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Industrial Fantasia

for piano and percussion ensemble

Year:  2012   ·  Duration:  7m
Instrumentation:  piano, toms, bass drum, cymbal, marimba, snare drum

Year:  2012
Duration:  7m
Instrumentation  piano, toms, bass drum, cym...

Composer:   Briar Prastiti

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Industrial Fantasia is written for percussion ensemble - piano, toms, marimba, cymbal, snare, and bass drum. The piece was originally written on piano and the percussion added later.

The idea behind the piece was to combine a classical style with an industrial rock style. The percussion instruments play more conventional and metrical rhythms - sometimes reminiscent of factory and machine sounds, while the piano anchors the piece with fast propulsive material in a contemporary classical style. The piano weaves in and out of states of contrasting and complimenting the percussion section.

Performance history

15 Sep 2012: Performed by Reuben Jelleyman, Helen O'Rourke, Brendon Rofe, Immanuel Dannenbring, Liam Prince (percussion), Briar Prastiti (piano) at the Adam Concert Room, New Zealand School of Music, in Wellington.

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