- for string quartet
- 06' 00"
- one movement
This single movement work is a combination of the rhythmic techniques of Steve Reich with the harmonic language of Alban Berg, George Perle, et al. I call this new creation, “Pan-tonal phase music.” Originally a three movement piece, even a 1996 revision could not save the last two (which I felt were very weak), so the unrevised first movement is all that remains of what I now believe to be a much better (and shorter) creation.
|10 Mar 1991||
Perfomed by Lisa Wolfe andn Eva Lundell (violin), Miguel Ramos (viola) and Jacqueline Wooley (cello) at the Smith Recital Hall, Music Department, University of Illinois, Urbana, United States of America
|19 Mar 1999||
Performed by Mark Agnor and Carol Kalvonjian (violins), Libby Meyer (viola), and Richard Yeo (cello) at Performed at ‘Stolen Music’, a concert of music by Matthew Davidson, at the Chicago Cultural center, Chicago Dept of Cultural Affairs, Chicago, Illinois, United States
|30 Mar 2007||
Performed by the Solaris String Quartet: Jeff Dyrda and Jeremy Gabert (violins), Marcin Swoboda (viola) and Judith Manger (cello)