation with sound and music was emphized. Detections of the subtextual references between Sketch for Composition II and Tres Ensayos Sobre Un Boceto De Kandinskyare examined and shown through the score.

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