Piece for accordion and phonograph : for solo accordion & gramophone
by Caroline Wilkins (1988, this version: 1986)
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One of my main concerns is with the play of time, a dialogue between present and past. It is possible for music to travel through time quite freely, by sliding through different contexts and juxtaposing different influences next to each other. To look at what has gone before and see these origins in relation to the present is to observe tradition from a new perspective by removing it from its usual context.
Year: 1988, this version: 1986
Instrumentation: Piano accordion, gramophone (taped or live).
Duration: 9 min.
Difficulty: Advanced — Long phrasing
First performance: by Caroline Wilkins — 1989. Gallery Kippenhauer. Cologne
The composer cites the following influence on this work: Musique concrete
Performances of this work
7 Nov 09: CityKirche, Moenchengladbach, Germany.. Featuring Mark Knoop.
1989: Gallery Kippenhauer. Cologne. Featuring Caroline Wilkins.
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