Odriozola, Ricardo


Odriozola, Ricardo

Post-scriptum (in memoriam Edvard Hagerup Bull) for clarinet, two violins, viola and cello (score and parts / first print)


Ricardo Odriozola -Post-scriptum (2013)

(b. Bilbao, September 28, 1965)

(in memoriam Edvard Hagerup Bull)

1st performance: 30. September 2013, Tønsberg Cathedral Roger Vigulf – clarinet; Ricardo Odriozola, Magnar Heimdal – violins;

Ingvild Spilling – viola; Tove Erikstad – cello Written with support from The Norwegian Culture Council

(Norsk Kulturråd)

RICARDO ODRIOZOLA started studying the violin at the age of 9 and graduated from the Bilbao conservatoire in 1982. He then spent a year as exchange student in Arlington (near Boston) finishing his high school and serving as concertmaster of the Greater Boston Youth Symphony orchestra. In 1987 he obtained a bachelor degree in performance from the Eastman School of Music in Rochester (NY). That same year he moved to Bergen (Norway) and began teaching at the Bergen Music Conservatoire (now Grieg Academy), where he is now associate professor of violin and chamber music.

Ricardo Odriozola began writing music at the age of 10. The earliest composition he recognizes (a piano sextet) dates from 1984. Since then he has written more than 40 works (chamber music, solo, songs and orchestral music) and arranged a great deal of music by other composers. Several of his works appear on CD. In January 2015 he released his first CD dedicated exclusively to his music: “Views from my Horse”


Although he has never taken lessons in composition, Ricardo Odriozola has received guidance and inspiration from many prominent composers, particularly from Western Norway, and has built his craft by reading thousands of scores and listening to concerts and recordings. Ricardo Odriozola’s music is, however, primarily informed by his wide experience as a performer. He always strives to produce scores that are performer- friendly and music that can communicate directly with the listener without the aid of intellectual filters. …


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Score No.


Special Edition

Amethyst Edition



225 x 320 mm


Set Score & Parts


First print



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