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for piano and assistant

Year:  2011   ·  Duration:  7m

Year:  2011
Duration:  7m

Composer:   Simon Eastwood

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Sample Score

Sample: Page 1-2.

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This piece is essentially a study of two elements. First is the resonance of the piano, triggered by pizzicati played by an assistant on the lowest strings. This resonance can then be altered with use of the sustain pedal; lifting the sustain pedal very gradually for example, creates the effect of a crescendo on a single note, this is something which is not normally possible on a piano. The second element is a melodic line on the keyboard. It acts as a foil by creating resonances of its own though a range of decorative figurations and implied harmonies that may or may not be sympathetic to the resonance set up by the pizzicati.

Performance history

05 May 2011: Performed by Aryan Salakhova and Simon Eastwood at the Concert Room, Royal Academy of Music, in London