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Go Seigen vs. Fujisawa Kuranosuke (septets: piano, percussion, guitar, 2 violins, viola, cello)

by Chris Perren (2015)

Go Seigen vs. Fujisawa Kuranosuke


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Go Seigen vs. Fujisawa Kuranosuke / Chris Perren.

Library shelf no. 785.3817/PER 1 [Available for loan]

Work Overview

Go Seigen vs. Fujisawa Kuranosuke is a 30 minute work based on patterns from a 1953 championship game of go, the ancient Japanese board game.

The recording is released on London's Bigo and Twigetti label.

Work Details

Year: 2015

Instrumentation: Percussion (drum kit, glockenspiel), piano (w/wire brush), 2 violins (w/soft guitar picks), viola, cello, guitar (with cello bow and bass guitar).

Duration: 30 min.

Difficulty: Advanced

Contents note: Includes: Prelude, I, II, III, Postlude.

First performance: by Nonsemble — 22 Mar 14. Dots and Loops concert, SYC Studios, East Brisbane

The composer notes the following styles, genres, subjects etc associated with this work:
minimalism, postminimalism, post-rock, math-rock, totalism, chamber music


Performances of this work

7 Nov 2014: at Nonsemble: Screen Stories (The New Globe Theatre, Cinema Room). Featuring Nonsemble.

22 Mar 14: Dots and Loops concert, SYC Studios, East Brisbane. Featuring Nonsemble.

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