De natura sonoris On the nature of sound is the title of three works by the Polish composer Krzysztof Penderecki. De natura sonoris No. The title was inspired by Lucretius 's De rerum natura On the nature of things. As the title suggests, it is a vigorous exploration of wildly divergent orchestral effects and dynamics.
Penderecki again took up the theme of vividly contrasting orchestral colouration, including unusual percussive effects: an iron bar is struck by implements such as a hammer and a saw. It was premiered on 3 December at Juilliard under the conductor Jorge Mester.
Both pieces are approximately eight minutes in length each, with De Natura Sonoris No. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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