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McLibel : for alto saxophone, violin, viola and double bass with video or audio playback

by Robert Davidson (2000)

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Performance by Topology from the CD Perpetual motion machine

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Perpetual motion machine


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Perpetual motion machine / Topology.

Library shelf no. CD 1060 [Available for loan]

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Work Details

Year: 2000

Instrumentation: Alto saxophone, violin, viola, double bass, with DVD or CD.

Duration: 12 min.

Difficulty: Advanced — Advanced amateur/professional.

Commission note: Commissioned by Paul Dresher, for the Paul Dresher Ensemble (San Francisco)

First performance: by Topology — 5 Aug 00. Sydney Opera House Studio

Inspired by the the longest trial in British legal history.

The work may be performed as a video or audio performance. McLibel is a live remix of Franny Armstrong's well-known documentary chronicling the longest trial in British legal history.

Performances of this work

5 Aug 00: Sydney Opera House Studio. Featuring Topology.

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