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Hinchinbrook riffs : guitar duet

by Nigel Westlake (2003)

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Performance by Duo 19 from the CD Fluid lines

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Fluid lines / Duo 19.

Library shelf no. CD 2354 [Not for loan]

Hinchinbrook riffs


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Hinchinbrook riffs : guitar & digital delay / Nigel Westlake

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Library shelf no. 787.87/WES 3 [Available for loan]

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Work Overview

The piece consists of a string of "motives" or "riffs" that are digitally copied within the delay & made to repeat 600 milliseconds (about half a second) after they have been performed "live". The performer is required to interlock with the delay signal by adhering to a strict tempo indication (100 beats per minute), creating the riffs to interplay & trip over themselves, causing interesting rhythmic & melodic variants that surge & ebb in wave - like formations.

Work Details

Year: 2003

Instrumentation: 2 guitars


Performances of this work

Unknown date.

31 Aug 2022: at Our Place: A Musical Journey (Abbotsford Convent). Featuring Nathan Gatenby.

31 Jul 2021: at Guitar Society of WA 60th Anniversary Gala Concert (Richard Gill Auditorium, WAAPA).

5 Dec 2014: at Australian Music for One Percussionist (Callaway Music Auditorium). Featuring Louise Devenish.

27 Aug 2014: at ANAM Recital - Kaylie Melville (WA), percussion (Australian National Academy of Music (ANAM)). Featuring Kaylie Melville.

14 May 2014: at Sounding Nishi: Westlake (Nishi Building).

14 May 2013: at Sounding Murdoch (Ainslie Arts Centre). Featuring Matthew Withers.

14 May 2009: at Six String Counterpoint (Richard Gill Auditorium, WAAPA).

2009: USA

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