Lindgren (1973), a two part invention for a low instrument and tape.
Violoncello, Gaby Schumacher
Electronics, Mesias Maigaushca
The term "voice" is understood here in the sense of a 'polyphonic part' in a polyphonic context. But also as the "inner voice" of a human being.
The composition is a melodrama in which the two voices come in conflict with each other. The voice of the yesterday (tape) and the voice of today (instrument) fight to control the soul of a person. The name of this person is Lindngren, but it could also be Krapp (from Beckett's Krapp's last tape).
There are 3 versions of this composition:
. for cello and tape
. for saxophone (baritone) and tape
. for trombone and tape