Reflections on Patterns of Light : string trio
by David Hush (2019)
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The genesis of the piece was observing patterns of light on the ocean's surface at Bondi Beach.
Rather than attempt to portray these patterns literally, the piece offers philosophical reflections on the ways in which patterns of light affect our perception of movement in the water.
Fourths and fifths play a prominent role in the harmonies in all three movements.
Instrumentation: Violin, viola, cello.
Duration: 6 min.
Contents note: In three movements.
First performance: by Three Piece Suite — 8 Sep 19. St John's Church, Moruya, NSW
Performances of this work
3 Nov 19: St Andrew's Church, Braidwood NSW. Featuring Three Piece Suite.
29 Sep 19: The Flute Tree, Leichardt NSW. Featuring Three Piece Suite.
15 Sep 19: Blackheath Presbyterian Church, NSW. Featuring Three Piece Suite.
8 Sep 19: St John's Church, Moruya, NSW. Featuring Three Piece Suite.
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