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Fish boast of fishing : electroacoustic

by Peter Knight (2010)

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Performance by Peter Knight, Adam Simmons, Erik Griswold, Vanessa Tomlinson, Frank di Sario, Joe Talia from the CD Fish boast of fishing

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Fish boast of fishing / Peter Knight.

Library shelf no. CD 2241 [Not for loan]

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Score

Fish boast of fishing / Peter Knight.

Library shelf no. 785.59217/KNI 1 [Available for loan]

Work Overview

This piece was created for the players on the recording. It is an idiosyncratic work that blurs the boundries between improvisation and composition

Work Details

Year: 2010

Instrumentation: Trumpet, laptop electronics, contra bass clarinet, prepared piano, percussion, double bass, drum kit

Duration: 14 min.

Difficulty: Advanced — Extended techniques required, cross disciplinary performance (trumpet/laptop), prepared piano

Contents note: Fish Boast of Fishing -- And Men Are Caught By Worms --  Unknowness 1 -- Unknowness 2.

First performance: by Peter Knight, Andrew Brooks, Erik Griswold, Vanessa Tomlinson, Frank di Sario, Joe Talia at Fish Boast of Fishing (Salon - Melbourne Recital Centre) on 9 Jun 2012

The works were inspired by the e e cummings poem, 'love's function is to fabricate unknowness'

Analysis

Resonate article: 2012 Art Music Awards - comments by judging panels by Australian Music Centre

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Performances of this work

9 Jun 2012: at Fish Boast of Fishing (Salon - Melbourne Recital Centre). Featuring Peter Knight, Andrew Brooks, Erik Griswold, Vanessa Tomlinson, Frank di Sario, Joe Talia.

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