Technologic 145 : for chamber orchestra
by Matthew Hindson (1998, this version: 2015)
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Technologic 145 is a work in three movements. The first is a slow-moving, grinding introduction, which features a didjeridu-like cello solo. The second movement is an energetic and vibrant work featuring virtuosic and rhythmic playing from most members of the ensemble. The final movement acts a slower, more contemplative summary. As the title suggests, technologic 145 is influenced by aspects of techno music, particularly its repetitive structures and driving rhythms. The work was a finalist in the 1998 ABC Young Composer of the Year competition. Matthew Hindson
Year: 1998, this version: 2015
Instrumentation: Flute (doubling piccolo and claves), oboe (doubling guiro), clarinet in Bb (doubling chicken shaker), bassoon (doubling contrabassoon), horn in F (doubling vibraslap), trumpet in C, trombone, harp, strings.
Duration: 13 min.
Commission note: This version made for the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra and Benjamin Northey
This piece is arranged from 'Techno logic : for string quartet'.
Article: The next wave / by John Crawford.
- Influenced by: Popular music
Performances of this work
13 Oct 11: Michigan State University USA. Featuring Musique 21 Orchestra.
14 May 98: Perth. Featuring WASO Twentieth Century Music Ensemble.
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