Orchestra (2-2-2-2, 4-2-2-1, timpani, 5 percussionists, piano, harp, strings 5-5-4-4-3) Composed by Vladimir Nikolaev Djambazov. Orchestra (10 and more instruments). Score. Composed 2013. Published by Noten Roehr (NR.96023).
Orchestra (2-2-2-2, 4-2-2-1, timpani, 5 percussionists, piano, harp, strings 5-5-4-4-3) Composed by Vladimir Nikolaev Djambazov. Orchestra (10 and more instruments). Set of parts (47 parts). Composed 2013. Published by Noten Roehr (NR.96024).
"...like quietly standsteel of time" (1985): speech-composition
No Contact I-III (1986-1989): tape
Meet and past: marimba & tape
Drum X-tet (1995): percussion & tape
Piano Computrato (1996): piano & tape
Praying (1998): acousmatic
The Secret Life of a French Horn (1999): acousmatic
MiniMicria for 4 (1999): 2 marimbas & 2 pianos
The Secret Life of a Violin (2000): acousmatic
The Secret Life of a Can (2001) 11:14
Born in 1954 in Sevlievo, Bulgaria.
After studying at the Music academy in Sofia he won a DAAD scholarship and
graduated from the Folkwang high
school in Essen - Germany, having studied electronic music composition with
Dirk Reith (ICEM) and horn with
Hermann Baumann. Vladimir composes electroacoustic and acoustic music, music
for theatre and cinema. He
participated in the festivals in Bourges and Vienna, in Essen, Athens,
Sarajevo, Sofia and Belgrade. His music was
presented by the Bulgarian National Radio, WDR, Deutschland Funk, ORF, INA-GRM,
Concertzender Netherland and Radio Ljublyana as well.
The confrontation of the living instrument to the electronic sound is an
important point in his works. So he has
composed "Dialog" for horn & tape" (II. Prize in the International composition
contest in Greenville, USA), "Meet and
past" for marimba & tape, "Drum X-tet" for percussion player & computer and
"Piano Computrato" for piano and tape.
His acousmatic composition "Praying"(1998) has been first performed during
ELEKTROKOMPLEX in Vienna and
since then broadcasted in 6 European countries. The piece "The Secret Life of a
French Horn" (1999) was presented in
many festivals. Another compositions: "No Contact" I-III, "Hello-Goodbye" (tape
music) "...like quietly standsteel of
time" (speech-composition), "MiniMicria for 4" for two marimbas and two pianos
(1999) "The Secret Life of a Violin"
(acousmatic, 2000). Vladimir is member of the Society for New Music in
Bulgaria, since 1998 - member of the
Selection Committee of the festival "Musica Nova -Sofia" and since 2000 -
member of the Executive board and treasurer of the SCMB.
Djambazov is teaching on Virtual Studio Technologies and MIDI in the
Sofia University and in the New Bulgarian University.