Sheet Music: Score
Longing : for sustaining instruments / Cat Hope.
by Cat Hope (2011)
This work uses a graphic score to examine ideas about glissandi and drone. Each instrument has a part that relates to the others in terms of pitch and time but is also self referential to a central 'pitch line'. The tempo is set within an automated score player that enables the performers to keep together. The composers interest in drone music relates to its textural and maximalist tendencies, the way small details that in other music seem insignificant can seem very large when there is not a lot of change in rhythmic or pitch materials. This piece can be interpreted by any 5 instruments.
Published by: Australian Music Centre — 1 facsimile score (4p. -- A3 (landscape))
Difficulty: Medium — graphic score
Duration: 7 min.
Commissioned by Decibel New Music.
First performance 28 Mar 11. Perth Institute of Performing Arts, Western Australia
Please note, this is a study score for research use. It is reproduced in standard book format with page breaks inserted to facilitate page turns.
For performance, a copy of the continuous (or scroll) format score is available. Please see the "Score [ePDF]" version of the work in the 'Related Products' section below.
The Decibel ScorePlayer, an iPad application that puts the score in motion and coordinates the performance, is required for performance of this work.
Includes performance instructions.
Graphic notation edition
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