Post Tagged with: "Array Ensemble"

  • Window by James Lowrie – YCW 2018

    Window by James Lowrie – YCW 2018

    Started in 1987, Arraymusic’s Young Composers Workshop is one of the oldest programs of its kind in Canada. It is singular in what it offers: Led by Array’s Artistic Director/Workshop Leader…

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  • Riot by Stephanie Orlando – YCW 2018

    Riot by Stephanie Orlando – YCW 2018

    Started in 1987, Arraymusic’s Young Composers Workshop is one of the oldest programs of its kind in Canada. It is singular in what it offers: Led by Array’s Artistic Director/Workshop Leader…

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  • Denge by Christopher Willis – YCW 2018

    Denge by Christopher Willis – YCW 2018

    Started in 1987, Arraymusic’s Young Composers Workshop is one of the oldest programs of its kind in Canada. It is singular in what it offers: Led by Array’s Artistic Director/Workshop Leader…

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  • Bus Music by Arie Van de Ven – YCW 2018

    Bus Music by Arie Van de Ven – YCW 2018

    Started in 1987, Arraymusic’s Young Composers Workshop is one of the oldest programs of its kind in Canada. It is singular in what it offers: Led by Array’s Artistic Director/Workshop Leader…

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  • three gold roses by rebecca bruton

    three gold roses by rebecca bruton

    The score for Boundary Music consists of the following two sentences:
    Make the faintest possible sound to a boundary condition whether the sound is given birth to as a sound or not.
    At the performance, instruments, human bodies, electronic apparatus or anything else may be used.

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  • Boundary Music

    Boundary Music

    The score for Boundary Music consists of the following two sentences:
    Make the faintest possible sound to a boundary condition whether the sound is given birth to as a sound or not.
    At the performance, instruments, human bodies, electronic apparatus or anything else may be used.

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  • How Many Times

    How Many Times

    The form of How Many Times is inspired by loop music. A three-minute melody is repeated five times, every time it’s repeated an additional melody is added. In this way the music gets busier as the piece progresses. The pitches and durations of the loop do

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  • It’s Always 3:07

    It’s Always 3:07

    The title of It’s Always 3:07 comes from a broken clock in the courthouse watchtower close to where I live in St. John’s Newfoundland. The titles of the movements are taken from the names of streets, lakes and ponds in and around

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  • On and Off 2 by Joanna Bailie

    On and Off 2 by Joanna Bailie

    From the Arraymusic Concert Formless Colleen Cook, CD/radio player Richard […]

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