Unravelling Graphite : string quartet
by Jakob Bragg (2014)
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Unravelling Graphite is a slowly evolving spectrum of sound. One which is derived from an underlying pitch trajectory that attempts, and often fails, to unify each of the four individual instruments. Composed over quite a long period of time, this work was constantly in a state of editing, re-working, refining, and revisiting. The outcome has been material which is morphed and twisted, quickly collapsing, slowly rebuilt, and ultimately transformed.
Instrumentation: String quartet.
Duration: 10 min.
Commission note: Commissioned by the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University as part of the Silver Harris and Jeff Peck Composition Prize 2014
The composer notes the following submitted styles, genres, influences, etc in relation to this work:
String Quartet, Spectral music, Experimental, Microtonality
Silver Harris and Jeff Peck Composition Prize 2014
Performances of this work
21 Oct 16: featuring Kurilpa String Quartet.
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