From the arguments set out so far, it follows that phenomenology unlocks the philosophical message of the composer, contained and coded in a score.In orchestral works, the final responsibility lies with the conductor through his or her instrument, which is the orchestra. As creating, performing and listening to music has always been a basic need in human beings, the questions that arise when performing and receiving this message are as follows: To what extent is this message decoded and to what extent does it coincide with the intentions of the composer?
When an instrumentalist decides to become an orchestral musician, the first thing that he must do is to reflect seriously upon the complexity of the meaning and purpose of music. He must also take into consideration a further difficulty
I am Florian Popa, professional clarinetist and researcher. My passion is the music, and I have spent all my live loving it. This blog, of general nature, is dedicated to the phenomenological analysis of music practice, and mainly to the orchestral practice, independently of the instrument selected.