A Ringing World : for percussion quartet
by Andrew Byrne (2011)
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A Ringing World takes its title from the continuous web of metal sounds set in motion by vibrators in the opening section, passing to the second, principal part titled 'Toy Tune', where the four components of toy piano, gongs and other light instruments function as independent entities in a slowly rotating sonic mobile, again a shifting topography in which the listener is left free to explore.
Instrumentation: percussion quartet
Duration: 12 min.
Dedication note: Dedicated to Speak Percussion. Dedicated to Eugene and Speak Percussion with gratitude
The composer notes the following styles, genres, influences, etc associated with this work:
post minimalist, experimental, contemporary percussion
- In the form/style of: Post-minimalism
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