Fracture : for piano solo
by Brendan Colbert (2015)
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The handful of piano solos I'd written since (and including) the major revision of Agité III in 2000 were all - to a greater or lesser extent - related, and in 2010 I'd decided that four of them were sufficiently linked to combine quite well as a set, so the original Fracture came into being.
Over following months I became increasingly dissatisfied with this arbitrary construct, and in 2012 my thoughts turned again to the piano with a conviction to create a genuinely unified work. I chose re-fract as the starting point and released the others to make their own way in the world. Later in 2012 Doublethink was completed, followed in 2015 by Shard : thus was Fracture in its present final form eventually (re)born.
All three works can be performed individually, or as part of the larger work.
Duration: 28 min.
Contents note: I. re-fract (2009, 8 mins. 10 secs. approx.) – II. Doublethink (2012, 12 mins. 50 secs. approx. – III. Shard (2015, 6 mins. 40 secs. approx.)
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