"In my piece „caché“ for women’s choir I deal with two opposing materials: 1. sibilants in different colorful gradations (inspired by a blackcock-birdcaller), 2. lines and chords developing from a major second. The major second forms a common thread that runs throughout the piece.
Several parts of the piece demand a certain amount of particular personal (engagement and) responsibility of the singers. I was interested in the energy that can rise out of a mass of voices. Therefore a central element within this piece is an abrupt breaking off.
Compared to the first, the second part is much quieter. In this case I was searching for a kind of fragility that is only possible to achieve with female voice(s) and is multiplied by the use of a whole choir."
Katharina Roth (2017): Katharina Roth, abgerufen am 15.4.2021 [https://composers.rs/en/?page_id=2737]
2014 - Musikhochschule Lübeck (Deutschland)
Mitwirkende: Studierende der Musikhochschule Lübeck, Marion Krall (Leitung)
05.10.2017 - Belgrad (Serbien)
Veranstaltung: 26th International Review of Composers
Mitwirkende: Collegium musicum, Frauenchor der Musikhochschule Belgrad, Dragana Jovanovic (Dirigentin)