Blues in B-Flat
Blues in B Flat takes its name and subject from a â€™cello solo, composed by Volker Heyn in 1981. In this film, the â€™cellist (Anton Lukoszevieze) is both a musician and a protagonist. In the final section he must introduce a second bow to play on the underside of the strings, a strangely intrusive act. The film opens in a music repair shop and we see the interior of a â€™cello - the space where music resonates.
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