Stella Degradation : for bass clarinet, cello, viola, piano and timpani
by Cat Hope (2012)
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This piece is inspired by a sketch Iannis Xenakis made for his piece Terretektorh (1956-66). Whilst there are many sketches for this famous piece, one is a combination of clouds of gentle lines, as well as hard symmetrical ones, grouped out on graph paper. This piece features many of the elements that are part of my ongoing interest in glissandi, drone, noise and an exploration of the concepts around the low frequency range of music.
Instrumentation: Piano, bass clarinet, viola, cello, timpani.
Duration: 7 min.
Dedication note: Dedicated to Soundstream Collective
Commission note: Commissioned by Soundstream Collective.
Further information is at: http://www.cathope.com/stella-degradation-2012.html
A duo version is also available.
To perform this piece you will need the Decibel ScorePlayer, an iPad application that puts the score in motion and coordinates the performance.
Performances of this work
18 May 2013: at Soundstream Collective (Anne & Gordon Samstag Museum of Art).
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