Analysis of All in Twilight I Composed by Toru Takemitsu
This article was written to analyze a piece named All in Twilight I which originally come from All in Twilight – four pieces for Guitar composed by Toru Takemitsu who considered as one of the finest Japanese composers. All in Twilight was commissioned by Julian Bream and is dedicated to him. By looking at form, harmony, technique, and ideas of the composition that have shown perfectly in the piece and more importantly his conceptual idea that much different than other westerner composers which makes him even more outstanding Japanese composer. As mention to his unique ability above, there will be no doubt why All in Twilight became one of the most important, influent and one of the most difficult compositions for classical guitar right after the first performance on October 9, 1988 in New York. This article was written to publish how important and valuable the composition of Toru Takemitsu is.
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