A semblance of a whole : for any three instruments with or without amplification
by Vincent Giles (2015)
Library shelf no. 785/GIL 3 [Not for loan]
A Semblance of a Whole is the third piece in a series of works developed while in residence at the Bio 21 Lab/School of Chemistry at the University of Melbourne. The first two were commissioned by Melbourne Fringe Festival for installation in Auction Rooms, consequently drawing their material from the molecular makeup of coffee and the sound environment there. Together, the three pieces form a single title taken from Lawrence Weiner; Bits & Pieces Put Together To Present A Semblance Of A Whole.
This piece takes its material from the previous two pieces and is for a trio of any three instruments.
Instrumentation: Any three instruments with or without amplification, laptop running Pure Data Extended OR Ableton Live, minimum of three mono-output audio interface, minimum of three independent-feed headphone amplifier (ie. Behringer HA4700), in-ear headphones that allow sound through.
Duration: 12 min.
Difficulty: Advanced — High level of rhythmic detail, almost-constant use of extended technique, and improvisation/intuition.
First performance: by Ochre Trio — 29 Nov 15. Sakharov Hall, St Kilda East, Melbourne
The composer notes the following styles, genres, influences, etc associated with this work:
"Experimental" music, audio score, intuitive music. Influences: Aaron Cassidy
- In the form/style of: Experimental music
Performances of this work
29 Nov 15: Sakharov Hall, St Kilda East, Melbourne. Featuring Ochre Trio.
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