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Monody : for piano and live electronic modulation / Roger Smalley.
by Roger Smalley (1972)
Monody was composed between October 1971 and February 1972. It is the first piece in which the technique of ring-modulation plays a structural, as opposed to colouristic and decorative, role. This is achieved by restricting the piano part to a single monodic line throughout. Thus only one set of addition and difference tones is produced and their frequencies can be exactly predicted. The pianist controls the frequency of the sine-wave generator by means of a small keyboard which he plays with his left hand. In addition, two drums and four triangles are used to reinforce the lowest and highest difference tones.
Published by: Faber Music  — 1 score (10p. -- A3 (portrait))
First performance by Roger Smalley — 4 Mar 72. St. James' Smith Square, London.
Includes performance notes.
This edition produced 1975.
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Digital Audio Album: the in-between / Sideband.
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