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Tubby the President : baritone horn with piano

by Michael Kieran Harvey (2018)

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Performance by Michael Kieran Harvey, Simon Reade from the CD PRTZL

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PRTZL / chamber works composed by Michael Kieran Harvey.

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Tubby the President : [eScore] / Michael Kieran Harvey.

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Work Overview

This work is dedicated to the Canadian tuba player Adrian Rumson, who also commissioned it. It is around 5 minutes and is based on the locrian mode. This seemed apt as a cursed scale for the suggested subject matter. The mythological Locrians were punished for the actions of their elected leader Ajax, who raped Cassandra, and generally behaved like a narcissistic imbecile drunk on power. The character of the piece challenges the nature of the instrument, asking it to behave like a much more agile instrument, and to employ various effects to stand out from the harrying piano textures.

Work Details

Year: 2018

Instrumentation: Baritone horn, piano.

First performance: by Simon Reade, Michael Kieran Harvey at Hobart Oration (Hobart Town Hall) on 23 Jul 2018

The composer notes the following styles, genres, influences, etc associated with this work:
Slonimsky

Performances of this work

17 Nov 2018: at Dancing to the Tremors of Time (Museum of Old and New Art (MONA)). Featuring Michael Kieran Harvey, Simon Reade.

23 Jul 2018: at Hobart Oration (Hobart Town Hall). Featuring Simon Reade, Michael Kieran Harvey.

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