Glass Ephemera (2020)
Alternative TitleGlass Ephemera [score]
Glass Ephemera is scored for piano and live interactive electronic sounds. The work explores the connection between sonic resonance and memory. The musical material is derived from a physical object made of glass, which for the composer carries with it its own history and personal associations. The spectral properties of the object when percussed are mapped to musical pitches and various electronic sounds. The electronic textures function as symbolic echoes or reverberations of the musical material produced by the piano.
CitationDe Lautour R (2020). Glass Ephemera. Piano and live electronic processing..
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ANZSRC Fields of Research19 - Studies in the Creative Arts and Writing::1904 - Performing Arts and Creative Writing::190406 - Music Composition
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