Sinkro Scores is a music publisher specialized in contemporary music by Basque composers of 20th and 21st centuries.

Sinkro Scores was born with the commitment to publish and disseminate the unpublished works of the current Basque composers.

Sinkro Scores publishes the general score and individual parts of the orchestral and chamber works, as well as the electronic part of the mixed works, and indications for live performing. The process of elaboration and layout of the scores is supervised by the composers themselves.

The scores containe an introductory text that helps to place the works in epoch and style. We also offer a technical description, instrument list, number of measures and estimated duration of the work. In this way thethe works are interesting for both the musician and the musicologist.

We also offer the possibility to view and download free samples of the scores and audio samples of them, to be able to decide more clearly if you want to acquire the complete work.

Espacio Sinkro is carried out in its technical aspect by the Sinkro Space team, which since 2005 organizes the Bernaola Festival. With 16 references Sinkro Records has become an important subject in the documentation and dissemination of the contemporary Basque repertoire. The Ensemble Sinkro is a reference group, which premieres and interprets new creation Basque music worldwide.

  • Azul invisible

    The work sets up a dialogue between the many sonorities of the cello and of electronics, a fundamental aim being to explore the articulation options of both elements. The work's musical discourse is structured by the varying lengths of a network of heights and intervallic series. The harmonic fabric is composed of materials both from the cello's own sonority and from electronics, deriving from the application of various resonators.

  • Zatiketa

    In this work, I set out to fragment the entire maximum scope of piano. An enormous scope is offered by the piano, which I use as a starting point as the entirety of the mosaic that represents its fragmentation. The first and purest fragmentation occurs through the division of its scope in octaves, establishing immediately afterwards the major seventh interval, as the unit of fragmentation for the entire work. These units are shrinking and superimposing, giving rise to different but interrelated structures, forming a great set of sounds, allowing us to say that they share the same genetics. The process of narrowing becomes gradually exacerbates, multiplying the process of fragmentation, until the entire area becomes almost fully saturated. The musical discourse is also fragmented into sections that cater to the nature of each structure, while saving a relationship between the patterns that make it possible to identify the set as part of the same family.

  • Urbia

    Urbia represents the idealized place, where one feels especially connected to one´s natural environment, without ceasing to be oneself. The Urbia terrain is a region of outhouses and pastures, surrounded by the Elgea and Aizkorri mountain ranges, the Oltza forest and the San Adrian tunnel that with its ancient causeway connects the lands of Guipuzkoa and Álava, crossing old beech and oak forests, riddled with ancestral dolmens and megaliths, and caves inhabited by goddesses and mythical queens. All of this, the forests, mountains, rocks, and caves, create a magic that makes Urbia a very special place in our land and in our ancestral culture.

  • Danba II

    Danba II offers an auditory path through the acoustic characteristics of various instruments. It sets out a commitment to each instrument, exploring its timbral characteristics and attempting to dispense with traditional hierarchies. A search for affinities between the qualities of each one, both in timbral aspect and spatial behaviour: frequency height, intensity, timbral-harmonic spectrum, duration, directivity and acoustic environment. The materials occur throughout the piece, sometimes time-shifted to manifest a heterogeneous discourse. The electronics allow sound analysis and processing, re-creating each in an outward and inward path where the sonic result of an instrumental gesture in turn causes a new interpretive treatment.