A hire-wire act : for piano trio
by Nirmali Fenn (2014)
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The piano is a resonance chamber.
Once a note on a piano has been sounded, its presence can float
in space as resonance. In this piece, resonance acts as a
weightless element that hovers above the strings and the string
instruments, suspending sound. It acts like a web that binds one
living sound to another for a moment, and then unravels, and then
is stretched again between more moving points as it draws new
patterns that create further sets of connections.
Instrumentation: Piano, violin, cello.
Duration: 9 min.
Previously titled: Moving without pressure, over the dead leaves
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