Metal Wood and Skin: the Sound of Rhythm
- Date: Thursday, 8 September 2011, 1pm
- Venue: Newcastle Conservatorium Concert Hall — The University of Newcastle, Cnr Auckland St and Gibson St, Newcastle, NSW Tickets: This is a free event
Back for one more show by popular demand from the original concert on the 24th of June. David Lockeridge Presents ' Metal,Wood and Skin: the Sounds of Rhythm' - a concert featuring the true sounds of neo percussion performance and its unique composition ideas.
This concert features a wide program with the highlight being the Australian premiere of John Psathas's new marimba work, One Study One Summary. From the marimba and vibraphone to the unique sound of the timpani and a selection of junk percussion, this concert will feature sounds and melodies that will fill every aspect of the Harold Lobb concert hall. Come and see this performance and let the music take your mind into the world of Metal, Wood and Skin.
Mourning Dove Sonnet by Christopher Deane
Etudes 1 and 2 from the Douze Etudes by Jacques Delecluse
Highlights from the Album for the Young by Peter Tchaikovsky
Canaries by Elliot Carter
Australian Premiere: One Study One Summary for marimba, tape and junk percussion by John Psathas
Following a preoccupation with larger-scale works, John Psathas has returned to the composition of extended works for smaller instrumental forces. One Study One Summary is a work for solo percussionist and tape as well as taking advantage of junk percussion, something that most percussionists have a collection off. As the title suggests the work is in two movements, and while the work exhibits the busy motoric textures for which Psathas is well known, reflective atmospheric textures predominant throughout.
Featured non-Australian music: John Psathas, Elliot Carter, Jaque Delecluse, Christopher Deane
Further information for this event is available online at the event's website
Featured Australian Works
|Highlights from Album of the Young by Tchaikovsky arr. Lodkeridge|
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