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Marcin Banasik-Strength

February 11, 2010

Marcin Banasik-Strength I met Marcin Banasik when he was still a student at York University. ‘Strength’ comes from a st of three pieces  called Three Candlesticks. It is written on a visually arresting graphic score, laid out like a maze. There are limited options as to the paths that the player has to choose through […]

Nefes

February 10, 2010

Peter Sheppard Skaerved-Nefes ‘Breath’ Ensemble Sodio e Asfalto. Mexico City 2004 Memory of ‘opening the composer’s workshop in Mexico City Here is a piece which I wrote for a group of young composers and performers with whom I collaborated in Mexico City in 2004-2005. We had wind players, so worked on the cross over between bowing […]

23: a box of nails, bolts, hinges and screws

February 10, 2010

23: a box of nails, bolts, hinges and screws   This is the beginning of a very personal directory of historic and present extended techniques. None of this is mine, but responds to the colouristic and technical imagination of the composers of all periods with whom I collaborate. Just a couple of pages from the […]

Neil Heyde

February 10, 2010

The road to Banja Luka

February 10, 2010

Marsyas in the Metropolitan Museum

February 10, 2010

Study for Loulan

February 10, 2010

Gerald Welker-Tuscaloosa

February 10, 2010

Family on the beach

February 10, 2010

Composer workshop-Wolverhampton

February 9, 2010