- for chamber ensemble and live electronics
- 06' 53"
- flute, clarinet, piano, violin, cello & electronics
|Score (441k)||pages 1-8||© Jason Post|
A linguistic device, cataphora refers to a playful upending of sentence structure to create tension and build expectation. The work attempts to play with fragmentation and coreference towards tension as stasis.
- Difficulty Note:
- Suitable for contemporary music ensembles
|15 Sep 2012||
Performed by Jeewon Um (flute), Karlo Margetic (clarinet), Matt Oswin (piano), Tabea Squire (violin) Charley Davenport (cello) and Blake Johnston (electronics), conducted by Vincent Hardaker, at the Adam Concert Room, New Zealand School of Music, in Wellington.
|12 Apr 2014||
Performed by Melody Lin (flute), Andrew Uren (clarinet), William Hanfling (violin), Paul Mitchell (cello), Kento Isomura (piano), Jonathan Cruz (electronics), conducted by John Elmsly, and sound diffusion by John Coulter, at the 2014 CANZ Composers Conference at the Music Theatre in the University of Auckland, in Auckland