13 violas, oh dear !
|Title||13,2 Billion of Light-Years (13,2 Milliards d'Années-Lumière)|
|Premiered by||Vincent Royer and the viola section of the Gürezniches Orchester in Köln Philharmnie, April 20, 2014|
|Instrumentation||13 Viola players (one of them is singled out as "Solo Viola" but all parts are solo actually)|
Commissionned by Vincent Royer, this work has been inspired by the discovery of a galaxy at 13,2 billion of light-years from us. This is very close to the estimated age of the Universe which is around 13,3 billion of light-years. This is both the oldest and the fastest-moving object we have observed so far in the whole Universe, and this is completely fascinating. The work is divided in three sections:
|Performing Rights||Registered at SACEM under reference (COCV) 28 625 467 01|
|52 pages in A3 format (Full Score) and 103 pages in A4 format (Viola parts)|
|Format||PDF files to download (14 PDF files in a single ZIP archive)|