Spin for violin solo

Research output: Non-textual formComposition

Abstract

The title Spin conjures up thoughts of spinning wheels used in games of chance and contemporary DJ production techniques and these find their way into the piece in the form of the chance process involved in the ordering of the 4 main sections of the piece and in the ‘remixing’ of gestures from classic 20th and 21st century solo violin repertoire. A rigorous interrogation of the all interval tetrachord provides the harmonic foundation of the work.
LanguageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 29 Sep 2015

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21st Century
Interrogation
Violin
Harmonics
Production Technique
Solo
Wheel
Repertoire
Gesture

Keywords

  • solo violin
  • all interval tetrachord

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Spin for violin solo. Lyons, Frank (Author). 2015.

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