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Compases para preguntas ensimismadas

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  1. a musical composition for viola, strings, wind sextet and percussion by the German composer Hans Werner Henze

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  2. written during 1969-70

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  3. The title is taken from lines by the poet Gaston Salvatore, means literally metres for questions absorbed in self-contemplation

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  4. commissioned by Paul Sacher for the Japanese viola player Hirofumi Fukai, who gave the premiere in Basel on 11 February 1971, and subsequently recorded it under the composer's direction

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  5. The viola part is the monologue-like centre of the work, in a way parallel to Alban Berg's Violin Concerto, which according to some reviewers it appears to directly reference

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