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Underground (quartet) : percussion duo

by David Young (2007)

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Work Overview

Underground is a musical performance unlike any other. Four percussionists perform with sculptural miniature percussionist instruments on tables. Audiences of eight are seated at the tables, close enough to reach out and touch the performance. This strangely familiar setting invites the audience to listen to subtle and intricate sounds in a completely different way.

Underground combines the intimacy of a small concert with the beauty and intrigue of Rosemary Joy's hand-crafted miniature percussion instrument sculptures and music by composer David Young.

Work Details

Year: 2007

Instrumentation: 2 Percussionists

Duration: 25 min.

Commission note: Commissioned by Aphids (Musical group).

First performance: by Matthias Schack-Arnott, Eugene Ughetti — May 07.

For miniature percussion instruments, constructed by Rosemary Joy.

Created as part of an Aphids' residency at a disused clay mine in western Victoria.

Performances of this work

15 Jun 07: Underground at Filmhuis Den Haag, Netherlands. Featuring Claire Edwardes, Marcel Andriessen, Fedor Teunisse, Diego Espinosa.

May 07: featuring Matthias Schack-Arnott, Eugene Ughetti.

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