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Work

RPM

by Matthew Hindson (1996)

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Performance by Sydney Symphony, Colin Piper

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RPM : for orchestra / Matthew Hindson.

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Four orchestral works : Homage to Metallica, RPM, Rave-elation, Boom-box / Matthew Hindson.

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Four orchestral works : Homage to Metallica, RPM, Rave-elation, Speed / Matthew Hindson.

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Education K-Year 8 / Sydney Symphony Orchestra.

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Standard Australian orchestral repertoire.

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Work Overview

RPM stands for Revolutions per Minute. This piece seeks to capture the feeling of unrelenting speed, acceleration and momentum. The composer was influenced by heavy metal music, and describes the overall effect as similar to that of driving in a car at a very high speed.

Work Details

Year: 1996

Duration: 4 min.

Analysis

Program note: Matthew Hindson's "RPM"
by Matthew Hindson
Source: the score of this work

Resonate article: New education resource from the AMC: Classroom Arrangements by Philip Cooney by Australian Music Centre

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Performances of this work

1998: Grafton NSW

26 May 97: Eugene Goossens Hall, Sydney.. Featuring Sydney Symphony Sinfonia, Richard Gill.

Jan 97: Eugene Goossens Hall, ABC, Sydney. Featuring Sydney Symphony, Colin Piper.

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