The sinister glamour of modernity (after Ross Gibson) : viola with piano
by Cat Hope (2013)
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This piece for piano and viola explores ways of tracing memory. Can the things that happen in a place or time be somehow recoded or remember if there is no 'physical' evidence of them? Using the performers musical ear to identify and trace each others pitch and dynamic choices, this work uses the concept of the sustained note as a possible memory etch.
Instrumentation: Viola, piano.To perform this piece, you will need the score file, and the Decibel Score Player for ipad.
Duration: 8 min.
Dedication note: Dedicated to Dawn Bennett
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