Slanting rain (piano music)
by Andrea Breen (2012)
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Slanting Rain is one of a series of improvisations on familiar instruments and objects exploring ways of responding to the environment, image and feeling. Responding to rain, with piano strings and a tuning fork in random ways, took my mind away from rhythmic representations and towards image, memory and embodied experience.
Instrumentation: Studio improvisation using Beale piano strings and a tuning fork (440).
Duration: 4 min.
First performance: 18 May 12. National Broadcast on ABC Radio National
Involves Improvisation and 'extended techniques'
- In the form/style of: Improvisations
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