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The formula for realising this work:
- take existing quartet (2010)
- delete guitar and cello parts
- rearrange and pare down surviving flute and clarinet parts
- add bass trombone part
- I've been interested in continuous recontextualisation of materials (transformed or unchanged) within single works for some time now; if I rip entire chunks from an existing piece and use them to build something else, to what extent is the resulting work new, and to what extent is it related? - and can this relatedness even be detected? Furthermore, is composing in my usual mode as dependent on such high levels of compositional struggle as I had previously held it to be?
- but primarily: this is the first work written since the arrival of my son about a year ago; time for composition remains limited and rapid solutions must be found
Requested by 175 East
for 175 East and the opening concert of the 30th running of the CANZ Nelson Composers Workshop
03 Jul 2011: music by nz composers, celebrating nz
18 Nov 2011: 175 East